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The Friday 56 (#6)

Hosted By: Freda @ Freda’s Voice

Rules:
*Grab a book, any book.
*Turn to page 56 or 56% in your eReader
(If you have to improvise, that’s ok.)

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25 Days of Beastly Christmas: A (original) Christmas short story from Dangerous to Know & Love by Jane Harvey-Berrick

Heeeeey guys!!!

So, as you can see I’m doing something for you guys this Christmas again, but this year it’ll be a bit different! I’ll have (at least) a Christmas-themed post every day until Dec 25th!!! 775 more words

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Book Roundup: November 2016

Weirdly enough, I didn’t do particularly well this month with number of books read, even though none of my books were particularly long. I’m hoping to get some more under my belt this month – I have two cross-country flights ahead of me, and a couple weeks of holiday relaxing to knock out some more pages. 468 more words

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Happy Birthday Mark Twain

November 30, 1835 was the birth date of Samuel L. Clemens, known by most by his “writing name” – Mark Twain.

He was a favorite author of mine as a younger reader, and continues to be one of the writers I revisit on a regular basis. 133 more words

Vonnie Winslow Crist

Favorite Books of the Month (and Extra Recommendations): June 2016

Hi everyone!!

So, November is almost finished and I’m still on my list of Favorite books of JUNE! LOL

I’m going to try catching up until next week, but I don’t promise, because I have final tests coming and I have a lot of special posts for Christimas coming on December!!! 144 more words

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Union Street by Pat Barker (Short book review)

Synopsis

Genre: Literary fiction, Contemporary, European lit

Different women facing different life struggles and the only thing they have in common is the street they all occupy…

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Too Much Tuesday: Simplicity in Spirituality

While rereading Dom Hubert Van Zeller’s outstanding Holiness for Housewives (and other working women), my primary Advent spiritual reading this year, I ran across the following words of wisdom I thought worth sharing. 211 more words