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Reading mysteries... part 2

I have always enjoyed reading mysteries, but one problem I find is when it’s easy to guess who-dun-it…

Another disappointment is when everything seems routine – there’s no mystery about it, no surprises, and the hero or heroine keeps making the same dumb mistakes, book after book (after book)… 234 more words

Inspiration

Hate the Player, Hate the Game

This post was inspired by a conversation I had with Lyla last week after she said, “Fran, I’m done playing games.” I thought to myself, … 1,010 more words

College

Reading mysteries... part 1

This week and next week, I’m knee-deep in reading and reviewing mysteries!

Falling to Pieces is such a great mystery!

All right, down to business!

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Inspiration

Sherlockia

Last night while I was making dinner, and the First Reader was standing at the sink washing up, we were talking books. I’d told him earlier in the day that I wasn’t going to finish David Pascoe’s… 622 more words

Fiction

A Good Book Never Ends

Bonjour!

I don’t speak French.

Oh well.

Anyway, I am doing another somewhat deep post today. In case you can’t tell from the title of this entry (which is one of my favorite quotes by the way) I am going to write about my favorite fictional books and how they’ve changed me. 407 more words

Harry Potter

Take the Leap!!

Remember that summer afternoon, when you stood atop a charpoy on your terrace, with your mom’s dupatta around your neck; the cape that gave you the power to conquer the world. 446 more words

Childhood

Review: The Clue of the Broken Locket (Nancy Drew #11) - Carolyn Keene

The Clue of the Broken Locket (Nancy Drew #11) – Carolyn Keene

Title: The Clue of the Broken Locket

Author: Carolyn Keene

Release Date: October 1, 1965… 577 more words

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