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#Author Spotlight Helen J. Rolfe & #BookReview ‘What Rosie Found Next’ for @BrookCottageBooks

This Book Review and Author Spotlight is part of a Blog Tour of ‘What Rosie Found Next’  by Helen J. Rolfe, organised by Brook Cottage Books. 972 more words

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“How much better is silence; the coffee cup, the table. How much better to sit by myself like the solitary sea-bird that opens it’s wings on the stake.

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Coming Soon: The Loves of Ruby Dee

I am thrilled to announce The Loves of Ruby Dee will go on sale November 25 in eBook at all major online bookstores.

For those of you who prefer the paper print version (as I do), … 150 more words


The Fate of an American “Treasure House”

“The days of America’s privately-owned treasure houses are over. They are gone with the wind as inevitably as the great southern plantations of before the Civil War.” 390 more words


#AusReadingMonth Review: The Three Miss Kings By Ada Cambridge 

The Three Miss Kings – Elizabeth, Eleanor and Patty – were brought up in a remote seaside settlement in Victoria, Australia, their father a mysterious man of ‘preposterous eccentricity’, their late mother a dignified, accomplished woman who instilled in the girls an appreciation of ‘spiritual and intellectual aspirations’ which compensates for their lack of worldly experience. 825 more words

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Cuban Women Are Finally Being Published in the US

By Ilana Masad

After years of being unable to buy or teach Cuban women’s books in the United States, Dr. Sara Cooper decided to start translating and publishing them herself. 214 more words
CSU Chico

Title: Pucked Up
Author: Helena Hunting
Genre: Romance, Comedy, Sports (Hockey)
Published: October 25, 2015

Helena Hunting has done it again! She has brought us a hilarious novel of Miller Butterson and his love interest Sunshine Waters. 649 more words

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