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T is for Translated Fiction #AtoZChallenge

by Donna Huber For the A to Z Challenge, I'm discussing different book genres/categories. Each day, I will give a few details about the ...

November 19, 2022

Between Before and After by Jessica Stilling ~ a Review

by MK French


Sebastian Foster makes indie movies based on the award-winning novels written by his estranged mother. His latest movie is based loosely on the tragic death of his sister as a child. Investigating the time period for the movie brings back memories and opens up old wounds best left scarred over.

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November 18, 2022

A Matter of Happiness by Tori Whitaker ~ a Review

by Susan Roberts


"Take from this story what you will, Melanie, and you can bury the rest." (p 17)

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November 17, 2022

My Reading List is Beginning to Look A Lot Like Christmas

by Donna Huber



I like to start reading Christmas books Thanksgiving night. As a reviewer, I often have Christmas ARCs starting in September and I've missed my Christmas story binge fest so this year I've held off on a few books so that I will be able to read almost nothing but Christmas books from Thanksgiving to New Year's. In case you are looking for what to read this holiday season, I decided to share my list.

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November 16, 2022

The Wilderwomen by Ruth Emmie Lang ~ a Review

by MK French


Zadie Wilder can see the future, but never saw that her mother would disappear five years ago. Her sister Finn can sense memories imprinted on objects, giving her the appearance of being easily distracted. At Finn's graduation party, she catches the echo of a woman singing, and knows it's her mother. Finn convinces Zadie to come with her to find their mother, but the more she slips into the memories to find her, the more she loses grip on herself. Zadie feels her sister slipping away, and must decide if finding their mother is worth losing her sister.

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November 15, 2022

A Wish for Winter by Viola Shipman ~ a Review

by Susan Roberts


"Books expand our minds.  They change our perspective on the world.  They allow us to escape, to hope, to dream, to mourn, to walk in someone else's shoes.  They save lives."
  (loc 153)

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November 14, 2022

Designed by Destiny by Maya Tyler ~ a Review

by MK French


Bethany Clarke has sworn off love to focus on her career and will be a fully licensed architect in about three years. Confirmed bachelor Nicholas Gray is portrayed as a playboy in the tabloids but is president of the architecture firm Grey and Company. Fairy godmother Faye Delmore poses as a publicist and pitches having Bethany pose as Nicholas' wife to improve his image. Faye knows he needs a polished image to land a big project, but that Bethany will improve him as a person as well.

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November 13, 2022

The Blackout Book Club by Amy Lynn Green ~ a Review

by Donna Huber


As the U.S. enters WWII, dangers come closer to our shores - especially for the towns along the coastline as German U-boats lurk in the waters. How does a small town deal with the blackout restrictions? Create a book club of course! In the process, four women struggling with their own troubles find friendship and support.

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