What I’ve Been Watching

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I’ve never been a vengeful person but I am completely hooked on the devilishly well written TV series Revenge. In the show, Emily VanCamp portrays a young, intelligent, and beautiful socialite who is… Continue reading

What I’ve Been Watching

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My husband and I started watching the television show based on Kathy Reichs’ book series, Bones. It has all the good ingredients of a successful, long lasting show (now in its tenth season): great… Continue reading

What I’ve Been Reading

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Candy: A Century of Panic and Pleasure By Samira Kawash You stop at a convenience store to fuel up and grab a drink for the road. While you‘re waiting in line you find yourself… Continue reading

What I’ve Been Reading

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“Lydia is dead. But they don’t know this yet.” Everything I Never Told You is a haunting story about what happens to a family after the unexpected death of its favorite daughter: 16… Continue reading

What I’ve Been Reading

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    Brilliant! Blending a true unsolved mystery with fiction, author Ariel Lawhon creates an unforgettable story with a satisfying and brilliant ending. In The Wife, the Maid and the Mistress, Lawhon sets… Continue reading

What I’ve Been Reading

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It’s not often that a book will bring so many tears to my eyes that I have difficulty reading the pages, but the real life story of two enemies and a heroic act… Continue reading

What I’ve Been Watching

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With the resurgence of action hero Jack Bauer in the new release of 24: Live Another Day, I’ve decided to give the television show “24” a shot (pun intended!). The original show ran… Continue reading

Young Adult Series

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Who doesn’t love a good YA novel? I find that my favorite page turners are always from this section of the library. Even though I am over the intended age group for these… Continue reading

Cotton Candy Reads: Deliciously Fun, Super Sweet, and Lighter than Air

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  I have been a “seasonal” reader for as long as I can remember.  Horror in the autumn; epic, doorstop-sized fantasies and bildungsroman carry me through the long winter; followed by short stories… Continue reading

Summer at Tiffany

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  The summer is a special time often filled with adventure, discovery, romance and new possibilities. This is particularly true during our youth when summers represent total freedom from school work and the… Continue reading

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