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When A Son Loves His Father

I wasn’t very old when George H.W. Bush was elected President of the United States.  I was only in sixth grade.  I don’t remember much about his presidency beyond Operation Just Cause in December of 1989 when the United States … Continue reading

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A Moment in Time

In a recent post I bemoaned the fact that Tracie Peterson’s book A Sensible Arrangement ended with so many cliff hangers.  I wanted to know what happened, and I was positive that my library didn’t have a copy of the next book.  … Continue reading

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Austenland: The Book

You know the times when you watch a movie based on a book and think, I have got to read that book.  We all know books are almost always better than the movie version.  Austenland was one of those movies … Continue reading

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The Lovely War Brides

The older I get the more fascinated I am by World War II and its effect on people’s lives.  Like most historical eras, as your knowledge grows so does your understanding, which can give your life a poignancy it lacked. … Continue reading

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The Banishment is Entertaining

For the past year or so I have been seeing books and more books by Marion Chesney at the library, and I finally checked one out.  The Banishment is the first book in her Regency series called The Daughters of … Continue reading

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Not Loving The Last First Day

The Last First Day by Carrie Brown is another novel that I checked out recently because of its interesting blurb.  It’s about a woman who gives her all for love as she helps her husband run a boarding school for troubled … Continue reading

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Lost Lake: Sarah Addison Allen’s Newest Novel and a Free Short Story

I have enjoyed all of Sarah Addison Allen’s novels that I have ever read.  There is something magical about them, something of endless possibilities to be explored while anchored by generations of family tradition.  Perhaps it is the magic that … Continue reading

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