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February 2009

Letters between Us by Linda Overman

‘Letters between Us’ opens with the death of 40 year old Katherine who was a patient in a mental asylum. It is assumed she has committed suicide. When Laura her childhood friend goes to her funeral, she is full of… Continue Reading →

Penmanship Tag

Okay, here’s another interesting tag from Melody. I don’t remember last time I wrote anything more than a couple of lines. I do write my names on my books but I don’t think that counts 🙂 Anyway, Here are the… Continue Reading →

Review: Crossed Wires by Rosy Thornton

Book Blurb from Amazon: This is the story of Mina, a girl at a Sheffield call centre whose next customer in the queue is Peter, a Cambridge geography don who has crashed his car into a tree stump when swerving… Continue Reading →

BTT: Storage

I recently got new bookshelves for my room, and I’m just loving them. Spent the afternoon putting up my books and sharing it on my blog . One of my friends asked a question and I thought it would be… Continue Reading →

Protected: What happened on Valentines day!!!

There is no excerpt because this is a protected post.

A little something about me…

This ‘5 questions’ meme has been going around for quite some time and I thought why not do it too. So Terri sent me some questions to know me better. I don’t like questions that require one line answers, so… Continue Reading →

Mermaids in the basement

First Line: ” If I had not read the cover story in the March 2, 2000, National Enquirer, it’s doubtful that I would have gone to Alabama and ruined my daddy’s engagement party, much less sent the bride-to-be into a… Continue Reading →

Happy Monday!!!

I need rain now, heavy rains, the one where you cannot go out no matter how urgently you want to. But the weather does not act according to my whims and fancies. So it’s hot as hell. But it’s also… Continue Reading →

Bear Any Burden: Review

Book Blurb: “1983: The Cold War is at its height. Sir Alex Campbell, head of an international drinks company is on a business trip to Poland, a country in the midst of political turmoil. A new “Solidarity” movement is rising… Continue Reading →

No Beautiful Shore: Review

Book Blurb: Bride Marsh, the prettiest girl in a town of boys, and Wanda Stuckless, Bride’s best friend and a small-time drug dealer, have never been away from home. After seventeen years, their entire world has been a small, close-knit… Continue Reading →

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