Monthly Archives: December 2013

My Favorite Books of 2013

With the new year just around the corner, it’s time to post my list of favorite books read in 2013.  I read some awesome books, and it was really hard to narrow it down for this post!  I tend to … Continue reading

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Top Ten Tuesday: Books I Wouldn’t Mind Santa Bringing Me

Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by The Broke and the Bookish! First of all, HAPPY CHRISTMAS EVE!!  And also since I won’t be posting tomorrow, MERRY CHRISTMAS!  To all who celebrate 🙂 This week’s topic: Books I wouldn’t mind Santa … Continue reading

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Top Ten Tuesday: New to Me Authors I Read in 2013

Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by The Broke and the Bookish! This week’s topic: New to me authors I read in 2013. 1. Jessica Keener.  I read both Night Swim and Women in Bed and adored them.  I plan on … Continue reading

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The Angel’s Game by Carlos Ruiz Zafon

    Here’s the description from the back of the book: In an abandoned mansion at the heart of Barcelona, a young man, David Martín, makes his living by writing sensationalist novels under a pseudonym. The survivor of a troubled … Continue reading

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The Perpetual Page Turner’s Annual End of Year Book Survey

It’s once again that time of year!  December is always a month of snow and family time for me, for it’s the perfect time to fill out Jamie’s 4th Annual End of Year Book Survey!  I’ve done a lot of … Continue reading

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Top Ten Tuesday: Books on my Winter TBR List

Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by The Broke and the Bookish.  🙂 This week’s topic: books on my Winter TBR list.  I love Winter.  It is my favorite season.  I loved curling up with a book and a cup of … Continue reading

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Review: Charlie Chan by Yunte Huang

This is the story of the infamous fictional character Charlie Chan-who inspired him and how he made his way from books to the screen to the hearts of millions of people.  Also, how changing viewpoints on race and racism made … Continue reading

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