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Book Series – Awesome or a Flop or Somewhere in Between?

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  3. Sunday, 13 September 2020
Davida Chazan blogged about reading series on The Chocolate Lady’s Book Review Blog Here and Here Responding to her prompted me to write a blog of my own.   Somewhere in Between: I read several of the #1 Ladies’ Detective Agency books before I finally tired of them. (He shouldn’t have written so man...

Will You Ever Change? — Aurelie Valognes

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  3. Sunday, 06 September 2020
    All families have their ups and downs and idiosyncrasies. In Will You Ever Change? Valognes provides the reader with a gentle look at the dynamics of one family in France. That the story is infused with touches of French culture and French cuisine, enhances the enjoyment of this delightful light...

Safe crossing – goose style – Victoria, BC

  2.   Science Fiction
  3. Sunday, 30 August 2020
“Look left. Look right.”   Mother Goose honks sternly and the flock gathers.   “All clear. We’re good to go.” And so they do.   Before long, Mother Goose will be leading them south for the winter, but today they’ve enjoyed a bit of relaxation in the beauty of Victoria.   http://www.darlenejonesautho...

A walk in the park leads to “Five Wives” – Joan Thomas

  2.   Science Fiction
  3. Sunday, 23 August 2020
Walking my dog the other day, I see a woman sitting on the grass with a book, her dog nearby. The dogs decide a meeting is in order, so while they sniff noses, I ask the woman what she’s reading. This leads to a discussion of books, our reading preferences, and sharing of recommendations. I tell her...

Rereading novels

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  3. Sunday, 16 August 2020
I read Jane Davis’ marvelous new novel, At the Stroke of Nine O’clock. I immediately turned to page one to begin rereading it which prompted me to post this question on Facebook. Have you ever read a book you liked so much that you turned back to page 1 to reread it immediately? If so, what was the ...

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