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"The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society" by Mary Ann Shaffer & Annie Barrows

“Perhaps there is some secret sort of homing instinct in books that brings them to their perfect readers. How delightful if that were true.”


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in which i am utterly charmed

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Okay, I’m a sucker for a good title. When I’m perusing a new book to read, I judge it based on three things… 404 more words

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The First Annual Late Summer Reading List

Looking for something to do with the rest of your summer? Here are twelve books to help pass the time.

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Experiences And Impressions

Occupying Love by Marilyn Chapman

Marilyn Chapman‘s new story Occupying Love is a popular novel set on Guernsey during the occupation. It blurs the barrier between romantic and historical fiction and begins with the bombing raid by the Luftwaffe on St Peter Port and becomes a pacy (and not saccharine) romance about a young woman called Lydia Le Page who, having returned to Guernsey just before the German invasion of the island in 1940, commences star-crossed relationships with two men against a backdrop of the Nazi occupation. 208 more words


Sunday Recs: Historical Fiction (WWII Edition)

It’s that time of the week again when I post my recommendations… This was another list suggested by My Book-A-Logue, and I really liked the idea, as I’m a huge fan of historical fiction and I’m particularly interested in the twentieth century and all that evolves around World War Two. 908 more words


Belize & Beach Books

Yesterday, I flew home from a five day vacation to Belize. I had a wonderful time! We snorkeled, scuba dived, and ate way too much seafood! 1,051 more words

Book Reviews

Potato Crust Pie - The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society: The Literary Kitchen #7

“I wonder how the book got to Guernsey? Perhaps there is some sort of secret homing instinct in books that brings them to their perfect readers.” 814 more words