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ELJames-Fifty Shades of Grey

Fifty Shades of Grey by E. L. James

25 January 2013 Lisa 0

Everyone is talking about it. It’s been touted as “porn for housewives” (ugh) and has been said to spice up/save marriages. With all of that going for it, how could I possibly resist?!? (note the sarcasm here lol) However, I did let a friend talk me into giving Fifty Shades […]

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I Couldn’t Love You More by Jillian Medoff

6 August 2012 Lisa 4

I Couldn’t Love You More by Jillian Medoff is a book that took me by surprise.  In life, some decisions seem so clear cut; right and wrong so obvious, but then you realize it’s not.  I Couldn’t Love You More made me really think about life, karma, fate, etc.  For […]

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Divinely Ruined by Diane Alberts

24 July 2012 Lisa 2

I’m always looking for books that have, what I consider to be, unique storylines.  The storyline could just be unique to me, because I have yet to read anything like it, but that’s good enough for me!  This is why when I read the description for Divinely Ruined by Diane […]

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Bossypants by Tina Fey

5 June 2012 Lisa 5

I don’t read a lot of non-fiction, memoirs, autobiographies, etc.; they just aren’t something I’m into.  However, when I saw that Tina Fey had written a memoir, I knew I had to read it.  Fey is by far one of my all time favorite female comedians, so I figured if […]

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The Monster’s Daughter by Deborah Bryan

16 November 2011 Lisa 0

When I started blogging, one of the first bloggers to reach out to me was Deborah Bryan from the wonderful blog, The Monster in Your Closet. Once I started following her, I excitedly realized that she was the author of a Young Adult vampire novel that sounded amazing! Apparently it’s […]

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Interview: Deborah Bryan

10 November 2011 Lisa 24

Today Jackie was kind enough to let me interview one of my favorite bloggers turned author, Deborah Bryan. Deborah writes a blog entitled The Monster in Your Closet, which is also the first book in The Glass Ball Series, and has recently published her first book The Monster’s Daughter. Ginny […]

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Viper Moon by Lee Roland

14 September 2011 Lisa 1

I’m a huge fan of strong lead women in a book.  Nothing ticks me off more than a woman who can’t function without a man to help her (or at least thinks she can’t).  I’m excited to say that Viper Moon by Lee Roland did not disappoint in this regard […]

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A Song For My Mother by K. Martin

21 July 2011 Lisa 0

A Song For My Mother by Kat Martin is a book all about several kinds of love; the love between a mother and daughter, the love between grandmother and grandchild, the love between friends, and the love between a man and a woman.  It is also about a family’s struggle […]

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To Kill A Vampire by J. Sage

8 July 2011 Lisa 0

To Kill A Vampire is the first book in Julianna Sage’s new Captive Souls series.  If you are looking for your typical Vampire story, then To Kill A Vampire might not be the right book for you.  However, if you are looking for a very interesting take on vampires, then […]

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Peacebreakers by M. MacKay

1 June 2011 Lisa 4

Never in my life have I ever refused to finish a book.  I normally try to give the writer and story a chance and at the very least have enough curiosity to want to see how the book ends.  Unfortunately, Peacebreakers by Mindy MacKay has changed that.  I tried, I […]