Publishing Date: February 5, 2012
Genre: Contemporary Romance/Chick-Lit
Book Title:"The Replacement Wife"
Published By:Open Road Media
Age Recommended:18 +
Reviewed By:Kitty Bullard
Review:I've just finished "The Replacement Wife" by Eileen Goudge, and I'm still sitting here wondering what it would be like to be told you only had a few months to live. A few months…
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The Hunger Games movie will be coming out on the 23rd so in anticipation we'll be reading and discussing The Hunger Games! Become a Follower and join in on our discussion.…Continue
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Pretty Dolls by Kimberly Dana, a finalist in the Children’s Picture Book category at the 2011 Pacific Northwest Writers Association Literary Contest, is a delightful story about overcoming jealousy and the love a girl can share with her special doll, no matter what she looks like.
Little Tasha has several dolls, but her favorites are Emily-Nicole and Gracie.
Emily-Nicole is the most beautiful of all, with porcelain skin, silky red hair and turquoise-blue eyes. She…Continue
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“It’s not happening fast enough! It’s not happening fast enough!” Those were the complaints of Jim Morrison during the early days of the 1960’s rock band The Doors concerts. They had been together as a group for a mere seven months and Jim was getting antsy for them to get discovered. “Relax Jim,” Ray Manzareck (The keyboardist and discoverer of Jim’s song writing ability) replied. “All great things take time.”
Within the year the group was world famous and Jim Morrison became one of…Continue
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While I'm usually doing the reviewing, I'm trying to help an elderly friend (without a computer - imagine that!) get word out about her pony book. "Pidgy's Surprise" was originally published in 1955 by Jeanne Mellin who had numerous horse books published in the 50s and 60s. She's an amazing illustrator too and there are over 80 original drawings in the book. The new edition has been updated for today's young reader (some of the language was a bit dated, etc.) …Continue
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Hello all . Here are some more books that I have read . Here goes : The State of wonder , Run, Bel canto all by anne patchett . If you have not read her you really should . I throughly enjoy her books . I really do . I hope you will too . As always my dear readers May God watch over you and yours .
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I don’t know if any of you have ever read the book Christine by Steven King, or maybe seen the movie. It’s about a demonically possessed car and I think King got his inspiration from James Dean’s Little Bastard. This is Seth writing, by the way. Finally. Erin has bugged me so much that I gave in. So here follows the incredible story of a very evil car. The trouble was it was gorgeous. A Porsche 550 Spyder, one of only 90 ever made. It was…Continue
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Marsha, fantasy author extraordinaire and one of my Muse and Ravencraft Romance Realm sisters, is the featured guest author today. We’ll be talking about book 2 in her Ciel’s Legacy series: Tortuga Treasure. She’s also offering a giveaway!
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"THE MAN IN THE MOUNTAIN" BY DOUG LUCAS (REVIEW BY SUE MAHONEY)
The Man in the Mountain by Doug Lucas was more than I thought it would be; I was highly surprised delighted and immensely enjoyed this story. It is not the typical DEA story about a safe house, a witness and the agents assigned to protect her. It goes into depth using literary references relating to real and not famous authors…
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Happy Monday! Welcome to the SECOND Monday Marketing linkup. We had a pretty good turnout last week. Thank you to all! For a few weeks at least, I am going to provide this same info:
Who: Kenya G. Johnson - Hostess
What: Marketing what you have to sell (I have a book – …Continue
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Subspecies - Guest Review by Matthew Morrison …Continue
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Title: The Navajo Code Talkers
Author: Doris A. Paul
Year: 1973, renewed in 200
Publisher: Dorrance Publishing Co. Inc.
701 Smithfield Street
Pittsburg, PA 15222…
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My Book Review of Mad About The Boy by Suzan Battah. http://jerseygirlbookreviews.blogspot.com/2012/02/mad-about-boy-by-suzan-battah.html…Continue
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The Frenchman Robert Marchand recently set the cycling world hour record for riders over one hundred years old. Older men never feel ashamed. I remember an elderly Belgian teetered across the finish line shouting: ‘I’m feeling good, I’m still quite fit!’
Triathlon participants tend to wear tight-fitting outfits, revealing every muscle, which is not always such a delight. Occasionally it makes me hanker after the Middle Ages, when most sports required wearing armour.
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Name: Dark Frost by Jennifer Estep.
Publication: 29th May 2012/Kensington.
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Publishing Date: March 12, 2012
Genre: Romantic Comedy/Suspense/Chick-Lit
List Price: $5.99
Sensuality Rating: PG-13
Self-professed nerd Maddie Maloney is an expert on jewels. Jewel thieves are another matter entirely! So when a mysterious Englishman warns her that a thief known as The Chameleon is after the rare pink diamond on display in her aunt's shop, she tells…Continue
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