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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...

May 18, 2019

When you're too sick to read

by Donna Huber

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I came down with a horrible upper respiratory infection and spent the past week in varying degrees of sickness. I spiked a high fever on Thursday night which meant a day home from work on Friday. I was thinking, "yeah, a day of reading". But as the illness worsened the less focus I had for a book. So what do you when you are too sick to read? Watch bookish television and of course, audiobooks.

May 17, 2019

The Question Authority by Rachel Cline

The Question Authority is a timely and moving novel about what happens when childhood best friends face the damage done by the teacher who molested them both.

May 16, 2019

Captain Marvel: Liberation Run by Tess Sharpe

by MK French

Carol Danvers, as Captain Marvel, possesses great powers and uses them to help multiple planets across the galaxy. When she saves a ship from crashing, she discovers that the pilot Rhi is an Inhuman that had been enslaved so that her owner could gain prestige. Horrified, Carol gathers a few more superheroes to liberate Rhi's people.

May 15, 2019

The Southern Side of Paradise by Kristy Woodson Harvey ~ a Review

by Susan Roberts

Growing up, I didn't like surprises. Not surprise parties, not presents. Even losing a tooth was steeped in horror, as I couldn't stand the idea of some tiny Tinkerbell sneaking under my pillow unannounced. My grandmother, the one who lived her entire life in what was now my white clapboard house on the waterfront in Peachtree Bluff, Georgia's historic downtown, used to say 'Honey, you better get used to that, because life is nothing but one big surprise after another, you can plot and plan, but God will always have the last word."  (Chapter 1)

May 14, 2019

The Night Window by Dean Koontz ~ a Review

by MK French

In the fifth and final book of the Jane Hawk series, Jane continues to try to collect proof to bring down the Arcadians. In the meantime, Hollister tries to stalk a filmmaker on the "Hamlet list" for his own amusement, and nothing goes according to plan.

May 13, 2019

Lady Mechanika Vol. 5: La Belle Dame Sans Merci ~ a Review

 by MK French

Lady Mechanika still doesn't know her past, but she is putting that investigation on hold. Her friend Mr. Lewis seems to be falling for a young widow who seems to be connected to the deaths of several creative geniuses.

May 12, 2019

Ashes in a Coconut by Bo Kearns ~ a Review

by MK French

Laura Harrison accompanied her husband Jack to Indonesia when he is set to take over as president of a troubled bank. She's intending to save her marriage, even though she has the feeling that something terrible is about to happen. She finds meaning in helping to save endangered orangutans and their habitat, but her husband is caught up in a lot of shady dealings that start to force them apart.