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Reading Challenge 2016 – Book 8: The Kalahari Typing School for Men by Alexander McCall Smith

(My Rating: 4/5)

After reading the fourth book in The No. 1 Ladies’ Detective Agency series, I believe that every time one wants to take a break from one’s hectic life, but cannot physically ‘get away’, reading a book from this series is just the prescription required! 184 more words


*Cover Reveal* Madame Lilly, WICKED (Vol. 4) by Dormaine G

Madame Lilly, Wicked (Vol. 4)

By Dormaine G

Genre: Historical Fiction, Horror, Dark Fantasy

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It’s 1890 in New Orleans, a time of rich white men, sprawling plantations, Voodoo, high class parties and the unspoken Placage. 170 more words


The Love of God Will Find a Way

God seeks for us to know His Love and He provides countless ways to experience and ultimately to accept His Love. One of the most direct ways to experience God’s Love and Grace is through His Prophet. 671 more words


A Feast for Crows (George R.R. Martin 2005)

At last I have gotten around to doing this review, which I’ll admit I wasn’t looking forward to. A Feast for Crows received some  controversy after its release due to a number of design choices. 770 more words


Ireland's most famous dining table

This is – or at least ought to be – the most famous dining table in Ireland. It’s nothing fancy: just a few honest unvarnished planks of wood, bearing all the grooves, scratches, chalk-marks and patina of time. 248 more words


Good Friday, the holy hour and the bona fides

Picture the scene: outside a well-known Dublin pub, in the middle of town, on a Good Friday morning (or afternoon or evening). But the doors are shut, not a sign of life, and a radio reporter or TV crew is about to pounce… 1,294 more words


Book Reviews: McAdams Sisters Series Books 3.5 - 5 by Shannyn Leah

Book 3.5 of the McAdams Sisters Series

Candy Crumble (The McAdams Sisters, #3.5 by Shannyn Leah
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Candy Crumble is the prequel to Candy Love and it is a good way to know more about Abby and Riley. 797 more words

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