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June 25, 2018

Donna's June Reading Round Up #MondayBlogs

by Donna Huber

This month has gone by really quickly. I had a 2-day conference at the beginning of the month and ending the month at a 3-day intensive science writing workshop. In between these work obligations, I've squeezed in a few books, including 2 audiobooks to celebrate Audio Book Month.

June 24, 2018

One for the Rogue by Manda Collins ~ A Review

by MK French

Gemma Hastings, one of the four scholars that Lady Celeste had bequeathed her estate to, is determined to further her studies into geology and fossils. She has no interest in marriage, and especially not with her brother-in-law, Lord Cameron Lisle. But rumors of a fantastic fossil skull on the grounds of the estate leads to death and danger for everyone involved.

June 23, 2018

The Beedog by Addie Broussard ~ A #KidLit Review & Giveaway

by Donna Huber

The Beedog Tour

Have you ever encountered something so fascinating that you had to tell everyone about it?

The Beedog introduces readers to an intriguing little insect that author Addie Broussard encountered while on a trip in Portugal.

But this is no ordinary bug.

Its uniqueness will capture the imagination of young ones while peaking their interest in scientific discovery.

June 22, 2018

3 Novels for Fantasy Fans

by MK French

Fantasy is a huge genre and today I have magical realism, paranormal and epic. Do you have a preferred subgenre of fantasy?

June 20, 2018

5 Books I Hope to Read by the Pool

by Donna Huber

Both MK and Susan have provided recommendations of books to read at the beach this summer. I'm not much of a beach fan (I love the ocean, but not the sand). Instead, I spend my weekends at my parents' pool. I have five books that I hope to read this summer.


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