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I read because I must. It's like breathing to me. And I love talking about books. But I'm also an Arsenal fan, a wine drinker, a music lover and weirdly obsessed with pop culture. I mostly blog about books, but sometimes about things I'm thinking or doing. When I'm not on the blog, I'm scoping deals for a professional services company, hanging out with friends, or seeing some live theater.

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Posted on 20 Dec 2016 In: Reading

Promise Not To Tell

In keeping with my recent trend of pure escapism reading, I picked up Jennifer McMahon’s Promise Not to Tell at the airport the other day. Synopsis (from the publisher) Forty-one-year-old school nurse Kate Cypher has returned home to rural Vermont to care for her mother, who’s afflicted with Alzheimer’s. On the night she arrives, a […]

Posted on 28 Nov 2016 In: Reading

The Rundown

So, life has been in the way a lot over the last few months. Nothing bad, just a lot of travel for work and a little for vacation. Then catching up on all the things at home when I have been here.  I’ve read a lot, but the blogging has fallen by the wayside a […]

Posted on 6 Sep 2016 In: Reading

Broken Pieces

Kathleen Long is back with another winner. You know I gushed over Chasing Rainbows and Changing Lanes so I was more than excited to read Broken Pieces. From the Publisher’s Summary: Destiny Jones is doing just fine on her own, thanks. From her thriving one-woman carpentry business to the loving support of her small-town community, […]

Posted on 17 Aug 2016 In: Reading

Eyes On The Island

Once in a while, I have the unique privilege of  being the first person- outside of editors and publisher folks- to read a galley, and the first to review it. This is one of those times.  I’m excited to provide the first review of Frank Reddy’s debut novel, Eyes on The Island.  From the book summary: NOT […]

Posted on 8 Aug 2016 In: Reading

I Have A Voice

From the book jacket: Finding and fortifying our voices is so powerful. It awakens what once was sleeping. It strengthens what once was weak. And it inspires all of us into action.” Tyler Williams has known success. He has performed in Atlanta’s famed Fox Theatre, raced down Victory Lane as a NASCAR driver, worked on […]

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