Monthly Archives: April 2013

Discovering Obscure Destinies

I scoured my local library for any of Willa Cather‘s books recently.  I had this idea that I’d read one during highschool and wanted to reread it.  Well, I found the books, but apparently I had the author mixed up. … Continue reading

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Flying With The Aviator’s Wife

I will be the first person to admit that I really like historical fiction of all types.  I love learning while reading something fun, and this genre can fit both bills.  Really great historical fiction piques the reader’s interest in … Continue reading

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Don’t Miss Skip Rock Shallows

If you like a good Christian romance you will like Skip Rock Shallows by Jan Watson.  It’s fun, somewhat suspenseful in the right parts, and satisfying in the end.  What more could you want from a book in the Simply … Continue reading

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Expanding My Reading Horizons

I’m beginning to think that my head is buried in the sand when it comes to books.  In the last few weeks I have read several books by authors new to me, only to discover that they’ve won awards, are … Continue reading

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Falling for The Girl on the Cliff

There is one reason that Lucinda Riley, author of The Girl on the Cliff, is an international bestseller.  She writes incredible stories that curl up around your heart and settle down for a stay.  I guess you could say that … Continue reading

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Strike Out or Home Run?

Oh boy!  I started two different book yesterday and decided not to finish them. The first is a book I picked up at a local dollar store.  I figured that I didn’t have much to lose besides my dollar and … Continue reading

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Hunting for Clues in Daddy’s Gone A Hunting

I am going to start off by stating up front that I love Mary Higgins Clark as an author.  I love the richness and intelligence of her prose.  After reading some authors I find her writing style refreshingly smart and … Continue reading

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