• Posts Tagged ‘review’

    Review — King Biscuit

    by  • February 1, 2013 • Reviews

    Mention of Michael Loyd Gray’s latest young adult novel, King Biscuit, will appear in the February issues of Midwest Review of Book: Children’s Book Watch. “With a drive for stardom, we grow up and learn so much so fast in the process. King Biscuit is a coming of age novel from Michael Loyd Gray...

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    King Biscuit by Michael Loyd Gray

    by  • December 15, 2012 • Reviews, young adult fiction

    This month Michael Loyd Gray’s King Biscuit has the honor of being the highlighted title in the young adult category on Independent Publisher’s website. This title was released by Tempest Books, an imprint of Skywater Publishing, earlier this year. Summary: In King Biscuit, Michael Loyd Gray returns once again to his fictional burg of Argus, Illinois...

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    Review — Mama Joy

    by  • June 15, 2011 • adult poetry, Reviews

    Motherhood does something to you and rearranges your life completely. Mama Joy is a collection of poetry from Eileen Silver-Lillywhite, as she speaks on the transition to womanhood and into motherhood. With a certain honesty of life, Mama Joy is a fine pick for down to earth and thoughtful poetry. “Coda”: Snap roses. Carry/them...

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