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Lost Lake by Sarah Addison Allen

Lost Lake by Sarah Addison Allen is a peaceful book to read. From the very beginning the story felt almost soothing and relaxed, as if everything would come out all right in the end, despite some quite challenging times for the characters. 542 more words

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The Tao of the Magpie

Daily Prompt: Take a look at your bookcase. If you had enough free time, which book would be the first one you’d like to reread? Why? 578 more words


Garden Spells by Sarah Addison Allen

Readers, I have found you a summer read that’s just about as light and fluffy as a vanilla cake!


Meet the Waverleys – a family a bit more magical than most. 144 more words


Hummingbird Cake inspired by The Girl Who Chased the Moon

Sarah Addison Allen must love to eat.  It seems food plays an integral part of the books that she has authored, creating a large part of the magical yet realistic atmosphere of the stories.  332 more words

Book Review - Lost Lake by Sarah Addison Allen

Lost Lake

By Sarah Addison Allen

St. Martin’s Press

Feb. 2014

Setting: Georgia

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While on their honeymoon in Paris, France in the autumn of 1962, George and Eby Pim were lost in the pure moment of their love when a shocking reality strikes. 511 more words

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Peaches and Cream are a Mid Summer Night’s Dream!

This Mid-Week cookie recipe pairs with some ripe books to keep you by the fire side even on those warm summer nights! 200 more words


Not-So-Guilty Pleasures

I fully believe that it’s the simple things that make for a truly rich life. Those small things that keep your soul smiling. Here are my not-so-guilty pleasures of the week. 200 more words

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