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November 20, 2021

5 Entertaining Children's Books



Here in the U.S. we are headed into a holiday week which means rambunctious kids at home at least for part of the week if not all of it. Whether you are planning a quiet Thanksgiving at home and want some reading material to enjoy with your young readers or are needing something to keep them entertained while you prep or travel for the holidays, MK and Donna have some great recommendations for you.

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November 19, 2021

Miss Eliza's English Kitchen by Annabel Abbs ~ an Audiobook Review

by Donna Huber


It's Nonfiction November and everywhere you look readers are talking about all the great nonfiction they are reading. If you haven't read much in nonfiction since your school days. Well, you aren't alone. A few years ago I was in the same boat. How did I get started reading (and enjoying) nonfiction? I read fiction (mostly historical fiction) that was based on real people or events. These dramatizations led me to want to know more about the person or event. If you are finding yourself wanting to read nonfiction but not quite ready (or not sure where to start) to take the plunge, then I have the perfect book for you today - Miss Eliza's English Kitchen by Annabel Abbs.

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November 18, 2021

5 Great Romance Novels That Are Not Holiday Themed

by MK French

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For the last couple of months, there has been Christmas romance novel after holiday romance novle hitting shelves. And they are great fun to read, but they are kind of like sugar cookies and Christmas music. Wonderful as they are, you have to take a break every once in a while. Thankfully there have been plenty of non-holiday-themed romance novels coming out as well. Today, I share 5 recent and upcoming releases.

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Q&A with Clark Rich Burbidge, author of StarPassage: Cyber Plague


Clark Burbidge was born and raised in the high mountain valleys of the Rockies. He earned an MBA from the University of Southern California and a BS from the University of Utah. Clark and his wife, Leah, live near Salt Lake City, Utah, where they enjoy their blended family of 10 children and nine grandchildren.

Clark's award-winning works include the StarPassage series, Giants in the Land trilogy, the acclaimed Christmas book A Piece of Silver: A Story of Christ, and a nonfiction work, Living in the Family Blender: 10 Principles of a Successful Blended Family.

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November 17, 2021

Woodrow on the Bench by Jenna Blum ~ a Review

by Susan Roberts



“For anyone who’s ever loved an old dog.”


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November 16, 2021

Two New Books in Science Nonfiction

by Donna Huber



I'm continuing my Nonfiction November reading with a couple more science nonfiction books. If you missed it, I reviewed The Unseen Body, a medical memoir by Jonathan Reisman. I've continued my medical/science reading with Patient Zero and The Other Dark Matter. They are both interesting and informative reads.

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November 15, 2021

Last Stop on the 6 by Patricia Dunn ~ a Review

by MK French


Angela Campanosi left Pelham Bay in the Bronx after an accident left her brother Jimmy paralyzed. Ten years later, Angela returned from LA for Jimmy's wedding, but the groom disappeared and left behind a cryptic note. Angela’s mother won't tell Jimmy’s fiancĂ©e, her father goes on a bender, her ex-boyfriend runs the family exterminating business, and her stepfather just wants to feed everyone. It's up to Angela to find Jimmy, learning about herself and the family she left behind.

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November 14, 2021

The Wedding Crasher and the Cowboy by Robin Bielman ~ a Review

by Susan Roberts



"How had she landed herself in this much hot water so darn soon." (p 6)

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