Monthly Archives: October 2013

Review of A Kiss at Midnight

            First a quick note: With NaNo upon us this is probably the last book I will review for most or all of November. I will be keeping everyone updated about my NaNo happenings though. … Continue reading

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NaNo 2013

November is approaching and this will be the first year I participate in NaNo.  For anyone not familiar with NaNo the basics are writers try to write a 50k word novel during the month of November. Of course, I am … Continue reading

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A day of retail therapy

I love retail therapy. You probably know how it goes: I’m stressed about work so I should buy a new blouse; the kids are making me crazy so I deserve a nice book; boyfriend has forgotten to unload the dishwasher … Continue reading

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Drowning in a sea of books!

Originally posted on Blotting Away:
Bookshelves (Photo credit: gpoo) In the past weeks I have heard so many fantastic quotes/sayings about books that I am forced to share a few.   “No two persons ever read the same book”  …

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Review of Clash of Kings (Book #2 in Game of Thrones series)

  Summary- After the death of King Robert and Eddard Stark the world is in chaos. Joffery sits on the iron throne but rumor has spread that he is not actually Robert’s son but a Bastard born of incest between … Continue reading

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Review of Forgiven (Book #3 of the Plain Fear Series)

  Summary- Samuel is trying to come to grips with murdering his brother. He goes on a journey to learn more. And he is being stalked by a vampire. My rating C First off the idea of mixing the Amish … Continue reading

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How to Read (More)

Originally posted on adoptingjames:
Believe it or not, you have more time to read than you think. Here are some practical tips to help you work through that lengthy reading list. On average, I read 2-4 books per month, but…

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