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Monday Mini ~ Frog Music by Emma Donoghue

Getting back into the swing of things each week is hard. So is finding the quiet time to write a review over the weekend. In order to ease out of the weekend, I’ve decided to begin my blogging week with a mini review. Last year I listened to Emma Donoghue’s Astray because it got such […]

Bloggers Recommend Spotlight ~ October & November

A group of dedicated bloggers read and recommend some of the best books being published each month in the Bloggers Recommend newsletter. I am proud to be a founding member of the Advisory Board. Today I want to turn the spotlight on the book I recommended over the past two months. If you haven’t already […]

Soon to be Read Saturday ~ September 2013

The first Saturday of each month I will be posting a picture of the print books I plan on reading throughout the month. What does your September reads look like?  

The Unknowns by Gabriel Roth

The Unknowns by Gabriel Roth Published by: Little, Brown & Company Published on: July 2, 2013 Page Count: 213 Genre: Fiction My Reading Format: Audiobook review copy provided by the publisher for consideration Audiobook Published by: Hachette Audio Narrator: Will Collyer Audiobook Length: 8 hours 3 minutes Available Formats: Hardcover, eBook, and Audiobook Summary from […]

Astray by Emma Donoghue

Astray by Emma Donoghue Published by: Little, Brown & Company Published on: October 20, 2012 Page Count: 288 Genre: Short Stories My Reading Format: Audiobook purchased from Audible.com using a monthly credit Audiobook Published by: Hachette Audio Narrators: Khristine Hvam, James Langton, Robert Petkoff, Suzanne Toren, and Dion Graham Audiobook Length: 6 hours 31 minutes […]

#512 ~ Country Girl

Country Girl by Edna O’Brien Published by: Little, Brown & Company Published on: April 30, 2013 Page Count: 368 Genre: Memoir My Reading Format: ARC sent by the publisher for consideration Available Formats: Hardcover and eBook My Review As a junior in college I took an Irish literature class that introduced me to Edna O’Brien. […]