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Champagne Supernovas by Maureen Callahan [Book Review]

You can’t judge a book by its cover. In this case, you can’t judge a book by its name. Champagne Supernovas by Maureen Callahan, a Brooklyn-based writer who has contributed to magazines such as Sassy, Vibe, Spin and Vanity Fair, will perhaps stick in my mind as the most unfortunately named book of 2014. 615 more words


Books are often banned for a portrayal of what is considered by some to be obscene. How dangerous these little bits of ink on paper can be.  10 more words




Looking for something sweet, fun and romantic to read this weekend? I’ve got just the book for you. SINCE YOU’VE BEEN GONE (Harlequin/HQH) is written by debut author, Anouska Knight. 446 more words

Cindy Roesel

Authors. Genetically influenced or simply encouraged?

Does the apple really stay close to the tree… Sometimes? I’ve been wondering lately if there is some genetic leaf on the D.N.A tree of life that predetermines the careers and professions of those in our families! 584 more words

No 709 – 707: Wives, War and Wonder

Oh dear. My 20 Books of Summer challenge is not going to plan. Is there some kind of book blogger punishment if you can’t even complete your own challenge?? 969 more words

20 Books Of Summer