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Weekly Top Posts: 2021-10-24
2021-10-24 04:00 UTC

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An ode to stories
2021-10-22 15:00 UTC by Michelle

The God of Lost Words by A. J. Hackwith

The God of Lost Words by A. J. Hackwith is a satisfying end to the very clever Hell’s Library series. This series is nothing but an ode to stories, but I believe Ms. Hackwith uses the series finale to celebrate not just stories but also all authors, characters, readers, listeners, and anyone or anything else that either tells a story or...

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An eclectic selection of stories
2021-10-20 15:00 UTC by Michelle

Strange Weather by Joe Hill

Strange Weather by Joe Hill is a collection of four short stories that have no connections outside of the fact that Mr. Hill wrote them and there is a weather aspect to each of the stories. Sometimes, that aspect is a key part of the story, such as in “Rain,” and sometimes it is just background like in “Snapshot.” One of...

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Lynette Noni tortures readers once again
2021-10-18 15:00 UTC by Michelle

The Gilded Cage

The Gilded Cage by Lynette Noni is the second in The Prison Healer trilogy. The first book ended with a shocking reveal that I never saw coming. Ms. Noni ups the ante with yet another reveal that left me reeling and wanting to throw my Kindle across the room. Honestly, I think Ms. Noni delights in torturing her readers with these reveals and then...

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Sunday Reflections – 17 October 2021
2021-10-17 22:17 UTC by Michelle

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It is 66 degrees and sunny right now. We have windows open. The dogs are snoozing. The Packers beat the Bears…again. It’s a great Sunday!

All’s quiet on the Shannon front. Nothing totally unusual happened this week. Tallulah saw the vet for the first time in two years. Holly performed for her last football game. Holly and I...

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Weekly Top Posts: 2021-10-17
2021-10-17 04:00 UTC

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Double Double Toil and Trouble
2021-10-15 15:00 UTC by Michelle

Cackle by Rachel Harrison

Cackle by Rachel Harrison is not my usual reading fare, but I enjoyed every minute of it. Ms. Harrison’s story of female empowerment has some spooky moments, but really it is more about breaking societal expectations. After all, what is a witch other than a strong, independent female who doesn’t follow the rules set by others?

Annie...

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Fabulous Fractured Fairy Tale
2021-10-14 15:00 UTC by Michelle

A Spindle Splintered by Alix E. Harrow

First thing’s first. I adore Alix E. Harrow’s novels. I find her writing is spellbinding. In A Spindle Splintered, she tackles the Sleeping Beauty fairy tale with her unique storytelling. This Sleeping Beauty’s curse is a lot less fantastic and a lot more mundane. Yet, with her feminist eye, Ms. Harrow creates a tale as old as...

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Novel Nuggets – Some Oldies But Goodies
2021-10-13 15:00 UTC by Michelle

Still getting caught up on reviews. These are all older books that I enjoyed and are fitting for the season.

Crooked Hearts by Lissa Evans

Crooked Hearts by Lissa Evans is an adorable story about found family that just happens to occur during the Blitz. Both funny and charming, I wasn’t expecting to fall in love with Vee, who is nothing but a walking disaster, which, I...

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Jay Kristoff is King of the Vampire Tale
2021-10-12 15:00 UTC by Michelle

"Empire

I already knew that I was going to love Jay Kristoff’s take on vampires. After all, I adore anything Mr. Kristoff writes, and vampires have had my heart since I was eight years old. Still, Empire of the Vampire not just exceeded my already high expectations. It blew them out of the water. If you could call a book perfection, then Empire of...

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Novel Nuggets – September 2021 Releases
2021-10-11 14:00 UTC by Michelle

When you have twenty-nine books to review, you cry uncle and resort to short reviews. Plus, after all this time, I’m not certain I remember enough about any of them to write a full-length review. We will be breaking these into five parts. This is part eight. Thankfully, the end is in sight. There may be some spoilers within these short...

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Sunday Reflections – 10 October 2021
2021-10-10 18:29 UTC by Michelle

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Is anyone struggling to accept the fact that the end of 2021 is less than three months away? I’m not ready to start shopping for the holidays, but given the shipping delays and general shortages, it means I better shake off that particular malaise and start planning. How about you?

So, what’s all the news that’s fit to print?

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2021-10-10 04:00 UTC

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