• Interview With Andrew Pessin, Author Of Nevergreen

    Interview With Andrew Pessin, Author Of Nevergreen0

    “One part Lucky Jim and three parts One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest, Andrew Pessin’s terrific and terrifying novel may just be the great campus novel of our generation.”—Liel Leibovitz, editor at large, Tablet Magazine. Author Andrew Pessin talks to Book Glow about his new novel, Nevergreen. Describe the book in one sentence. An academic

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  • Interview With Cheng Wang, Author Of From Tea To Coffee

    Interview With Cheng Wang, Author Of From Tea To Coffee1

    From Tea to Coffee is a story of struggle and triumph during China’s modern-day cultural and political drama, and is a rare and personal account that showcases the Chinese national psyche. The author Cheng Wang talks to Book Glow about the memoir. What led you to write From Tea to Coffee? I have experienced more

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  • Interview With David L. Gersh, Author Of The Whisper Of A Distant God

    Interview With David L. Gersh, Author Of The Whisper Of A Distant God0

    The Whisper of a Distant God is about the untold story of the Angel of Santa Fe and the Gettysburg of the West. The author David L. Gersh talks to Book Glow about his new historical fiction novel that takes place during the American Civil War. Describe the book in one sentence. The Whisper of

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  • Interview With Thomas Garlinghouse, Author Of Mind Fields

    Interview With Thomas Garlinghouse, Author Of Mind Fields0

    A mystery novelist. A tormented physicist. A metaphysical adventure. From the Chinese takeover of Tibet in the early 1950s to present-day San Francisco, Big Sur, and Northern California, Mind Fields is a story of adventure, loss, mysticism, and ultimately, the importance of friendship and connection. The author Thomas Garlinghouse talks to Book Glow about the

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  • Interview With Fred Leavitt, Author Of If Ignorance Is Bliss, We Should All Be Ecstatic

    Interview With Fred Leavitt, Author Of If Ignorance Is Bliss, We Should All Be Ecstatic0

    If Ignorance is Bliss, We Should All Be Ecstatic explores the limitations of knowledge and argues that neither reasoning nor direct observation can be trusted. The author Fred Leavitt talks to Book Glow about the book. Describe the book in one sentence. The book uses abstract reasoning plus many real life examples to show that

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  • Interview With David L. Gersh, Author Of Pot Luck

    Interview With David L. Gersh, Author Of Pot Luck0

    Things always seem to go wrong for Jimmy Harris. He stumbles. He bumbles. He’s arrested for murder. He needs to find a way through this maze. The alternatives are unthinkable. The author David L. Gersh talks to Book Glow about his new comic mystery, Pot Luck. Describe the book in one sentence. A bumbling, stumbling

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