Tag Archives: Women’s fiction

Lost Roses by Martha Hall Kelly

  Dear Fellow Reader, I have signed myself up to read more than I can read. I don’t know how I got in this position, but I don’t like it. I hate feeling that I am behind with my reading. … Continue reading

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Me for You by Lolly Winston

Dear Fellow Reader, I am looking out my window at the snow. I wish I was looking at a beach or something that would make me feel warm. The sun is out and perhaps this winter will move along sometime … Continue reading

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Night of Miracles by Elizabeth Berg

Dear Fellow Reader, You know how I am supposed to tell you when I get a book given to me to review (as in I didn’t pay for the book or borrow it from the library)? Well, this is one … Continue reading

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Sea Change by Karen White

  This week we are back to fiction with a book written by Karen White.  I have previously reviewed the book, The Sound of Glass by Karen White.  (https://cecooney.com/2015/04/17/the-sound-of-glass-by-karen-white/)  I enjoyed that book, so I looked forward to Sea Change. … Continue reading

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The Optimist’s Guide to Letting Go by Amy E. Reichert

I am one of those people who reads only one book at a time. I find that if I switch off that one book will get lost somewhere along the line. I am currently reading four books. This is not … Continue reading

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