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Book Review: Just the Two of Us

JUST THE TWO OF US: A HEARTFELT NOVEL ABOUT FINDING LOVE IN UNEXPECTED PLACES, BY GEORGIE CAPRON

PUBLICATION: ARIA; FEBRUARY 1, 2017

Synopsis: 

Lucy is the wrong side of thirty and tormented daily by the idyllic family pictures cluttering up her Facebook newsfeed. 649 more words

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Book Review: Life After

LIFE AFTER, BY KATIE GANSHERT

PUBLICATION: WATERBROOK; APRIL 18, 2017

Synopsis: Snow whirls around an elevated train platform in Chicago. A distracted woman boards the train, takes her seat, and moments later a fiery explosion rips through the frigid air, tearing the car apart in a horrific attack on the city’s transit system. 761 more words

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Book Review - Happiness in Between by Grace Greene

Goodreads Synopsis:

Sandra Hurst has left her husband. Again. After dropping out of college to marry Trent, divorcing him, then remarrying him, she’s shown up on her parents’ doorstep nursing her wounds. 482 more words

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TROWEL AND ERROR...#SonofaPitch: Entry 4 #TeamDarkSide

Son of a Pitch, round 2, begins! Welcome to Team Dark Side.

Eleven posts, for eleven entries. Four other blogs are hosting more! The comment section is for Son of a Pitch authors to leave their thoughts. 1,391 more words

Thoughts

A Step Out of the Box | Winner for February 2017 Muse of the Month on Women’s Web

As those of you following my writing are aware, Women’s Web runs a monthly contest on its website, based on a writing prompt.

In 2016, these writing prompts were either a direct quote from the featured author of the month, or a quote from one of their published works. 157 more words

Writing

COVER REVEAL: "All That Glitters"

“All That Glitters (Songs of the Heart #1)” by Tracy Krimmer

Genre: Contemporary Romance / Women’s Fiction. Age category: Adult, Release Date: summer 2017

**Today is the cover reveal for All That Glitters by Tracy Krimmer. 264 more words

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Review of 'The Chilbury Ladies Choir' by Jennifer Ryan

This was a lovely read and I enjoyed the style Jennifer Ryan used – letters, journal entries etc. It brought the whole thing to life as we were privy to the thoughts and feelings of the various characters . 42 more words

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