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Flights of Fancy - Fancasting Faces

Casting a beloved book, for a movie or just among the fans, is a problematic situation.  We’re all so involved with the characters as we see them in our own heads, and it can get a little dicey when someone points out why we’re wrong. 593 more words


Plumbing the Mystery of Stephanie: A Brief Encounter With Janet Evanovitch's Bounty Hunter

Evanovitch, Janet. One For the Money. New York, Scribners, 1994. ebook

—. Eleven On Top. New York: St. Martins, 2005. ebook.

From time to time, often towards the end of a semester, my reading group eschews “literary” fiction and takes a look at what is often called genre fiction. 565 more words

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Review: Hot Six

Rating: 4.5/5 stars

Not as exciting as the previous novels but I still read it in a few days.

My favorite new character is the dog, Bob, that Stephanie gets talked into “babysitting.” I’m honestly hoping she keeps him. 70 more words


Book What Now?

*Originally published in 2015/07/30

In the world of trilogies and series many fall flat with repetitive plots, frustrating readers with love triangles or never letting the couple become a couple, and/or start to be ghostwritten/co-authored so the series can churn out 2-3 books a year (but alas, lack the original author’s talent).   742 more words


Mini Reviews: Ceremony in Death & Hard Eight

Title: Ceremony in Death
Author: J.D. Robb
Read: Feb. 9-15, 2017
Pages: 310
Source: Paperbackswap
Rating: 3/5

Thoughts:  This is the fifth book in the In Death series. 272 more words

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Review: High Five

Rating: 5/5 stars

I have only been reading Janet Evanovich’s Stephanie Plum series for the last couple months. I had the first book “One For the Money” on my to read list for about a year (or maybe it was two years 😂) before I decided to read it. 71 more words


Becky's Two Hundred and Eighty-Fifth Book Review: "Tricky Twenty-Two" by Janet Evanovich

“Tricky Twenty-Two” is the twenty-second book in the Stephanie Plum series by Janet Evanovich. I have to say, this is one of those guilty pleasure book series. 425 more words

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