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Face Value

“Face Value” Explores How Beauty Shapes Lives

Aug 1, 2016 | Format: Video | Contributor: Doris Booth

FACE VALUE: The Hidden Ways Beauty Shapes Women’s Lives, Autumn Whitefield-Madrano, Simon & Schuster – A self-proclaimed beauty obsessive, author Autumn Whitefield-Madrano spent more than a decade working at women’s magazines, where she witnessed firsthand the crafting of mainstream messages about beauty Read more »

In a Dark, Dark Wood by Ruth Ware

Ruth Ware Makes Her Debut: In a Dark, Dark Wood

Aug 1, 2015 | Format: Video | Contributor: Courtesy of Simon & Schuster

In a Dark, Dark Wood, Ruth Ware, Gallery/Scout Press — What should be a cozy and fun-filled weekend deep in the English countryside takes a sinister turn in this suspenseful, compulsive, and darkly twisted psychological thriller Read more »

Green on Blue by Elliot Ackerman

Green on Blue, a War Within Human Hearts

Feb 27, 2015 | Format: Video | Contributor: Doris Booth

  Green On Blue Elliot Ackerman Scribner 2/17/2015 ISBN: 978-1-47677855-6   Elliot Ackerman Photo Courtesy Peter van Agtmael The complexities and irrationality of the Iraq-Afghan wars  bleed onto the pages of the debut novel, GREEN ON BLUE, by Elliot Ackerman. Told through the eyes of a young Afghan orphan-turned-soldier, the book portrays the complexities of Read more »

Songs of Willow Frost

Jamie Ford’s Songs of Willow Frost Explores Forgiveness

Oct 1, 2013 | Format: Video | Contributor: Doris Booth

Songs of Willow Frost Jamie Ford Random House 9/10/2013 ISBN: 978-0-34552202-3 An Authorlink VIDEO interview with New York Times Bestselling Author Jamie Ford Jamie Ford Photo by Laurence Kim More than a million readers have fallen in love with Jamie Ford’s New York Times bestselling debut novel Hotel on the Corner of Bitter and Sweet (2009)—“a wartime-era Chinese-Japanese Read more »

Blind Man and Dog escape Ground Zero – Michael Hingson’s Story

Feb 27, 2013 | Format: Video | Contributor: Doris Booth

Making its debut on the New York Times best-seller list in its first week of release, Thunder Dog, by Michael Hingson continues to be a top seller in both print and e-book. Blind since birth, Hingson is inspiring thousands, giving readers a transformative look into the life and boundless capabilities of the blind Read more »

Gary and Susan Malone ask What’s Wrong With My Family?

Jan 15, 2013 | Format: Video | Contributor: Doris Booth

Family. We all have one. And with all the gifts they bring, along comes at least a few lumps of coal—from some friction to downright anger and dysfunction. What’s a healthy family anyway? What’s a toxic one? Where is the middle ground? And how do you navigate family relationships to negotiate conflict resolution Read more »

Lynn Shepherd Discusses Her New Novel, The Solitary House

Sep 25, 2012 | Format: Video | Contributor: Doris Booth

Lynn Shepherd’s first acclaimed novel of historical suspense, Murder at Mansfield Park, brilliantly reimagined the time of Jane Austen. Now, in this spellbinding new triumph, she introduces an unforgettable duo of detectives into the gaslit world of Dickens Read more »

Will Allison Explores Father’s Moral Responsibilities In Long Road Home

Jun 27, 2011 | Format: Video | Contributor: Doris Booth

In his riveting new novel, Will Allison, critically acclaimed author of What You Have Left, crafts an emotional and psychological drama that explores the moral ambiguities of personal responsibility as it chronicles a father’s attempt to explain himself to his daughter—even though he knows that in doing so, he risks losing her Read more »

Nicole Krauss Explores Emotional Meaning of Inheriting Something

Oct 27, 2010 | Format: Video | Contributor: Jeffrey Brown

n her new novel, “Great House,” Author Nicole Krauss writes about a looming and inspirational antique desk, passed through different hands over generations and connecting her four narrators. From a poet in Chile to a New York novelist, these characters, like those in Krauss’ last novel, “The History of Love,” tell the story of what it means to inherit something both physical and emotional Read more »