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On the day after a three-day weekend, I am feeling a little disoriented.  Nothing was usual about yesterday, with none of the shows I usually watch.  529 more words

Guilty Pleasures

Book Review: The Gospel of Loki - Joanne M. Harris

Author: Joanne M. Harris
Release Date: February 2014
Publisher: Gollancz

The latest release from Chocolat author Joanne Harris is a wonderful retelling of the norse god myths. 472 more words


Book review: The Fair Fight

Bristol. A brothel. The late 1700s. Two sisters squabble and scrap, watched by an interested gentlemen visitor. The older sister becomes his molly. The younger sister, Ruth, he sets to boxing professionally at a local pub The Hatchet. 348 more words

Sandra Danby

#GirlBoss - Book Love.

There are some books that make you cry & wonder about love, loss, and all of life’s mysteries (i.e./Nicholas Sparks). They leave you wondering why men like Noah don’t exist in real life & how love is so unfair that it could just be snatched away from you in the blink of an eye. 499 more words

Book Love

Wednesday It List

♦ Book to Big Screen news – http://tinyurl.com/odtbbjv

♦ Writing: skill vs. gift – http://tinyurl.com/nbn63rd

♦ Check out the Horns trailer on Joe Hill’s Tumblr –  47 more words


Book review: Or the Bull Kills You

This is the first of Jason Webster’s stories about Spanish detective Max Cámara. The setting is Valencia during Fallas, the five-day festival of fireworks and bonfires. 178 more words

Sandra Danby

And the sea will grant each man new hope, as sleep brings dreams of home

A good day. I am thankful.

Volunteered at a shelter, then a long, good workout, now home, eating peaches, contemplating making some almond milk hot chocolate, and beginning a Ngaio Marsh mystery book, while the fan whirs in the background with the last promise of summer. 17 more words