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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...

June 17, 2023

A Renaissance of Our Own: A Memoir & Manifesto on Reimagining by Rachel E. Cargle ~ a Review

by MK French


CEO Rachel Cargle reimagined her life independent of current social structures, moving from a Christian wife to a queer feminist voice. This memoir outlines the breaking points in her life that brought about that change, and invites others "to acknowledge the ways of being that stem from societal expectations instead of your truth, and to embark on a renaissance of your own."

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June 16, 2023

There's Something about Greece by Sue Roberts ~ a Review

by Susan Roberts 


One holiday could change her life forever.

Despite sharing a name with this author, this is the first book of hers that I've read.  I thought it was a basic romance novel but there was one important addition to the story - the descriptions of the Greek Island of Crete.  After reading all of the beautiful descriptions of the land, I feel like I've been on a mental vacation.

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June 15, 2023

Pack Your eReader with Free eBooks for Your Summer Vacation

by Donna Huber


I'm going on a real vacation next week - the last few years I've just done staycations and spent the week in my parents' pool. I'm heading to the mountains where the internet and cell service are spotty so in addition to packing my bags, I'm making sure to "pack" my Kindle with plenty of books to read. While I will be reading through ARCs, I did check out the free ebooks lists for great summer reads. These ebooks caught my eye.

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June 14, 2023

2 Books for Fans of Women's Fiction

by MK French


Along with romance, women's fiction is probably the most popular genre for summer beach reads. If you are looking for more to add to your reading list, check out these two new books.

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June 13, 2023

Famous in a Small Town by Viola Shipman ~ a Review

by Susan Roberts


"What separates a girl from an old woman?  Nothing but a bad back and aching knees, if we can simply continue to believe that life can be anything we desire and if we just give our dreams a chance to soar on the wind."
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June 12, 2023

4 Romantic Stories for Your Summer Reading

by Donna Huber


Are you looking for vacation reads or like me just trying to catch up on some of the novels that have come out in the past year that you just didn't get to? If you are looking for a little romance in your summer reading all four of these books have elements of a love story - some more than others. I listened to all of them as audiobooks and all of them would be good for a road trip.

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June 11, 2023

Cassandra In Reverse by Holly Smale ~ a Review

by MK French


Cassandra lives her life in a predictable way until she is dumped by her boyfriend, fired from her job, and finds that her local cafe is out of the muffins she likes. This would make anyone upset, but she finds out that she can travel back in time. Now she has the ability to change everything that broke in her predictable life. What could possibly go wrong?

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