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#Vote100Books : Read, TBR & Recommendations

In Britain 2018 marks the Suffrage Centenary; one hundred years since (some) women won the right to vote. To mark the occasion, the Hay Festival partnered with The Pool to compile a list of 100 books written by women over the past one hundred years (1918-2018) that people felt deserved recognition and celebration. 1,797 more words


The Widow’s Watcher by Eliza Maxwell *TLC Blog Tour*

Today is my blog tour stop with TLC Book Tours. This story started out slow for me but, redeemed itself after about 50 pages. It touches on marriage, death, mental illness, strangers, forgiveness and small towns in the winter. 73 more words

Book Review

Force of Nature

June 12, 2018

Lost in the Australian Bush….what would you do?

Force of Nature
by Jane Harper

Genre/Categories: Crime Fiction, Mystery, Detective, Suspense, Australia

Summary: 801 more words


Something in the Water by Catherine Steadman - ☆☆☆

Hmm. This one is actually a little harder for me to rate. I originally gave it four, but I think I am leaning more towards 3 stars — I think it would be a 3.5 star book, really, but not necessarily one you round up. 726 more words

Fat Girl on a Plane by Kelly Devos - ☆☆

Cookie Vonn is the daughter of a supermodel, but didn’t inherit her moms slim figure. She’s fat and always has been, but after an embarrassing situation on a plane — Cookie is forced to buy a second seat because she is deemed too fat for one seat — Cookie is determined to lose weight. 593 more words

Book About Death or Grief

This is one of those categories which I consider to be an interpretive category. If you want to delve into a nonfiction work on actual death and grieving, there are plenty of books out there. 671 more words

Books And Reading

Island of the Mad - Laurie R. King

Book Title: Island of the Mad

Series: (Mary Russell & Sherlock Holmes #15)

Author: Laurie R. King

Goodreads Link: Click here

Release Date:  6/12/18

Star Rating: 466 more words

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