A New Rose Reads Highlights the Wonderful Novel BILLY CHRISTMAS
On this episode Rose reads from Billy Christmas and tells her story about meeting author Mark Pritchard at an open mic in Oxford.
In this episode of Rose Reads, Rose recalls meeting the author Mark Pritchard at an open mic in Oxford and subsequently publishing his first novel, Billy Christmas. Billy Christmas is an any-age YA book. Parents, teens, adults, everybody love Billy Christmas' humorous and earnest style.
On this special episode of Rose Reads, Rose Solari discusses books from fellow small press, Santa Fe Writer’s Project, run by publisher, Andrew Gifford. Rose reads from two wonderful books, Wendy J. Fox’s If the Ice had Held and eightball by Elizabeth Geoghegan.
James J. Patterson is the reluctant scholar and on this episode of LFTRR he reads the from his essay of the same name. He also reads from books that have passed his “First Page Test” including “Night Train to Lisbon” by Pascal Mercier, “The Great Gatsby” by F. Scott Fitzgerald, “The Muse” by Jessie Burton, “The Tropic of Cancer” by Henry Miller, and “Confessions” by Jean-Jaques Rousseau.
In a new review from TLR (The Literary Review), Karin Falcone Krieger raves about Grace Cavalieri’s “Other Voices, Other Lives.”