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Reflections on the #AtoZChallenge

by Donna Huber For the A to Z Challenge, I discussed different book genres/categories. Each day, I gave a few details about the genre/catego...

August 3, 2018

Paradox Forged in Blood by Mary Frances Fisher ~ A Review

by MK French

On December 23, 1938, a murder during a robbery in Millionaire's Row shocks the families. Louis Sheridan was a socialite and left behind his wife, two sons and infant daughter, who was looked after by Ellen O'Malley, who had previously experienced loss herself. Over the next five decades, the Sheridan and O'Malley families are linked together not just by this tragedy, but by friendship and guilt as well.

August 2, 2018

This Series Causes Me to Lose Sleep ~ #TheGatewayChronicles by @KBHoyle_Author

by Donna Huber

Even though I've read The Gateway Chronicles at least 3 times, I still stay up way too late reading it every night. I'm seriously sleep deprived at the moment, but I can't put the books down. If you haven't read this series now is the perfect time to start. K. B. Hoyle is releasing updated and, in some cases slightly expanded, editions this summer.

August 1, 2018

The Solace of Water by @ElizabethYounts ~ A Review

by Susan Roberts

"It was like lamenting over thirst while the solace of water was close at hand. But I'd remained empty and instead of taking a long drink of healing and offering forgiveness, I'd poured the water onto the earth to satisfy the bitter roots I harvested daily.  Could water even satisfy my thirst anymore?"

July 30, 2018

Donna's Month of Reading #MondayBlogs

by Donna Huber
In my mailbox

July has been a good month for reading - 12 books finished! Probably because I took a week off from the day job. I did a few projects around the house: replaced dryer vent, mailbox, and bathroom faucet. But then I hung out with my niece, spent time in the pool, and read. The above picture is of the fun stuff I found in the mailbox this month. I took advantage of a great Prime Day deal to get a Kindle to replace my now non-supported 1st generation Nook. I tried the Nook Glowlight 3 that B&N was offering a great deal on for those who would be affected when they took the 1st generation Nook offline, but it just didn't work for me and was just way too frustrating. I'm very happy with my Kindle Paperwhite.

July 29, 2018

Shadow's Bane by Karen Chance ~ A Review

by MK French

Dory is a dhampir, half human and half vampire. She was given a spot on the Vampire Senate because there is an upcoming war between vampires and Faerie, and they want a position of strength. In addition to the inevitable politicking and threats to her life, she is looking for a friend's missing nephew, which leads to the discovery of an illegal fight club ring. There's a bigger conspiracy at work, and Dory's vampire half is aware of more of it than she is.