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Weekend Reading

The Chalk Man by C.J. Tudor was a good mystery that flowed well and kept me turning the pages, curious what would happen next. I read this quickly thanks to the authors writing style. I like how the reader can draw their own conclusions about the people in the story, never quite sure who is… Read More Weekend Reading

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Weekend Reading

If you haven’t read Kristin Hannah’s incredible novel, The Nightingale, do so immediately! In fact, here is the link from Amazon so you can get it now.  In February, Kristin’s new book will be out and you won’t want to miss The Great Alone. What a talented author to write such varying books, yet still… Read More Weekend Reading

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Weekend Reading

I was in the mood for a creepy page-turner of a story and Lie With Me by Sabine Durrant was just what I wanted. Reminiscent of YOU by Caroline Kepnes in the creepiness factor, the story centers around an arrogant, struggling has-been novelist named Paul, my favorite kind of narrator for this type of book,… Read More Weekend Reading

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Weekend Reading

  I’ve really enjoyed watching Tyler Henry’s show on the E! channel and was excited to read his book, Between Two Worlds. In case you don’t know, Tyler is a young medium who has been blessed with the gift of communicating with spirits. I am intrigued with spirituality and the idea that our loved ones… Read More Weekend Reading

Books

Weekend Reading

I’ve been reading so slowly this week. I am exhausted (see my posts on Pyroluria) and have been falling asleep early so that cut down on my reading time. I looking forward to a weekend of doing not much else besides reading and watching things on the Gaia network which is available through Amazon Prime… Read More Weekend Reading