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"Year's End" by Jhumpa Lahiri (from The New Yorker, December 24, 2007)
My Posts on Jhumpa Lahiri [read more]
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The Painted Veil – Book Review
His lips moved. He did not look at her. His eyes stared unseeing at the whitewashed wall. She leaned over him so that she might hear. But he spoke quite clearly. “The dog it was that died.” - from The Painted Veil - Kitty Garstin, a spoiled young debutante living in 1920′s England, makes the choice […] [read more]
Pump Up Your Book Presents More Precious Than Rubies Virtual Book Publicity Tour!
Pump Up Your Book is pleased to bring you Randy Coates’ More Precious Than Rubies virtual book publicity tour August 25- September 19!   Title: More Precious Than Rubies Author: Randy Coates Publisher: iUniverse Pages: 174 Genre: Fantasy Format: Ebook Purchase at AMAZON Paul Brager is twelve when his father tells the story of Iduna and her [...] [read more]
Review: Gone by James Patterson
Title: Gone    Author: James Patterson     Series: Michael Bennett, #6       Published: September 2013, Little, Brown & Company   Format: Hardcover, 416 pages    Source: Personal copy   [read more]
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Nonfiction Picture Book Wednesday: Polar Animals by Susan Hayes and Tory Gordon-Harris
I just love polar bears and penguins so when I saw this book about them, I just knew I had to tell everyone else about it. [read more]
Review: Flawed (Perfection #2) by J.L. Spelbring
Once again thanks to both Spencer Hill Press and Netgalley for allowing me to read an e-galley of this book.  And it was good to read it almost right after I finished the first one, Perfection, which I reviewed HERE.  And I don't know if it was because I had just finished the first one and was getting to read right on, but I think this one was better than the first one.  I mean I liked it better, not that I didn't like the first one though.  So, here's the best summary I can give without too ... [read more]
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Reminder: Chat Live with John Searles on Book Club Girl on Air Tonight!
Just a reminder that today, Wednesday, July 30th at 8 PM EST, we are welcoming author John Searles to discuss his most recent novel, Help for the Haunted, an unforgettable story of a most unusual family, their deep secrets, their... [read more]
Book Spotlight: Psychological Thriller "Black Machetes" by Ryan K. Howard
Auggie-Talk Welcomes author Ryan K. Howard and his dark Psych Thriller "Black Machetes"! There's a GENEROUS giveaway to be found in this post too. Read on and enjoy, booklings! [read more]
Guest post from Catherine Hemmerling, author of Tempting Her Reluctant Viscount and Joan Avery, author of Love’s Justice
Title: Tempting Her Reluctant Viscount Author: Catherine Hemmerling Publisher: Entangled Scandalous Pages: 225 Genre: Historical Romance Format: Ebook A pretend courtship…a real scandal London 1814 Hope Stuckeley has lusted after the handsome and charismatic Michael Ashmore, the Viscount Lichfield, for ages—never mind that she’s never actually spoken to him. When the two join forces to investigate a London stock market scandal, pretending he [...] [read more]
Cover Reveal - Guardian By: Courtney Cole!
Today I have a Cover Reveal for Courtney Cole's YA Paranormal Romance and title that's close to her heart - GUARDIAN! [read more]
July’s FEATURED AUTHOR: D.B. Jackson Shares an Author’s Pet Peeves…
How is this the last Wednesday of July, already?? o.O I’m not ready!! Thank goodness we have Featured Author D.B. Jackson visiting – today he’s here to share some of his pet peeves. Read on! I should preface this post by saying that I really, really love my job. I started writing stories around the […] [read more]
Book Review~All I Love and Know by Judith Frank
All I Love and Know by Judith Frank July 15, 2014 by William Morrow Hardcover: 432 pages Review Copy via TLC Book Tours Adult Fiction- Literature Warnings: Graphic sexuality, language, violence, death, gay issues, terrorism 2/5 Stars (For 18&Up) [read more]
Review: This Is the Water by Yannick Murphy
Paperback: 352 pages Publisher: Harper Perennial (July 29, 2014) ISBN: 9780062294906 Source: Publisher In a small New England town, preparing for the next swim meet is of utmost importance. Young girls struggle to shave seconds off of their race time, squeezing into too-tight swim suits for an extra advantage. Too busy watching their daughters compete, […] [read more]
Book Review: The House of Four Winds
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Review: The Never Never Sisters
Summary: An absorbing, highly entertaining novel about family secrets, The Never Never Sisters introduces you to the strong-willed and big-hearted Reinhardt women, as they reunite one summer in New York. Gifted storyteller L. Alison Heller has written another witty and moving page-turner that will captivate readers and keep them guessing right up until the satisfying end. [read more]
Waiting on Wednesday
This meme is hosted by Breaking the Spine and is meant to highlight some great pre-publication books we all can't wait to get our grubby little mitts on. [read more]
Review: "Scared Scriptless" by Alison Sweeney
Maddy Carson loves lists and details and these aspects of her personality are what make her a fantastic script supervisor on the set of a successful TV drama. A small-town girl at heart she has very specific rules about Hollywood, one of those being that she will absolutely not date actors! She will, however, take a chance on love and date one of the executives at her company. When Maddy discovers that her beloved hometown of Wolf County is in financial trouble and her parents may have to se ... [read more]
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The BlogHer14 Highlight Reel, Part 2
I was at a big convention-type gathering this past weekend...and it wasn't San Diego Comic-Con. I attended my third BlogHer Conference, after a three-year absence. [read more]
Jane Austen
Image Source Edit by me These next two weeks may be a bit slow posting wise as we transition back to the new school year.  However... please enjoy some Jane Austen and a quote from teh book that inspired my daughter's name [read more]
Book Review: The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho
I did not know what to expect, I knew it wouldn’t be a magnificent piece of literature, but I have heard many positive reviews and several bad ones. [read more]
Looking Back: July in Books
I officially left my job and embarked on a summer of unemployment in June, but the unemployment lifestyle didn't truly begin to feel real until July. Two family vacations meant lots of travel time, downtime, and reading time, and there were some true gems mixed into my July reads: [read more]
Review: Best Supporting Role by Sue Margolis
Best Supporting Role by Sue Margolis [read more]
The Death Factory - Greg Iles
You may remember me raving about Greg Iles' new book Natchez Burning - the first in a planned trilogy. (my review) [read more]
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The Novice / The High Lord - Trudi Canavan
Alone among all the novices in the Magicians' Guild, only Sonea comes from lowly beginnings. Yet she has won powerful allies—including Lord Dannyl, newly promoted to Guild Ambassador. But Dannyl must now depart for the Elyne court, leaving Sonea at the mercy of the lies and malicious rumors her enemies are busy spreading. .. until the High Lord Akkarin steps in. The price of Akkarin's support is dear, however, because Sonea, in turn, must protect his mysteries—and a secret that could lead a ... [read more]
When on the Verge of a Writer Freak-out, Try the 3 B’s
Writers freak out. It’s just a fact. Find an author in any stage of the publication game–the agent search, submission, revision, book launch–and I’ll bet you that, if she’s not in the middle of a freak-out, there’s one just around the corner. When Overwhelmed Author Syndrome rears it’s ugly head, I recommend the 3 B’s.... Continue reading » [read more]
Blog Tour: Almost Forgotten by Carey Decevito (Rafflecopter Giveaway)
This virtual book tour is presented by Dark Scream Book Tours. [read more]
Blu-ray Review - Dom Hemingway
Dom Hemingway [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! These week’s words came from Pioneer […] [read more]
August 2014 New Mystery Releases!
I don't know about the rest of you, but it seems as though summer is flying by at the speed of light. Since this is my prime reading season when I really clear spaces on my to-be-read shelves, I'm torn between wanting to read faster! faster! and wanting to saunter my way through volumes, savoring each page. Hopefully I'll find a way to do both! [read more]
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Laura Lippman, author of After I’m Gone, on tour August 2014
 About After I’m Gone • Paperback: 352 pages • Publisher: William Morrow Paperbacks; Reprint edition (August 12, 2014) Dead is dead. Missing is gone.. When Felix Brewer vanishes on July 4, 1976, to avoid serving a fifteen-year prison sentence for mail fraud, he leaves behind five devastated women: his sophisticated wife, Bambi, their three lovely daughters, and his […] [read more]
"Waiting On" Wednesday: Night Blindness
"Waiting On" Wednesday is a weekly event, hosted here, that spotlights upcoming releases that we're eagerly anticipating. [read more]
Review: Grand Central: Original Stories of Postwar Love and Reunion
In those moments when she was alone, her body propped up in bed and a borrowed book she was using to study English on her lap, she saw her mother saying good-bye for the last time through a forced smile, and her father still holding on to her bag for a few more moments.  She […] [read more]
Wordless Wednesday 300
Busy Bee, 2014 [read more]
Review: Trust Your Heart by Sharon Drane
It's love at first sight for Joshua and Amelia. They have to separate though, as Joshua has to go off to war and Amelia to boarding school. However, they vow to write to each other and they did. Suddenly though, Amelia's letters stop coming. Joshua's letters stop coming. Amelia marries Clayton, although she always pines for Joshua. After Clayton's death, Amelia vows she will only love the only other man in her life, her son, Dougie. Then, Joshua shows back up. Can love survive a second chance? [read more]
THE ARSONIST by Sue Miller
I have read a lot of Sue Miller books. (Here are a few.) I’ve liked quite a few of them, too, so I was excited to pick up her latest book, The Arsonist, at BEA, and was also lucky to land a review copy of the audiobook version. The Arsonist takes place in New Hampshire read more » [read more]
Lucky Us by Amy Bloom
Lucky Us by Amy Bloom Published July 2014 Source: Netgalley courtesy of the publisher in exchange for an honest review [read more]
review: the revealed by jessica hickam
Lily lives in fear of The Revealed, a group said to kidnap people during their 18th year. Because of that, parents typically keep their kids confined to their homes during that year. Lily’s parents do just that, but they have even bigger reasons than most parents—Lily’s father is running for president of the North American Sector which was formed after a devastating war. He’s running against a man he used to be friends with. That man is also the father of one of Lily’s former classmates— ... [read more]
Top Ten Tuesday: Authors Whose Books I Hoard
Top Ten Tuesday is a bookish meme hosted by The Broke and the Bookish. [read more]
Book Review: Bellweather Rhapsody by Kate Racculia
From Goodreads:  A high school music festival goes awry when a young prodigy disappears from a hotel room that was the site of a famous murder/suicide fifteen years earlier, in a whip-smart novel sparkling with the dark and giddy pop culture pleasures of The Shining, Agatha Christie, and Glee.Writing Incredibly well done.  I have absolutely no complaints in terms of the writing.  I felt like the author took a setting I'm unfamiliar with (high school music festival) and made it something im ... [read more]
Interview with Author Scott Pinsker
Today we're talking with Scott Pinsker, author of The Second Coming: A Love Story [read more]
Top Ten Tuesday - Authors of Whom I Own The Most Books
I was lucky enough to find these stamps of the Bronte sisters (no Anne though), Eliot, and Gaskell awhile ago and they are now framed on my bookshelf near their works. I absolutely love this week's theme and couldn't resist playing along.  Visit The Broke and the Bookish to play along or see what other bloggers fill their shelves with. [read more]
Meeting with the Financial Planner
In my opinion, there are two reasons to pay someone else to do something:  1) I am incapable of doing it, or at least incapable of doing it was well as the person I am hiring or 2) I don't want to do it.  Our decision to hire a financial planner was based a little bit on both.  As I mentioned in the first post in this series, the death of my father along with some other things going on in life have reinforced the idea that retirement is not that far away.  Further I now have a bigger pot of ... [read more]
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Mother, Mother by Koren Zailckas
Josephine Hurst has her family under control. With two beautiful daughters, a brilliantly intelligent son, a tech-guru of a husband and a historical landmark home, her life is picture perfect. She has everything she wants; all she has to do is keep it that way. But living in this matriarch’s determinedly cheerful, yet subtly controlling domain hasn’t been easy for her family, and when her oldest daughter, Rose, runs off with a mysterious boyfriend, Josephine tightens her grip, gradually turn ... [read more]
THE RIDE HOME - #ShortStory
Collin Walker boarded the 1 train bound towards his sparsely decorated, dimly lit, undersized and overpriced apartment on the Upper West Side of Manhattan.  He was accompanied for a portion of the ride by three co-workers.  The quartet of stockbrokers had just departed an office holiday party on Wall Street where the alcohol had been free and plentiful.  [read more]
Alloy Entertainment and Amazon Publishing announce new digital first imprint
The imprint will focus on young adult, new adult, and commercial fiction. [read more]
Happy Tuesday!
Big Little Lies [read more]
Meme/ Top Ten Tuesday.. Which Authors Do I have Stacked on My Bookshelves
  Top Ten Tuesday is an original feature/weekly meme created over at The Broke and the Bookish. This feature was created because they are particularly fond of lists over at The Broke and the Bookish. They love to share their lists with other bookish folks and would LOVE to see your top ten lists! Each week […] [read more]
Barefoot in my kitchen
I think I’m happiest when baking. Though I’ve spent plenty of time in the kitchen post-college (when I realized I’d eventually be responsible for feeding myself), homeownership — and our new kitchen — have inspired me to really get serious and creative about meals. On a budget. When we can get our act together ahead […] [read more]
Review: The Regulators
The Regulators By Richard Bachman (aka Stephen King) New York: Dutton, 1996, New York (1996) The Short of It: Brimming with wit but tame as far as horror stories go. The Rest of It: One sunny afternoon, an entire neighborhood finds itself the center of destruction when a group of demented villains show up in vans and basically […] [read more]
On Liking, Not Loving, ‘Bad Feminist’
I want to get on the bandwagon of people who have loved Roxane Gay’s debut essay collection, Bad Feminist (Aug. 5 from Harper Perennial), so bad that I’ve been tossing and turning my lukewarm reaction to the book around in my head for a couple of weeks, trying to figure out what I might be […] [read more]
August Indie Next Author Discusses Gripping Debut
Today we welcome author Mary Kubica to the blog to celebrate the publication of her gripping debut novel, The Good Girl. This book is sure to please fans of Tana French, Gillian Flynn, and Heather Gudenkauf as well as be at the center of many upcoming book discussions. We are very excited to have Mary join us today. Grab a cup of coffee and enjoy our conversation! [read more]
First Chapter First Paragraph Tuesday Intros - The Conditions of Love; Dale M. Kushner
Every Tuesday I host First Chapter First Paragraph Tuesday Intros, where I share the first paragraph or (a few) of a book I am reading or thinking about reading soon. Care to join us? This week's pick seems like a good summer read to me. [read more]
Review: Big Little Lies by Liane Moriaty
  Title: Big Little Lies Author: Liane Moriarty Published: Amy Einhorn Books: Putnam July 2014 Read an Excerpt Status: Read from July 27 to 28, 2014 — I own a copy   {Courtesy the publisher/netgalley} My Thoughts: “Oh, we’re such a caring school,” the principal told me. Blah, blah. blah. Let me tell you the […] [read more]
How You Lost Me: The Queen of the Tearling
There was some stuff about The Queen of the Tearling that was weird but I was enjoying it until got to here and decided that it was enough. [read more]
NIV Integrated Study Bible by John R. Kohlenberger
NIV Integrated Study Bible by John R. Kohlenberger [read more]
Eyewitness World War I by Simon Adams, photography by Andy Crawford
Today marks the 100th anniversary of the start of World War I.  I have to be honest and say this I don't really know much about this war except what I learned in school, or from a few books I have read.  And I have always felt that when your knowledge is lacking on a particular topic, begin learning about it by looking at a good overview, then you can look more closely at particular areas that might be interesting to you. [read more]
Reading, Blogging, and the Power of Why
I spent half of last week attending the Human Performance Institute‘s Corporate Athlete course. While the title of this course focuses on work, this course has changed my life on every level. Having listened to much of the audiobook of All Fall Down by Jennifer Weiner leading up to that business trip also helped to set the […] [read more]
Writing Process Blog Hop (plus 2-book giveaway!)
This blog hop started a while back, its purpose: to show how authors do their thing. (Okay, that's the "Serena Sum Up" of the purpose. But it gets the idea across, eh?) [read more]
This 'n That...
...or, how to avoid writing the book review I know I should be writing!  [read more]
On The Dunes
Loopers: A Caddie’s Twenty-Year Golf Odyssey by John Dunn (Broadway Books, $15.00, 279 pages) He dug into his golf bag, pulled out a little rolled-up zip-lock sandwich bag, and handed it to me. Then he pulled out a pair of … Continue reading → [read more]
Necessary Measures by Hannah Alexander
Necessary Measures by Hannah Alexander [read more]
The Sunday Salon: Back to Square One
It's back-to-square-one weekend here. That's what I call weekends when I do a lot of purging, resetting, and marking all as read. I wonder if whoever first used the phrase "Back to square one" knew that it was going to be used a lot. Isn't it nice to come up with a phrase that sticks for a long time? I know I've said this story before but I like it so much I keep retelling it. When we started summer hours at work four summers ago, my colleagues and I found it pretty challenging to adjust to. ... [read more]
Forgive Me, by Amanda Eyre Ward
Nadine Morgan is a journalist.  She travels the world looking for dangerous assignments, living in exotic locales and covering wars, genocide, and crime rings.  When an assignment to report on the drug gangs in Mexico goes sideways, Nadine ends up back in her hometown on Cape Cod.  Desperate to escape, but still healing from wounds both physical and emotional, she passes up a chance for love with a local doctor to pursue a story in a part of the world she thought she would never see again, S ... [read more]
Audio book review of The Half-stitched Amish Quilting Club by Wanda Brunstetter
The Half-Stitched Amish Quilting Club by Wanda Brunstetter  narrator Renee Ertl [read more]
FOODFIC: Frozen - Melissa de la Cruz & Michael Johnston
The dystopia created by Cruz and Johnston is pretty much what the title implies – a bleak world of cold and ice, insufferable to all but the heat-eliteof the RSA (Remaining States of America). You could even say the second social tier is comprised of hooved quadrupeds – the few remaining cattle who are nurtured in expensive temperature-controlled stables. The cows probably [live] better lives than most people, in fact. [read more]
Handspun socks
I thought about posting my spinning from Tour de Fleece, but since there are just a couple days left and I haven’t posted any of it yet, it felt a bit odd. That’ll wait until next week. Instead, today, for … Continue reading → [read more]
"I Heart New York" by Lindsey Kelk
What does a girl do after discovering her fiancé is sleeping with another woman, disrupting your best friends wedding, and breaking the groom’s hand with the heel of your Louboutin?  Why you run off to another country of course! [read more]
Different kind of reading … what do you think about letters? Do you ever send them anymore? Receive them? Or do you just do email and texts instead? Do you miss the days when people used to write letters? Don’t forget to leave a link to your actual response (so people don’t have to go […] [read more]
Mini Life Update
It's been awhile since I've posted so I wanted to let everyone know that I am well. I've just returned from my first residency as part of the VCFA writing for children MFA program and it has been a transformative experience. I will prepare a post on that for you soonish, including my book list for the semester. [read more]
Death Takes a Ride by Lorena McCourtney
It's official. This case is above her pay grade--and Cate's in over her head. Cate Kinkaid arrives at H&B Vintage Auto Restorations to give a friend a ride. But, as usual, trouble finds Cate even there--this time in the form of one dead man, one wounded man, and what appears to be a pretty obvious case of self-defense. [read more]
New Release: The Care and Management of Lies
Usually when there's a new Jacqueline Winspear book, I have to put my blinders on and avoid all details about them because they're new Maisie Dobbs stories and I'm still about three books behind the latest one (on purpose). But now she's written a stand-alone novel, The Care and Management of Lies, a very in-the-moment story of the First World War, so I got to read this one right away. [read more]
"Face to Face with Jesus" by Samaa Habib with Bodie Thoene
Jesus said to him, “I am the way, the truth, and the life.” - John 14:6 [read more]
The Mix & Match Guide to Companion Planting by Josie Jeffery
The Mix & Match Guide to Companion Planting by Josie Jeffery [read more]
The Book of Life by Deborah Harkness
The Book of Life is the third book in the All Souls Trilogy (A Discovery of Witches and Shadow of Night) are books one and two respectively). This is a general review of the series and of The Book of … Continue reading → [read more]
Audiobook Review: Five Days at Memorial by Sheri Fink
Five Days at Memorial by Sheri Fink (read by Kirsten Potter; 17 hours, 33 minutes) recounts the tragedy of Hurricane Katrina from the perspective of inside the walls of the city of New Orleans's large downtown hospital. Caring for many of the city's most vulnerable, those at the hospital made fateful decisions amidst the chaos following the hurricane - decisions for which some of the physicians and nurses faced criminal charges in the aftermath of the storm. A physician and investigative jou ... [read more]
It's Monday, What Are You Reading (186)
It's Monday, What Are You Reading is a fun weekly meme hosted by Sheila at Book Journey where we share what we've read and reviewed over the past week and what we plan to read next. [read more]
Unstoppble - S.R. Johannes
Unstoppable - S.R. Johannes (author) [read more]
New Historical Dollhouse Book - The Miniaturist
   Just came across an interesting new historical fiction book, The Miniaturist: A Novel, which is about Petronella Oortman - the original owner of the  beautiful Cabinet House housed in the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam. [read more]
Book Blast and Giveaway: Billy and the Monster Who Loved to Fart by David Chuka
Billy and the Monster Who Loved to Fart [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]
Book Review: Where'd You Go Bernadette by Maria Semple
Two years ago everyone was talking about Where'd You Go Bernadette. I put it on my to-read list and my Amazon wish list, and then I promptly forgot about it. That was a big mistake, but one with a redeeming quality -- it meant I got to enjoy it this summer. [read more]
Book Review: Incubus, by Ann Arensberg
It’s not often that an American Book Award winner decides to write a supernatural thriller centered around the haunting of a small town in Maine, but that’s exactly what Ann Arensberg has done with Incubus. While the premise may not seem original (and indeed, seems like something Stephen King has pretty well covered!) Arensberg’s take is […] [read more]
Who Shot Vampire Gigilo Shane Chartress-Abbott?
Deceased: Vampire Gigilo Shane Chartress-AbbottIn Australia, three men accused in the murder of self proclaimed "Vampire Gigilo" Shane Chartress-Abbott got off trial scot-free because the jury could not decide beyond a reasonable doubt who, exactly, pulled the trigger back in 2003.  [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]
#FridayReads: The Feast of San Sebastian By Jonathan Marcantoni
Have you read The Feast of San Sebastian By Jonathan Marcantoni? It's a "raw, gritty and frightening socio-political thriller set in the island paradise of Puerto Rico," according to reviews that debuted last year: [read more]
Release Day: Tall, Dark and Supernatural (Bundle)
Seven novels from some of the hottest names in Paranormal Romance on sale for only 99c! New York Times, USA Today and Amazon Bestselling authors take you on a walk on the wicked side with seven deliciously dangerous heroes sure to set your soul on fire. Regular price is $9.99, so 1-click today! Purchase your […] [read more]
Well it is a bit more than ...
Well it is a bit more than a week since I last posted, but at least it hasn't been months this time. [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]
Little Things Mean A Lot
Photo by Ben Moore courtesy of Unsplash.I'm currently grateful for the little raspberry sized baby growing inside me. Yup! I'm 8 weeks pregnant!  [read more]
The Perfect Summer Read (And You Could Win a Copy…)
I’m not sure which I found more adorable: The book, The Lake House, or its author, Marci Nault. I met Marci at a book club convention last January (I’m sure you’ve heard me talk—oh once or twice—about The Pulpwood Queens Girlfriend’s Weekend) and we discovered we both lived in the Sacramento area of Northern California. […] [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]
Blur by Steven James - Review
Blur Book 1 of the Blur Trilogy Author: Steven James Publisher: Skyscape ISBN-13: 978-1477847275 Paperback: 368 pages Genre: Young Adult, paranormal mystery [read more]
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Review: Jane by April Lindner
In this modern-day retelling of Jane Eyre, Jane Moore is a penniless student who's just had to drop out of college and take a job as a nanny working for rock star Nico Rathburn. [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]
2014: The reason why I suck at blogging
Yeah, so this little guy is why I can hardly read anymore, let alone pull my brain together enough to write a book review! Maxwell was born on January 28th, and is not so little anymore! Now he looks more like this: I can’t properly express how happy I am to have him in our […] [read more]
Copyright©2013-2015 Elizab ...
Copyright©2013-2015 Elizabeth Schulenburg. This content was originally posted at http://www.needmoreshelves.blogspot.com/, and may not be reproduced without express written permission. [read more]
The Red Lily Crown by Elizabeth Loupas Kaye Publicity Pub date:  April 1st, 2014 [read more]
TLC Book Tours Presents: The Moon Sisters Review
The Moon Sisters by Therese Walsh Release date: 2014 / 336 pages Synopsis (from Amazon): After their mother’s probable suicide, sisters Olivia and Jazz take steps to move on with their lives. Jazz, logical and forward-thinking, decides to get a new … Continue reading → [read more]
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