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November 2008

Shadow of Colossus: T.L. Higley (Book Tour)

Read my review of this book here. It is time to play a Wild Card! Every now and then, a book that I have chosen to read is going to pop up as a FIRST Wild Card Tour. Get dealt… Continue Reading →

Shadow of Colossus by Tracy Higley

Title: Shadow of Colossus Author: T.L.Higley Genre: Historical Fiction Set in: Greece Source: Review Copy Rating: 4.5 out of 5 Summary: The place is the island of Rhodes; the time, 227 BC. In the ten years that Tessa of Delos… Continue Reading →

Protected: You only hurt those whom you love the most…

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Seduce me at Sunrise: Lisa Kleypas

Lisa Kleypas is a New York best selling author and she has more than 19 books published. The only question I want to ask after reading her book ‘Seduce me at sunrise’ is ‘Where were you for so long?’ Seduce… Continue Reading →

Booking through thursday: Honesty

I receive a lot of review books, but I have never once told lies about the book just because I got a free copy of it. However, some authors seem to feel that if they send you a copy of… Continue Reading →

The Adventures of Songha by Linda R. Caterine

Book: The Adventures of Songha Author: Linda R. Caterine Authorhouse – Fiction/Children’s This book is meant for people who love cats. It is a fictionalized account of an exotic Savannah cat named Songha. Unlike normal cats Savannah cats are meant… Continue Reading →

Random tidbits and a meme…

I seem to have lost a sense of time lately. I woke up yesterday morning (Monday) and I as I was putting on my jeans I realized that it is not Friday, but Monday. I mean hello? Didn’t I just… Continue Reading →

Empress Orchid (The last Empress of China)

Generally after I finish reading a book, usually on the very day itself, I open a blank word document and start writing my review. But the page for this book stayed blank for a very long time. I didn’t know… Continue Reading →

When Insults Had Class

 This is just a forward I think is worthy of sharing. These glorious insults are from an era when cleverness with words was still valued, before a great portion of the English language got  boiled down to 4-letter words!  “He… Continue Reading →

Protected: A visit to my village…

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