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May 15, 2021

Take Your Charming Somewhere Else by Katie Rose Guest Pryal

by Susan Roberts

Fun book to read

"Rolling her eyes, Lala pulled a bottle from the wall, mixing him a quick gin and tonic.  'Here, take your charming somewhere else.'"  (p 95)

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May 14, 2021

The Red Rover Series by C. E. Whitaker III ~ a Review

by MK French


Today I have reviews of a young adult space opera series. I reviewed book 1 back in 2019 and now I'm sharing my thoughts on books 2 - 4. And it's a great time to get started on this series as book 5, Fulmination, just came out last month. The ebooks for this series are all free reads for Kindle Unlimited subscribers.

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May 13, 2021

2 New Books about Female Friendship

by Susan Roberts

Perfect summer reading

In the past I didn't like books with the world GIRL in the title - I felt that it made the women in the story to be more girl than woman.  After reading several of these books, I've changed my mind and see the word GIRL from another viewpoint - "Like it or not, but Girl in the title has come to mean nuanced, multifaceted, and true-to-life woman. Sugar and spice optional." (Readers Digest)

Here are reviews of two recently published books with the word GIRL in the title.

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May 12, 2021

Piranesi by Susanna Clarke ~ a Review

by Alison DeLuca


After Jonathon Strange and Mr. Norrell was published, I devoured it in huge gulps. I loved the imagination behind Clarke's novel of the Napoleonic Wars - fought in an England where there was Magick, both old and new. If you haven't read it yet, and you like history as well as fantasy, I highly recommend Jonathon Strange. (The Netflix series is excellent as well.)

And then I waited for another novel from Clarke... and waited. And waited. Every so often, I would do a Google search, hoping that she had somehow produced another book in secret.

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May 11, 2021

The Joy of Living by Barry Shore ~ a Review

by MK French


Barry Shore is the self-proclaimed Ambassador of Joy and has a new book with the idea of helping others beat stress and learn to live better. He certainly knows how stressful life can be, opening his book with the story of how he suddenly was paralyzed in 2004 when his peripheral nervous system shut down. He sought to find meaning in his life, and since then has worked to help others.

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May 10, 2021

The Newcomer by Mary Kay Andrews ~ a Review

by Donna Huber


After Nancy Thayer, Mary Kay Andrews is the next author I can't wait to read when beach book season rolls around. If you haven't read one of her summer novels, they aren't fluff. They can be pretty intense reads at times and The Newcomer puts the reader on high alert right from the first page.

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May 9, 2021

2 Illustrated Stories to Read

by MK French


Do you enjoy Japanese manga or do you prefer the more American-style graphic novel? Today, I have one of each for you.

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