Summer Reading

I’ve had a bit of extra down-time on my hands this summer; and as a result I’ve been able to enjoy some really good books.  I love reading almost as much as napping or taking bubble baths.

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The Postmistress

by: Sarah Blake History comes to life in The Postmistress, a novel that takes readers back to the early 1940s, when the war raging in Europe showed no end in sight and America was on the brink of joining the fray. Through the eyes of three very different women, author Sarah Blake traces America’s journey [...]

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Saving CeeCee Honeycutt

by: Beth Hoffman Steel Magnolias meets The Help in this Southern debut novel sparkling with humor, heart, and feminine wisdom Twelve-year-old CeeCee Honeycutt is in trouble. For years, she has been the caretaker of her psychotic mother, Camille-the tiara-toting, lipstick-smeared laughingstock of an entire town-a woman trapped in her long-ago moment of glory as the [...]

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Good Reads

I really enjoy reading.  Unfortunately, with that comes a confession of a really bad habit I have.  Once I start a book, if it’s a good one, I can’t put it down.  I read to the exclusion of everything else, everything!  My sweetie is always telling me “You know you can put it down and [...]

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Book Club

Photo from Microsoft Clip Art   Some book clubs can be so demanding and stuffy.  There are instructions set forth by the almighty internet and various guide books about how to form a club, rules to abide by, even sorts of “Robert’s Rules of Order” on how to run the meetings.  Aaarrgh!  Aren’t there enough [...]

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