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Nanowrimo 2017 Wrap up

I know I'm a little late, but I thought waiting a week would give us all a chance to recover from the insanity that is National Novel Writing Month. How did you do? Did you meet your goal? Were you a rebel this year, or a traditionalist? Change you mind halfway through and swap stories?… Continue reading Nanowrimo 2017 Wrap up

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Review: The Haunting of Springett Hall

Lucy Tregarrick woke up dead, with no memory of who she is or how she got that way. Now she must solve the mystery of her own death before the evil presence occupying Springett hall ensure she and the other ghosts of the manor never see the light of day--or night--again. My biggest complaint about… Continue reading Review: The Haunting of Springett Hall

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Dru Faust and the Devil’s Due: Part 8

I don't know how long we cowered there in the corner of the barn. Outside, the wind raged and limbs crashed and cracked. It sounded like the world was coming down around us; I don't know how that old barn managed to stay up in all the hullaballoo. At last, it quieted. The waterfall sound… Continue reading Dru Faust and the Devil’s Due: Part 8

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Dru Faust and the Devil’s Due: Part 7

I don't know how long we cowered there in the corner of the barn. Outside, the wind raged and limbs crashed and cracked. It sounded like the world was coming down around us; I don't know how that old barn managed to stay up in all the hullaballoo. At last, it quieted. The waterfall sound… Continue reading Dru Faust and the Devil’s Due: Part 7

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Dru Faust and the Devil’s Due: Part 6

About fifteen minutes past the edge of town, George pulled off onto a narrow, rutted lane, slowing slightly. With the engine noise somewhat quieted, George started to sing "Little Liza Jane," the song we'd taken Elizabeth's nickname from. Elizabeth blushed happily and he reached for her hand. I leaned back and tried to enjoy the… Continue reading Dru Faust and the Devil’s Due: Part 6

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Dru Faust and the Devil’s Due: Part 5

Upstairs, I found the book I'd been reading and brought it downstairs into the back parlor, where I wound up the Victrola. Strains of "Let Me Call You Sweetheart" filled up the room. I threw myself down on the couch, but no sooner had I opened my book than someone knocked on the door. "I'll… Continue reading Dru Faust and the Devil’s Due: Part 5

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Dru Faust and the Devil’s Due, part 3

The room fell into stunned silence before everyone made a mad rush to the door. Glasses hit the floor and shattered. I knocked over a chair in my haste, eyes darting all over the room for my friends, but George and Alexandra were nowhere to be seen. Archie grabbed my wrist, pulling me to the… Continue reading Dru Faust and the Devil’s Due, part 3

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Top New to Me Authors of 2015

Author: Rainbow Rowell Book read: Fangirl Genre: YA, romance I read so many series books that sometimes a stand alone is a nice change of pace. The best way that I can describe her style is to call it "soft." This was in part due to the nature of the book and the main character.… Continue reading Top New to Me Authors of 2015