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Forty-eight-year-old Corbett Thomas, a one-hit wonder of the 90s, now works as the lead sommelier at Napa Valley’s hippest restaurant. Set to become one of the few Master Sommeliers in the world, Corbett self-destructs during his final exam, ruining his last chance at capturing the stardom and adoration he got a taste for in his youth.

Can Corbett get out of his own way long enough to be faced with the hardest decision of his life: take the fame and fortune he desperately craves, or save the soul of the valley he loves so much.

Find out in this year’s “Best Book of the Year“, “Indie Author To Watch” and the “2020 Winner Debut Author in Fiction


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Book Tour: Oma and the Prince by Susan Ngozi Nwokedi

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Book: Oma and the Prince Author: Susan Ngozi NwokediGenre: FairytaleFind It: Amazon | B&N | Kobo ADD TO GOODREADS Book Overview Oma and the Prince is a unique African fairytale that follows the journey of Oma, a poor girl with a rare skin disease. Oma was ridiculed not only because of her skin, but because she aimed high. This fairytale encourages its readers to dream big and chase those dreams. It covers social topics such as bullying, self-advocacy, and diversity. Along with following their dreams, readers learn that the beauty that [...]


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David Pelletier, Author of Cold Dresses

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David Pelletier was born in France of an Irish-Catalan mother and a French dad with Canadian roots. Now living in Watford with his British partner, he sometimes sees himself as an “international bastard”.

A keen runner and sewing enthusiast (Yep, he sewed that plaid shirt), he dabbled in various career paths before devoting his energy to his true passion.

Cold Dresses is his debut novel.

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9 Magical Realist Novels by Jewish Women

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It’s no surprise to voracious readers of female-authored fiction that the magical realism genre has flourished by the pens of the fairer sex. Readers with some enthusiasm for the genre may associate it with women of color in particular. For example, there’s Isabel Allende and Laura Esquivel, following in the Latin American tradition of Jorge Luis Borges and Gabriel Garcia Marquez, and Alice Walker and Toni Morrison incorporating folklore into African-American fiction. It isn’t hard to think of Jewish men who weave mysticism and fantasy into their works, either — Isaac Bashevis [...]

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