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My Review of The Place of Voices by Lauren Lynch

The Place of Voices is a true example of high fantasy.  The author has woven vivid descriptions of fantastical but recognizable creatures who meet and interact  with the main characters when their lives are at a pivotal and crucial moment.  125 more words

Sara B. Gauldin

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Enter the dimension of the Tweens, a realm between Heaven and Earth. 153 more words

Sara B. Gauldin

My Review of What Dreams May Come by Beth M. Honeycutt

This intriguing story line is based on the premise that a young girl creates an imaginary playmate in her dreams.  The imaginary friend, Gabe grows up along side Ellie as she dreams of his support, friendship and acceptance.  219 more words

Sara B. Gauldin

Alive is available through Kindle Unlimited

This week has brought a major announcement to the world of Amazon book sales.  Amazon unveiled a new program called Kindle Unlimited that facilitates unlimited, Netflix style, digital book borrowing for a ten dollar monthly membership fee.  448 more words

Sara B. Gauldin

My Review of Murder at Cold Creek College by Christa Nardi

Who doesn’t love a murder mystery?  This book is set in Virginia, my home turf making it even more appealing ( at least to me!)  The story is set in a small private college community.  148 more words

Sara B. Gauldin

Beware the Summer Slide!

Near the beginning of my teaching career, I doubted the existence of the “Summer Slide.”  This is the idea that children lose a significant amount of the progress they made in school during the inactive downtime of summer.  507 more words

Sara B. Gauldin