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Oct 05
Mini Book Review Monday

Mini Book Review Monday

Mini…………because two of these books were read over a month ago, and alas great details slip my mind…….. I finished this book last week. It is the story of 11 girls from Ames Iowa, just a bit younger than myself, born in 1963 and 64. This amazing look into how… Read more »

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Sep 02
Book Review: The Help

Book Review: The Help

The HelpbyKathryn Stockett Set in 1962 Mississippi, The Help is the story of a young woman, Skeeter, who has recently returned home from college. Living again in Jackson MS, she is not surprised that her mother’s biggest concern is her finding a husband. She aspires to be a writer, and… Read more »

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Jul 14
Book Review: Best Friends Forever

Book Review: Best Friends Forever

I ‘ve read all of Jennifer Weiner’s books, and from the beginning I fell in love with her wit and style and her ability to make me laugh at the realities in our lives that are so funny but true. From the Publisher: Addie Downs and Valerie Adler will be… Read more »

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Jun 20
Book Review: Home Safe

Book Review: Home Safe

I’ve read most of Elizabeth Berg’s novels. I find her style easy and detailed and enjoyable. What I’ve enjoyed most in her books has been her ability to look into a woman’s soul, what she is feeling and how she is managing change in her life. In Berg’s newest novel,… Read more »

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Jun 03
Book Review : Handle with Care

Book Review : Handle with Care

Handle with Care is the story of Willow, a young girl with Osteogenesis Imperfecta, or OI, brittle bone disease. Her bones break from the simplest of acts, bumping into a table, sitting down etc. Her mother, Charlotte, her father Sean, her sister Amelia are all impacted by Willow’s OI, keeping… Read more »

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May 14
Book Review  The Lost Quilter

Book Review The Lost Quilter

From Publishers Weekly:n her 14th series installment, Chiaverini picks up the threads from The Runaway Quilt to spin another tale of adventure, love, perseverance and, of course, quilting. When Sylvia Bergstrom Compson and her staff find a stash of old letters hidden in an antique desk in the manor’s attic,… Read more »

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Mar 25
A Book Review and my First Give A Way!

A Book Review and my First Give A Way!

The Middle Place By Kelly Corrigan Earlier this month my friend Shiela emailed me a link to a You Tube Video entitled Transcending. I watched this video and cried and knew I had to read this woman’s book……it was something I could relate to, I’m a woman who loves other… Read more »

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