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A Bit of Magic in A Garden of Secrets

THE MEMORY GARDEN by Mary Rickert from Sourcebooks in an old run down Victorian outside of town lived Nan and her daughter Bay.  Bay is not Nan’s biological daughter in fact she was left at her door when she was … Continue reading

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THE GIRL WHO CAME HOME  by Hazel Gaynor from Sourcebooks was a beautiful debut novel and a special way to remember the tragic events of the maiden voyage of the Titanic.  The Titanic sank in April over 100 years ago. … Continue reading

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Far Beyond Maps – A History of Faith

THE MAPMAKER’S DAUGHTER By Laurel Corona Published by Sourcebooks I was so not expecting the contents of what I found inside this read. The cover is beautiful and I mistakenly thought this was going to be all about maps and … Continue reading

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Sunday = Paris à la Source Books

Seeing Paris in a book title is an automatic trigger for me to wish to own it.  I won the lottery to have received and read two February releases from the Sourcebooks family. Both of these books have Paris front … Continue reading

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