Book Review: Bright-Sided: How Positive Thinking is Undermining America By Shelby Brokaw Throughout my entire life, I have had people tell me that I do not smile enough, so you can imagine my excitement when I finally read a book telling me to smile less. Well, perhaps more accurately, it told me to think a little […]
An accident in Friday’s spin class has left Alice with more than a nasty bump because now she is ten years younger- at least in her mind. Alice believes that she is 29 again, madly in love with her husband and expecting their first child with the last ten years forgotten.
Author Patricia Wood will be letting us pick her brain about her book Lottery at the next meeting of the “So Many Books, So Little Time” book discussion group. She will join us via Skype from her home in Hawaii. The meeting is on Sunday June 26th from 3-4:30 PM.
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The snowman did not look out to the world but was built facing the house seeming to watch the family inside. Then the mother from the house disappeared and around the snowman’s neck her pink scarf appeared. No one knows who built the snowman
Think of swordsmen and musketeers then mix in the intrigue of Cardinal Richelieu and the courts of France and Spain and then throw in dragons infiltrating society and you have the action packed fantasy adventure
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This month’s pick, Sisterchicks Go Brit! by Robin Jones Gunn, is a light, pleasant, “feel-good” read–the perfect way to welcome summer.
Jean le Flambeur is a man of many identities, crimes, and heists as he is a master thief who is the stuff of legends. He has been out of commission since serving time in the Dilemma Prison where games are played in an endless cycle of life and death. The monotony is enough to drive Jean nuts but it’s broken