Monthly Archives: August 2018

Sunburn by Laura Lippman ~ #Mystery #BookReview

This book kept me reading with it’s suspense and pacing, but I felt it got a little slow near the end. Parts felt fresh; other parts not as much. The characters were interesting, the backstory created an interesting dynamic, the … Continue reading

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True Grit ~ Tuesday’s Words of #Writing #Inspiration

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Dying Truth by Angela Marsons ~ #Mystery #BookReview

This is the 8th book I’ve read in the D.I. Kim Stone series, and like the seven before it, it was a suspenseful, roller coaster of a mystery. Angela Marsons is an expert at keeping her readers on their toes! … Continue reading

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True Grit ~ Tuesday’s Words of #Writing #Inspiration

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Gifts for #BookLovers, #Readers & #Writers

As a book lover, reader, and writer, I love literary themed gifts. Every holiday I scour the internet for literary gift ideas.┬áTo that effect, there’s a great new website that I wanted to share with everyone. They not only have … Continue reading

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Matchmaking for Beginners by Maddie Dawson ~ #Fiction #BookReview

This isn’t the type of book I would normally have chosen for myself. The description was kind of dramatic and cutesy and not at all suspenseful or mysterious, but it was one of the monthly free books offered by Amazon … Continue reading

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