Monthly Archives: March 2014

Everyone Needs to Read Mitchell Goes Bowling

Mitchell Goes Bowling is one of the best children’s books that I have recently read.  I laugh and smile every time I read it, and I will admit that I have read it several times and checked it out twice. … Continue reading

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The Truth Seeker is Great

I will be forever indebted to my sister for introducing me to the O’Malley series by Dee Henderson.  The Truth Seeker is the fourth book I have read of the series, and it is just as gripping and intense as … Continue reading

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Aunt Dimity: Snowbound

This book was quite appropriate for the weather when I read it.  It was cold and icy, and not even a whole week later we were icebound.  Maybe I need to go read something about getting enough rain to break … Continue reading

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The Sodbuster Venture

This book was hard for me to categorize.  It’s a fictional account of a girl named Maude who really wants a safe home where she can love and be loved.  It isn’t a romance.  It isn’t a mystery or a … Continue reading

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Shannon Winslow’s Return to Longbourn

I enjoyed The Darcys of Pemberley enough to get the next book that Shannon Winslow wrote about the characters of Pride and Prejudice.  This second book, titled Return to Longbourn, follows the lives of Kitty and Mary after the death … Continue reading

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The Darcys of Pemberley

I confessed a couple of posts ago about my urge to read Jane Austen fan fiction.  The last one left such a terrible taste in my mouth that I was quite surprised at myself for wanting to read The Darcys … Continue reading

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Pemberley: Another Wannabe Jane Austen

The shades of Pemberley have been polluted, and it wasn’t by Elizabeth Bennet’s family.  Jane Austen is my favorite author, and Pride and Prejudice is my favorite book of all time.  I have read it countless times since I bought … Continue reading

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