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Reading Reality · 12h ago

Review: Dear Fahrenheit 451 by Annie Spence

My Review: There’s a song in this book, or at least a subtitle, “To All the Books I’ve Loved Before”. And that observation also nicely encapsulates the level of snarky librarian attitude displayed throughout. And this is also a terrific book to highl...
Reading Reality · 1d ago

The Sunday Post AKA What’s on my (Mostly Virtual) Nightstand 9-24-17

Today is the first day of Banned Books Week. And I’ll admit that my review of Dear Fahrenh...
Reading Reality · 2d ago

Stacking the Shelves (254)

I have found the plot! No, seriously, I have a copy of The Lost Plot, the next book in the...
Reading Reality · 3d ago

Review: Fool Me Once by Catherine Bybee

My Review: As the old saying goes, “Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, shame on ME.” I still hear those words in Jimmy Doohan’s inimitable Scottish brogue, as the first time I ever heard this adage was in Star Trek: The Original Series in the...
Reading Reality · 4d ago

Review: Defending Hearts by Rebecca Crowley + Giveaway

My Review: I picked this one because I live in Atlanta. I always enjoy reading books about the place I live – or places I have lived. I still have a soft spot in my heart for books set in Alaska after three years there. But this story isn’t really ab...
Reading Reality · 5d ago

Review: Sugar Pine Trail by RaeAnne Thayne + Giveaway

My Review: It may only be September, but welcome to the first holiday book review of the year! And we’re back in cozy Haven Point in this follow up to Serenity Harbor and my personal favorite in the series, Riverbend Road. Sugar Pine Trail even ties ...
Reading Reality · 6d ago

Review: Tramps and Thieves by Rhys Ford

My Review: Tramps and Thieves is a terrific follow up to its series opener, Murder and Mayhem. And it gets off to an equally explosive start. Last time it was a shoot out over a misidentified Wookie, this time it’s a prank heist that turns up a real ...
Reading Reality · 1w ago

Review: A Casualty of War by Charles Todd

My Review: They say that the road to hell is paved with good intentions. And that’s how it seems for much of A Casualty of War, as every time that Bess Crawford attempts to make things better for Captain Alan Travis, she seems to end up digging the p...
Reading Reality · 1W ago

The Sunday Post AKA What’s on my (Mostly Virtual) Nightstand 9-17-17

Last weekend was the calm before the storm. This weekend, it’s the calm after the storm! I...
Reading Reality · 1W ago

Stacking the Shelves (253)

Not a big list, but hopefully an interesting one. While waiting out Tropical Storm Irma, I...