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*sings* It’s a small world after all…

Last week I wrote an entry in my Epiphanies blog (it’s a place for posting writers’ exercises and such for people to play with) that explored my grandfather’s history just a tiny bit. He’s one of those people who has

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I’m finally getting around to reading & reviewing some more fiction. Wheee! Today’s review is of P.D. Gilson’s Gaea: Beyond the Son, and I have two more novels that I read over the weekend and at the end of last

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A plethora of shirts

But first… the latest book review is of Phoebe Atwood Taylor’s The Perennial Boarder. Also, since people have been asking me for more detail about the bar code scanner option over at LibraryThing after I mentioned it the other day,

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"The Perennial Boarder," Phoebe Atwood Taylor

Pros: Quirky, cozy, funny mystery Cons: Not for everyone Rating: 5 out of 5 Review book courtesy of The Countryman Press.   The Perennial Boarder is a republication of a 1941 mystery by Phoebe Atwood Taylor. As the back of

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