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October 19, 2017

Review: In Real Life by Cory Doctorow and Jen Wang

by MK French

Anda is a gamer that was invited to Coarsegold Online. While there, she makes friends with others in her guild and even got to know a gold farmer from China. This makes her realize that games are more than just fun for people and that real life can be very different from a game.

October 18, 2017

Review: Last Christmas in Paris by Hazel Gaynor and Heather Webb #TLCBookTours and #LastChristmasInParis

by Susan Roberts

In August, 1914, England was at war and many men joined up to fight the Germans in a war that they believed would be over by Christmas.  Left behind in England were the families of the soldiers who were proud of their men for going off to war.  Four years later, the war still raged on and instead of joy and hope, the families in England and the soldiers themselves were full of despair and depression.  Last Christmas in Paris provides an up close look at the families and the soldiers during this 'war to end all wars'.

October 17, 2017

Review: The Dream Keeper's Daughter by Emily Colin

by MK French

Isabel was crushed when her boyfriend Max abruptly disappeared after finding out she was pregnant. Six years prior to that, her mother had disappeared abruptly, too. Determined not to let it prevent her from being a good mother to her daughter Finn, she worked hard at graduate school to become an archaeologist. That peace is shattered when Max calls her while she's on a dig.

October 16, 2017

Halloween Reads Part 2 - Red Queen by Christina Henry #MondayBlogs

by Elisabeth Scherer

I'm back with another Halloween read for you today. It is the second book in The Chronicles of Alice duology, Red Queen by Christina Henry.

Review: How to Make Life Nice by Sarah Ménage #MondayBlogs

by Susan Roberts

It's always nice to read books with characters older than 50 who are still trying to figure out their lives.

October 15, 2017

10 Questions with Allan Topol, author of WASHINGTON POWER PLAY

Washington Power Play is Allan Topol’s 13th novel of international intrigue. Two of them, Spy Dance and Enemy My Enemy, were national bestsellers. His novels have been translated into Japanese, Portuguese and Hebrew. One was optioned and three are in development for movies. More recently, many of his books focused on his Craig Page series, including The Argentine Triangle, The Russian Endgame, Spanish Revenge, China Gambit and Italian Divide.

In addition to his fiction writing, Allan Topol co-authored a two-volume legal treatise entitled Superfund Law and Procedure. A graduate of Yale University Law School, he is a partner in a major Washington law firm, and has traveled extensively researching locations for his novels. He wrote a weekly column for and has published articles in numerous periodicals including the New York Times, Washington Post, and Yale Law Journal. He also has blogged for Huffington Post. For more information, visit


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