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January 5, 2019

5 New Novels for Fans of WWII Stories

by Susan Roberts


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Now that the holidays are over, there are lots of new books being published.  There are some fantastic new historical fiction books set during the WWII era.  Here are reviews of five of them.

January 4, 2019

Making Time for the Things You Love

by C. M. North


Goodreads has a way of making me feel nervous, joyous and depressed, all at the same time. I love it as a book community, but every time I visit (which is usually several times a day) I can’t help checking for new reviews of 22 Scars, which is where the nervousness comes in - what if there’s a new bad review?

January 3, 2019

The Duke I Once Knew by @OliviaDrake1 ~ a Review & Excerpt

by MK French


Abigail Linton and Maxwell Bryce had romantic feelings for each other when young, but Max and his infant sister were brought to London after his mother's death. Fifteen years later, Abigail had gotten fed up with her older siblings perpetually using her to soothe their lives with no consideration for her wants. She accepts the post of governess for Max's younger sister, thinking that he would be away from the estate. Circumstances send him back to the estate along with his libertine friends, and the two meet again for the first time in fifteen years.

January 2, 2019

Ethan Frome by Edith Wharton ~ a Discussion

by Donna Huber

I enjoyed doing the Great Read PBS posts last year, so I think I'm going to continue to do that type post with books that I'm not truly reviewing. I hope you enjoy the fun facts and a different look at books.

December 31, 2018

Donna's December Reading Wrap-up #MondayBlogs

by Donna Huber



Here we are: the last day of 2018. It has been a great reading year. I've read/listened to 118 books (because I'm counting the stories in A Christmas Treasury as separate "books" - I'm not going to read them all this year so I thought it was a good way to get credit for what I did read), which is 3 more than last year and 18 more than my goal of 100 books. December was an average reading month (thanks to short stories). I enjoyed a few Christmas stories and a short break from review copies.

December 30, 2018

A Year of Reviews 2018



Here we are almost at the end of 2018. It has been a great year and we so appreciate you sharing your reading life with us. We have reviewed, for the most, some really wonderful books this year. I wanted to take a moment to look back at all the books we reviewed this year in case you missed any. If you want to find out which ones were our favorites be sure to check out Donna's Books to Give as Gifts and Best of the Bunch 2018, Sue's Best of 2018 Book List, and MK's Year End Round Up.

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