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Hadley Beckett’s Next Dish, by Bethany Turner

Chef Hadley Beckett’s cooking show is all sweet Southern charm. Chef Max Cavanagh’s show, To the Max, perpetuates his hot-tempered, bad-boy reputation. When they’re the two finalists on a cooking competition show? Hide the knives. Weeks after his end-of-competition meltdown, … Continue reading

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Hearts on Pilgrimage: Poems and Prayers, by Jody L. Collins

Jody L. Collins, my friend and fellow writer, knows how to listen. She listens to people. She listens to God.And she listens to nature. A poet at heart, Jody spent years reading and absorbing inspiration from the work of dozens … Continue reading

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The Night Janitor, by T. F. Allen

Here’s another Great Weekend Read, from the same author as my February one! This is unprecedented, but once I get started, I can’t put this guy’s books down. The summary, from Goodreads: Annamaria Gabor can kill with a whisper and … Continue reading

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The Keeper, by T. F. Allen

I’ve never read a book like this before. I don’t even know what to call it. Thriller? Mystery? Supernatural / Paranormal? Um…. yes. I may not know what to call it, but I sure couldn’t put it down. Here’s the … Continue reading

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Wonder, by R. J. Palacio

I may be the only person in America who has still not watched the movie Wonder, even though I really wanted to see it in the theater. But at least I’ve read the book, thanks to the local book club … Continue reading

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Don’t Say I Didn’t Warn You… by Anita Renfroe

Remember the hilarious viral video of the lady singing “The Mom Song” to the tune of the William Tell Overture? The lyrics are made up entirely of the “repetitive and reflexive… things that mothers say day after day after day … Continue reading

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