Monthly Archives: February 2015

The Lonely Trip Back By Florrie Fisher

If you’ve ever wondered what life on the needle is like, ask a white, middle-class, middle-aged lady named Florrie Fisher- she’ll tell you more than you’re prepared to know! Florrie Fisher’s The Lonely Trip Back graphically details a case of … Continue reading

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Don’t Hurt Laurie! By Willo Davis Roberts

Laurie’s been keeping a secret for as long as she can remember, a secret that she’s afraid to tell anyone else… Willo Davis Roberts was one of the more prolific writers toiling away in the YA/Middle Reader vineyards of the … Continue reading

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Kisses For Sale By Judith Enderle

She’s giving up boys forever… again! Good old Wildfire, always good for a Valentine’s Day-themed title, right? The Plot:  Actually, this is not up to the imprint’s usual level of competent writing-meets-wacky-cover. In fact, there is so little going on … Continue reading

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A Family Failing By Honor Arundel

Helplessly, Joanna watches her parents tear themselves and each other apart… So, that cover: clearly Our Heroine has a lot going on here, including an entire parasitic family (sad emasculated dad, bitchy liberated mom, shiftless hippie brother) growing out of … Continue reading

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