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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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Why I Recommend the Unwind Series Wholeheartedly

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Last summer, my eighth grade niece insisted I would LOVE a book she was required to read for her Language Arts class. The book was Unwind, by Neal Shusterman. As it turns out, she was more than right. I did love it. In fact, watching Shusterman talking about his...
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Summer Reading: The Rosie Project

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Oh. My. Word. What a book! First, it’s entertaining and hilarious. Second, it’s insightful into those highly analytical Asperger’s types. I heard about it thanks to Julie and Scott at the A Good Story Is Hard to Find podcast, and their discussion made me curious...
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Summer Reading: The Watson Chronicles

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I just lovvvvve a good mystery. And did I ever find one this summer! In The Watson Chronicles, Ann Margaret Lewis dusts off everything I loved about Sherlock Holmes in junior high (when I discovered him thanks to required reading) and adds enough that grown-up me...
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Summer Reading: Tobit’s Dog

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I love the book of Tobit and I read it many years ago, sitting in Adoration as a new Catholic. And I wondered why in the world you would cut such a brilliant adventure story from the Bible. I was therefore VERY excited when I heard...
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Summer Reading: Everywhere in Chains

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There are some books that I start and I keep reading, not sure exactly why. I finished Everywhere in Chains, by James Casper, in May, before summer officially started, but it’s the kind of book that’s stayed with me. I didn’t read it quickly (or it didn’t feel...
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