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November 23, 2017

Review: Death at the Paris Exposition by Frances McNamara

by Donna Huber

I don't typically read books set at the turn of the century, but recently I've read several set at the end of the 1800s, early 1900s. And you know what, I've really enjoyed them. Death at the Paris Exposition is set in 1900 and I was thoroughly invested in the story.

November 22, 2017

2 Books About Teenage Daughters

by Susan Roberts

Anyone who has ever had a teenager, knows a teenager or WAS a teenager, knows how difficult they can be.  I have two November books for you today that center on teenage daughters. One is fiction and set in the 1960s about a daughter who dropped out of college to become a social worker in a poor area of Georgia. The other is the true story set in modern times when a daughter makes plans to move to another country to meet the 'love of her life' that she's only known on social media.

November 21, 2017

Review: Renegades by Marissa Meyer

by MK French

The Renegades are a group of powered individuals that had helped bring the city out of chaos from the Age of Anarchy. They're hailed as heroes and are working to rebuild everything that had been destroyed in the riots and loss of administration and government. Nova has as much reason to hate them as the other villains they had conquered, but they have no idea who she is. As a result, an elaborate scheme is hatched to discover the best way to take the Renegades out from the inside, if she can follow through with it.

Donna Migliaccio: Searching for Inspration

“I have learned, and been happy.” – T.H. White, The Once and Future King

There have been so many authors whose work has inspired my own, especially fantasy authors. I love Neil Gaiman, Ursula K. LeGuin, J.R.R. Tolkien and Terry Pratchett. But it's T.H. White's The Once and Future King that really spoke to me and made me want to write in the genre.

November 20, 2017

Review: The Paris Secret by Karen Swan #MondayBlogs #TLCBookTours #TheParisSecret

by Susan Roberts

I have to admit that if a book has the word PARIS in the title, I am going to read it. Sometimes I get a good book and sometimes not. This time I was thrilled because this is a fantastic book. I have never read anything else by Karen Swan but I plan to read her previous books.

November 19, 2017

Review: Living the Good Death by Scott Baron

by MK French

A young girl that thinks she is Death stumbles through life as an ordinary human, and her attempts to return to the realm of death send her to the psychiatric ward. She makes a friend there and soon discovers that life can indeed be worth living.


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