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Book Reviews: First of Her Kind and Death's Dream Kingdom

For February, I’d like to showcase two uber talented indie authors that are on my authors to watch list. Because I expect more and more great things from both of them! K.L. Schwengel crafts a beautiful page-turner with her debut … Continue reading

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If Bread Could Rise to the Occasion and Dance of Souls Book Reviews

Traveling is a great time to catch up on reading. I was at CT Fiction Fest this weekend so I bring you two more book reviews.   If Bread Could Rise to the Occasion Paige Shelton has done it again! … Continue reading

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Fruit of All Evil–Book Review+Contest Reminder

In honor of this week’s blog contest (click here for contest info) where you can win a free autographed copy of Paige Shelton’s Fruit of All Evil, I decided to repost my review of her book. Just so you’d know what a great prize … Continue reading

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Book Review–Spackled and Spooked

While in Italy, I finished Jennie Bentley’s second book in her Do-It-Yourself murder mystery series, Spackled and Spooked. Here’s me in front of the Leaning Tower of Pisa with Spackled and Spooked. Excuse the sorta grimace on my face. The … Continue reading

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Fruit of All Evil–Book Review

The best Christmas present I got (excluding the Ipad from Mom)? The ARC for Paige Shelton’s second book in the Farmers’ Market Mystery series, Fruit of All Evil. Ms. Shelton does it again with a deliciously good twist. There are … Continue reading

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Fatal Fixer-Upper–Book Review

I just finished Jennie Bentley’s first book in her Do-It-Yourself series! I know a couple years late. LOL. But I just picked it up this summer. Fatal Fixer-Upper doesn’t disappoint. Avery is a plucky, likable protagonist (and a believable Manhattanite sans the … Continue reading

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