Ghosted

October 13, 2019

As Sarah Harrington McKay walks along this familiar English village green she encounters a man who will change her life forever—Eddie David. It was love at first sight for both of them. An instant connection takes place and begins a week of two souls falling deep into the spell of one another. This magical gift […]

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Confessions of a Wild Child

October 6, 2019

So you’re traveling, charging your e-reader when a book in the airport store catches your eye. That’s how I met Jackie Collins’ Confessions of a Wild Child. Oh sure. Who hasn’t heard of Jackie Collins, the best-selling, Beverly Hills author who’s been writing scandalous novels often based on the rich and famous in the same […]

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Beneath A Scarlett Sky

October 1, 2019

Set in the year 1943, this book by author Mark Sullivan tells the tales of victims and survivors of the Nazi invasion of Italy during World War Two. While it is a work of fiction, the book is based on facts and is told from the perspective of a true war hero, Pino Lella. Seventeen-year-old […]

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A Dime At A Time—My Canine Charity Challenge

October 1, 2019

I am not the biggest fan of social media. Now before you get upset, let me clarify. I like the interaction and the posts of others, I just struggle with my own sometimes. Yes, I do my share of posting, but it’s not really where I like to spend my free time. I’d prefer to […]

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The Color Monster: A Story About Emotions

September 28, 2019

This is the story of Color Monster who wakes up confused because he’s experiencing a jumble of emotions from happy to sad and calm to scared. A little girl comes to his aid and helps him understand each feeling by likening them to various colors. When Color Monster is able to makes sense of how […]

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Book Club Favorites

September 22, 2019

What makes a book worthy of a book club? When I lived in Chicago, I was part of an awesome book club made up of twelve women whom I hadn’t met prior. Along with this group of diverse women came a cacophony of unique tastes in literature. While each of these women, me included, were […]

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