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Monday Review of The Weather Girls Sunny

The Weather Girls Book 1 Sunny by Jennifer Lynn Carry had me tripping down memory lane. Bell bottom jeans how I miss you. Though I’d probably trip and break a hip if I wore them now. Carry has interspersed memorabilia and songs from that decade that are sure to bring back a memory for you…

Monday Review of Come Back to Me

Come Back to Me by Jody Hedlund starts with some suspense and rocky family dynamics. It doesn’t take long to realize you won’t be setting this book down to do something else. It’s another book a bit different for me. I’m no fond of time travel books but it’s Jody Hedlund, I had to try…

Book Banter

There’s this feeling I get when someone says, can I interview you? Radio makes me nervous. YouTube sends me running. My mother should have named me “Introvert Extreme.” But they didn’t, and God didn’t say hide your writing under a rock. That would have possibly been another desire when I was younger. Oh, those marvelous…

Monday Review of Not a Sparrow Falls

Not a Sparrow Falls (Wyldhaven Book 1) by Lynnette Bonner Bonner starts out with the most impossible character I could imagine for a western adventure set in 1891. Charlotte Brindle doesn’t need to get married for financial reasons; she has her teacher’s degree. The problem comes when her parents have picked a man for her…

Monday Review of Penance on the Prairies

Penance on the Prairies by R.L. Syme was next up in my to be read pile. Is it possible to ever get to the end of the to-be-read pile? Every time I finish a book I tend to add two or three more to my list to read. And that’s what happened after reading Penance…

Monday Book Review of The Cedar Key

The Cedar Key by Stephenia H. McGee This was a pleasure to read. While it is a small southern town contemporary it almost feels like a historical read. That ticks both of my love to read genre boxes. It starts with the inheritance of a Victorian house and a very broken character, Casey Adams. She’s…

Monday Review of The Strange Journey of Alice Pendlebury

The Strange Journey of Alice Pendlebury Isn’t that a great title? The book is by Marc Levy, a French writer but the book is translated well into English. This is one of those writer moments when you read a book and think you wish you would have written it.  It’s a bit different from what…