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Reflections on the #AtoZChallenge

by Donna Huber For the A to Z Challenge, I discussed different book genres/categories. Each day, I gave a few details about the genre/catego...

September 10, 2022

The Best is Yet to Come by Debbie Macomber ~ a Review

by Donna Huber


Hope teaches at the local high school and volunteers at the animal shelter. When a "dangerous" dog is brought in, Hope knows he just needs someone to show him the world isn't as bad as he has experienced so far. But when Cade shows up at the shelter to work off his community service, is her heart open enough to let him in too?

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September 9, 2022

My Name Is Ona Judge by Suzette D. Harrison ~ a Review

by Susan Roberts


My Name is Ona Judge
by Suzette D. Harrison is a dual timeline historical fiction/modern-day novel about Ona Judge and her life as a slave.  Who is Ona Judge, you ask?  She was a real person who was a slave in the George Washington household in Mt Vernon and traveled with the family to Washington DC after Washington was elected president.  Since I'd never heard of her before or been taught about her in school, I googled her and found many books written about this woman and her escape from slavery.

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September 8, 2022

4 Must Read Books for Fans of Young Adult Fiction

by MK French


School is back in session and students are needing books for daily reading assignments and book reports or, you know, just enjoyment. If you have a teen looking for something new to read or you enjoy young adult fiction, you will want to add these to your fall reading list.

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September 7, 2022

One Hundred Saturdays by Michael Frank ~ a Review

by Donna Huber


Michael Frank met Stella Levi at a lecture. Stella connected with something inside Michael and asked him to correct a speech she was set to give. This started their Saturday meetings. Over the course of 100 Saturdays, Stella and Michael met in her New York City apartment where she shared her life story. In her 90s she shares stories that she has rarely shared with anyone. But it's not just her stories that she shares. She also shares commentary on her life history. Michael records these stories and insights while also sharing some of his own research on some of the history she touches on. Stella is one of few Jews who survived the deportation of 1600+ Jews from Rhodes during World War II.

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September 6, 2022

Death Down the Aisle by Verity Bright ~ a Review

by Donna Huber


Lady Eleanor Swift is back at Henley Hall and getting involved in village life as a member of the Women's Insitute. Typically, titled ladies are allowed but seeing as she does so much for the village (and doesn't really act the part of Lady of the Manor) they made an exception. They want her to organize the rally to reinstate females as police officers. They worked as police officers when the men were off fighting during the Great War but were removed when the war ended. In addition to the rally, Ellie is also serving as a bridesmaid for friend Constance. Eleanor is plenty busy but when a murder threatens the wedding, she steps up to help find the real killer.

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September 5, 2022

Curse of Wolf Falls by Brenda Whiteside ~ a Review

by MK French


Elidor MacKenzie, like every other MacKenzie, has a special ability. She's spent her entire life running from the ability to absorb the emotions and suffering of others. With her best friend dead and possessing the secret of an archaeological discovery, Elidor has returned home to Joshua. Her first love Jules has also returned after a twenty-year career in journalism. The scavengers, determined to find Elidor's secret, have followed her to Joshua. It isn't just rekindling a relationship on her mind now, but also saving their lives.

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September 4, 2022

Upgrade by Blake Crouch ~ a Review

by Donna Huber


In a future where human genetic modification is possible, Logan Ramsay doesn't realize at first that things are different. When he realizes that his memory is improving, process information faster, and other small improvements he starts wonder what is going on. Unfortunately, upgrading your genetics isn't totally legal and the authorities want to know what Logan and his mother (who he thought was dead) are planning.

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