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  • My new blog is now live!
    on Apr 13, 2015
    Introducing.....Hopewell's Library of Life!   My new blog is now live. It showcases my writing--my novels, my royal pieces and my essays on the Duggar family. My novels feature cross-generation love stories so the blog also will cover f...
  • What I've been reading: March Edition
    on Mar 26, 2015
    Looking over my reading journal I see I finished a lot of books this month!! A few had been hanging around a while and just needed to be finished though. I do get a lot of audio books in during my 80+ mile commute (each way) and I tend to pick audio...
  • If I could get my kids to read books I recommend, this would be the list for them
    on Mar 19, 2015
    I have two kids--one is a reader of sorts, the other hates reading. Naturally. Of course. I'm a book nut and a librarian. I take it personally, though who knows why. If I could get them to read books I recommend, this would be my list of what they sh...
  • What I've Been Reading
    on Feb 24, 2015
    The Best of JanuaryWorld War II is one of my go-to topics when I search for new books. This month I had three great books set in Europe during the war.I found this amazing story in a list of bargain Kindle books and snapped it right up. It did not di...
  • My response to "11 Things Empty Nesters Want Parents of Little Kids to Know"
    on Jan 29, 2015
    Over at the great Huffington Post, Shelley Eming posted a Pinterest-y "make memories" type list of   "11 Things Empty Nesters Want Parents of Little Kids to Know".  I know offer MY version of this list--it's a tad different from Ms Emi...
  • What I've Been Reading
    on Jan 27, 2015
    January is a great month to stay in bed and read! Sub-zero temperatures, snow, short days and long, dark nights add up to the perfect climate for reading.The Best of JanuaryDo you enjoy programs like the "History Detectives?" Do you know what "Crow...
  • Better late than never.. What I read in December 2014
    on Jan 9, 2015
    First, let me say how hard it was to choose "the best" this month! Too many great books that left me with lasting "book hangovers." I love to cook and enjoy good food and having TWO excellent food - cooking stories--well! How to decide which was bett...
  • What I've Been ReadingThe Best of November What's not to love here? A working-class family who lived large, but responsibly, who loved each other and played well together, but also weathered bumps in the road. I like "normal people" memoirs. No one was molested (It IS tra...
  • What I've Been Reading: October Edition
    on Oct 28, 2014
    BEST of October There is more to the Holocaust than the horrors of the death camps. There are those who escaped that fate and there is what came after the war. Journalist Martin Fletcher, whose voice could reassure the world that nuclear annihilation...
  • What I've Been Reading: September Edition!
    on Sep 19, 2014
    The Best of SeptemberI'm not one for many self-help books, or popular religion books either, but when a group I belong to wanted to read it, I joined in. This book really struck a cord with me. I remember buying my second house and needing a lawn mow...
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