Tag Archive: Reviews

Oct 06

The Sheriffs of Savage Wells by Sarah M. Eden

The small town of Savage Wells is barely big enough for the people who call it home; it certainly isn’t big enough for more than one sheriff. Yet when famed lawman Cade O’Brien rides into town, he finds he’s not the only man ready to take on the job. What’s more, one of his competitors …

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Aug 15

She Stood for Freedom by Loki Mulholland

Joan Trumpauer Mulholland was a white teenager in the South during Segregation who put herself on the front lines of the Civil Rights struggle. This is the first biography about her experiences, published simultaneously in picture book and middle grade editions, detailing the many events she participated in. She attended demonstrations and sit-ins and was …

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Aug 09

Beauty and the Clockwork Beast

Jane Eyre meets Beauty and the Beast in this Steampunk Proper Romance When Lucy Pickett arrives at Blackwell Manor to tend to her ailing cousin, Kate, she finds more than she bargained for. A restless ghost roams the hallways, werewolves have been reported in the area, and vampires lurk across the Scottish border. Lord Miles …

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Aug 03

$5 Family Fun by Meggan Spicer

Doing fun activities with the family gets expensive, but now with Meggan’s $5 Family Fun, you can make, bake, and do incredibly fun things with your young family for under $5. Using dollar store finds, free local services, generic bands, and common household items, you can make every day an adventure. Gather your whole family …

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May 18

The Bird and The Sword by Amy Harmon

Swallow, Daughter, pull them in, those words that sit upon your lips. Lock them deep inside your soul, hide them ‘til they’ve time to grow. Close your mouth upon the power, curse not, cure not, ‘til the hour. You won’t speak and you won’t tell, you won’t call on heav’n or hell. You will learn …

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Apr 27

Jellicoe Road by Melina Marchetta

Jellicoe Road by Melina Marchetta In this lyrical, absorbing, award-winning novel, nothing is as it seems, and every clue leads to more questions. At age eleven, Taylor Markham was abandoned by her mother. At fourteen, she ran away from boarding school, only to be tracked down and brought back by a mysterious stranger. Now seventeen, …

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Dec 21

Merry Christmas Round-Up!

Well, Christmas came early for this happy blogger! The wonderful people at Covenant have shared these delightful goodies that I, in return, am happy to share with you! Words of Christmas: Savoring the True Meaning of the Season One Word at a Time All too often, all the sights and sounds and busyness of the …

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