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{Children’s Picture Book} Nalah Goes to Mad Mouse City Blog Tour Sign Up
Anne Sawyer-Aitch will be touring May 4-29 with her children’s picture book, THE LOGIC BOMB! We are looking for: Reviews (paperback) Please sign up on the form below. If you are chosen to host, we will email you within 72 hours. Thank you! Title: Nalah Goes to Mad Mouse City Author: Anne Sawyer-Aitch Publisher: Magic [...] [read more]
What I Read in February
February was absolutely amazing, in terms of reading and pleasure.  We had some amazingly gorgeous days that we spent outside in t-shirts and flip flops and we had several snow days that kept us inside where it's nice and warm. [read more]
THE TUDOR BRIDE, a captivating historical novel from Joanna Hickson
A captivating historical novel from Joanna Hickson, The Tudor Bride tells an epic tale that immerses readers into a world of royalty and politics, drama and bigotry, love and loyalty. In The Agincourt Bride, readers are told of the founding... [read more]
Custom 50x60" Fleece Photo Blanket Review + Giveaway
Easter Day is just over a month away and a perfect gift for a family member or friend is a Custom 50x60" Fleece Photo Blanket from Collage.com! You can't go wrong by putting your favorite family photos, baby photos or even pictures of your pets on a blanket, so you can cherish the pictures forever. [read more]
Lost Lake - Sarah Addison Allen
It happens one morning - Kate finally wakes up from the slumber she's been in since her husband's death a year ago. Feeling a fresh sense of desire to take control of her and her young daughter's life, she decides to visit Suley, Georgia - home to Lost Lake. It's where Kate spent one of the happiest summers of her life as a child. She's not sure what she expects to find there, but it's not a rundown place full of ghosts and other curious oddities. Kate's Aunt Eby, Lost Lake's owner, wants to ... [read more]
The Girl on the Train – I Almost Quit This Book
I feel like I’m the odd one out in thinking that The Girl on the Train was just okay, because most of my friends absolutely loved it. While it was a quick read, I actually found myself thinking thoughts in … Continue reading → [read more]
Abruzzo Intrigue and Corsican Justice by Bluette Matthey Book Feature
Title: Corsican Justice Author: Bluette Matthey Publisher: Blue Shutter Publishing Pages: 284 Genre: Travel Mystery Format: Kindle/Paperback In Bluette Matthey’s first novel, Corsican Justice, we are introduced to Hardy Durkin, an American tour outfitter who seems to experience a mystery at every stop. Hardy is visiting Corsica for the first time to explore the possibility […] [read more]
Top Ten All Time Favorite Books from the Past Three Years
 Happy March, Book Babes! [read more]
On Finding a Family Comic Book Store (Or, What Not to Do to Customers)
When reviewing my blog goals for this year, I noticed that I don’t blog about the comic books/graphic novels I... Read more » [read more]
Happy Tuesday!
Cover Characteristic/Top Ten Tuesday: Just Words
The Cover Characteristic meme is hosted at  Sugar and Snark.  Since I wasn't sure about the Top 10 Tuesday theme this week, I chose to do it this way instead.  Here are the guidelines for how it works if you want to join in: Each week we will post a characteristic and choose 5 of our favorite covers with that characteristic. If you want to join in and share your 5 favorite covers with the weeks particular characteristic, then just make a post, grab the meme picture (or make your own) an ... [read more]
Dreaming in Indian: Comtemporary Native American Voices, edited by Lisa Charleyboy and Mary Beth Leatherdale
Dreaming in Indian is a unique anthology of work by young Native Americans from Canada and the United States intended to "give people a fresh perspective on what it means to be Native in North America."  Native youths were invited to submit their work for a chance to tell the world their stories their way.  The results, the editors write, was a brilliant collection of artwork in various media by some incredibly talented people. [read more]
Top Ten All Time Favorite Books
Top Ten Tuesday is an original feature/weekly meme created at The Broke and the Bookish. There is a new subject each week and this week's topic is Top Ten All Time Favorite Books From the Last 3-5 Years. [read more]
Review: Rebel Queen
Summary: From the internationally bestselling author of Nefertiti and Cleopatra’s Daughter comes the breathtaking story of Queen Lakshmi—India’s Joan of Arc—who against all odds defied the mighty British invasion to defend her beloved kingdom. [read more]
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The Buried Giant by Kazuo Ishiguro (audiobook): Review
I’ve never read anything by Kazuo Ishiguro, though I did see Never Let Me Go (so sad) and have The Remains of the Day on my bookshelf. Those two stories appear to be very different from each other and each different from The Buried Giant. The Buried Giant is a sort of fairy tale. There are ogres, dragons, knights, and magic. This is not an average fairy tale. There is a thread of realism throughout the book and it asks, does forgiveness require us to forget? [read more]
  I am happy to report that I have been given the green light and I can let you all know that I will be going to BEA/NYC this May. I am super excited about going. I have worked really hard to make this trip possible. Are you going? [read more]
Review: The Bookseller
The Bookseller By Cynthia Swanson (Harper, Hardcover, 9780062333001, March 2015, 352pp.) The Short of It: Blurred lines between what’s real and what’s not keep you guessing in this story about a woman’s longing for a perfect life. The Rest of It: In 1962, Kitty Miller is a single woman who runs a bookstore with her […] [read more]
Giveaway - The Bookseller - Cynthia Swanson
Yes, you read that right! I have a copy of Cynthia Swanson's debut novel The Bookseller to giveaway! [read more]
Review: The Girl of Mischief Bay by Susan Mallery
The Girls of Mischief Bay by Susan Mallery [read more]
February 2015 Reading Wrap Up and a Look to March
Despite being cold and rather strange, February was a satisfying month in my reading life. I finished 11 books, although two were comic books and one was a deluxe edition of a comic. Without those, I finished eight prose books — about average for me, I’d say. Here’s the list: Fathi, Nazila: The Lonely War (nonfiction) Vaughn, […] [read more]
Favorite Children's Books I Didn't Find Until I Was a Grownup
I'm a children's librarian, so I thought I knew all about children's books. I read voraciously as a child. I became a teacher and tried to keep up with all the new books out for children. As a mom, I read what my kids read. I became a children's librarian in 2003. I became a blogger a few years later. I've been a Cybils judge almost from the start of the Cybils, reading and evaluating children's nonfiction picture books, children's picture books, children's easy readers, and children's early ... [read more]
Today's Read & Giveaway: The Headmaster's Wife by Thomas Christopher Greene
I'm doing a little something different this week by featuring a book that I loved and reviewed last year. The Headmaster's Wife by Thomas Christopher Greene has just come out in paperback, and I'm celebrating by sharing the opening sentences and by holding a giveaway. [read more]
January and February in review
At the beginning of the year, I promised not to make any goals and just let my reading take me on its own journey. I did have a little hiccup in January trying to decide what to read next. Even when there are no goals, or especially when there are no goals, I find it very hard to decide what I want to read next. I got through only 3 books in January, but by February, I had a scheme set up which worked very well for me when it came to deciding what to read next. The "scheme" involved a little ... [read more]
The Author's Casting Call, episode 10: Suzanne Woods Fisher and her book ANNA'S CROSSING
On today's episode of The Author's Casting Call, Casting Director (and author!) Suzanne Woods Fisher dreams about who she would cast in a film version of her historical Amish fiction novel, Anna's Crossing [read more]
Happy Release Day to - Becoming Rain (Burying Water #2) By: K.A. Tucker!!! Excerpt + A GIVEAWAY!!!
 Today let's help celebrate K.A. Tucker's BECOMING RAIN! BECOMING RAIN is a New Adult Romantic Suspense novel, and the second novel in K.A. Tucker’s Burying Water Series, published by Atria books, an Imprint of Simon & Schuster. [read more]
Too Bad to Die by Francine Mathews
First Line: He learned about Mokie the day the new boy arrived. [read more]
CFBA Blog Tour Then Sings My Soul by Amy Sorrells
This week, theChristian Fiction Blog Allianceis introducingThen Sings My SoulDavid C. Cook (March 1, 2015)byAmy Sorrells [read more]
Giveaway: The Snow Globe by Judith Kinghorn
About The Snow Globe: Inside the glass orb was a miniature garden and a house. If she stared long enough, she could almost see the people inside. But whether they were trapped there, or kept safe, in that miniscule snowbound world, she couldn't have said... [read more]
Five Ways to Spring Forward
It’s March and spring is almost here! *peers out the window at snow banks and frozen sidewalks* Or at least that’s what they tell me. This week we’re talking springing forward on The Ball, more specifically, looking ahead at a future in publishing. So much in writing, at least when you first start, seems to focus on... Continue reading » [read more]
Review: This Heart of Mine
This Heart of Mine (A Whiskey Creek Novel Book 8) [read more]
Be Back Soon -- Maybe
Computer Issues and Too Much Snow are not Blogging motivators. [read more]
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 This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #MaxYourTax #CollectiveBias   [read more]
Balzac by Stefan Zweig. (1945, Translated by William and Dorothy Rose, 2012)
My Posts on Balzac [read more]
Sarah McCoy, author of The Mapmaker’s Children, on tour April – June 2015
About The Mapmaker’s Children • Hardcover: 320 pages • Publisher: Crown (May 5, 2015) When Sarah Brown, daughter of abolitionist John Brown, realizes that her artistic talents may be able to help save the lives of slaves fleeing north, she becomes one of the Underground Railroad’s leading mapmakers, taking her cues from the slave code […] [read more]
Why You Shouldn’t Leave Your Social Media to a Niece or Nephew
Why You Shouldn’t Leave Your Social Media to a Niece or NephewOr Your Son, Daughter or Even the Kid Down the Street [read more]
Review: The Snow Globe by Judith Kinghorn
Snow globes are pretty and peaceful. They capture an idealized miniature scene of perfection within their glass orbs. But they aren't reality, no matter how much the world looks like them, especially when snow is drifting down outside the windows.  Reality, unlike the inside of a snow globe, has imperfections, secrets, and disappointments. Judith Kinghorn's newest novel, The Snow Globe, shows just how unlike the quiet, encapsulated scene, life can be. [read more]
"The Bible's Answers to 100 of Life's Biggest Questions" by Norman L. Geisler & Jason Jimenez
Most of us have been there - discussing our faith with someone when they ask a question that just stumps us.  It may be that we don’t know the answer, haven’t thought about it before, or know it but just don’t know how to explain it to someone who doesn’t believe.  Or maybe, it’s us that has the questions.  Whether new to the faith or a life-long believer, there are questions that we still have that no one has been able to answer for us yet.  If any of this is you, than this is the book you ... [read more]
"Coming Home to You" by Liesel Schmidt
Twenty-four-year-old Zoë is looking forward to the future now that she is engaged to her fiancé Paul.  Her whole life is ahead of her and she couldn’t be happier.  Until Paul dies suddenly and her life is thrown into a tailspin. [read more]
Week in Reading: March 2
I'm flabbergasted at the whole it's-March-phenomenon, but even more flabbergasted by the it's-still-snowing-and-icing status in Maryland at the moment. Not cool, climate change. Not cool. The chilly temperatures meant I spent most of Friday night curled up with Orhan's Inheritance (April 7th, Algonquin Books). It's a powerful novel about the Armenian genocide that is haunting me in all the best ways that good books do. [read more]
ebook review: The Assassin's Salvation
When Jamie Flipkens signed on as a pilot and engineer for a small medical research company, she never expected to end up on a mercenary ship full of hulking soldiers who want to make her their latest conquest. The captain has been good to her--it doesn't hurt that he's her boss's new beau--but she's on the verge of quitting when a strange man shows up at her shuttle door. [read more]
New Scary Doll Book
Something slightly different for the doll lover.  I love dolls and love reading scary stories. The bonus is that this also includes doll photos! [read more]
"It Was Me All Along" by Andie Mitchell
Andie Mitchell's childhood was less than ideal. With an alcoholic, depressed father prone to rages, and a mother who carried the household on her back while working four jobs to pay the bills, food became Andie Mitchell's best friend, baby-sitter, and companion. Most of all, it helped her to deal with how hard things were at home and how alone she felt. Coming to terms with being "the fat girl" in high school, Andie seemed to progress into adulthood with minimal scars. She had boyfriends and ... [read more]
Book chat: ‘The Dirty Life’ by Kristin Kimball
Kristin Kimball’s transition from tenacious New Yorker to muddied farm wife is lovingly documented in The Dirty Life: A Memoir of Farming, Food, and Love – and it almost made me want to get dirty myself. I’m a suburban girl with no experience around animals or agriculture. Though surrounded by farms — the last vestiges […] [read more]
Monday Mini ~ Euphoria by Lily King (Audiobook Review)
Getting back into the swing of things each week is hard. So is finding the quiet time to write a review over the weekend. In order to ease out of the weekend, I’ve decided to begin my blogging week with a mini review. In the 12th grade I was assigned The Heart of Darkness by […] [read more]
Life After Life by Kate Atkinson
Life After Life by Kate Atkinson Published April 2013 by Little, Brown and Company Source: purchased my copy of the audiobook Narrator: Fenella Woolgar [read more]
It's Monday! What Are You Reading?
It's Monday!  What Are You Reading? is hosted by Sheila at Book Journey. [read more]
Month In Review: February 2015
Here are my reading stats for February!  Books read:  12  Books I read:  Crazy Love You -- Lisa UngerDust to Dust -- Tami Hoag (audio book)The Forgotten Girls -- Sara BlaedelThe Girl on the Train -- Paula HawkinsFirst Frost -- Sarah Addison Allen (audio book)One Step Too Far -- Tina Seskis A Memory of Violets: A Novel of London's Flower Sellers -- Hazel Gaynor (audio book) The Girls of Mischief Bay --Susan Mallery (e-book)Shopaholic on Honeymoon -- Sophie Kinsella (e-book)Finding Jake -- ... [read more]
Sunday Slowdown: Watch This Space...
The following conversation took place on Twitter this past Thursday. The results of it will be made public in the very near future, so please follow the people involved to make sure you see what comes next. (Yes, this is one of those annoying announcements that an announcement is coming.) [read more]
Swing Sisters: The Story of the International Sweethearts of Rhythm by Karen Deans, illustrated by Joe Cepeda
It's Women's History Month and this year's theme is Weaving the Stories of Women's Lives, so I thought I would begin the month with a new picture book for older readers that introduces them to the remarkable International Sweethearts of Rhythm. [read more]
Twitter Roundup from Week Ending 28 February, 2015
Some of my favorite tweets from the last week [read more]
Darned If You Do by Monica Ferris
Darned If You Do by Monica Ferris [read more]
#DWJMarch: Welcome!
Welcome to Diana Wynne Jones March!  If you missed the kick-off post, head over and read all about the theme and recommended books. [read more]
Rain Reign by Ann M. Martin
 Rain Reign by Ann M. Martin is the story of a Rose Howard, a young girl on the autism spectrum.  Rose has a difficult time at school.  Because of stimulus overload, sometimes Rose has outbursts in class.  She is assigned an aide who sits with her and helps to monitor her behavior.  In addition, she gets a report sent home to her father.  Virtually friendless, Rose spends her days gathering homonyms for a special list she keeps, as well as calculating numbers based on the letters in a person ... [read more]
Monthly Roundup - February 2015
Books read in February = 8 [read more]
Eleanor and Park - Rainbow Rowell
Title: Eleanor and Park Author: Rainbow Rowell Published: 2013 Pages: 325 First Line: XTC was no good for drowning out the morons at the back of the bus. [read more]
review: rich bitch by nicole lapin
In my quest to most efficiently pay off my students loans (my only debt) while keeping the rest of my life on track, I've read a lot of financial advice books, blogs, etc. Nicole Lapin's Rich Bitch is among the best. She is not one to tell you to give up your latte! Lapin knows a person still needs to have some fun. In keeping with that, Lapin's approach is fun (lots of good anecdotes) and uses layman's terms, but I really appreciated that she doesn't just regurgitate the conventional wi ... [read more]
Starvation Heights
Starvation Heights by Gregg Olsen is a narrative non-fiction  thriller (i.e., reads like a novel, based on a true story--you know, the genre Truman Capote invented with In Cold Blood) and was a chilling account of quack medicine that kills, circa 1911. [read more]
Cover Reveal: The Heart (Siren #3) by Rachel Higginson
    The Heart will be released on March 26th! Add it to Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/20987458-the-heart Ivy Pierce has been to Hades and back trying to escape Nix and his evil plans to use her. After a failed attempt to save her loved ones, she was forced to leave her friends, her sister and the boy […] [read more]
FOODFIC: Please Welcome Diane Dunning, Author of Greta Smart Figures It Out
There’s a whole lot of eating and drinking in my contemporary-romance novel, Greta Smart Figures It Out. [read more]
Award-Winning Indie Thriller Author's Anti-Hero Returns in TUNNEL VISION
Reviewed by LibbyAric Davis is one of my favorite indie thriller authors. His characters stick with me long after I finish one of his novels and his writing just keeps getting better and better. Although it takes a few chapters to get into the rhythm of things (chapters switch between first person and third person), I was hooked on Tunnel Vision (October 2014) soon after I started reading it. [read more]
Review: The Thing About Great White Sharks
The Thing About Great White Sharks and Other Stories Rebecca Adams Wright Little A paperback, 170 pages A review copy of this book was provided through TLC Book Tours [read more]
Principles of Navigation – Book Review
Fixing the broken had become his theme, personally and professionally, as he’d told Wolf, letting his friend assume “personal” meant his home remodeling and “professional” meant Rolly was back to creative work. But he wasn’t. – from Principles of Navigation – Alice and Rolly Becotte are married and living in Indiana in 1999, on the […] [read more]
"Waiting On" Wednesday: The Sweetheart Deal
"Waiting On" Wednesday is a weekly event, hosted here, that spotlights upcoming releases that we're eagerly anticipating. [read more]
Review: The Darcy Brothers by Monica Fairview, Maria Grace, Cassandra Grafton, Susan Mason-Milks, and Abigail Reynolds
“They really are — I can see why they hold your attention…” his head lolled forward for a second and Darcy feared he had lapsed into unconsciousness and grabbed his good arm to steady him, but then Theo shook his head again and raised it to meet his brother’s confused gaze. “Miss Elizabeth Bennet.  She […] [read more]
GIRL ON THE TRAIN Audiobook Giveaway
Congrats to the winner of the audiobook of Girl on the Train – Lauren Thomson! (She’s also known as the person who designed this blog.) Enjoy! [read more]
The Lady and the Unicorn, Tracy Chevalier
I'm a  pretty big fan of historical fiction.  To be honest, I wish that history classes were taught using historical fiction as the hook.  Read Ken Follett, then research the time period to confirm or deny his portrayal. (Of course, I think that literature can teach us just about anything). [read more]
Insights on John by Charles R. Swindoll
Insights on John by Charles R. Swindoll [read more]
Review and Giveaway: The Unexpected Consequences of Love by Jill Mansell
The Unexpected Consequences of Love by Jill Mansell is set in Cornwall where Sophie works as a photographer. Happy to be building her new business, Sophie seems content but lives a very narrow life. She has completely shut herself off to dating and the heartache in her past that has led to this is slowly revealed. Josh Strachan, who has returned from the US to the seaside town to help run a hotel, Mariscombe House,  with his grandmother, pursues Sophie and tries to break through her shell. M ... [read more]
The woes of getting older....
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Kiss and Tell Blog Tour: Review
You guys all know how I absolutely love the Truth or Dare series by Jacqueline Green! So today I will be bringing to you a review of the last book in the series called Kiss and Tell for the blog tour hosted by Paper Lantern Lit. I must say that it was a great ending to a great series! [read more]
Uncaged by John Sandford and Michele Cook
Uncaged was a pretty fast paced book by John Sandford and Michele Cook. It is the first book in The Singular Menace series, with the second book expected to be published in July of this year (Outrage).  [read more]
COTT: Featured Novel: "This Redeemer"--Not All Prisons Have Bars.
“An exhilarating ride full of suspense and hope...”  “…hits the ground running and never lets up…”  “A riveting story with great characters…” [read more]
A Stitich in Crime by Cathy Eliot
About Quilts of Love: Quilts tell stories of love and loss, hope and faith, tradition and new beginnings.  [read more]
#FridayReads: Latin Hitchcock: How Almodóvar, Amenábar, De la Iglesia, Del Toro and Campanella Became Notorious by Dona Kercher
Latin Hitchcock: How Almodóvar, Amenábar, De la Iglesia, Del Toro and Campanella Became Notorious by Dona Kercher: [read more]
The Martian by Andy Weir
Have you ever picked up a book by an author you've never heard of, written in a genre that's not your usual cup of tea and with a title that reminds you of a cheesy sci-fi movie...and then ended up loving it? That's how it was with me and 'The Martian'. [read more]
Books Read in 2015
Total so far: [read more]
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Listen, Slowly by Thanhha Lai
As a member of Amazon Vine, I'm able to review books through them, but--as I understand the terms--I'm only allowed to post my review on Amazon. Because I liked this book, I'm posting a description of the book here with a direct link to my review on Amazon. This book is a novel, but it reads like a non-fiction so I'm also posting it here. [read more]
My Secret Garden Inspired Baby Shower
That's a teeny-tiny bird next to the key. Mr. Whimsy made the mini gate. It was so sweet and simple and lovely. [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]
On Goodbyes
Oh, friends. [read more]
What are some of your favorite landing spots on Pinterest, Instagram or wherever it is you go in search for book related visuals?  Clicking on the images/words below will bring you to collections that I have compiled at Pinterest with literary inspiration as my guide.  When it comes to words, I spill as many as I can (which is never enough) on a routine basis.  As for pictures, I'm not the guy to come to unless you're in need of some stick figure art.  But I am thrilled to have recently comp ... [read more]
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All the Favorites in 2014: The Books, Movies and Shows
2014 Favorites [read more]
A Killer Retreat by Tracy Weber - Review
A Killer Retreat A Downward Dog Mystery #2 Author: Tracy Weber Publisher: Midnight Ink ISBN: 9780738742090 Paperback, 336 pages Genre: cozy mystery [read more]
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Guest Post: Sherry Soule
PARANORMAL MYTHOLOGY FUN FACTS Guest post by author Sherry Soule [read more]
Book Review: Cyrus the Unsinkable Sea Serpent; by Bill Peet
   I was attracted by the cute.. I mean handsome illustration of the green serpent, who turned out to be Cyrus, the main character of this picture book. Yup, I have weird cute level taste. Anyhoo, honestly, it horrifies me Cyrus was pressured into being violent by the other creatures. And of course, *click* excellent teaching tool for the kids while having fun reading this one.    I am in love with the beautiful illustrations, and I actually feel for Cyrus in the book. It is beautifully wri ... [read more]
Missed Connection--The Oddball Original Poem by Yours Truly
To post on CraigsList or hold behind? That is the question. What way is noblest in the mind to handle a missed connection? [read more]
Going Under
Pardon our dust. [read more]
WHAT I'M READING! "Think Like Freak" by Steven D. Levitt & Stephen Dubner
Awhile back I was asked to read and review Think Like a Freak by Steven D. Levitt & Stephen J. Dubner.  This is another addition to the very popular franchise of books in the Freakanomics series.  If you have no idea what I'm talking about click here.   The original book has now expanded into this super cool website with podcasts, lectures, experiments, and yes even a documentary - what?  Who knew!  Here's a look at the trailer: [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]
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]
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]
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]
The Innocent
Cover Reveal: Christmas Lites III - Releasing December 3, 2013
It is cover reveal day for Christmas Lites III (including a sweet story by yours truly ;-)), which will be available for purchase in exactly one week, December, 3, 2013. I urge you all to purchase copies of this fabulous compilation—keep one for yourself and give the rest as gifts!—and support a very worthy cause: the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence.  [read more]
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Giveaway: Smart Mudflap Girl Necklace
November 13, 2013 – ETA – In usual form, I’m late picking the winners. But here’s the random sequence for comments 1 through 34:    Heather S. and nomadreader were the winners! Congratulations! An email has been sent to each of you.  ____________ A little over two years ago, I found an Etsy seller, MarKhed […] [read more]
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