Ended: Ultimate Homemaking Bundle

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Janitors Book 3 – Book Review

  My son has a new favorite series called The Janitors. He and his father have read them together, and every night they delight in the tales of children as they conquer monsters bent on stopping them from focusing in school, and an agency that...
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Flash Sale, Gluten Free Books

  My family eats gluten free, and this is a great set of books for getting started, or adding to your gluten free recipe collection. I would love to help anyone who has been diagnosed as gluten intolerant, or who wants to start a gluten...
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My Amazing Author Friend!

My great friend is a real writer. She doesn’t just share her life and thoughts, although that would be fascinating, she writes novels, and stories, and short fiction. She also writes delightful horror. I didn’t know horror could be delightful until I met her. She...
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iPad Mini Summer Must-Read Giveaway!

When it comes to summer reading indie authors offer a refreshing alternative to predictable plots from big name writers. Here’s a list of ten titles from emerging indie authors, pick your favorite and vote on Facebook HERE! We love reading at my house and are...
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Book Review Edenbrooke

Edenbrooke is a delightful Jane Austen era novel. I received an advanced copy, and must admit, I ignored it for months. I love Jane Austen books, and enjoy all the romance, decorum, and manners found in that era and in the writing from that era....
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Beautiful Sorrows Book Review

Beautiful Sorrows is a collection of short horror stories written by my great friend Mercedes Yardley. Like her stories she is a bit of a contradiction. She has three adorable children. Her oldest has special needs, and she is a warrior parent in championing him...
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Book Review: Sitting Kills Moving Heals

I had the opportunity to read and review this book, and I love it!! It is written by a former Director of NASA’s Life Sciences Division, a doctor who got to research the effects of space on astronauts, and then compares them to our modern-day...
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