The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald was published in 1925 and failed to make the impact that the author had hoped for.
Long before American Gods became a successful television series on the Starz cable network, it was a 2001 fantasy novel by Neil Gaiman.
Myra McIlvain brings the world of Texas in the late 19th century to life with the heart wrenching story of Al Waters’ lost love, and his struggles to deal with his biracial son's choices.
The Farther Adventures of Robinson Crusoe by Daniel Defoe
There can be no denying the popularity of crime thrillers and books about serial killers continue to captivate readers. One of the books that caused waves in recent years is The Butterfly Garden by Dot Hutchison.
In Fulfillment, author ICA tells the story of his own reintroduction to God and takes readers on a spiritual journey that will leave them breathless. His book covers the pathway to life’s plan, manifestations, money, understanding truth, and so much more.
From Hercule Poirot in the Agatha Christie books to the tales of Sherlock Holmes by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle there is certainly no shortage of famous male detectives in classic literature.
Jennifer, a graduate of Lesley College and Harvard Graduate School of Education, is the author of many books for children and young adults including the early-reader series Andy Shane and the Very Bossy Dolores Starbuckle in which shy, reticent Andy joins forces with
In ‘Satan's Gut, Sausage Boats & Ice Kisses: The Adventure Travel Notes of a Nervous Man’ Tony Fosgate takes readers on a wild ride of white-water rafting, arctic exploration, and adrenaline inducing pastimes around the world.
April was a hard month to beat for book lovers, but May certainly didn't disappoint either. Readers were really spoiled for choice this month and there were so many great books in each genre that narrowing them down to just one each was almost impossible.
Pat Dunlap Evans - Suspenseful Ride Through Dallas High Society
FEATURED AUTHOR - Pat Dunlap Evans was born in Michigan but "got to Texas as soon as I could." Her family lived in San Antonio and later Dallas, where she attended South Oak Cliff High School and Southern Methodist University. After marrying and having three children, Pat later completed bachelor's and master's degrees in English / Creative Writing at the University of Missouri branch in Kansas City, where her then-husband quarterbacked the Kansas City Chiefs. After a divorce, Pat stressed her way as a single… Read more