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Reading Reality · 1h ago

Review: Pardonable Lies by Jacqueline Winspear

My Review: As part of the lead in to March’s Month of Maisie Readalong I get to dip into the earlier tales of Maisie’s adventures in preparation for reading her newest story, In This Grave Hour, in the middle of Maisie month. Pardonable Lies was Mais...
Reading Reality · 1d ago

Review: Twelve Angry Librarians by Miranda James

My Review: This series has been on my TBR pile for quite a while, but a couple of relatively recent events got me to finally pick it up. Last year I updated an “Author Read Alike” article for Novelist about the late Lilian Jackson Braun and her Cat W...
Reading Reality · 2d ago

Review: Thieftaker by D.B. Jackson

My Review: Today is Presidents Day in the U.S. It seemed an appropriate occasion to go diving into the depths of the TBR pile and search for either something relevant, or at least something set in the Revolutionary period. Several friends have recomm...
Reading Reality · 3d ago

The Sunday Post AKA What’s on my (Mostly Virtual) Nightstand 2-19-16

Except for Pardonable Lies, this coming week is one where I pulled stuff out of the middle...
Reading Reality · 4d ago

Stacking the Shelves (223)

I picked up more books from the library than NetGalley and Edelweiss this week. I was insp...
Reading Reality · 5d ago

Review: Someone to Hold by Mary Balogh

My Review: Someone to Hold is the “flip side” of the marvelous Someone to Love. The story in the first Westcott book was the story of Anna Snow, a teacher at the orphanage where she herself grew up. In Love, Anna discovers that she is the only legiti...
Reading Reality · 6d ago

Review: The Chilbury Ladies’ Choir by Jennifer Ryan

My Review: The Chilbury Ladies Choir is the lovely and immersive story of a small coastal village in England during the early years of World War II. The story is told entirely through the letters and diaries of the members of the choir as they naviga...
Reading Reality · 1w ago

Review; Law and Disorder by Heather Graham + Giveaway

My Review: A while back, I read some of Heather Graham’s Krewe of Hunters series and really liked them. But it’s a big series and I’m going to need a large round tuit to get caught up. So when Law and Disorder came up as the first book in a new serie...
Reading Reality · 1W ago

Keep Calm and Hop On Giveaway Hop

First of all, Happy Valentine’s Day. I have presents for you! Second of all… Welcome to the 2nd annual Keep Calm and Hop On Giveaway Hop! This hop is packed with amazing prizes at each stop....
Reading Reality · 1W ago

Review: Norse Mythology by Neil Gaiman

My Review: Neil Gaiman’s retelling of the Norse myths should be required reading for anyone whose primary visions of Odin, Thor and Loki, derived primarily from Marvel Comics and the Marvel Cinematic Universe, just as the author’s once were. Thor was...