Friday Reads

Because the world may expect, even demand perfection, we can be hard on ourselves, expecting only perfection. Guess what? We are human, we are not perfect, we will fail. And when we do, it is alright to get up and try again. Just because we fail does not mean we are a failure. Every mistake …

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Book Blog Tour & #Giveaway

MAGNOLIA BLUFFCRIME CHRONICLESSeasons 1 & 2byThe Underground Authors Scroll down for a giveaway! Each stand-alone book in this multi-author crime novel series is set in the fictitious, beautiful little Texas Hill Country town of Magnolia Bluff. Each author writes in their preferred sub-genre to allow readers to experience humor, dark dilemmas, suspense, romance, thrills, and …

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No Black Friday Shopping for Me

This essay was written in 2010, and sadly it is still relevant. As anyone in retail can attest to, the day after Thanksgiving is like a zoo that has had all the cages opened. I remember a time when shopping the day after Thanksgiving was fun. A lot of people were doing the same thing, …

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Book Tour: Courting Miss Emma by Linda Broday

COURTING MISS EMMA The Hangman’s Daughters, Book 2byLinda BrodayWestern / Clean & Wholesome / Sweet Romance / Historical FictionPublisher: Severn HouseDate of Publication: November 7, 2023Number of Pages: 203 pages  Scroll down for Giveaway! Texas, 1868. Emma Taggart has finally found a place to belong – setting up Heaven’s Door orphanage with her sister Maura …

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Book Review And a Guest Post

Currently I’m reading The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas, and it’s worthy of all the accolades it’s received. Told from the POV of a sixteen-year-old girl, the story explores racism and the aftermath of a police shooting of a Black teen, as well as so much more. ABOUT THE BOOK Sixteen-year-old Starr Carter moves …

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