Monthly Archives: October 2014

Top Ten Tuesday: New Series I Want to Start

Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by The Broke and the Bookish! This week’s topic: Top ten new series I want to start Well I don’t really read very many series, but I’ll give this my best shot.  Some of the … Continue reading

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Readathon Updates

I’m a little late to the party, but this is my official readathon update post!  I wanted to get this up this morning…..but that didn’t happen and I didn’t want to leave my book to turn on my computer. Here’s … Continue reading

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Readathon Time!!

I can’t believe it’s already that time of year again-time for Dewey’s 24 Hour Readathon.  It’s always so much fun! I’ll be reading as much as I possibly can tomorrow.  I don’t have a set stack of books waiting for … Continue reading

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Top Ten Tuesday: Places Books Have Made me Want to Visit

Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by The Broke and the Bookish! This week’s topic: Ten places books have made me want to visit I’m sure it’ll come to no surprise that most of the books on this list take place … Continue reading

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Review: The Birds of Pandemonium by Michele Raffin

Here’s the synopsis from Goodreads.com: Each morning at first light, Michele Raffin steps outside into the bewitching bird music that heralds another day at Pandemonium Aviaries. A full symphony that swells from the most vocal of more than 350 avian … Continue reading

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Memories of Scary Stories

Today is my dad’s birthday.  He would have turned 56. Instead of wallowing and drinking and being sad, I decided to focus on good, happy memories.  And with this being the season for Halloween, I got to thinking about all … Continue reading

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Review: Rainey Royal by Dylan Landis

Here’s the synopsis from Goodreads.com: Fourteen-year-old Rainey Royal lives with her father, a jazz musician with a cultish personality, in a once-elegant, now decaying brownstone. Her mother has abandoned the family, and Rainey fends off advances from her father’s best … Continue reading

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