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September 18, 2021

3 Anthologies to Read This Fall

by MK French

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The leaves are changing and the weather has a bit of a crisp chill. It is the perfect time for horror and speculative fiction. Fall often means busy schedules car pick-up lines and afterschool activities. Short stories are a great way to squeeze in a bit of "me time" while waiting on the kids. 

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September 17, 2021

A Lesson in Murder by Verity Bright ~ a Review

by Donna Huber


Lady Eleanor Swift has been invited to be the guest of honor at her childhood boarding school's Speach Day. As usual, trouble follows when her favorite teacher is found dead in the library. Chief Inspector Hugh Seldon has no choice but to enlist the help of Eleanor and her butler Clifford as his presence at the prestigious all-girls school would raise concern among the wealthier and more powerful parents. Will they be able to solve the case without causing a scandal?

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September 16, 2021

Jane of Battery Park by Jaye Viner ~ a Review

by Susan Roberts



Jane is a Los Angeles nurse who grew up in a Christian cult that puts celebrities on trial for their sins. 

Daniel is a has-been actor whose career ended when the cult family members nearly killed him for flirting with her

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September 15, 2021

Learn more about The Mackenzie Chronicles setting: a guest post by Brenda Whiteside (@brendawhitesid2)


I met a guy on a trip to San Francisco when I was seventeen. While dancing under psychedelic lights, Jim Morrison cranking out the lyrics to a Doors song, he asked me where I lived. When I told him Arizona, he said, “Do you have grass in Arizona?” And he was referring to the kind we water and mow. Considering I grew up in Phoenix, the question wasn’t too ridiculous and alludes to why I never really liked my hometown.

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September 14, 2021

2 New Suspense Novels to Read Now

by Donna Huber


As the weather cools I start to gravitate more towards thrillers and gritty suspense novels. I recently finished two that were excellent and you really should add them to your reading list now!

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Unearthed: A Jessica Cruz Story by Lilliam Rivera ~ a Review

by MK French


Jessica Cruz has to navigate her life as a DREAMer in Coast City, but she is also a Green Lantern. Like every other Green Lantern, she has to fight for what she believes in while facing overwhelming odds.

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September 13, 2021

Better to Trust by Heather Frimmer ~ a Review

by Susan Roberts



When trust is violated, can it ever be recovered?


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September 12, 2021

Beyond the Tides by Liz Johnson ~ a Review

by Susan Roberts


"But sometimes in the midst of the pain, it's hard to hear the truth.  Sometimes when the pain is too loud, all we can hear is the person crying with us. And that sounds a lot like love." (p 169)

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