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A twist to the usual second chances trope and an interesting separation reason

Rare by Briar Prescott

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I’m incredibly impressed with Briar Prescott.

It’s rare for me to read a Young Adult book, I find myself getting annoyed with the immaturity of most 18 to 21-year-olds, however in Part I of this book, at no point did either Alex or Noah irritate me. 377 more words

MM

A Recycled Novel

Janie’s Secrets is a recycled novel. I wrote the original a dozen years ago as Plain Janie. It has been a slapstick comedy i.e. … 247 more words

My Books

Brand New You

One of the responders to my last post regarding good luck remarked that she had a “whey e drop, e stap” kind of attitude which I took to mean, “What will be, will be”. 554 more words

Blogging

Give It Up For The #Weekend with Cynthia Terelst ~ An Ember In The Ashes #Series (and New #Release!)

I’m very happy to have Cynthia back, and hearing what she had to say about a kick butts series. And there is the bonus of Cynthia’s new release, too! 993 more words

Romance

Wholly Matrimony: A Second Chance Romance by Charlene Namdhari

Wholly Matrimony: A Second Chance Romance by Charlene Namdhari is the first book that I have read from the author.I picked up this book from the Kindle Unlimited Library, because I liked the cover. 440 more words

Indian Author

It isn't a circle--it is simply a long line

Dear Lorraine,

I love how inconclusive your portrait of a 1950’s working-class African American family is in A Raisin in the Sun (1959) – the way it seems to be going in one direction, only to destroy its map in the end and leave us in the middle of the road, contemplating a line we had mistaken for a circle. 971 more words

Scarlet Letters

The Player Next Door

Synopsis

Scarlet Reed has returned to Polson Falls, convinced that twelve years away is long enough to shed her humiliating childhood identity as the town harlot’s daughter. 654 more words

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