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Classics Challenge for 2016

My sister and fellow blogger of My Soul Doth Delight has invited our family to join in the 2016 Back to the Classics Challenge posted on Books and Chocolate.  We changed it a little for our family, but it is still an … Continue reading

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I’m Not Dead… Yet!

I am sure that most of you think I dropped off end of the earth a few months ago. Actually something worse happened.  My computer had a virus and quit connecting to the internet.  If that wasn’t bad enough, my keyboard wasn’t … Continue reading

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Rump: The True Story of Rumpelstiltskin

I know I put this on my Christmas list for tweens and kids without reading it, but I was positive it was worth the read.  My thirteen year-old daughter was horrified that I would recommend a book without reading it. … Continue reading

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Southern Storm

Terri Blackstock’s sequel to Cape Refuge is compelling and suspenseful.  In Southern Storm a terrible storm is bearing down on the island, and Chief of Police Cade is everywhere trying to protect and serve his community.  On his way to a new location … Continue reading

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The Cherry Cola Book Club

The Cherry Cola Book Club by Ashton Lee is a fun lighthearted book that stresses the importance of reading and the relevance of libraries.  Set in Mississippi, it is a southern voice book and it explores a little of the … Continue reading

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The Widow’s Club

I enjoyed The Thin Woman so much that I had to go and get the next book in the Ellie Haskell series.  The Widow’s Club, by Dorothy Cannell, is pretty funny in its own light.  It is a great sequel … Continue reading

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Christmas Ideas for Tweens and Teens

My thirteen year old told me that I really need to do a different post for each of these, but it really messes up my other scheduled posts.  So they are bunched together. TWEENS (in no particular order) 1. Frogged by Vivian … Continue reading

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