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Welcome to the online book club for The Chilbury Ladies’ Choir by Jennifer Ryan. I hope you enjoyed reading this book. I really enjoyed how this story developed and flowed. You can discuss the questions in the comments section below on the blog or join us on Facebook. Thanks for joining us! May’s book […]

Online Book Club: The Chilbury Ladies’ Choir by Jennifer Ryan


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  “Her heart rate doubled. If her response to his touch was any indication, guarding her heart would prove to be more difficult than she anticipated.” Sunshine is a morning radio host for a Christian radio station in Denver. Jilted on her wedding day, she has a hard time opening […]

Sunshine in Spring by Joi Copeland


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“You can’t find peace until you find all the pieces.” A not so well known part of American history are the orphan trains that took children from the East Coast to the Midwest in the 20s and 30s. Many were children of immigrants who either passed away or couldn’t find […]

Orphan Train by Christina Baker Kline



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Sweet Water by Christina Baker Kline Christina Baker Kline wrote Orphan Train, which was a book that will stay with me for a long time. I’m curious to read more of her book and see if they are just as good. I bought Sweet Water when it was on sale […]

Online Book Club: May Book Announcement


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  “Well-bred girls from good southern families are not supposed to get shot. Vivien Armstrong Gray’s mother had never come out and actually told her this, but Vivi had no doubt it belonged on the long list of unwritten, yet critically important, rules of conduct on which she’d been raised.” […]

Magnolia Wednesdays by Wendy Wax


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  “I am young, I am twenty years old; yet I know nothing of life but despair, death, fear, and fatuous superficiality cast over an abyss of sorrow. I see how peoples are set against one another, and in silence, unknowingly, foolishly, obediently, innocently slay one another.” Can writing about […]

All Quiet on the Western Front by Erich Maria Remarque



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“‘Well done, young man. Being president is certainly not easy but it is an honor that the people have chosen you as their leader,’ President Washington said, nodding at Cam.” Written and released during an election year, Rush Revere and the Presidency brings leadership lessons to life with a student […]

Rush Revere and the Presidency by Rush Limbaugh


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“But maybe every life looked wonderful if all you saw was the photo albums.” A lot happens in 10 years. And, Alice has forgotten it all. Falling off an exercise bike, Alice wakes up thinking it’s 1998 where she is pregnant with her first child and happily married to Nick. […]

What Alice Forgot by Liane Moriarty


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I’m being more intentional with what I read this year. So far, so good. I’m really enjoying making sure I’m reading a variety of books each month. I’ve also found I’m reading more so I can reach my goals. In the past, I would usually just grab a book from […]

What I’m Reading: April 2017



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“Someone was listening. Sometimes that’s all a person needed.” April’s Vogt’s life and marriage are at a standstill when she is offered the opportunity to go to Paris for work. Her skills as a furniture appraiser for an auction company are needed when an apartment is discovered untouched after 70 […]

A Paris Apartment by Michelle Gable