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March 14, 2020

March 13, 2020

How a Bookworm Prepares for an Emergency

by Donna Huber

How does a bookworm prepare for an emergency? Hint: It isn't by stocking up on toilet paper.

March 12, 2020

The Forgotten Letters of Esther Durrant by Kayte Nunn ~ a Review

by Susan Roberts

"Esther was dumbfounded.  He'd left her there.  She'd heard of husbands committing their wives to insane asylums - for she under no illusion now, that this was what this godforsaken place must surely be - but had never imagined John would do such a thing to her, despite everything that had happened." (Esther - p 54)

March 11, 2020

Nothing to See Here by Kevin Wilson - a Review

by Alison DeLuca

Gosh, there's a lot going on this week. What else is a reader to do but disappear into a good book and forget the news?

BONUS - you can buy ebooks without touching money or leaving your safe space.

March 10, 2020

The Oracle Code by Marieke Nijkamp ~ a Review

by MK French

Barbara Gordon was left paralyzed after a gunshot wound and is recuperating in the Arkham Center for Independence. She is sure that odd noises and disappearing patients are pieces to a larger puzzle, and is determined to follow them rather than make friends with remaining patients. In spite of herself, they come to matter to her, and she won't sit back when they can no longer be found.

March 9, 2020

Don't Put the Boats Away by Ames Sheldon ~ Review

by Susan Roberts

"Eddie's death nearly killed me.  It wasn't until I started wondering what I could do with my experience of suffering that I started to find my way.  Helping others deal with their own grief is where I found the meaning for my life." (p 191)

March 8, 2020

The Lane Betrayal by John A. Heldt ~ a Review

by Donna Huber

On the heels of completing the Carson Chronicles, John Heldt is back with another time-traveling family drama. The Lane Betrayal is the first book in the new Time Box series. If you've enjoyed his previous books then you definitely want to pick up this book.