What I Just Read: D.S. Marquis' Book Review - Of Dreams and Angels by Jared Morrison
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Charming, unforgettable, comical, yet consequential story about the mystery and potency of love.
What I Just Read: a D.S. Marquis Book Review of The Song of Achilles by Madeline Miller
I read the The Song of Achilles with my book club and it really surprised me. I expected a war story and got so much more.
What I Read: DS Marquis' Book Review of A View from the Window by Erika Crosse
A View from the Window by Erika Crosse is beautifully crafted with a strong protagonist, late 18c historical setting, and tightly knit plot.
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Emerging Author Triathlon: Querying
D.S. Marquis' writes about an agent querying journey. She believes there are readers for every book. She just has to find you.
What I Just Read: A D.S. Marquis Book Review of Ninth House by Liegh Bardugo
The Ninth House by Leigh Bardugo is a wild pitch-dark ride blended wickedly with thrills, horror, crime and fantasy.
What I Just Read: D.S. Marquis' Book Review of Take A Bow by Beatrice Sylvie
The novel, Take a Bow by Beatrice Sylvie is so much more than ballet. It's life in the face of challenge personified.
What I Just Read: A D.S. Marquis Review of Meet Me Tonight by Florian Parent
Meet Me Tonight by Florian Parent is a heartfelt, peaceful, easy joy of a read set in the backdrop of the Covid-19 pandemic in California.
What I Just Read: A D.S. Marquis Book Review of The Crime of Being Woman by Sahar Dadjoo
The authentic voice of this true story drew me into a 10-15 year portrait of the home life of the narrator, Anahita and her family.
What I Just Read: A D.S. Marquis Review of The Whisper Man by Alex North
I read The Whisper Man from cover to cover within twenty four hours. I couldn't put it down.
🍀Play Leprechaun, If You Dare
I used to love to paint and draw and how suitable to share this green mural on a green theme of a day full of leprechaun mischief!
The Summer of '77
Anyhoo, as my old pal used to say, that summer Luanne had her first boyfriend and her first break up. And I had my celebrity crush.
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