LITERARY ENGINEER Another One
So just recently I got another signed book to add to my collection. Okay, I've had it a few months, but I actually just started reading it and am loving it.
This summer I almost got to ... Posted on 12/9/13 at 12:00 AM
EH? PLUS Books by the bag
Whats better than buying books? Buying a bag of em. Better than that? When proceeds from the sale go to a worthy cause.
Gabriels Bookstore, which specializes in used books, is set to hold its $5 per ... Posted on 12/2/13 at 11:00 PM
THE DULLUM FILE Mitch Albom
We'll talk with author Mitch Albom about his new novel The First Phone Call From Heaven this evening on WDAZ News @.... Posted on 11/12/13 at 6:02 AM
UNIVERSITY OF NORTH DAKOTA NEWS UND’s Harris wins national prize for literary translation
Elizabeth Harris, associate professor of creative writing in the University of North Dakota English Department, recently won a national prize for literary translation from the PEN American Center.
Ha... Posted on 8/5/13 at 1:59 PM
OH LOOK, A SHINY THING! Book Review: A Drowned Maiden's Hair
Laura Amy Schlitz has written a fantastic book, though I'm honestly not sure what makes "A Drowned Maiden's Hair" a "young adult" book.
I suppose the story of slightly-bratty, lonely Maud, an impover... Posted on 7/16/13 at 9:00 AM
The writing in this story comes across as experimental. It is difficult to distinguish when Death is telling Liesel’s story, when he is relating direct quotes from characters and when he is sharing his own experiences.
In his iconic book that generated an empire, Robert Kiyosaki, who is now responsible for 15 financial books and seminars, gives readers the financial education he says they probably didn’t receive in school.
Following the success of their first book, Troy Larson and Terry Hinnenkamp recently released “Ghosts of North Dakota, Volume 2.” The book follows the same formatting as the original, using a combination of photos and history to tell the stories of North Dakota’s ghost towns.
June 13, 1968. It’s a date that has both haunted and fascinated Scott Thoma for most of his life. He was 9 when the first recorded EF-5 tornado in Minnesota history tore through his hometown of Tracy, killing nine, injuring 125 and destroying nearly one-fourth of the town’s structures.
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