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Last Dragon Standing by G A Aiken

Dragons are officially the best. I absolutely adore G’s books. I’ll definitely be buying the entire series. So far the 1st book and Gwenvael’s books. This one is my third favorite. 162 more words


What A Dragon Should Know by G A Aiken

Yum, Gwenvael is definitely one of my favorite characters. He’s such a rake lol. If only I had a dragon of my own. This is the 3rd book in the Dragon Kon series. 191 more words


Every Hero Has A Story: The Summer Reading Theme

Sometimes the theme for the children’s summer reading program resonates with me as something for adults as well. This year’s theme — Every Hero Has a Story — is a perfect match for adults. 352 more words


My Favorite Books: Quiet

I was recently asked about my favorite book – only ONE. For any book blogger, this question is pretty much a nightmare. However, I went with my first gut reaction, although it might seem a little out of accord with what I typically talk about on my blog and within my reading in general. 425 more words


Are You a Re-reader?

I LOVE rereading some of the books on my keeper shelf. Recently, I was amazed to discover during a conversation with a friend and avid reader that she never rereads books–even those she adored. 167 more words

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I’ve raved about Ally Carter’s Gallagher Girl series here.  They are some of my favorite books, and Ally is one of my favorite authors. 305 more words

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Jilly: Curling Up with a Good Dragon

It’s been an exciting, inspiring, exhausting nine days. I collected Justine from Heathrow a week last Thursday, and we embarked on a Regency roller-coaster ride around London and southern England, from the spectacularly OTT pleasure palace otherwise known as the Royal Pavilion, Brighton, through the smugglers’ haunts of Rye and the Cinque Ports, via the Medieval churches of Romney Marsh and the splendors of Canterbury, to the Royal Maritime Museum at Greenwich and the beautiful Georgian mansions of Kenwood, the Wallace Collection and Osterley Park. 386 more words

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