Book Review: The Lonely Hearts Hotel | Heather O’Neill

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A detailed review by Naomi Frisby of The Lonely Hearts Hotel written by Heather O’Neill, which has been long-listed for the Baileys Prize – warning this review does contain spoilers, and by the sounds of the reactions of the Baileys Prize shadow panel, it’s a Marmite book – you will either love it or hate it.

Read more here and decide what you think: https://thewritesofwoman.wordpress.com/the-lonely-hearts-hotel-heather-oneill

17 Books That Should Be On Your Radar: March 2017

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Every month, the Writer’s Bone crew reviews or previews books they’ve read or want to read. This series may or may not also serve as a confessional for guilty pleasures and hipster novels only the brave would attempt. Here are their recommendations for March 2017:

Via http://www.writersbone.com/book-recommendations/2017/3/5/17-books-that-should-be-on-your-radar-march-2017

16 Books that Should be on your Radar: February 2017

Every month, the Writer’s Bone crew reviews or previews books we’ve read or want to read. This series may or may not also serve as a confessional for guilty pleasures and hipster novels only the brave would attempt. Here are their recommendations for February 2017:

Via http://www.writersbone.com/book-recommendations/2017/2/1/16-books-that-should-be-on-your-radar-february-2017

Early Morning Paperback Writer: 12 Questions With Author Nicholas Mainieri

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Mainieri talked to Daniel Ford recently about his early love of storytelling, how his writing process has evolved, his decision to get an MFA, and what inspired The Infinite

“I’m an early morning writer. The voices of doubt are quietest then.”

http://www.writersbone.com/interviewsarchive/2016/11/29/early-morning-paperback-writer-12-questions-with-author-nicholas-mainieri?platform=hootsuite