Same kind of different as me {Book Club}

Same kind of different as me by Ron Hall

Today I am happy to review a new book for you guys to read. Same Kind of Different As Me: A Modern-Day Slave, an International Art Dealer, and the Unlikely Woman Who Bound Them Together This … [Read more...]

Beyonders: A world without heroes {book club}

My hubby recommended this book to me.  He is an avid reader.  He reads more than me if you can believe that.  So for book club this month I am recommending: A World Without Heroes … [Read more...]

The glass Castle {Book Club}

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It's time for another book club selection.  I just love to read and I hope these recommendations give you something to pick.  The worst thing is being done with a book and not knowing what to read … [Read more...]

Moloka’i {Book Club}

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This was such an interesting read.  I have not ever read anything like it.  I am happy to introduce this month's book club selection: Moloka'i by Alan Brennert This book is set in Hawaii and … [Read more...]

Enders Game {book club}

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I have decided to do something a little different with Book club.  You may have noticed I stopped posting Book club.  I think the format I was using didn't work for you guys.  Here are my thoughts: … [Read more...]

The host: Book Club Review

The host by Stephanie Meyer

For June and July, we read: The Host: A Novel You might know Stephanie Meyer as the Author of the popular Twilight series.  The Host is a book written by the same author.  I was pleasantly … [Read more...]

The host by Stephanie Meyer–Book Club Selection

The host by Stephanie Meyer

Most of you guys know Stephanie Meyer as the author of the ever popular Twilight series.  But did you know that she wrote a book before Twilight?  Well she did and that is what we will be reading for … [Read more...]

Michael Vey, The prisoner in cell 25 review

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Did you guys love this book?  It was such a fun easy read.  As a reminder, for the last 2 months we have been reading,   Michale Vey, The prisoner in cell 25 by Richard Paul Evans I had … [Read more...]

Book Club selection April and May

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I know it is late in the month but this selection is such a quick easy read. I'm sure you guys will love it. Our Book Club selection for April and May is: Michael Vey-The prisoner in Cell 25 By … [Read more...]

Book Club Review: Girl in Translation

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Hello everyone.  I hope you had a wonderful Easter!  Have you found any time to read lately?  As a reminder, we were reading:     Girl in Translation by Jean Kwok I loved this … [Read more...]

Book Club Selection February and March

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I was thinking of stopping book club because it has seemed {to me} that people weren't really liking it.  But then I did the poll about what do you want to see on this ol blog and Book club had the … [Read more...]

Winners!!

Can you believe it's February already.  I know crazy huh.  Before I get to the winners I just wanted to give you a quick reminder that if you want to win a trip to Aruba including airfare, you can go … [Read more...]

Book Club Meeting

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Why does it feel like forever since we have had a book club meeting? It's probably all the craziness of the season. I hope you all had a great time reading The Hunger Games.   I'm so … [Read more...]

Book Club Sponsor Fairys N Flutterbys

I am truly excited to introduce you guys to our Book club sponsor for November and December.    {click on image to go to shop} Ok I’m going to be honest with you guys here {no matter how … [Read more...]

Book Club Selection November and December

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I’m super excited to announce our book club selection for Nov. and Dec. The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins I chose this book specifically for this holiday season.  I am hoping it will help … [Read more...]

Book Club Meeting Sarah’s Key

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For September and October we read Sarah’s Key by Tatiana De Rosnay I was mesmerized by this book.  The story was haunting and it stayed with me.  I cannot imagine living in that time.  The … [Read more...]