Monthly Archives: October 2017

Creepy Book for a Creepy Day – Happy Halloween

The story has nothing to do with Halloween, but it is truly a creepy book for a creepy day. Except for a few common grammatical errors, I couldn’t put it down. To read my review of The Marriage Pact, click … Continue reading

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Sea Glass Sunrise – Book 1 of the Brides of Blueberry Cove Series

This book is funny, sad, sexy, romantic, and even has a bit of a mystery, plus characters who will stay with you after you have closed the book. You will want to know what happens next. To read my review, … Continue reading

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Book Signing for New Cookbook

Recently I visited The Kitchen Connection, a treasured local small business to attend a book signing of a new cookbook entitled, The Gild a Lily Cookbook by Marilyn Byer, who lives right here in my community. The recipes sound both elegant and … Continue reading

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Fantastic Debut Novel – The Town of Jasper

This is one of the most gripping, compelling stories I have read in quite a while. Half of the citizens of Jasper, USA fall ill. Those not ill are terrified. Will they catch whatever this is? Why can’t the CDC identify … Continue reading

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National Book Awards Finalists

Today Penguin Random House announced their five finalists in the National Book Awards. I  can’t wait to get my hands on copies of these books.    The five finalists are:   In Fiction: Dark at the Crossing, by Elliot Ackerman, published … Continue reading

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