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[Book Review] Breaking the Silence by Diane Chamberlain

Breaking the Silence by Diane Chamberlain

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Laura Brandon, renowned astronomer, promised her dying father she would look after Sarah Tolley, a woman with no family who lived in a retirement home. 518 more words

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Meeting the Queen

Last weekend I had the opportunity to go for afternoon tea with the Queen. The Queen of women’s fiction that is. Diane Chamberlain is the author of many, many books. 253 more words

[Book Review] The Silent Sister by Diane Chamberlain

The Silent Sister by Diane Chamberlain

My rating: 3 of 5 stars

Riley Macpherson has returned to her childhood home to deal with her father, Frank’s, estate after his death. 510 more words

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Reading - it's not a competition

I have been playing with the idea of, this year, keeping track of what I read in some way. I thought of blogging a review of every book – but there are two problems with that – the first being that I don’t like giving negative reviews. 480 more words

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Before the Storm...

I have not done a book review in a while, as the Fall season has been quite busy with a lot going on. However, with the holidays upon us, it’s always good to take a break and re-energize before the craziness of holiday shopping and parties begin. 468 more words

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Pretending to Dance - A Review

This is a good novel about keeping secrets and learning that forgiveness is key.

Molly is very good at keeping secrets, she has done so for over 20 years, but since she cannot have children of her own, and she and Aidan are trying to adopt a baby – some of these secrets are threatening to come to the surface, possibly ruining everything she has worked so hard to cover up. 665 more words

2015

Write On, Wednesday: Diane Chamberlain on her latest novel, PRETENDING TO DANCE, Dying with Dignity, Playing the Guitar, Character Motivations, & a Sneak-Peek at What's Next...

By Leslie Lindsay 

Years ago, I was introduced to the wonderful world of Diane Chamberlain when I picked up her KEEPER OF THE LIGHT. And then SECRET LIFE OF CEE CEE WILKES captured my heart. 1,242 more words

Leslie Lindsay