Tag Archives: William Morrow

A Second Helping from Hazel Gaynor – Cover Reveal

I had the chance to read the first novel from Helen Gaynor about the Titanic https://poofbooks.wordpress.com/2014/04/24/a-titanic-memory-the-girl-who-came-home/, that too had a beautiful cover. Next up from Gaynor is A MEMORY OF VIOLETS and it too has a cover that will catch … 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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Someone Else’s Love Story – She Reads September Pick

I am back in the groove with the amazing She Reads Book Club, been a little out of synch. This book by Joshilyn Jackson is the perfect reason why I am so thankful to the club for their book eye. … Continue reading

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Brothers Grimm Celebrate 200 Years

December 20th, 2012 marks the 200th Anniversary of the Brothers Grimm Fairy Tales. For those real fans you know these are not tales for the light-hearted. It has been a great Fall for reading books honoring or inspired by the anniversary. … Continue reading

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A Christmas Tale from Charles Todd

My other half and sometimes better half is a voracious reader. Seldom are we interested in the same books but when I saw the chance to receive a book by Charles Todd I was too excited because he speaks to highly … Continue reading

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A novel that spans three decades that will take hold of your heart till its end

Duncan Jepson the author of ALL THE FLOWERS IN SHANGHAI should be awarded praise for his ability to walk in the shoes of Feng, a Chinese girl, in 1930s Shanghai.  This novel was profoundly sad from start to finish, but the writing was so beautiful … Continue reading

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Nothing charming about the magic at 666 Park Avenue

There is something sinister brewing at 666 PARK AVENUE thanks to the witching mind of author Gabriella Pierce.  I read this book earlier in the year and loved it. Why I did not do a post earlier in the year is a mystery in and of … Continue reading

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A Jane Austen Finish to the Summer

While summer is officially with us till later in September, it always seems after Labor Day we leave summer behind us. With that in mind, my plan was to read MY JANE AUSTEN SUMMER: A SEASON IN MANSFIELD PARK by Cindy Jones prior to … Continue reading

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