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The Midnight Library by Matt Haig  

         Dear Fellow Reader! I have my first “YOU NEED TO READ THIS BOOK” choice for the year. Yes, I think this book is that good. You know I am a sucker for books that knock me over with the … Continue reading

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The Summer of Lost and Found by Mary Alice Monroe

Dear Fellow Reader, Summer is coming and it is time to get ready with a beach read. I do not consider the term beach read a derogatory term. I love a good beach read. And I do have a love … Continue reading

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Things in Jars by Jess Kidd

Dear Fellow Reader, There are times that I admire a book for the imagination of the author. I may not love the story, but I respect that the author could imagine a complicated story full of unbelievable events  and pull … Continue reading

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The School of Essential Ingredients by Erica Bauermeister

Dear Fellow Reader, While I write to you today, there is a rainstorm outside. Thunder and lightning – the whole Midwest rainstorm show. I am delighted because it has been dry where I live and we need the rain. There … Continue reading

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Redhead by the Side of the Road by Anne Tyler

Dear Fellow Readers, Another message from Coronaville. It is possible to get used to this uncertainty. No, I guess it isn’t. If you, like me have some days that are harder than others. The problem is not when we can … Continue reading

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