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The Year I Dated The Internet

The Year I Dated the Internet by Stacy Lynn Carroll With her 30th birthday fast approaching, Chelsea Wilson decides she is done being single. She is going to be married by the end of the year if it kills her. … Continue reading

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Best Of Blog: Hemingway’s Cat is Missing

This post appeared in November 2011. The kitty pictured above wasn’t Hemingway’s cat but she was the inspiration for the Magical Cool Cat Mysteries. The books don’t really do her justice. She died unexpectedly and I’m just grateful now that … Continue reading

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Review: Only Her

Here is the description from Amazon: “Former SEAL sniper Cody Roberts has returned from Afghanistan with too many demons and a simple wish: to be left alone. Working for K2 Special Services, caring for the war dogs he rescued, playing … Continue reading

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Mailbox Monday

Two nonfiction books landed in my mailbox this week: Here is the description from Amazon: “Think Michele Guinness meets Bill Bryson. Finding Myself In Britain is a witty, insightful look at faith, identity and the quirks of British life by … Continue reading

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FREE – The book John Grisham says is his “most important”.

Here’s the description from Amazon for the book John Grisham has called his “most important”: “John Grisham says THE TUMOR is the most important book he has ever written. In this short book, he provides readers with a fictional account … Continue reading

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Mulligan’s Christmas Stew – Audiobook Review

Here is the description of Mulligan’s Christmas Stew from Audible: “For more than 30 years as a roving reporter, AP pecial correspondent (and legendary storyteller) Hugh Mulligan wrote witty, quirky, and sometimes poignant Christmas columns from many distant datelines. Whether … Continue reading

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Mailbox Monday

I was drawn to Christmas at the Vicarage partly because I had an OMG it’s almost Christmas moment yesterday and partly because the second chance at first love theme reminded me of a dear friend. My dear friend reunited with … Continue reading

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Mailbox Monday

Helena Rubinstein, growing up poor in Poland, knew she was destined for big things from the beginning. She discovered that lanolin from sheep made a fabulous moisturizer and experimented with lavender and other herbs to create a facial cream that … Continue reading

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*Expired*FREE Magical Cool Cat Mysteries Boxed Set Vol 2

The cats are in charge and you can enjoy a free download of Magical Cool Cat Mysteries Boxed Set Vol 2 on July 4,5,6,7 & 8. It’s regularly priced at $2.99 It’s the Cat’s Meow when astute Persian Tatania and … Continue reading

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Empire of Deception –His Last Con May Not Have Been Uncovered

After a friend swindles Leo Koretz out of money in a Panama timberland investment scheme, he learns two things: 1) The closer friends they are, the harder the suckers fall; 2) He could create a bigger and better fraudulent Panama … Continue reading

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