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Book Review: Raymond A. Wolf's Gramma Larson Remembers Elvis Presley
January 21, 2015 No Commentby

Book Review: Raymond A. Wolf’s Gramma Larson Remembers Elvis Presley

Elvis is arguably one of the most influential artists of all time. He bridged the gap between the white-dominated country ...

Book Review: Jessica Lee Metcalf's The Last Daughter of Lilith
December 23, 2014 1 commentby

Book Review: Jessica Lee Metcalf’s The Last Daughter of Lilith

The Last Daughter of Lilith is a true coming-of-age story. Katrina seems to be a normal kid living a normal ...

Book Review: Lt. Michael Morse's Rescuing Providence
November 18, 2014 No Commentby

Book Review: Lt. Michael Morse’s Rescuing Providence

Emergency services used to get a bad rap before September 11, 2001. After that day, there wasn’t a firefighter or ...

Book Review: Your Call Is Important To Us
October 6, 2014 No Commentby

Book Review: Your Call Is Important To Us

Earth has been destroyed, so civilization was moved to another planet. The powers that be turn this into a utopian ...

Curling Up with a Good Book will Never go out of Style
September 4, 2014 No Commentby

Curling Up with a Good Book will Never go out of Style

Throughout tough economic times and a rise in new technology, one area of the arts that has especially struggled is ...

Book Review: Richard Galli's Rescuing Jeffrey
August 12, 2014 1 commentby

Book Review: Richard Galli’s Rescuing Jeffrey

Everyone fears family tragedies and no one exactly knows how they will react in the face of one. Most people, ...

Book Review: Exeter Girls
July 15, 2014 No Commentby

Book Review: Exeter Girls

I never knew much about the Ladd School growing up. I don’t even remember hearing about it until the late ...

Books on the Square Supports Community and Local Talent Alike
June 26, 2014 1 commentby

Books on the Square Supports Community and Local Talent Alike

Books on the Square welcomes home local author Hester Kaplan by Melanie Rainone Books on the Square has been a ...

Exposing the New Security State
June 24, 2014 6 commentsby

Exposing the New Security State

In Security Through Absurdity, Book One: Little Yellow Stickies, author Rachael McIntosh presents a fictionalized account of her harrowing experience ...

Book Review: Heather Rigney's Waking the Merrow
June 18, 2014 No Commentby

Book Review: Heather Rigney’s Waking the Merrow

Native Rhode Islander Heather Rigney puts a fantasy twist on Rhode Island in her debut novel Waking the Merrow There ...