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Sunday Coffee – Wrapping Up 2017

Well, once again I reiterate the mantra of the last few years: 2017 wasn’t a great one for me. The government went crazy, lots of bad stuff happened in the world, and my family had a rough year with Jason … Continue reading

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Best New-to-Me Authors in 2017

Today’s Top Ten Tuesday asks us to list our top authors that we read for the first time in 2017. I read 28 new-to-me authors in 2017, and I don’t quite have ten new “bests,” so here’s my short list … Continue reading

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Sunday Coffee – 2018 Goals

The last four years have followed the same pattern. As New Years approaches, I make goals. Sometimes they’re elaborate, sometimes simple. Sometimes they start off going well, sometimes they don’t. Either way, about halfway into the year, my family moves … Continue reading

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Book Priorities of 2018

Today’s Top Ten Tuesday asks what we are most looking forward to reading in 2018. As I said back in early November, 2018 looks to be a bit of a dry year for me in terms of book releases by … Continue reading

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Top Ten Books I Hope Santa Brings!

Topping my list of potential Christmas gifts this year are… 1. Wine Isn’t Rocket Science – Ophelie Neiman 2. The Empty Grave – Jonathan Stroud 3. Night of Cake and Puppets – Laini Taylor 4. The Trespasser – Tana French … Continue reading

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Top Ten Bookish Settings to Visit

I adore when books make a new world (either fantasy or real) come alive! Here are some of my favorites, places I’d love to visit – though only if I could be a passive observe on some of these! 1. … Continue reading

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Sunday Coffee – RIP XII Wrap-up

The time comes for another end to RIP. For this RIP XII season, I wasn’t sure what I was going to read. Something about this autumn – I just wasn’t feeling terribly inspired. I’m sure that has a lot to … Continue reading

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