Banned Books Week – My Opinion

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Banned Books Week – My Opinion

Thanks to Sheila at Book Journey for hosting this Banned Books Week event. Many other bloggers are participating and offering their own take on Banned Books. Be sure to check out her site for related posts this week! A banned book is the removal of a reading material that someone has protested. A book challenge…

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Diane Chamberlain Newest Book and POGO Opportunity

Today I’m sharing an awesome promotion from one of my favorite authors. Diane Chamberlain’s newest book, PRETENDING TO DANCE is coming out October 6, 2015. Bestselling author Diane Chamberlain is back with her 24th novel,  Pretending to Dance (October 6, 2015, St. Martin’s Press),  and YOU are invited to an exclusive, never-before-seen POGO opportunity! You may have heard of BOGO (Buy…

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Product Review: PacificCoast NutriLabs Melatonin

The older I get the harder it seems for me to be able to get a quality night’s sleep. Either I can’t get to sleep or I wake up in the middle of the night and can’t return to sleep. I know this is a common issue for several of my friends and wanted to…

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Product Review: Amazingly Beautiful from Trusted Health Products

Trusted Health Products offers a variety of products ranging from health care to skin care. Products are available for both men and women. I have previously reviewed their Relief MD spray and you can see that review, HERE.  Their newest product Amazingly Beautiful A.M. Moisturizer and P.M. Moisturizer for Women was sent to me for the…

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Book Review: Kitchens of the Great Midwest By J. Ryan Stradal

KITCHENS OF THE GREAT MIDWEST A Novel By: J. Ryan Stradal Published: July 28, 2015 Publisher: Viking/Pamela Dorman Books Fiction J. Ryan Stadal has won the blue ribbon at the state fair with his first novel, KITCHENS OF THE GREAT MIDWEST. It is easily going to make my list of Favorite Books of 2015. I may…

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Celebrating International Literacy Day with Grammarly

International Literacy Day was recognized this week. Literacy is a basic human need in my opinion. Being able to read, write and comprehend is crucial to nearly everything we do. Not knowing how to read will greatly diminish your quality of life in many ways. In our world, there are so many children who don’t…

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Book Review: 30 Lessons for Loving By Karl Pillemer, Phd

30 LESSONS FOR LOVING Advice from the Wisest Americans on Love, Relationships, and Marriage By: Karl Pillemer, PhD Published: January 8, 2015 Publisher: Hudson Street Press Non-Fiction So many marriage advice books come from one couple writing the book based on their experiences, their mishaps, and their faith.  But, it’s just their perspective. This one…

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Books that Came My Way in August

Summer is officially over and I hate to admit that I didn’t read nearly as many books as I had hoped to. I rarely had time to myself and when I did have some free time, I seemed to spend it playing catch-up around the house.  I also took a blogging break and that put…

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Book Review: Among the Ten Thousand Things By Julia Pierpont

AMONG THE TEN THOUSAND THINGS A Novel By: Julia Pierpont Published: July 7, 2015 Publisher: Random House Fiction First of all, I need to preface this review with the statement that I did not finish this book. I got to 67% of the way through and just couldn’t go any farther. That is very rare…

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