Book review: Half-Blood Blues by Esi Edugyan

Posted on Saturday, November 26th, 2011

Esi Edugyan is a renowned Canadian author of Ghanaian descent. Her newest novel Half-Blood Blues was published earlier this year and has found itself on the short lists of many celebrated awards from the Man Booker Prize to the Governor General’s Literary Award for Fiction and it walked away with one of Canada’s leading literary [...]

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How to Write a Novel

Posted on Tuesday, August 2nd, 2011

Have you ever considered becoming a novelist? Write a great story and the money can come flooding in, although it usually takes years of practice! It can be a lonely profession with little guidance offered, so here are a few tips on how to write a novel like the most popular writers in romantic, horror, [...]

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Life Interrupted, an Author’s Journey

Posted on Saturday, July 16th, 2011

Wednesday, June 22, 2011. From Corporate America to Poverty with the Stroke of a PenIt’s not easy being famous, but, then, of course, I wouldn’t know, because I’m not… What I SHOULD say is that it’s not easy being an author, especially if you need to eat on a regular basis.

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Book review: We, The Drowned by Carsten Jensen

Posted on Friday, January 28th, 2011

The author and political commentator Carsten Jensen hails from the Danish town of Marstal, in the South of Funen Archipelago, and it’s the people of this coastal town, and their relationship to the sea, that forms the central thread of the novel.

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Free books friday week 2 – Alice in wonderland by Lewis Caroll

Posted on Friday, January 14th, 2011

In this week’s Free Book Friday, we focus on one of the most influential classic novels in the fantasy genre: Alice in wonderland (or in full: Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland). This 1865 novel, written by English Author Lewis Caroll, is listed in the public domain, which means that the book is freely available to the [...]

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Book review: How to Have Confidence and Power in Dealing with People

Posted on Sunday, January 9th, 2011

If you’ve ever struggled with communicating confidently with others, this book is for you!

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Free books friday!

Posted on Friday, January 7th, 2011

Isn’t friday the perfect day to start reading a book? It absolutely is, especially if it’s a free book! That’s why we want to start a new concept here on Frontlist – Every friday we will introduce you to a website where you can order or download free books online. This can range from free [...]

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Book review: Before the Frost by Henning Mankell

Posted on Sunday, December 12th, 2010

Henning Mankell has been busy lately writing about the recent Swedish election and experimenting with new thriller formulas such as his latest novel, The Man from Beijing.

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Advance review copy: Selected Shorts and Other Methods of Time Travel

Posted on Tuesday, December 7th, 2010

“To Travel in Time”! What does it mean? And how does it feel? We all wonder about it and consider it to be impossible. But is it really impossible to experience it?

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Book review: Broken by Karin Fossum

Posted on Tuesday, November 23rd, 2010

Karin Fossum’s Broken is blessed with weird locations, insightful art knowledge and a fantastic heroin addict personality. On the downside, the main character, Alvar Eide, is a tad dull and the plot is thin.

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