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Reading Wrap-Up | November 2016

I didn’t read that much this month. But I’d still say it was a good reading month. I also haven’t done a wrap-up in awhile, and I want to get back into doing so. 173 more words

Literature

Guest: Maggie King

Why Do I Write Mysteries? The short answer: I love reading them. The long answer is much, well, longer!

Like many young girls I was a huge fan of Nancy Drew and the Dana Girls. 913 more words

Mystery

Streams, sales, and snow

Today has been a pretty good day. It was quiet at school, sort of a lazy day for everyone, and it’s just chilly. It hasn’t snowed for a couple days, and we usually have tons of snow at this time. 213 more words

The Whispering Statue

Nancy Drew Mystery Stories #14

1970 Edition

Illustrator: Rudi Nappi

Books

To Auction to Auction to buy a Fat Pig

Yesterday I went to my first auction–as an adult–with my next-door neighbor; the one I like so much.

In this auction, there were several gardening items for bid including a glazed urn, three chimney pots, a very large concrete cherub, a large wire pig, many pieces of outdoor metal furniture, and some galvanized pails. 595 more words

My Favourite Series As A Kid

I’ve been a reader for as long as I can remember. I’ve been thinking about the different books I read growing up and how enjoyable they were, how much I loved reading them! 262 more words

Book Lists

The Hound of the Baskervilles

Erin

Sir Arthur Conan Doyle is a master of mystery novels and Sherlock Holmes is such a wonderfully iconic character it’s hard to compare these books to other mysteries out there. 341 more words

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