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My Week in Books: Tales of Many Tastes-Tastes of Many Tales?

I finished several novels this week. Thank the ear infections for my time spent on the couch. At least they have been good for something! Garment of Shadows, by Laurie R. King Yet another Russell and Holmes mystery. Such a … Continue reading

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My (Grateful) Week in Books: A Double Nickel Giveaway

I’m turning 55 this week. That seems pretty special and spectacular. Maybe that’s surprising for some, but that’s how I roll. No black balloons for me. I feel so blessed to be in this world, even with all of its … Continue reading

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Grateful: A New Opportunity

This month marks the beginning of an exciting alliance for me. I’m excited to announce, for those of you who might have missed it, that I’ve joined the team of the Mixed Up Files… for Middle Grade Authors blog. You … Continue reading

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Today’s gratitude in two shots: kids and books

I am always grateful to come across moments like these. It somehow validates my work, what I’ve done to bring children and books together, but it’s more than that. It brings me deep joy to see, because this was surely … Continue reading

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An Unexpected Delight: Andi Boggs

Andi Unexpected by Amanda Flower My rating: 4 of 5 stars Andi has recently lost her busy and vital scientist parents. She and her older sister Bethany suddenly find themselves living with their eccentric aunt after some time spent with … Continue reading

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