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Seeking Refuge

I hate to admit it, but I’m not as shocked as I once was by the barrage of images in the media revealing the plight of refugees from war-torn countries. 237 more words


Wednesdays with Writers: Laura Lippman Talks about how Memory is a Myth we Create, Being AWFUL at titles, Exploring our Childhoods, & How TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD connects to WILDE LAKE & so much more

By Leslie Lindsay 

“The truth is messy, riotous, overrunning everything. You can never know the whole truth of anything. And if you could, you would wish you didn’t.” ~From WILDE LAKE…

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Book of the Week: The Bones of Paradise - Jonis Agee

This dark, intricate family saga takes place in the Nebraska Sand Hills ten years after the Wounded Knee massacre of the Lakota Sioux. Like our bestselling novel… 522 more words


The Virgin and the Viscount book review


The second book in Charis Michaels’ Bachelor Lords of London Series has a more somber tone than the first. And in this one, nobody is who they seem. 552 more words

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Review: The Fireman by Joe Hill

** spoiler alert ** This book started out fantastic! I mean I seriously loved every single minute of it! Then I hit the 60% or so mark. 370 more words


A Certain Age: A Novel by NYT Bestselling Author @bcwilliamsbooks #bookreview #fiction

Title: A Certain Age

Author: Beatriz Williams

Genre: Historical Fiction, Literary Fiction

Book Blurb:

The bestselling author of A Hundred Summers brings the Roaring Twenties… 892 more words