Reader Friday – Deadly Proof

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Welcome to my Reader Friday blog. This week I’m reviewing Rachel Dylan’s Deadly Proof. Here’s the back cover copy and then my review. In the biggest case of her career, attorney Kate Sullivan is tapped as lead counsel to take on Mason Pharmaceutical because of a corporate cover-up related to its newest drug. After a whistleblower dies, Kate knows the …

Reader Friday: Coming Home

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This week I’ve been reading stories from Coming Home, A Tiny House Collection. The one I’ve enjoyed most so far is a suspense by Chandra Lynn Smith. The Light that Holds Her grabbed me when the heroine started finding yellow marbles everywhere. And then she discovers a wife abuser is coming after her. Where do you hide in a tiny house? I n …

Reader Friday

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What are you reading this week? After I typed that, I realized I should challenge everyone to read at least one book each week! Lately, that’s what I’ve been able to do. Last week I read Mississippi’s own Stephenia H. McGee’s In His Eyes. Stephenia lives just outside Jackson, Mississippi and her book is set a few miles north in Greenville, during Reconstruction …

What Are You Reading Friday?

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It’s What are you reading Friday and this week I’m reviewing a book I finished earlier this month: Murder Mezzo Forte by Donn Taylor. Here’s the back cover blurb:  He is a reclusive history professor with musical hallucinations, she a headstrong professor of religion. Earlier, they solved a campus murder, but now police say they formed two-thirds of an illicit …

Always With You by Elaine Stock – A Review

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  Today I’m giving away a copy of Elaine’s Stock’s debut novel, Always With You,  to one lucky person who leaves a comment. (Print book for US addresses, digital for all other) Elaine Stock has crafted an amazing story of redemption in Always With You with well-drawn characters and an intriguing plot. Seeking the love she never had, Isabelle falls hard …

Glenn Haggerty and Run–Middle Grade Fiction Dealing with Bullying

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I can’t imagine anything worse for an awkward teenage boy than being the new kid in town who wants to fit in but ends up being the target of bullies. Run is a fast-paced, action-packed novel perfect for tween and early teenage boys (and girls). And this adult enjoyed it as well. After I invited Glenn Haggerty to be on my …

Author Thursday: Mary Hamilton

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I’m so excited to have Mary Hamilton on the blog today. AND….I’ll be giving away a copy of her new book! Just leave a comment and tell me if you went to camp when you were young! Mary writes books for tweens called the Rustic Knoll Bible Camp series. Rustic Knoll–where kids bring their baggage to camp and learn how to …