“Grieving people don’t care about metaphors” – We Are The Light Summary Maybe that’s closer to the truth than we’d like to admit. We Are The Light is about a man coping with witnessing a shooting in a theatre and losing his wife. He writes to his Jungian analyst (therapist) and doesn’t tell anyone about […]

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I am so excited to dive deep into the themes of Hester with my friends!.The @bookfriendsbookclub is discussing Hester over on our discord channel.  Then we will chat with author Laurie Lico Albanese later via zoom!  There is so much to discuss! “That’s what I strive for, to live only in my imagination, only in a magical world.” Did […]

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“Death was eternal, that was agreed upon. But the finality of it, the security in it, or the desperation of it? Her mind whirled with the unanswered and the mysticism that seemed to coincide with faith.” – The Premonition at Withers Farm The Premonition at Withers Farm is an immersive reading experience. Thank you @bethanyhousefiction […]

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“One thing I have learned is that people don’t fill up on love. There’s no brim on the cup. Love overflows. It grows and bubbles over. A person doesn’t reach a capacity for love. Love just is.” – Faking Christmas, A Christmas Escape Novel by Cindy Steel. Oh friends, this is THE HOLIDAY BOOK to […]

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I have to perfect book to read this Veterans Day! It is The Girls in Navy Blue by Alix Rickloff and just released Nov 1, 2022 from William Morrow. Thank you TLC Book Tours for sending this my way! This book is a dual timeline, dual narrative book that explores the life of the Yeomanettes.  […]

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Happy Pub Day to my friend Joanna Barker!  She has become one of my go to regency romance authors.  She captured my heart yet again with her latest book, A Game of Hearts. “I’d known Tristan over a decade, it was a decade too long.” This regency romance is a darling enemies to lovers, marriage […]

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“I imagine that Brian feels as alone as I do but I can tell he isn’t as afraid.” – Amy Bloom, from In Love. This stunning, short memoir is an honest and heartfelt walk through the process of grief, death, and saying goodbye. Amy Bloom takes us along with her on her journey as she […]

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I love family dramas with unique characters, cultural insights, and rich storylines. Love Marriage has all that and more. The story follows a newly engaged couple from two walks of life. Yasmin comes from a sheltered, conservative Indian family. She is engaged to Joe, a charismatic upper class boy who’s mother is a famous liberal […]

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You all know my first love is historical fiction. When @tlcbooktours reached out to have me read Daughters of the Occupation, I couldn’t resist.  Yes, it’s another WWII story. But don’t be quick to dismiss it.  I don’t think I’ve ever read about the Soviet occupation of Latvia.  And give our current events, I was […]

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“The truth is, even now, all these centuries later, for all our technological advances, all our scientific knowledge of illness, we still don’t know why one person gets sick and another doesn’t, or why one patient survives and another dies.” – Sea of Tranquility SYNOPSIS This pandemic era sci fi novella features a unique cast […]

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