Category Archives: Reading

Historical Fiction Virtual Book Tour Stop: RODIN’S LOVER

It is January and that means it is time for the next Heather Webb (@msheatherwebb) historical fiction novel.  This time I was proud to join the blog tour hosted by Amy Bruno and her Historical Fiction Virtual Book Tour (@hfvbt): … Continue reading

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A Touching Story for the Season

THE CHRISTMAS TRAIN by Rexanne Becnel from Pocket Star eBooks was a touching story that can be read in one sitting but has moments that will stay in your heart for a long time to come.  A little girl, Anna, … Continue reading

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Clever Book that Holds Many Cures

THE NOVEL CURE FROM ABANDONMENT TO ZESTLESSNESS: 751 BOOKS TO CURE WHAT AILS YOU  by Ella Bethoud and Susan Elderkin from Penguin Books is a Physicians Desk Reference but for novels.  Completely jealous that Bethoud and Elderkin thought of this … Continue reading

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A River of Time Controlled by Feelings

Bee Ridgeway has crafted a story of politics, historical dimensions, trust & mistrust and love but all the while captured my interest with time travel right in the core of THE RIVER OF NO RETURN.  An 18th century Lord is … Continue reading

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Oh How I Love a Vintage Read

VINTAGE by Susan Gloss from William Morrow is that perfect start to the summer reading season novel.  Once you visit Violet Turner’s vintage clothing store Hourglass Village in Madison, WI. you will want to stay. Things are very good for … Continue reading

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ONE HUNDRED NAMES by Cecelia Ahern

If you are a serial Cecelia Ahern reader and appreciator do not miss her latest, ONE HUNDRED NAMES.   Journalist Kitty Logan has been trying to get up the strength to visit her dying publisher/mentor and friend in the hospital … Continue reading

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LOST LAKE Is a Magical Read Not to be Missed

LOST LAKE is the latest by Sarah Addison Allen and the March Selection for the She Reads Book Club. I have been introduced to many wonderful reads by the She Reads mavens that select our reads but I needed no … Continue reading

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