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November 13, 2021

The Ride of Her Life by Elizabeth Letts ~ a Review

by MK French


In 1954, 63-year-old Annie Wilkes was given two years to live. She lost her farm, had no money or family, and refused to live in a county care home waiting to die. Instead, she bought a horse and brought her dog with her on a cross-country journey to see the Pacific Ocean before she died. Annie hoped that the kindness of strangers could point her in the right direction, even in a rapidly changing America.

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the moon won't be dared by Anne Leigh Parrish ~ a Poetry Review

by Susan Roberts


I'll admit that I haven't read much poetry in the last several years.  After I read the moon won't be dared, I wondered why not.  Many fiction authors seem to believe that more is best in their writing and descriptions.  This book of poetry is sparse on words. - words that have been carefully chosen to celebrate the mood of the poem.

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November 12, 2021

2 New Suspense Novels

by Susan Roberts



I always enjoy reading a good suspense novel -   one that is full of roller coaster surprises and a plot that keeps you guessing until the end.

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November 11, 2021

The First Christmas: A Story of New Beginnings by Stephen Mitchell ~ a Review

by Donna Huber


Many authors have taken the Biblical account of the Messiah's birth and dramatized the story with details to give it a more colorful or intimate feel. I wasn't sure what to expect from Stephen Mitchell's version. From the description, it almost sounded as if it should be nonfiction, but with chapters told from the point of view of the ox and donkey, then it is at least some blend of fiction and nonfiction.

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November 10, 2021

The Riviera House by Natasha Lester ~ a Review

by Susan Roberts



‘Art is all we have when words fail us, when mankind fails us and when we each fail each other. If we don’t save these works, we can’t save ourselves.’

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Phase Six by Jim Shepard: Book Review #Pandemic

by Alison DeLuca



I'm not sure why I'm drawn to books about pandemics.

Phase Six, starts with this idea: What if we learnt nothing at all from COVID-19? It's all too easy to imagine, and Jim Shepard's novel follows that concept. 

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November 9, 2021

Grimm Tales from the Cave ~ a Review

by MK French


Mad Cave Studios ran a talent search in 2020, and those winners along with horror writers created a collection of modern terror tales based on Grimm stories. Artist Andrea Mutti also provided illustrations for this anthology. 

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November 8, 2021

A Couple of Charming Cozy Mysteries

by Donna Huber

Charming Cozy Mysteries

I love cozy mysteries. They're usually light, fluffy reads that I don't have to worry about having a sex scene in the middle of. One of my favorite series recently had a new book come out and I discovered a new series while looking for an audiobook to listen to while I cleaned. They are both quick, fun reads - great for those wanting a fun read that's not holiday-themed.

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November 7, 2021

Half-baked Holidays by Kat Bastion ~ a Review

by MK French


Half-baked Holidays is a collection of five romantic comedies all with a holiday theme. 

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