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Something Yellow

Something Yellow

It is just a book kind of week…Have you checked out the GIVEAWAY yet?. I am joining a blog tour by Chick Lit Plus   Holly left her Virginia mountain home town thirteen years ago to begin a new life in Atlanta.  She tried to escape her past, and the memories that haunted her, by throwing  herself into her career.   Her work-a-holic ways seemed to be doing the trick until the banking crisis hit and Holly found herself back at…

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Marionette

Marionette

To celebrate Cyber Monday DANGLED CARAT IS ON SALE! Kindle  and all Ebooks $0.99 Print on Create Space HERE $5.99 with coupon code:  V6JAXYF8 *** I left the hotel gym, IPad in hand, reluctantly.  Not that I wanted to exercise more (although considering the amount of french fries I had the night before maybe that should have been the reason).  But instead I didn’t want to stop reading TB Markinson’s new novel,Marionette I am fortunate.  Over the last few months I have…

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A Woman Lost – a friend found

A Woman Lost – a friend found

Life is strange – you never know what is going to happen or who you are going to meet. A couple of weeks ago I received an email from one of my best bloggy friends, Beth Ann, from It’s Just Life. She wanted to “introduce me” to one of her bloggy friends TB Markinson. Beth Ann figured that we’d have a lot in common since I am about to publish my memoir, Dangled Carat, and TBM just published her novel,…

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Orphan Train by Christina Baker-Kline

Orphan Train by Christina Baker-Kline

There are some books that you wish would go on forever… No matter where the author chooses to end the story it is too soon for you  You are just so enthralled with the characters – their past and their future – that you can’t help but want more.  Christina Baker-Kline’s novel, Orphan Train is one of these books…. Molly Ayer, a seventeen year old girl in foster care, reluctantly agrees to help Vivian Daly, a wealthy ninety-one year old…

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To Katie, With Love – book review

To Katie, With Love – book review

Who hasn’t been there? Who hasn’t been afraid to open there heart to love?  And who hasn’t found it easier to satisfy their need for romance with a character in a book or a movie than with a real live person?   Katie James had the perfect plan protect her heart.  She was going to stay home, with her imaginary cat, and read (and re-read) the worn out pages of her favorite romance novels.  The sexy vampire was all she…

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