Monthly Archives: October 2020

Cold Storage by David Koepp – Book Review

While his name might not immediately ring any bells for a lot of readers, odds are every single person who reads this review has encountered the work of David Koepp at some point in the past thirty-plus years. Koepp is … Continue reading

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The Tattooist of Auschwitz by Heather Morris – Book Review

“You will honor them by staying alive, surviving this place and telling the world what happened here.” –Heather Morris There are certain periods in history that fill me with an absolute all encompassing blind rage. It should come as no … Continue reading

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WWW Wednesday – Oct 21, 2020

Here’s my second edition of this weekly series of posts from Sam at Taking on a World of Words. Check out her blog if you haven’t, as she shares some fabulous content. In this series, each blogger answers the 3 … Continue reading

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There is power in allowing yourself to be known and heard, in owning your unique story, in using your authentic voice. And there’s grace in being willing to know and hear others. – Michelle Obama, Becoming I first picked up … Continue reading

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The Dutch House

There are a few times in life when you leap up and the past that you’d been standing on falls away behind you, and the future you mean to land on is not yet in place, and for a moment … Continue reading

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WWW Wednesday – October 7, 2020

I love the idea of sharing reading experiences with fellow writers and bloggers, so I’m participating in the challenge from Sam @ Taking on a World of Words. Along with other bloggers, I’ll answer the three questions and share my … Continue reading

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Erotic Stories for Punjabi Widows

With this book, Balli Kaur Jaswal has created a delightful, charming, and ultimately moving novel about female identity. Perhaps I should have expected it based upon the title alone, but admittedly I didn’t anticipate just exactly HOW erotic this little … Continue reading

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