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Even If You Don't Celebrate It---
Happy Thanksgiving! [read more]
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Happy Thanksgiving!
Happy Thanksgiving to my U.S. readers! I hope that, no matter your circumstances and surroundings today, you are finding some time to give thanks for the blessings in your life. We will be blessed to be  surrounded by family, celebrating with an abundance of food and our own crazy holiday traditions. [read more]
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On Thanksgiving, A Reminder That the Rest Is Gravy
Earlier this week, I had the pleasure of talking to newly-minted National Book Award winner Jacqueline Woodson, about her prize-winning memoir, BROWN GIRL DREAMING. Along with being an amazing writer, Woodson is a loving partner and parent. And she said something during our chat that stuck with me: “This is the moment, this is the... Continue reading » [read more]
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Mr. Samuel's Penny PIC Tour & #Giveaway
Mr. Samuel's Penny [read more]
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Happy Thanksgiving
Happy Thanksgiving to All of My US Readers [read more]
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Happy Thanksgiving!!!
We'd like to wish everyone, here in the states, or those around the world that are celebrating a VERY Happy Thanksgiving!! [read more]
Gratitude
My car engine blew up last week, and I still don't know if it can be fixed. That's the car I just bought with the insurance check, after my old car was totaled. My paycheck is the same as it was in 2008, and I was struggling then. I've been watching the news too much, and its been breaking my heart. So I had to do a gratitude list. [read more]
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The Book of Strange New Things by Michel Faber (Audiobook): Review
Peter, a British minister, has the opportunity of a lifetime by becoming a missionary. Not here on Earth, but on the planet Oasis only reachable through the technology of a company called USIC. Peter leaves his wife and their beloved cat behind to minister the native inhabitants, Oasians, of this planet. These beings are all about Jesus. They call themselves Jesus Lovers: Jesus Lover One, Jesus Lover Two, etc. They want to hear more about their friend Jesus and his miraculous adventures by h ... [read more]
2014 Thankfully Reading Weekend: The Kick-off!
It’s time!! This is the official kick off post for Thankfully Reading!  Instead of braving the crowds and shopping this weekend, we’re spending our time curled up with a book! Not starting your Thankfully Reading Weekend until tomorrow or Saturday? Don’t worry, link up your post whenever you are ready! Feel free to link up […] [read more]
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Book Review: My True Love Gave to Me
From Goodreads: If you love holiday stories, holiday movies, made-for-TV-holiday specials, holiday episodes of your favorite sitcoms and, especially, if you love holiday anthologies, you’re going to fall in love with My True Love Gave To Me: Twelve Holiday Stories by twelve bestselling young adult writers, edited by international bestselling author Stephanie Perkins.Writing In a collection like this, an anthology with multiple authors, it's only natural that some really hit the mark and so ... [read more]
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Communication Breakdown
Led Zeppelin on Led Zeppelin: Interviews and Encounters (Musicians in Their Own Words), edited by Hank Bordowitz (Chicago Review Press, $28.95, 458 pages) “The Led Zeppelin show depends heavily on volume, repetition, and drums.” William S. Burroughs Led Zeppelin on … Continue reading → [read more]
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The weather, headaches, weather, movies, and more weather
Now that was a disappearing act, wasn't it? Sorry for being "away" for more than a week but I have been very tired these past two weeks. It's the weather, I tell ya. Gloomy, wet, dark, it's like the end of the world outside. I know there are loads of places in the world that are perpetually gloomy, but I can just never fathom how those places can even be considered habitable. I'm battling a mild headache since morning, because it started raining in the middle of the night, after two days of ... [read more]
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review: s.e.c.r.e.t. shared by l. marie adeline
After her own love life took a bad turn at the end of S.E.C.R.E.T., Cassie joined the group to guide other women on the same path she took. This is how Cassie winds up helping Dauphine, who is shy around men. The second book of the series primarily follows Dauphine and her sexual fantasies, but also incorporates the continuation of Cassie's story. L. Marie Adeline also brings in a minor character from the first book to create trouble for S.E.C.R.E.T. which made a nice addition and a great wa ... [read more]
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"Moonbeam Alley" by Stefan Zweig. -- A Homage to The Grand Hotel by Wes Anderson
OThere are still a few days left in German Literature Month IV.  Lots of time left to participate. There are many great posts, reading through them is much like a fine class in German literature at a top academy.  Take your Ipad with you and read them while you have a treat from Mendl's, relaxing in the lobby of The Grand Budapest Hotel, circa 1932. [read more]
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James Grippando, author of Cane and Abe, on tour January/February 2015
About Cane and Abe • Hardcover: 368 pages • Publisher: Harper (January 20, 2015) In this spellbinding new novel of suspense from New York Times bestselling author James Grippando, Miami’s top prosecutor becomes a prime suspect in his wife’s disappearance, which may have a chilling connection to the woman he can’t forget. Unbelievable was the word for […] [read more]
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Book Review - Double Cover
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The Slow Regard of Silent Things - Patrick Rothfuss
The Slow Regard of Silent Things is set at The University, where the brightest minds work to unravel the mysteries of enlightened sciences, such as artificing and alchemy. Auri, a former student (and a secondary but influential character from Rothfuss’s earlier novels) now lives alone beneath the sprawling campus in a maze of ancient and abandoned passageways. There in The Underthing, she feels her powers and learns to see the truths that science—and her former classmates—have overlooked  [read more]
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Happy Thanksgiving
Best wishes to all my bookish friends for a Happy Thanksgiving. [read more]
Book Thoughts - Life Could be Verse by Kirk Douglas
Life Could be Verse: Reflections on Love, Loss, and What Really Matters by Kirk Douglas 128 pages publishing 12/2/14 [read more]
(96)Winter Street by Elin Hilderbrand
Winter Street on Nantucket Island is the home of the Winter Street Inn. Kelley Quinn purchased the Inn years ago after leaving his very famous wife and the rat race of Wall Street.  With his new wife they raised his four children along with their new son, Bart.   Flash forward nearly twenty years , it is nearly Christmas and Kelley discovers that his wife has been having an affair with Santa Claus for nearly a dozen years.  His youngest son, Bart, is in Afghanistan.  Ava, his only daughter i ... [read more]
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Waiting on Wednesday: The Heir (The Selection #4) by Kiera Cass
Waiting on Wednesday is a weekly event hosted by Jill at Breaking the Spine where we spotlight upcoming releases that we're eagerly awaiting.  I loved The Selection series, and am so excited that there is going to be another book after what we thought was the last one.  So without further ado, here is the blurb from Goodreads: [read more]
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Holiday prep and baby chatter
Thank you all so much for your kind words and well wishes on our pregnancy announcement! Honestly, for as excited as I am to share the news, I was also pretty nervous. Something about the reveal makes me anxious, and I’m not sure why. Before we told our families, I was literally shaking. Shaking! And, […] [read more]
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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]
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Review/ Drew Barrymore’s Radiant, Sultry & Cherished Perfume
  Something I never thought would actually happen has happened. Drew Barrymore’s Flower Beauty collection has finally come to Canadian Walmarts. I was super thrilled when I heard the news because for the longest time I was picking up bits and pieces every time I went to the USA and now I will be able […] [read more]
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Thankful For The Lowest Priced Unlimited Plans
This shop has been compensated by #CollectiveBias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #Thankful4Savings [read more]
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Books in My Bag: Thanksgiving Edition
Later this afternoon, as soon as we can both get off work, the boyfriend and I heading back to my parents’ house in the Twin Cities for Thanksgiving. My family has a pretty average Thanksgiving celebration — turkey and all the fixings, plus football on tv and long afternoon naps. My sister and I might head out […] [read more]
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Fun, Lighthearted Love Story Deserves Five Stars
Reviewed by Jennifer Shaw [read more]
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Kathleen Collins ~ Realm Walker Series
Welcome to The Wormhole and my pre-tour stop ~I am thrilled to feature Kathleen Collins and the Realm Walker series. [read more]
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Wordless Wednesday 317
November Walk, 2014 [read more]
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Review: Bones Never Lie by Kathy Reichs (audio/print)
Title: Bones Never Lie      Author: Kathy Reichs    Series: Temperance Brennan, #17     Narrator: Katherine Borowitz   Published: September 2014, Random House Audio / Bantam  Length: 10 hours 48 minutes  / ARC Paperback, 331 pages  Source: Audio via Audible / Print via publisher [read more]
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Megan Reviews (and recommends!) HAUNTED by Charity Tinnin
What it's about (from publisher ibleedbooks press): [read more]
"Waiting On" Wednesday: Golden State
"Waiting On" Wednesday is a weekly event, hosted here, that spotlights upcoming releases that we're eagerly anticipating. [read more]
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Driftwood Tides: My Review
Driftwood Tides [read more]
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{Literary Fiction} Landfall Blog Tour Sign Up
Joseph Jablonski will be touring January 5 – 30 with his literary fiction, LANDFALL! We are looking for: Reviews (paperback & ebook) Book Spotlights Please sign up on the form below. If you are chosen to host, we will email you within 72 hours. Thank you! Title: Landfall Author: Joseph Jablonski Publisher: Bacon Press Books [...] [read more]
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Black Friday Specials from Lilla Rose
Yes, Yes, Yes....Have I mentioned lately how much I LOVE LILLA ROSE???? They just granted us permission to share the sale early...so, set your alarm clocks (all times are PST) and be prepared!!! These items won't last long at all!!! www.lillarose.biz/faithfulgirlshairjewelry is your place to shop and receive these fabulous deals!! [read more]
Made for You by Melissa Marr
When Eva Tilling wakes up in the hospital, she’s confused—who in her sleepy little North Carolina town could have hit her with their car? And why? But before she can consider the question, she finds that she’s awoken with a strange new skill: the ability to foresee people’s deaths when they touch her. While she is recovering from the hit-and-run, Nate, an old flame, reappears, and the two must traverse their rocky past as they figure out how to use Eva’s power to keep her friends—and themsel ... [read more]
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Brilliant by Bruce Malone
Brilliant: Made in the Image of God by Bruce Malone [read more]
A Tragedy Not In Vain by Steven Fujita, author of Toe Up to 10K
Title: Toe Up to 10K Author: Steven Fujita Publisher: BookBaby Pages: 168 Genre: Self-Help Format: Ebook In June 2012, Steven Fujita went to the emergency room, and was diagnosed with meningitis. After four days of improvement, he was scheduled to be discharged when his condition worsened dramatically. His blood pressure, body temperature and sodium levels all […] [read more]
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Review: Walden; or, Life in the Woods by Henry David Thoreau
Soooooo........yeah. I just rated Walden, one of the great American classics, two stars. That probably says more about me than it does about the book, doesn't it? Don't answer that. [read more]
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Harlequin Black Friday Deals
What: Early Black Friday saleDiscount: 50% off select titles (print & ebook!)Includes recent releases such as No Limits by Lori Foster and Looking for Trouble by Victoria Dahl Run time: now – November 27Number of titles on-sale: 30 [read more]
Review: Sol Republic PUNK Wireless Speaker & Giveaway
Summary: Beware of PUNK. Smaller, tougher and louder than you would expect. Play it everywhere and take it anywhere. PUNK is fearless. Not afraid of water, dirt, or getting kicked around and gutsy enough to play music loud. If you won’t break the rules, PUNK will. [read more]
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Book Talk: MEN: NOTES FROM AN ONGOING INVESTIGATION, by Laura Kipnis
Men: Notes from an Ongoing Investigation Laura Kipnis (Facebook) (Twitter) [read more]
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Review: "The Woman Who Stole My Life" by Marian Keyes
Stella Sweeney, mom of two trying to get her life back, has always believed in the power of karma. One day she tries to do a good deed and the car crash that happens as a result has the power to change her life. She meets a man that day who turns up in her life later on when she least expects it and who has the ability to change her from ordinary Stella into the Stella of her dreams. [read more]
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Review: Waking Up Joy by Tina Ann Forkner
Waking Up Joy by Tina Ann Forkner [read more]
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Giveaway & Book Review: Napoleon by Andrew Roberts
The author’s astute understanding of the material has provided the book with a fresh take on a man that so much has been written about. Mr. Robert’s understanding of the times and personalities helped him convey that information in a clear, concise manner which kept this book relatively short (considering Napoleon’s notoriety and achievements). [read more]
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The Land of Laughs
After I read and loved The Ghost in Love by Jonathan Carroll in January, Chris said I had to read The Land of Laughs next because it is his favorite Carroll. It took me a couple of months to buy it and a couple more to get to reading it (I finished it at the end of August) and now it's taken me a couple of months to get around to reviewing it. Normally this would be an issue because I have a very short book memory but not in this case because I literally haven't stopped thinking about it sin ... [read more]
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Evergreen by Susan May Warren
Tis the season, guys!!!! Tis the season!!! [read more]
Release Day Tueaday: November 25, 2014
If you would like to have a book, DVD or Blu-ray featured on a Release Day Tuesday post, please email me at billyburgess20@hotmail.com! [read more]
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Review: The Subsequent Proposal by Joana Starnes
The fact that she had seen fit to accept him did bring a measure of surprise, particularly in view of her stilted disclosures about her broken heart — but also brought some sort of mild contentment, at the full knowledge that, in Miss Elliot’s kind and capable hands, Georgiana’s future would be safe and well […] [read more]
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Top Ten Tuesday: Winter TBR
Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted by The Broke and the Bookish. [read more]
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THE WITCH OF BLACKBIRD POND by Elizabeth George Speare
Our November Mother-Daughter Book Club pick was The Witch of Blackbird Pond by Elizabeth George Speare. I had never read it when I was my girls’ age, so this one was new to me. The Witch of Blackbird Pond opens when Kit Tyler, a 16 year-old who has grown up in Barbados, arrives in Connecticut read more » [read more]
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Monstrously Funny Cartons by Christopher Hart
Monstrously Funny Cartons by Christopher Hart [read more]
VCFA Reads - Mini Reviews (1)
I've been pretty inactive on the blog this year, and that needs to change, because I miss the outlet and connecting with you all. [read more]
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Nonfiction November: New to My TBR
After a month of McSlumpsALot over here, the last thing I needed were more titles to add to my TBR. Not that that's ever stopped me before, and it certainly didn't stop me this time around. There have been some amazing collections of nonfiction titles floating around out there for Nonfiction November. Some that stood out to me: [read more]
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Review, Excerpt & Giveaway: Full Throttle by Julie Ann Walker
Sexy heroes who moonlight as motorcycle mechanics? Yes, please! drey’s thoughts: Abby Thomson never thought that she’d be a target for kidnapping, not even as the younger daughter of the President of United States. Then it happens, and all she can do is hold on until help comes. Because she knows it’ll come, even if […] [read more]
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Airship Tour - Steampunk Fantasy by Lara Nance
Author Lara Nance hosts  [read more]
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My Sister's Grave - Robert Dugoni - Review AND Giveaway
I picked up Robert Dugoni's first novel way back in 2006 and have enjoyed every one since. His latest release is My Sister's Grave. [read more]
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Sunday Matters: A Sunday Where I Can Finally Rest!
You know how I am about grocery shopping but guess what folks? I got it ALL done Friday night! All of it. Even for the big meal on Thursday. I left work early for a doctor’s appointment, went to make another appointment for something else and the gals at the front desk told me they’d […] [read more]
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The Tattered Prayer Book by Ellen Bari, illustrated by Avi Katz
When young Ruthie finds a tattered prayer book in a box of old photographs marked Germany in her grandmother's house, she gets quite a surprise.  The prayer book in written in Hebrew and German and had apparently been burned.  Even more surprising - her grandmother tells Ruthie that the book came from Germany and it belongs to her father. [read more]
Cousin Kate by Georgette Heyer
Cousin Kate by Georgette Heyer [read more]
Saturday Roundup #4: Thanksgiving Edition
Thanksgiving is a great time to pause and read some books about this favorite holiday with the kids.  There are so many good books out there, but here are some I liked. [read more]
Station Eleven – Book Review
What was lost in the collapse: almost everything, almost everyone, but there is still such beauty. Twilight in the altered world, a performance of A Midsummer Night’s Dream in a parking lot in the mysteriously named town of St. Deborah by the Water, Lake Michigan shining a half mile away. - from Station Eleven – […] [read more]
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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]
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FOODFIC: Please Welcome Rob Carter, Author of The Language of Stones
Food is probably in everyone's top ten list when it comes to good things to think about, especially when you're hungry. So what better way to get further into your favorite novel than to consider what the characters might be eating? Willand, the young hero in my mythic history – The Language of Stones, was a lad from a village background with simple tastes. For him and the other people of the Vale, the staple diet was a late medieval pottage, or thick stew, that followed the seasons. ... [read more]
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NaNoWriMo Motivation (AND a Competition)
Is anyone out there participating in National Novel Writing Month? If you are, take heart, the end is in sight! But to give you a little extra motivation, our friends at HarperAcademic are here to help. Use their chart to... [read more]
The Midwife, Jennifer Worth
Ah, the miracle of pregnancy and childbirth.  That beautiful time when glowing women contentedly rub their ever-swelling bellies, whiling away the hours crafting beautiful hand-made works of art for their well-appointed nurseries.  When the time comes for the special bundle to make its way into the world, they execute their meticulously planned labor plans, breathing away the pain without the use of drugs, pushing for all of two minutes before the baby appears, perfectly formed, into the han ... [read more]
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Wee C Miniature Show 2014 Displays/3
Here's the last set of photos of some of the miniature displays at the Wee C Miniature Show in Elk Grove Village, Ill. Enjoy! (Click photo for larger image.) [read more]
Book Finds
Some recent books that have caught my attention: All of the following book descriptions are from the publishers’ blurbs Pioneer Girl: The Annotated Autobiography by Laura Ingalls Wilder – Releases December 12, 2014 Pioneer Girl follows the Ingalls family’s journey … Continue reading → [read more]
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Classic Club 50 Questions Survey
This has been hard work! Originally I thought I'd break the survey down over two or three posts but once I got started I just kept going and have really enjoyed reliving my Classics journey. And I'm loving reading every else's too. [read more]
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It's Monday, What Are You Reading (196)
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]
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Where Treetops Glisten Th ...
Where Treetops Glisten The crunch of newly fallen snow, the weight of wartime Siblings forging new paths and finding love in three stories, filled with the wonder of Christmas Turn back the clock to a different time, listen to Bing Crosby sing of sleigh bells in the snow, as the realities of America’s involvement in the Second World War change the lives of the Turner family in Lafayette, Indiana. [read more]
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On Being a Hufflepuff and The Sorcerer’s Stone
The first things I did on my Harry Potter journey were: 1. To create a Pottermore account. 2. To pick a Siamese cat as my animal (I now somewhat regret this decision made because I love the Siamese cats in Lady and the Tramp – my first learning moment). 3. To be selected by a redwood, unicorn core […] [read more]
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Fall
Is it me or is fall in all her gorgeous color and splendor simply flying by? One minute the leaves were beginning to turn and now it seems like they're almost all done. It make me a little sad. Makes me want to grip fall tight like Little Miss Whimsy's leaf bouquet. Fall is such a sweet sweet time. I wish it would last longer. Content Copyright © 2009-2014 Tales of Whimsy. All Rights Reserved. [read more]
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What Are You Thankful For?
Just in case I was not fully aware of my blessings, on Thankgiving Day of 2007 I received a powerful reminder of how much I have to be thankful for.  The health and safety of my loved ones and I is by far the most important of all my possessions, and a reason to be grateful each and every day.  If you happen upon these words I wish you happy travels this holiday season, excellent food, wonderful company, a treasure trove of laughter, and no shortage of hugs from those in your innermost circl ... [read more]
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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]
The Promise by Beth Wiseman
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Sunday Salon: October 26, 2014
The Scene: 5:45 am (Pacific Time) - am in SFO visiting friends so thought I would use the time difference making me a morning person and get some blogging done - finally!! [read more]
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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]
"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]
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#FridayReads: Voyage of Strangers by Elizabeth Zelvin
Taino symbol of a sun (Photo: Wikipedia)The year is 1493, and young Jewish sailor Diego Mendoza has returned from Columbus’s triumphant first voyage with tales of lush landscapes, rivers running with gold, and welcoming locals. But back home in Spain, Diego finds the Inquisition at its terrifying peak, and he must protect his spirited sister, Rachel, from betrayal and death. [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]
Rain, Rain, Go Away
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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]
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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]
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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]
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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]
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An Answer: Cute and Sad
Well there were a number of guesses for this  week’s WIIW. [read more]
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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]
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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]
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Unstoppble - S.R. Johannes
Unstoppable - S.R. Johannes (author) [read more]
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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]
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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]
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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]
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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]
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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]
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Review: Essentialism: The Disciplined Pursuit of Less
Author:  Greg McKeown [read more]
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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]
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Picture Book: 10 Easter Egg Hunters
10 Easter Egg Hunters by Janet Schulman, Linda Davick (Illustrator) Wake up, Bunny, move those legs, You've not much time to hide those eggs! By dawn the kids will want to search. Please, please don't leave them in the lurch. [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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