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Book Review: The Girl Who Knew Too Much by Amanda Quick

The Girl Who Knew Too Much Amanda Quick 9780399174476, $27, Penguin, Pub. Date: May 9, 2017 Genres: Adult fiction, mystery, romance Short blurb: The glitz and glamor of 1930s Hollywood. A secretary-turned-reporter with a new identity, hot on the trail of a murderer. An ex-magician with secrets of his own to hide. An updated feel … Continue reading

2015 Goodreads Stats

2012: 42 books 2013: 48 books 2014: 135 books 2015: 154 books It hardly comes as a surprise but 2015 was the year of reading bodice-ripping romance novels, which probably explains why I read 154 books this year! Only a few novels were children books, even fewer YA, mostly mysteries, paranormal romances, motorcycle romances, and … Continue reading

New Release: Blood Magick by Nora Roberts

I’m a huge fan of everything Nora Roberts writes, whether its futuristic murder mysteries under her pseudonym, JD Robb, or her romances with touches of magic, or her contemporary romantic-thrillers. This is the final book in a trilogy filled with magic, set in Ireland, somewhat reminiscent of her Key trilogy, but equally delightful. Blook Magick, … Continue reading

New Release: Festive in Death by J.D. Robb

Tuesday is new book release day! It’s hard to imagine, but we’re technically 39 books into Nora Roberts-writing-as-J.D. Robb‘s In Death series (and that’s not counting the handful of short stories in found in various collections). #39 is called Festive in Death, and it is available in stores and online starting today. Published by Penguin, … Continue reading

New Release: Shifting Shadows by Patricia Briggs

Tuesday is new book release day! I highlighted this book during a previous Waiting on Wednesday post, but here it is fresh as it is out today. Shifting Shadows: Stories from the World of Mercy Thompson Patricia Briggs 9780425265000, Hardcover, $26.95 A collection of all-new and previously published short stories featuring Mercy Thompson, “one of … Continue reading

New Release: Evernight by Kristen Callahan

Tuesday is new release day! Introducing book 5 in Kristen Callahan‘s Darkest London series, Evernight. Published by Hachette Book Group: 9781455581641 Mass Market Paperback, $6 This series is seriously steamy historical steampunk (try saying that 10 times fast), with werewolves, magic, impressive machinery (of all sorts), and sexual tension you could cut with a knife … Continue reading

New Release: The Catch by Taylor Stevens

Tuesday is new release day! Taylor Stevens has just released the fourth book in her Vanessa Michael Monroe thriller series. Introducing The Catch. HALLELUJAH! I’ve devoured every VMM book that’s come out – mixed-race, gender-bending, multilingual, international, thriller – seriously, what’s not to love? Here’s the book synopsis: Vanessa Michael Munroe, the informationist, chameleon, and … Continue reading

New Release: Don’t Talk to Strangers by Amanda Kyle Williams

At long last, the day has arrived! Amanda Kyle Williams has released the third book in her murder mystery series starring recovering alcoholic, recovering FBI investigator Keye Street: Don’t Talk to Strangers. Here’s all you need to know: He likes them smart.   In the woods of Whisper, Georgia, two bodies are found: one recently … Continue reading

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Book review time! 
The Story of Diva and Flea
By Mo Willems + Tony DiTerlizzi
Loved this as a read-aloud for little ones that can sit still for longer picture books, or, as it's a beginning chapter book, great for ages 6-8 who are learning how to read more confidently by themselves.
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#poemaday #love #lovepoem #nationalpoetrymonth #pabloneruda #wildlyread #poem #poetry Happy National Poetry Month!
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#poemaday #nationalpoetrymonth #haiku #kerouac #wildlyread #poem #poetry First day of full-time hours in my new job as a bookseller for an independent bookstore, and it's staff pick time! I fell in love with this book years ago, before the movie was even a dream. Though I'm not a fan of the movie tie-in cover, I'll gladly place this book in readers' hands. . . .
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