Great Books for Autumn Jubilee

When the weather cools off, and it gets cozy by a fireplace with crackling logs and a mug of hot chocolate (maybe with some Godiva liqueur!), a novel set in the fall is just perfect. I tried to find a few for you, good reading with an Autumn theme or an engrossing story for cold …

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September Books

I only have five books to share this month, as four are epic length. The great thing is most of them were very good with one being an outstanding highly recommended read. Links are provided if you'd like to read the story synopsis on Amazon. The Silent Sister by Diane Chamberlain - I was originally …

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July Books and Reading

Another eclectic month of reading fiction and non-fiction. I am working my way through a long reading list that I've had for several years. Up first, a very difficult to find book by one of my favorite authors, Liz Trenow. I loved it, and should have just ordered one on Amazon years ago instead of …

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June Book Reviews

It has been an eclectic month of reading, from non-fiction essays to really good historical fiction. I've saved the best for last, two wonderful books both set in England. Links are provided to Amazon if you'd like to read a synopsis of the story. Thank you for using my affiliate links when you can, as …

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Fiction and Quilting Book Reviews

This month was a mixed bag of really, really good, and really disappointing. I found two books that I enjoyed more than anything I have read in quite some time, both with a psychological aspect that made the stories fascinating and difficult to put down. So, let me begin with the not so great and …

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Books, Books and More Books

It's been another month of eclectic reading, some more culling, and new finds in the quilting/sewing genre. Another load of books went to the library bookstore, and I made my decision on the cookbook series. The Cooking Light series was donated, mainly due to its lack of photography, even though the recipes are lighter and …

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February Book Chat

Reading this month has been a very eclectic group of books. I do like to read from varying genres just to keep my interest with variety. This month spans historical fiction to biographical non-fiction, to friendship and philosophy. Thank goodness for sales and Amazon gift cards, and our local library which was able to send …

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Reading Fiction with a Christmas Theme

December is a great time for reading novels with a Christmas theme. I had several on the shelves saved for this time of year, so began reading these right after Thanksgiving. I enjoyed all of them. I've linked the titles to Amazon for you to see the whole synopsis of the story if you'd like. …

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