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Summer Reads for Busy Moms

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I was sitting there, minding my own business (read as: nursing the baby and playing Trivia Crack), when the text came in. Hey reading mama! I need a recommendation for a lighthearted novel. Any suggestions? Does the pope have a prayer he likes? Would my...
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Recent Reads: Amazing Fiction and Saintly Brilliance

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I miss my reading binges, but with a holiday weekend ahead, I have hope. (It’s pretty much unfounded hope, mind you. I still have an infant and tons of things to catch up on.) Lately, the reading I’ve been doing has been for endorsement (the blurby...
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3 of My Favorite Novels #showusyourlist

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It’s Mardi Gras. And wow, is there ever some trash being thrown around. It’s not only at the parties, but on the big screens and the small screens and within the covers of novels. So Erin McCole-Cupp laid it down: #showusyourlist, she said, of fiction worth...
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A Free Book and a Sister Speaks

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I’ve mentioned before that I love a good story. And Terrapin, T.M. Doran’s last book, was one such book. Turns out, the folks at Ignatius Press are offering it free as an eBook until November 24, 2014, along with a new Doran short story. (Can you...
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Nothing Accidental about This Awesome Novel

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I read a lot of books. Just yesterday, at the post office, the new lady (who will be new for at least another year in our small town, because she hasn’t been there for 10 years already) asked me if I ever get sick of...
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