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March 16, 2019

The Unicorn Anthology by Peter S. Beagle, editor ~ a Review

by MK French

Peter S. Beagle has written a lot of books within the fantasy genre, but remains best known for his novel "The Last Unicorn." As a result, he was a natural choice to curate this collection. There are a number of renowned authors of fantasy included in this collection, so it's a great opportunity to see unicorn themed work from them.

March 15, 2019

Until the Day I Die by Emily Carpenter ~ a Review

by Susan Roberts

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I made the mistake of starting this book late in the day. I didn't put it down until I finished it at 3 a.m. It was a roller coaster ride of a story told by two strong women that kept me guessing until the end. Emily Carpenter continues to bring us books that keep her readers in suspense from the first page until the end.

March 14, 2019

Say You're Sorry by Karen Rose ~ a Review

by Donna Huber

Clear your calendar before starting this book. I've stayed up way too late (and I'm very disciplined about going to bed on time) this week because I could not put this book down. "One more chapter" turned into 2 more hours (and several chapters) of reading each night. I'm totally exhausted, but I loved every minute of it.

March 13, 2019

The Hunger by Alma Katsu - #BookReview #Horror #DonnerParty

by Alison DeLuca

I was really excited to read The Hunger by Alma Katsu. The sneak peek on Amazon was Katsu's Prologue, which was both fascinating and scary. I'd always wanted to learn more about the Donner tragedy, so I purchased it right away.

cover of The Hunger

March 12, 2019

California Girls by Susan Mallery ~ a Review

by Susan Roberts
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The California sunshine’s not quite so bright for three sisters who get dumped in the same week…

March 11, 2019

Meet Ana from An Unexpected Escapade by Kandi J. Wyatt

This middle-grades fantasy is releasing on April 9th! Pre-order now for just 99 cents!

Today, we get to know Ana, one of the characters in this new book from Kandi J. West. Keep reading after the interview to enter the giveaway.

March 10, 2019

House of Stone and Ivy by Anita Stansfield ~ a Review

by MK French

Hennie and Lottie were close friends when they were in the same orphanage and workhouse. They separated afterward, but Lottie soon was able to track Hennie down to explain how she found work posing as a man. Hennie is glad to leave the job she had in order to join her, though she is increasingly nervous when she realizes it is the manor home she had lived in with her mother prior to her death. No one recognized Hennie, and she is able to pull off the deception, even making friends. It turns out that the blacksmith is her former childhood friend, also in disguise. They grow even closer and decide that their path forward eventually includes honesty for everyone.