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Summer Time and the Livin’ is Easy – Making Time to Read- Alan Bradley’s The Dead and Their Vaulted Arches

I’ve been reviewing books that I have loved reading this summer. August days are dwindling down and my summer reading has been more than satisfactory. The highlight of ‘making time to read’ is a trip planned with book club friends … Continue reading

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Summer time and the ‘Livin is Easy – Making Time to Read – Joseph E. Persico’s Roosevelt’s Centurions

It was not until the days of my life have begun to dwindle down to a precious few, as the song, September says, that I suddenly needed to know more about the background in which my life has been set. … Continue reading

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A Receipt From A Bookstore Buys Happiness – Part 2

“Never trust anyone who has not brought a book with them.” ― Lemony Snicket, Horseradish Without the collective reading life of wonderful friends and readers in my two book clubs, I might never have discovered many of the authors I … Continue reading

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Thanks To Bookworm Buffet – A Review of Greening of a Heart

A special Welcome to those participating in the 2016 A to Z Post Challenge Road Trip or have just read my reflection posted on the #Challenge Blog Site I owe a big THANK YOU to Barb Radisavijevie who blogs at Bookworm … Continue reading

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A Writers Writer – E.B. Nesbit – The Railroad Children

Author Edith Nesbit – Illustrator C. E. Brock – Publisher Wells Gardner, Darton -Publication date 1906 “Also she had the power of silent sympathy. That sounds rather dull, I know, but it’s not so dull as it sounds. It just means that a … Continue reading

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Edward Marston’s -The Railway Detective Series

I’ve finished reading the first three novels in Edward Marston’s Railway series. Well written and plotted, featuring fully drawn characters, I am delighted to have discovered this series while doing research for a second blog I write, Mainstreetrockymount.com. The railroad is … Continue reading

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