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Audiobook Review – Spellbinder by Helen Stringer

By Awnali Mills My newest listen on my daily commute was Spellbinder by Helen Stringer.  Belladonna’s parents are dead, but that doesn’t mean they’re gone.  Nope.  They’re ghosts, and they (mostly) carry on as though they are living.  That is, … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Key to Extraordinary by Natalie Lloyd

By Awnali Mills When I told a co-worker that I loved The Key to Extraordinary by Natalie Lloyd, she laughed and said that I love everything I read. Huh. That is so not true. But it is true that I … Continue reading

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My Sister-In-Law

Last night we learned that my sister-in-law, Virginia, has terminal cancer.  They’ve put her on hospice care and given her 3 to 6 weeks to live. As I’ve been struggling to come to grips with this, it’s struck me how … Continue reading

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A Little Bit of Heaven

Yesterday, I watched a movie called A Little Bit of Heaven starring Kate Hudson, Kathy Bates, and Whoopi Goldberg.  I’d never actually heard of it before, but it was in my movie queue, my husband and son weren’t around, and … Continue reading

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Wild Girl by Patricia Reilly Giff

This sweet little book is one I can easily recommend.  It’s about a young girl, Lidie, whose mother dies, and then her father and brother leave her with her aunt and uncle to try to make a life in America. … Continue reading

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