Category Archives: Audiobooks

Read Under Protest: Go Set a Watchman by Harper Lee

I originally said I would not read this book. For me it was a matter of principle. I don’t believe the author wanted this book published. Over and over during her lifetime she said she would not write/publish another book. … Continue reading

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Book Review: What You See by Hank Phillippi Ryan

Placing myself in the world of Jane and Jake makes me smile. I don’t smile about the fact that what consumes them for all the hours I’m with them is the death of someone. No, I smile because these are … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Summer’s End by Mary Alice Monroe

Special note: That is the author’s daughter on the cover. Publisher: Gallery Books, 2015 As I said the other day, I love to pick a book each year that epitomizes my feelings about the end of summer. You know the … Continue reading

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A Summer Reading Classic: Coming Home by Rosamund Pilcher

For years my summer reading always included a novel by Rosamunde Pilcher. Her character-rich stories always took me off to the English countryside to meet interesting people who would soon become my friends. Now that the author is no longer … Continue reading

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