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2018 Reading Challenge

2018 Reading Challenge
Jill Elizabeth has read 25 books toward her goal of 175 books.

Book Review: Idyll Threats by Stephanie Gayle

I was contacted by one of my favorite publishing houses about the third in this series, which is new this Fall. I was intrigued by the description, but have long-standing rule against reading series books out of order – particularly when they appear to be character-driven, as this one did. So I put the first […]

Book Review: A Collar for Cerberus by Matt Stanley

“This thing about not hoping and dreaming – it’s important. You need to understand. It’s not that you shouldn’t dream or wish – it’s that these things are not substitutes for action. They’re placebos. You don’t know it yet – you can’t possibly conceive it – but life is unutterably short. We prevaricate. We procrastinate. […]

Book Review: The Assassination of Robert F. Kennedy by Tim Tate and Brad Johnson

This was a fascinating look at the questions surrounding the assassination of RFK and the subsequent “investigation” into his death. Despite ostensibly occurring in front of dozens of eye-witnesses, the murder has long been one surrounded by allegations of conspiracy and cover up. This is in part due to the victim, in part to the […]

Guest Post: Refugees in Texas by Daina Jurika-Owen, Author of Ten Cultures, Twenty Lives

Today I’m pleased to introduce you to a phenomenal woman with an amazing story to tell. Daina Jurika-Owen is the author of the new non-fiction Ten Cultures, Twenty Lives: Refugee Life Stories. This post is a great introduction to Daina and her work – and the review of her book, which will be forthcoming shortly. […]

Book Review: Exhibit Alexandra by Natasha Bell

Do you think all secrets hope eventually to be discovered? I think the loneliest thing in the world might be to never be known.

This was a seriously unusual story, and will happily concede that from the outset I did NOT see things going where they did… I could tell early on that I was […]



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