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This week on Shelf Pleasure, see which book we’ve just finished and can’t stop gushing about, and find out our take on two new books.
Review: Opening Belle
Maureen Sherry’s Opening Belle is a novel that centers on the life of that most elusive Wall Street creature…the working Wall Street wife/mom. But more importantly, is it worth reading? Get our take.
Picking Your Battles
Aspiring writers, listen up! Author J.T. Rogers explains how to survive the editing process without getting angry, upset or defensive. Remember, your editors are there to help you publish the best book possible.
Loving Disturbed Characters
Author Diana Y. Paul contemplates why “the bad guys” are often the characters we find most appealing.
Review: The Assistants
Camille Perri’s debut novel, The Assistants, stars an assistant with a scheme to erase her student debt—and quickly snowballs into a plan to alter social inequality at one of the world’s largest media conglomerates. Find out if this is one to add to your TBR pile.
We can’t recommend our latest read, A Gentleman in Moscow by Amor Towles, highly enough. Find out why we think it’s historical fiction at its finest.
Until next week, happy reading!