The Seven Deadly Sisters by Patricia McGerr

Saturday, April 16, my dad sent me this photo of himself. It was taken in 1960. He was stationed in Diyarbakir, Turkey near the Tigris river. He was 24 years old. The next day he got to celebrate Easter face to face with his Lord. Free at last, free at last! Praise God Almighty, youContinue reading “The Seven Deadly Sisters by Patricia McGerr”

Pick Your Victim by Pat McGerr

I have really been out of the loop lately with posting reviews and reading other people’s reviews. With surgery and book promotion, it’s hard getting my routine back. Last Saturday I had a book signing at a local bookstore. I sold twenty copies! Which was actually about twenty more than I hoped to sell. IContinue reading “Pick Your Victim by Pat McGerr”

Amazing Grace: William Wilberforce and the Heroic Campaign to End Slavery by Eric Metaxas

 This is how I read a lot of the non fiction I review.  I try to be a good steward of my body and exercise but I must confess that stationary machines are sooo boring!  I’m also able to knock out a lot of my non fiction reading list this way. But enough about me. Continue reading “Amazing Grace: William Wilberforce and the Heroic Campaign to End Slavery by Eric Metaxas”

Poor Mouth: A Bad Story About the Hard Life by Flann O’Brian

 Hope everyone has a Happy Valentine’s Day. Tulips from my hubby cubby. The card is hand painted by me and has a special note to him written on the back. The Poor Mouth: A Bad Story about the Hard Life by Flann O’Brien My rating: 5 of 5 stars This is the second novel I have read byContinue reading “Poor Mouth: A Bad Story About the Hard Life by Flann O’Brian”

Murder in East Texas by Sharon Wilfong

Allow me to introduce my first book. It’s a murder mystery. Here’s the blurb on the back cover: What does a single mom need to do to meet Mr. Right when there are no eligible men at church, and bars are out of the question? You join a dulcimer club, of course! Kimberly may notContinue reading “Murder in East Texas by Sharon Wilfong”

Mystery in White by J. Jefferson Farjeon; The Christmas Egg by Mary Kelly

For the month of December I have collected a bunch of cozy Christmas reads. So far they have been fun and go perfectly snuggled up in a soft, warm blanket and a hot cuppa. Here are a couple of reviews: Mystery in White by J. Jefferson Farjeon My rating: 5 of 5 stars This isContinue reading “Mystery in White by J. Jefferson Farjeon; The Christmas Egg by Mary Kelly”

The Hobbit by J. R. Tolkien

Josh and I just finished reading The Hobbit together. Tonight we’re starting on Lord of the Rings. Perfect winter reading! What can I say about The Hobbit that has not been said by wiser or more insightful people than I ? Only my own individualized, fresh and sparkling take on a wonderful tale.  Ha, ha. Continue reading “The Hobbit by J. R. Tolkien”

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