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Coming Soon to a Book Store Near You - The Boston Girl; Anita Diamant
 Here's my "Coming Soon to a Book Store Near You" pick for today.  What do you think about this novel -- would you try it?  [read more]
Music Review: Mary Lambert "Heart on My Sleeve"
I participated in the Mary Lambert Heart On My Sleeve album review program as a member of One2One Network. I was provided a free album to review but all opinions are my own [read more]
Book Review: The Phantom Coach, edited by Michael Sims
This post modified from a review that originally ran in Shelf Awareness for Readers. Reprinted here with permission. [read more]
The Murders at Astaire Castle Book Blitz – Giveaway!!!
We’re happy to be hosting Lauren Carr and her THE MURDERS AT ASTAIRE CASTLE Book Blitz today! Title: The Murders at Astaire Castle Author: Lauren Carr Publisher: Acorn Book Services Pages: 286 Genre: Mystery Format: Paperback/Kindle Purchase at AMAZON Mac Faraday Meets the Wolf Man! Never tell Mac Faraday not to do something. In The […] [read more]
Book Review - Frank!
Frank! [read more]
Pump Up Your Book Presents A Session Director’s Guide to Commercial Acting in L.A. Book Blitz – Win $25 Amazon Gift Card!
Pump Up Your Book is pleased to bring you Shaan Sharma’s A SESSION DIRECTOR’S GUIDE TO COMMERCIAL ACTING IN L.A. book blitz November 3 – 28! Sign Up HERE Shaan Sharma’s A SESSION DIRECTOR’S GUIDE TO COMMERCIAL ACTING IN L.A. is the commercial acting industry’s most comprehensive book ever written – - giving readers a [...] [read more]
Out of Our Heads
The Mentalist: The Complete Sixth Season – Warner Brothers Entertainment, Inc. ($59.98) “Fasten your seat belts. It’s going to be a bumpy night.” Bette Davis, All About Eve In this case the viewer is prepping for 22 nights – a … Continue reading → [read more]
Review: Don’t Want to Miss a Thing by Jill Mansell
It was unbelievable.  You could actually see it happening.  One minute he was completely and utterly entranced.  Before long, as if the momentousness of the occasion had made its presence felt, the newest addition to the family stirred and opened her eyes. “Her name is Delphi,” said Laura. “Oh my God.”  Dex exhaled slowly.  “Look […] [read more]
Wordless Wednesday – Cattle Drive in Montana
 *Click on photos to enjoy a larger view [read more]
Miss Marjoribanks by Margaret Oliphant
I've been hearing about Miss Marjoribanks off and on for awhile now on other classics-loving book blogs, and when the GoodReads Victorians group announced that it would be a group read this fall, I jumped at the chance to read along. [read more]
You're Gonna Want To See This.... "Morganville Vampires" are Here!
Hello darlings! [read more]
Anthology: Unidentified funny objects 3
Review: The Moonlight Palace by Liz Rosenberg
In the 1920s, Singapore was under British colonial rule and was surprisingly cosmopolitan. It experienced a financial boom between the two world wars, just as the Western world did. It had vibrant communities made up of various different nationalities: Indians, Straits Chinese, and British.  Some of the unrest in neighboring China found its way into the equatorial island country. It is at this time and in this period of relative calm that Liz Rosenberg's short novel, The Moonlight Palace, ... [read more]
Fingersmith Read-A-Long ~ Chapters 11 – 14
Spoiler Alert: This post and any comments left on this post may contain spoilers from Chapters 1 – 14 of Fingersmith. For those who have read ahead of the schedule, please do not include any information about what happens beyond Chapter 14. Let’s get started talking about this week’s reading: This past week did not […] [read more]
Book Club Contest for Mitch Albom’s The First Phone Call from Heaven, Now in Paperback!
Mitch Albom’s #1 New York Times bestseller, The First Phone Call from Heaven, is now available in paperback! Albom’s latest novel is his most thrilling and magical novel yet—a page-turning mystery and a meditation on the power of human connection... [read more]
#WordlessWednesday: She Wears Many Hats
Specifically, a fedora, a bowler, and whatever style the one on top is... ©Copyright 2007-2014 by Florinda Pendley Vasquez/The 3 R's Blog: Reading, 'Riting, and Randomness [read more]
Review: Beware the Wild by Natalie C. Parker
First thanks to Edelweiss and HarperTeen for allowing me to read an e-galley of this.  I have to say I enjoyed another pretty original YA story.  I'm glad to be reading books that are not the same old repeat of a YA dystopia or paranormal romance or vampire story, etc.  It's nice to find something that is so refreshingly new, or at least different. [read more]
eBook Review: Phoenix Chosen
When a spell saves her life by sending her to her mother's homeland, Estyria finds herself in a world she'd believed to exist solely in bedtime stories – a realm where gods walk the earth, magic is real, and political intrigue strikes close and hard. [read more]
Review: The Penguin Book of Witches, edited by Katherine Howe
Paperback: 320 pages Publisher: Penguin Classics (September 30, 2014) ISBN: 9780143106180 Source: Publisher Our country has had a long-lasting obsession with witches, dating back to the infamous Salem witch trials.  The animosity and fear toward witches, however, reaches even further back in time.  The existence of witches appeared several times in the Bible with vague […] [read more]
Review: 2 A.M. at The Cat's Pajamas
Summary: An enchanting and staggeringly original debut novel about one day in the lives of three unforgettable characters [read more]
Waiting on Wednesday (144)
"Waiting on" Wednesday is a weekly meme to discuss upcoming books we can't wait to get our hands on. Waiting on Wednesday is hosted by Jill at Breaking the Spine. [read more]
Nonfiction November: Join Us for a Readalong (or Two)!
One of my big goals for this year’s Nonfiction November — a month-long celebration of great nonfiction I’m co-hosting with Leslie (Regular Rumination), Katie (Doing Dewey) and Rebecca (I’m Lost In Books) — was to find a way for people who are not bloggers to participate. I love the discussion posts, but I think that format can be difficult […] [read more]
The Love Song of Miss Queenie Hennessy - Rachel Joyce
I am often asked - who is your favourite author? Well, it's hard to narrow it down to just one. But, the books that stay with me long after the last page are the ones that move me, that make me laugh, make me cry and make me think. Stories about people. Rachel Joyce writes extraordinary stories. And yes, she is one of my favourite authors. [read more]
Blog Tour - Excerpt - Follow Me Through Darkness (The Boundless Trilogy #1) By: Danielle Ellison + A GIVEAWAY!!!
Title: Follow Me Through Darkness (The Boundless Trilogy #1) Author: Danielle Ellison Publisher: Spencer Hill Press, 368 Pages (October 21st, 2014) Add to: Goodreads Order here: Amazon, Barnes and Noble, The Book Depository, Amazon UK [read more]
Blog Tour & Review: The Tudor Vendetta by C.W. Gortner
Title: The Tudor Vendetta    Author: C.W. Gortner    Series: The Spymaster Chronicles, #3  Published: October 2014, St. Martin's Griffin   Format: Paperback, 304 pages   Source: Publisher via Historical Fiction Virtual Book Tours   [read more]
Switching Time by Richard Baer
I have a big fascination with Multiple Personality Disorder (now called Dissociative Identity Disorder). It started with reading Sidney Sheldon's Tell Me Your Dreams, in which a woman has three alters and since this is Sidney Sheldon, there's a lot of sex and damaged woman issues. Then there was an Indian movie, Anniyan, that tackled this issue. The movie was a success but it was more entertaining and less informative about the illness. I've read that book and watched the movie multiple time ... [read more]
Wondrous Words Wednesday
Wondrous Words Wednesday is a weekly meme where you can share new words that you’ve encountered or spotlight words you love.  Feel free to get creative!   If you want to play along, grab the button, write a post and come back and add your link to Mr. Linky! I found a couple words in […] [read more]
The Gory Legend of Hull House
There was a huge surge of horror movies starting with the slasher classic John Carpenter's Halloween in 1978 and continued throughout the '80s, though the popularity started to wind down towards the'90s. Once of the last classic horror films from that era was 1988's Night of the Demons (originally titled Halloween Party.) The film was directed by Kevin S. Tenney and starred William Gallo, Hal Havins, Amelia Kinkade, Cathy Podewell and Linnea Quigley. The film centered on a group of te ... [read more]
The Art of Productivity & Procrastination
I’m currently in the throes of writing book two, which means I have a daily word count to hit and an endless ability to find ways to procrastinate. Like this past Monday morning, when after refreshing my Twitter and Facebook streams multiple times, counting my split ends by the glow of my laptop screen, baking... Continue reading » [read more]
"Waiting On" Wednesday: My Sunshine Away
"Waiting On" Wednesday is a weekly event, hosted here, that spotlights upcoming releases that we're eagerly anticipating. [read more]
"Choose Your Own Autobiography" by Neil Patrick Harris
Famed child actor, star of two hit television shows, Tony winner, popular award show host, husband, father…Neil Patrick Harris has lived a full life and now you can live that life too.  When NPH writes his autobiography, he doesn’t do it in the regular way.  Instead he writes, Neil Patrick Harris: Choose Your Own Autobiography. [read more]
Wordless Wednesday 312
A Whole Mess of Gourds, 2014 [read more]
Nightmare at 20000 Feet by Richard Matheson: Review
Well, that was disturbing. [read more]
A Truly Brief Follow-Up (AKA This Is Why We Can't Have Nice Things)
As a result of some discussion amongst book bloggers, and in relation to my earlier post from tonight, I did some Googling and found some things I'm not too thrilled with.  Namely a site selling a picture of me and one of the dogs as wallpaper (downloaded over 650 times) and a Prezi filled with images of me and my husband.   [read more]
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review: the barter by siobhan adcock
I went into Siobhan Adcock’s The Barter expecting a chilling ghost story with the mother in the present day trying desperately to protect her baby, but that’s not what this story is at all. Bridget’s primary storyline is pretty ho-hum—a woman who gave up her career to raise her baby feels the conversation of the other moms isn’t stimulating enough. The other storyline, which is set a century earlier, was of more interest as Rebecca finds it difficult to go from doctor’s daughter to farmer’ ... [read more]
Bald New World by Peter Tieryas Liu - 2014- An Amazing Debut Novel by the Award Winning Author of Watering Heaven
"I was eleven when everyone in the world lost their hair." [read more]
Review: The Mysterious Howling by Maryrose Wood
I seriously did not think I could love an audiobook performance more than I love Katherine Kellgren's narration of the Bloody Jack series by L. A. Meyer. And then she narrated The Mysterious Howling. Holy cow. I am in awe of Ms. Kellgren's talent! Old men, teen girls, simpering married women, wolfish children howling at the moon, she went at all of them with gusto and I loved every minute of it! [read more]
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CFBA: Finding Mercy by Michael Landon, Jr. and Cindy Kelley
This week, theChristian Fiction Blog Allianceis introducingFinding MercyDavid C. Cook (October 1, 2014)byMichael Landon Jr. and Cindy Kelley [read more]
TLC Book Tour: 104. How to Build a Girl by Caitlin Moran…
Today’s tour is for a story about a girl who makes all the wrong choices, trying to find herself… About Caitlin Moran: Caitlin Moran was named the Columnist of the Year by the British Press Awards in 2010, and Critic and Interviewer of the Year in 2011 for her work at the Times of London. […] [read more]
Happy Tuesday!
Kiva Repayment Update
We've received a total of $7.33 in repayments on October 17, 2014! Click here to donate yourself That's great, glad to see our money is making such a difference around the world. One more payback and we'd be able to re-loan the balanance to another deserving person.  We still have almost $80 in outstanding loans, […] [read more]
Review: Twelve Years a Slave
Twelve Years a Slave By Solomon Northup (Graymalkin Media, Paperback, 9781631680021, February 2014, 248pp.) The Short of It: A true account of a free black man, kidnapped and forced into slavery. The Rest of It: While in Washington, D.C. on a business trip in the mid-1800’s, Solomon Northup was kidnapped and forced to be a […] [read more]
Review: Bird in Hand by Christina Baker Kline
Bird in Hand by Christina Baker Kline [read more]
The Lost Empress by Steve Robinson
First Line: This would be his first murder, and he hoped it would be his last. [read more]
RIP IX: The Truth Is in the Graveyard
Neil Gaiman kindly obliged me this RIP season by having some nice new books out to enjoy. [read more]
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AL CAPONE DOES MY SHIRTS by Gennifer Choldenko
The October Mother -Daughter book club was Al Capone Does My Shirts, the first in a series of three by Gennifer Choldenko. Al Capone Does My Shirts is set on Alcatraz in the 30s. Moose is a 12 year-old boy who has moved to Alcatraz so that his father can work as a prison guard read more » [read more]
Tuesday Intros: Bodies of Light by Sarah Moss
" 'Elizabeth is in the drawing room,'Mary tells him.'Mamma has been having another little chat.' She skips off, jumping on the red tiles in the hall and avoiding the blue, leaving the front door open. At the other end of the hall, the door into the garden is open, and as he reaches to put his hat on the hatstand a breeze lifts the letters on the tray and the front door slams. He likes that, the way houses breathe, the way things move. The door on his left opens and Elizabeth looks around it. [read more]
Review: The Brewer’s Tale by Karen Brooks
  Title: The Brewer’s Tale Author: Karen Brooks Published: Harlequin MIRA October 2014 Status: Read from October 19 to 21, 2014 — I own a copy   {Courtesy the publisher/netgalley} My Thoughts: When Anneke Sheldrake’s father is lost at sea she is horrified to learn that she and her younger siblings have been left with […] [read more]
Worst Witch Strikes Again by Jill Murphy Review and Series Giveaway
It's summer term at Miss Cackle's Academy for Witches and Mildred Hubble has been allowed to return despite her unfortunate first year there.  Mildred is dreading this summer term, knowing that all sorts of mishaps could happen again, given how prone she is to accidents and messing things up.  And now, she is bound by promises to do better after the terrible report her parents had received from the school. [read more]
James the Just Presents Applications of Torah
James the Just Presents Applications of Torah by Dr. David Friedman with B.D. Friedman [read more]
Blog Tour: The Necromancer Candle by Randy McCharles
Tour Page HERE. [read more]
O'Donnell's New Novella Centers on Beloved Supporting Character
Reviewed by Libby [read more]
The Walking Dead 5x02: Strangers
Great episode, I suspect the show is really on a roll. [read more]
By A Spider's Thread by Laura Lippman
By A Spider's Thread by Laura Lippman Published June 2004 by HarperCollins Publishers Source: I bought my audiobook copy at my local library book sale [read more]
TLC Book Tours TOUR STOPS for October 20th – 24th
Beyond Coincidence by Jacquie Underdown Monday, October 20th:  Books Like Breathing Tuesday, October 20th: Great Minds Read Alike. . . . Gutenberg’s Apprentice by Alix Christie Monday, October 20th: Read Lately . . . . Painting Juliana by Martha Louise Hunter Monday, October 20th: The Road to Here Tuesday, October 21st: 5 Minutes For Books . […] [read more]
October: Respect Life Month
In honor of Respect Life Month, I've been offered the opportunity by Catholic Word  to give away a set of the Lily books, written by Sherry Boas.  These books tell the story of the effect a woman with Downs Syndrome had on her family. [read more]
Review: Land of Dreams by Kate Kerrigan
Land of Dreams by Kate Kerrigan is the third book in the series which features Ellie Hogan who leaves Ireland and starts her life anew in New York. In this installment, Ellie ends up in LA after her oldest son takes off there to pursue a career in acting. While in LA, Ellie, now almost 50, reflects on her life to date and has some important revelations about how she has arrived in this point in life and what matters to her most. [read more]
Waking Up Joy by Tina Ann Forkner
Waking Up Joy by Tina Ann Forkner [read more]
Readathon Opening Meme and Future Update Page
Readathon started at 7:00am CST time this morning, but I had a little puppy who didn't want to come inside - so I got started around 7:30.  My husband picked my book - ZomB by Darren Shan - should've known that would  be the one that he would pick. [read more]
The Mailbox Post October 13th to 18th
Its hard to believe its that time of the week for another mailbox post. The hosts of the mailbox memes are: Tynga’s Reviews is the host of Stacking the Shelves and the other host is Mailbox Monday which now has its own blog. Mailbox Monday will no longer be hosted monthly by different bloggers.   […] [read more]
Top Secret Files of History: Spies, Secret Missions, & Hidden Facts from World War II by Stephanie Bearce
World War II is like an iceberg - the parts of it that we read about in history books or even learn in the classroom are really just the tip of the iceberg.  Below the surface, hidden from sight, are all kinds of secrets, deceptions and subterfuge that helped win the war.  So, what are some of them? [read more]
It's Readathon time!! [read more]
"It's a God Thing Volume 2" by Dan Jacobson and K-Love Radio
Many people feel that miracles are something that are reserved for Biblical times.  But miracles do exist, and they are all around us.  Many of us can point to an instance in our life for which there is no earthly explanation.  Those instances can be called “God things.”  Only the hand and work of God can be responsible for those happenings. [read more]
Well, hi
I hate to break the fourth wall and go all “sorry I haven’t been blogging,” but sorry I haven’t been blogging. Between getting sick last week, battling through general exhaustion and a few grueling projects at work, my head has been all over the place and, quite honestly, I’m just trying to muddle through. That […] [read more]
For Your Must-Read List: Edgy Inspy NA Romance SWAY by Amy Matayo
Click the title below to find SWAY by Amy Matayo at Amazon What it's about (from the author): Falling in love is a beautiful thing. Unless you fall for the wrong person. Finally settled after a tragedy-laden life, 24-year-old Caleb has found security in his faith, his friends, and his career. It's the life he's always wanted — simple, predictable, and safe. Enter Kate Hawkins, the attractive 21-year-old stranger he rescues from a bar fight who has an odd affinity for the color pink and a ... [read more]
FOODFIC: Please Welcome Janice Bashman, Author of Predator
When Bree Sunderland went with her scientist father to Ireland, she thought it would be a vacation to study bog bodies. She never expected to fall in love with a mysterious young Irishman and certainly not to become the kind of monster her father said only existed in nightmares. Everything changes when Dr. Sunderland discoers that lycanthropy is not a superatural curse but rather a gentic mutation. When they return home, Bree's dad contiues his research, but the military wants to turn that r ... [read more]
Review: "What Might Have Been" by Matt Dunn
Sarah, mourning the death of her jazz musician father and finding herself virtually alone in a foreign country, finds herself in a dive bar one night listening to the music played by Evan, a former international superstar currently flying under the radar. Evan and Sarah meet and their chemistry is undeniable. They spend one spectacular night together and then forces align to drive them apart. Evan leaves on a year-long overseas tour with the band The Police, and Sarah finds herself continuin ... [read more]
Remake by Ilima Todd & Giveaway!
Nine is the ninth female born in her batch of ten females and ten males. By design, her life in Freedom Province is without complications or consequences. However, such freedom comes with a price. The Prime Maker is determined to keep that price a secret from the new batches of citizens that are born, nurtured, and raised androgynously. [read more]
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Recent Half Scale Dollhouse Updates
It's been a while since I posted some photos though I have been sharing them on Facebook so friend me there too!  [read more]
October is National Reading Group Month!
Hooray! I know it’s already the 13th, but I still can’t believe October is here! While some of my Italian friends may be celebrating Columbus Day, and others are getting their little kiddles ready for The Great Pumpkin, many of by Bookie buddies are celebrating National Reading Group Month, October 2014! The fabulous folks over […] [read more]
Book Review: The Name of the Wind, by Patrick Rothfuss
Somehow I ended up owning two copies of Patrick Rothfuss’s The Name of the Wind, while knowing little about it beyond it was a fantasy book that receives glowing reviews online. While brainstorming birthday presents for my dad last year (and knowing well his habit of reading good, bad, and terrible fantasy and sci-fi novels), […] [read more]
Dear Bookworms
If you're looking for some guidance in picking your next book to read, perhaps the following reviews will be of assistance. [read more]
The Sunday Salon – October 12
This weekend was supposed to be our apple-picking weekend, but instead I am cozy on the couch trying to recover from a hideous cold. I’ve had other colds this fall, but this is different; this is one of those where … Continue reading → [read more]
Buried Beneath the Words by Betel Arnold
About the book:  [read more]
What’s your favorite genre that other people might not read? I mean, mysteries, romances, real-crime … these are all fairly widespread categories. But real readers don’t usually limit themselves to just the “big” genres … so what’s your favorite little-known type of book? Books on dogs? Knitting books? Stories about the space race? Mathematical theory? […] [read more]
Make Comics Like The Pros by Greg Pak & Fred Van Lente
Make Comics Like The Pros by Greg Pak & Fred Van Lente [read more]
Don't Think
Sometimes, the best thing I do (or don't do) is refrain from over thinking things. That happened this weekend. Which resulted in me riding in a chairlift for the first time. It was so scary and beautiful and thrilling. Have you ever tried it? If I had looked it up beforehand or over thought it, I might have talked myself out of it. I'm so glad I didn't. Now I have to admit, I look forward to doing it again. Has that ever happened to you? Have you ever not thought something through and been h ... [read more]
Extraordinary Rendition by Paul Batista
Extraordinary Rendition Author: Paul Batista Publisher: Astor + Blue Editions LLC ISBN: 9781938231261 Paperback: 380 pages [read more]
Review: The Secret Thoughts of Successful Women
The Secret Thoughts of Successful Women: Why Capable People Suffer from the Impostor Syndrome and How to Thrive in Spite of It by Valerie Young My rating: 5 of 5 stars [read more]
Three Kisses by Heath Daniels
FASCINATING AUTHORS: What excites you most about your book’s topic? Why did you choose it? [read more]
Giveaway! Telekinesis Prize Pack for In the Afterlight by Alex Bracken
IN THE AFTERLIGHT, the third book in Alexandra Bracken's fun series is coming out in one month on October 28th. (I can't wait to read it!!) And to celebrate, I'm offering an awesome prize pack today! [read more]
Sometimes The King is a Woman
Via JWT San Juan, this mini documentary explores boxing greats Oscar De La Hoya and Miguel Cotto talk about what it takes to win the Greatest Fight, and then turn the tables on preconceived notions of "strength." [read more]
Rain, Rain, Go Away
For more wordless photos, [read more]
CFBA Blog Tour : Hidden in the Stars by Robin Caroll
This week, the [read more]
Diversiverse: Men We Reaped
#Diversiverse is hosted by Aarti at Book Lust [read more]
Release Day Blitz: Forsaken by Kristen Day
  Once you’ve been touched by darkness, it never leaves you… Abandoned by her parents as an infant; seventeen year old Hannah spent her childhood wading through countless foster families until being adopted by the Whitmans three years ago. Unfortunately, Atlanta’s high society wasn’t quite ready for Hannah…or the strange events that plague her Chilling […] [read more]
Where does the time go????
Good Intentions- I have many of them and some I actually follow through and complete, while others tend to languish on the back burner. Much to my chagrin, life got really busy once school started back in session and the time that I had available to myself was not spent creating a post for my blog or spent updating my look. I rode my bicycle, went for walks, ran a few miles, read a few chapters, and spent time with my family. [read more]
The Saturday Spotlight with Ted Galdi and Giveaway of Elixir
Welcome to the Saturday Spotlight, a weekly feature that shines the light on Indie and Debut authors. This week Im thrilled to introduce readers to: [read more]
Stereotype Busting in Flight Behavior by Barbara Kingsolver
As someone who is engaged in social justice work and peacemaking through youth ministry, I am probably hyper-aware of how various groups are people are represented in media.  Overall, I find that news outlets, especially the less serious ones, tend to play on the stereotypes people have about the "other" (blacks, Hispanics, gays, the poor) when reporting their stories, or even in choosing which stories to cover.  Television comedies get easy laughs from portraying members of various groups i ... [read more]
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Books that have had the most impact on me
Back in December, when the current meme of Top Ten Most Influential books was going around Facebook for the first time, I made a list but never got around to sharing it. I was just tagged (this time it says … Continue reading → [read more]
An Answer: Cute and Sad
Well there were a number of guesses for this  week’s WIIW. [read more]
Frostbite, 2nd book in the Vampire Academy series, needs funds
I love writing this blog and enjoy supporting vampire art, vampire books, vampire films and everything metaphysical horror entertainment. Meanwhile? One must earn a good living so I'm taking a break from this blog for a road trip opportunity. I will be back ... in about six months. [read more]
Book Review: The House on Mermaid Point by Wendy Wax
My family and I spent a week at the beach in early June. While I was there, I couldn't have picked a better beach read! I first read Wendy Wax when the second book in this series was released. (Click here for my review of Wax's Ocean Beach, which followed a trio of friends as they renovated a mansion in Miami.) [read more]
Unstoppble - S.R. Johannes
Unstoppable - S.R. Johannes (author) [read more]
Summer Fit Learning (Review)
Description from Summer Fit site: Summer Fit workbooks are grade-specific and based on Common Core standards. The activities and exercises are divided into 10 sections to correlate with the traditional 10 weeks of summer vacation. The first seven sections review the … Continue reading → [read more]
Fluffy Books
Popping in with a quick post! I asked my Facebook community for some suggestions for fluffy, non-mentally demanding reading, and oh boy did they come through!  Books, series, and authors in a variety of genres for me to choose from.  (I’m dealing with some health issues– nothing serious, but I’ll be dealing with some intervals […] [read more]
Blog Tour: Secrets & Lies by Jacqueline Green (Review)
Hey guys! Welcome to day one of the Secrets and Lies blog tour hosted by Paper Lantern Lit. So let's hop to it :) [read more]
The Gentleman Bastard series #3 - Locke Lamora in The Republic of Thieves by Scott Lynch
Rating: 3.5/5 One line Summary: Read this one anyway, just don't bother getting the hardback. [read more]
The Storyteller - Jodi Picoult
Title: The Storyteller Author: Jodi Picoult Published: 2013 Pages: 460 First Line: My father trusted me with the details of his death. [read more]
Review: Essentialism: The Disciplined Pursuit of Less
Author:  Greg McKeown [read more]
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