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Hidden Gold by Steve Frazee; True to Western Lit. or Not?

This is the first Western genre novel I have read. I got curious about the genre because of my resent binging on western shows. I do believe I will need to read another novel of this genre to see if I like it or not. 259 more words

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The Cottingley Secret, by Hazel Gaynor

There is a bit of a back story to my reading of The Cottingley Secret. I bought it at a Target during the week of Thanksgiving. 244 more words

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Winter Reading Review

I enjoy winter for the romantic scenery of the cold white world the a “White Witch” might rule over, set as the background to a cozy orange glowing hearth with fuzzy blankets and steaming tea set to the side in a log cabin. 782 more words

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2017 Reading Recap

I’m back! Sorry for going AWOL after the panic attack post, but life has been crazy and I have been detoxing from life by reading a shit-ton of books and playing a wonderful farming computer game called… 1,264 more words

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'98: A Year of Reading Surpassed At Last

In honor of what has recently become my second most prolific year of reading, I present to you: my 1998 book log!

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This isn’t an actual product review (as this was of my own volition and items were purchased with my personal money — i.e., no companies are involved or are aware of my intent to review). 1,181 more words

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Temps call for cool heads

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