Author Spotlight: Kristyn Kusek Lewis – Sahar’s Blog

While the kind of drama found in reality shows can be appealing, it leaves me dissatisfied, much like junk food does. And so when books like author Kristyn Kusek Lewis’ Save Me come across my desk, I take the time to savour every page. In this case, I particularly liked the study in the subtlety … Continue reading Author Spotlight: Kristyn Kusek Lewis →

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Ask an Author: Double Feature! Writing and Editing, and when Real Life is Stranger than Fiction – Sahar’s Blog

Double edition of Ask an Author!  We ask our authors about balancing writing and editing AND about a story of when real life was stranger than fiction.

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Author Spotlight: Menna van Praag – Sahar’s Blog

Menna van Praag’s The Dress Shop of Dreams was a great book for me to read and review. I mentioned how I felt that, in a society driven mainly by scientific fact and logical reasoning, it’s nice to believe that perhaps magic does still exist. I was touched by the story this author had weaved, … Continue reading Author Spotlight: Menna van Praag →

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Ask an Author: When a Character Comes to Life and Takes Over – Sahar’s Blog

I must confess that the title of this feature sounds like an episode of The X-Files probably because of my obsession with the show and its recent revival. Regular Sahar’s Blog readers know that although the show has basically taken over my life in recent days, I’m still sticking to my regular posting schedule, including … Continue reading Ask an Author: When a Character Comes to Life and Takes Over →

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