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The Classics Club Update

I joined The Classics Club back in early 2013.  The goal was to read 50 classics in 5 years.  I’m a bit behindView full post »

Book Review: The Secret Place

Title:   The Secret Place (Dublin Murder Squad #5) Author:   Tana French Genre:   Thriller/Mystery Source:   AudibleView full post »

Happy 4th of July!

To all my fellow Americans, have a happy and safe 4th of July.View full post »

Book Review: The Bone Season

Title:  The Bone Season Author:  Samantha Shannon Genre:  YA/Dystopian/Fantasy Source:  Audible purchase Rating: 2.5View full post »

Blog Lovin’

Follow my blog with Bloglovin I’m giving Blog Lovin’ a try.  So, you’re looking for a new way toView full post »

Whispersync for Kindle

If you have a Kindle then you may have heard about “Whispersync“.  It’s this great concept thatView full post »

Book Review: CarniePunk

Title:  CarniePunk Author:  Anthology Publisher:  Gallery Books Genre:  Urban Fantasy/Steam Punk Source:  ARC fromView full post »

Book Review: Blameless

Title:   Blameless (Parasol Protectorate #3) Author:   Gail Carriger Publisher:   Genre:   Urban Fantasy/SteampunkView full post »

Armchair BEA Genre Focus: Classics

Each day during the Armchair BEA, we will be focusing on a different type of book genre.  The purpose is to share ourView full post »

Top Ten Books on My Spring TBR List

This week’s top ten list is all about those books that I MUST read this spring.  The Top Ten Tuesday meme isView full post »

Literary Blog Hop & Giveaway

When I went back to school a couple of years ago for my Masters degree in education,  I found that I had little timeView full post »

Bookish Odds & Ends

Have you seen the caricatures by Mike Caplanis?  I love them!!  You can find his caricatures gracing pillows,View full post »

Just in case you were wondering…

…the screen on the iPhone 4 is NOT shatterproof.View full post »

2013 Where Are You Reading Challenge

Sad fact about me:  I don’t have a passport.  I’ve never had the need for one.  My dream has always beenView full post »

A Poem In Remembrance of Lives Lost

My friend’s 13 year old daughter wrote this poem yesterday after she learned of the tragedy in CT.  I wanted toView full post »

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