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Rock Fiction Primer, Part Two: Aircraft

This is Part Two of a (majorly delayed) series I’ve entitled Rock Fiction Primer. I’ve read some head-clutchingly inaccurate descriptions of some of the basics of the world of rock ‘n roll in recent fiction, so I thought I’d give … Continue reading

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O is for Old Dogs

There are very few books I give a 5-Star rating.  Old Dogs by Debi Matlack is one of them.  If I could have, I’d have given it 10.  It’s that good.  Shoot, it’s even better! The main character, Valerie Roark, … Continue reading

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What to read next

I love to read.  Ever since I was a child one of my favorite activities has been to curl up with a good book and lose myself in the story.  And when I find a book I love, I just … Continue reading

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Excuse me! I’m reading here!

Last night I tore through the e-novella JUST ONE DAY by Sharla Lovelace, and I’m here to testify that I didn’t take any breaks until I was finished! At 1:00 this morning. (Yeah, it’s been a Must-Have-Coffee day around here.) … Continue reading

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