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TLC Book Tours TOUR STOPS for August 30th – September 4th

Posted By on August 30, 2015

End of Summer blog tour

End of Summer Blog Tour

Sunday, August 30th: Satisfaction for Insatiable Readers – review – Finding Glory

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Baker’s Blues by Judith Ryan Hendricks

Baker's Blues coverMonday, August 31st: girlichef

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The Fury by Shane Gericke

The FuryMonday, August 31st: Dwell in Possibility

Tuesday, September 1st: Mallory Heart Reviews

Wednesday, September 2nd: From the TBR Pile

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The 3rd Woman by Jonathan Freedland

The 3rd Woman (429x648)Monday, August 31st: Apples and Arteries

Tuesday, September 1st: Beauty in Ruins

Wednesday, September 2nd: Imaginary Reads

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Come Away With Me by Karma Brown

Come Away With MeMonday, August 31st: Romancing the Book – review and Q&A

Tuesday, September 1st: From the TBR Pile

Wednesday, September 2nd: Patricia’s Wisdom

Thursday, September 3rd: The Bookish and the Romantic

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Andersonville by Edward M. Erdlac

AndersonvilleMonday, August 31st: It’s a Mad Mad World

Tuesday, September 1st: SJ2B House of Books

Wednesday, September 2nd: Historical Fiction Obsession

Thursday, September 3rd: Kimberly’s Bookshelf

Friday, September 4th: Jenn’s Bookshelves

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The Sisters of Versailles by Sally Christie

The Sisters of VersaillesMonday, August 31st: The Maiden’s Court

Monday, August 31st: Peeking Between the Pages “Sister” Bio**

Tuesday, September 1st: Let Them Read Books

Wednesday, September 2nd: Life is Story

Thursday, September 3rd: Book Dilettante

Friday, September 4th: Books Without Any Pictures

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Starlight on Willow Lake by Susan Wiggs

Starlight on Willow LakeMonday, August 31st: Raven Haired Girl

Tuesday, September 1st: The Sassy Bookster – author guest post

Tuesday, September 1st: Books and Spoons

Tuesday, September 1st: Written Love Reviews

Wednesday, September 2nd: Sara’s Organized Chaos

Thursday, September 3rd: Kritter’s Ramblings

Friday, September 4th: Urban Girl Reader

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The Race for Paris by Meg Waite Clayton

The Race For Paris (429x648)Monday, August 31st: FictionZeal

Tuesday, September 1st: Becca Rowan

Wednesday, September 2nd: Doing Dewey

Thursday, September 3rd: Dwell in Possibility

Friday, September 4th: Savvy Verse & Wit

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A Pattern of Lies by Charles Todd

A Pattern of Lies (429x648)Monday, August 31st: A Bookworm’s World

Tuesday, September 1st: Lavish Bookshelf

Wednesday, September 2nd: Mom’s Small Victories

Thursday, September 3rd: Victoria Weisfeld

Friday, September 4th: No More Grumpy Bookseller

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Bleedovers by William Todd Rose

BleedoversMonday, August 31st: A Tattered Copy

Wednesday, September 2nd: No More Grumpy Bookseller

Thursday, September 3rd: Bewitched Bookworms

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Broken Homes and Gardens by Rebecca Kelley

Broken Homes and Gardens Cover FINAL v. 2Monday, August 31st: Diary of a Stay At Home Mom

Wednesday, September 2nd: Bookmark Lit

Thursday, September 3rd: Bibliotica

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Coercion by Tim Tigner

COERCION _CoverMonday, August 31st: BookBub Blog – author guest post – “Eleven Thrillers We’d Kill to See on the Silver Screen”

Wednesday, September 2nd: It’s a Mad Mad World

Thursday, September 3rd: Mallory Heart Reviews

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The Girl in the Glass by James Hayman

The Girl in the GlassMonday, August 31st: Dwell in Possibility

Wednesday, September 2nd: Helen’s Book Blog

Thursday, September 3rd: I Wish I Lived in a Library

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The Captive Condition by Kevin P. Keating

The Captive ConditionMonday, August 31st: No More Grumpy Bookseller

Wednesday, September 2nd: Read Love Blog

Thursday, September 3rd: Sweet Southern Home

Friday, September 4th: 100 Pages a Day

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Again and Again by Ellen Bravo

Again and Again coverMonday, August 31st: Peppermint PhD

Thursday, September 3rd: Kahakai Kitchen

Friday, September 4th: Kritters Ramblings

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Montpelier Tomorrow by Marylee MacDonald

MontpelierTomorrow CovMonday, August 31st: BoundbyWords

Friday, September 4th: Queen of All She Reads

Friday, September 4th: Back Porchervations

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Accidents of Marriage by Randy Susan Meyers

Accidents of Marriage PBMonday, August 31st: Books and Bindings

Friday, September 4th: Lit and Life

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Paris Time Capsule by Ella Carey

Paris Time CapsuleTuesday, September 1st: A Chick Who Reads

Thursday, September 3rd: Daily Mayo

Friday, September 4th: Just One More Chapter

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White Dresses by Mary Pflum Peterson

White Dresses (430x648)Wednesday, September 2nd: Raven Haired Girl

Thursday, September 3rd: Thoughts on This ‘n That

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Christa’s Luck by Jennifer Grais and Michael Grais

Christa's LuckThursday, September 3rd: Lost in a Great Book

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Ellen Stimson, author of An Old-Fashioned Christmas, on tour November 2015

Posted By on August 28, 2015

An Old Fashioned ChristmasAbout An Old-Fashioned Christmas: Sweet Traditions for Hearth and Home

  • Hardcover: 288 pages
  • Publisher: Countryman Press; 1 edition (November 2, 2015)

With its snowy streets, pine forests, sleigh rides and woodsmoke curling from the chimneys, Vermont was practically invented for the Christmas postcard. And no one celebrates the season better than Ellen Stimson, author of the best-selling Mud Season, and now the author and home cook behind this cozy new collection of holiday magic.

From warm drinks for the first snowfall to treats for furry friends, from indulgent snacks for carolers to a traditional menu for Christmas day, An Old-Fashioned Christmas will keep you and your loved ones eating, drinking, laughing and baking all through the holiday season.

Anyone who loved Mud Season will remember Stimson’s hilarious and heartwarming stories of life in her small Vermont town—and An Old-Fashioned Christmas brings her trademark touch to holiday memories new and old. Readers will be inspired to begin their own family traditions like the Stimsons’ annual Christmas Adventure, the collection of nostalgic tree ornaments, and of course, the legendary Christmas party attended by friends and family from all over. This is a book you will return to year after year.

A guide to celebrating Christmas in proper Vermont style—from sleigh rides to country stores—rounds out this deeply personal and completely delicious collection. The 98 homey recipes in this book will soon become annual favorites for your family too, including:

Maple Pecan Cookies

Root Beer Pulled Pork

Maple, Fennel, Sausage and Cheddar Meatballs

Chestnut Mousse

“I’ve been a little uneasy about Christmas for a long time and now I shall stop. ‘A festival of debauchery’. I like that idea. A big party. Cut out the stuff you don’t enjoy. And a whole raft of stimulating recipes. And a good snowstorm. Wonderful——Garrison Keillor
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ellen stimson author photoAbout Ellen Stimson

Ellen Stimson is a bread-and-butter homecook…possibly more butter than bread. Her table is usually overflowing with friends, family, and folks who have come just to listen to her stories. Some of those tales made it into her bestselling memoir, Mud Season. She cooks and writes from a farmhouse in Vermont.

Connect with Ellen

Website | Facebook | Twitter

Diana Palmer, author of Wyoming Rugged, on tour November/December 2015

Posted By on August 27, 2015

Wyoming RuggedAbout Wyoming Rugged

Mass Market Paperback: 320 pages

Publisher: HQN Books (November 24, 2015)

New York Times and USA TODAY bestselling author Diana Palmer is back in Wyoming with a tale of love born in Big Sky Country…

Billionaire oilman Blair Coleman has always taken care of his business. After having been used and cast aside by a woman he thought he loved, his personal life is far from his first priority. He knows only one has ever truly cared for him—but the irresistible blonde beauty is the daughter of his best friend.

Niki Ashton has seen her father’s friend wounded and she’s seen him fight. Blair is the strongest—and most stubborn—man she’s ever known. That very heart and passion makes him the man of her dreams, but whenever they’ve been in danger of getting close, Blair has always pushed her away.

It takes a possible tragedy to strip away all of Blair’s misgivings. Now it’s all or nothing: marriage, baby, family, forever. But will the choice be too much for Niki…or too late?

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dianapalmerphotobigwAbout Diana Palmer

An icon in western romance, Diana Palmer has been writing with Harlequin since 1980 and has published over 180 titles, with over 61 million books sold! When not writing, Susan’s hobbies are gardening, knitting, crocheting, astronomy, archaeology and animals. She also has dogs, cats, birds and lizards.

Learn more about Diana at her website, DianaPalmer.com.

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Diana Palmer’s TLC Book Tours TOUR STOPS:

Monday, November 16th: Life is Story

Tuesday, November 17th: Mignon Mykel Reviews

Wednesday, November 18th: Palmer’s Page Turners

Thursday, November 19th: Sharon’s Garden of Book Reviews

Friday, November 20th: Disheveled Book Blog

Monday, November 23rd: Books a la Mode – excerpt and giveaway

Monday, November 23rd: Bookaholics Not-So-Anonymous

Tuesday, November 24th: Mom in Love with Fiction

Wednesday, November 25th: Book Reviews & More by Kathy

Wednesday, November 25th: Romancing the Readers

Friday, November 27th: Sara’s Organized Chaos

Monday, November 30th: Read Love Blog

Tuesday, December 1st: Hot Guys in Books

Wednesday, December 2nd: From the TBR Pile

Wednesday, December 2nd: Romancing the Book

Thursday, December 3rd: Griperang’s Bookmarks

Friday, December 4th: Written Love Reviews

Monday, December 7th: What I’m Reading

Tuesday, December 8th: Romantic Reads and Such

Reuven Fenton, author of Stolen Years: Stories of the Wrongly Imprisoned, on tour November 2015

Posted By on August 25, 2015

Stolen YearsAbout Stolen Years: Stories of the Wrongly Imprisoned

Page Count: 224 pages

Publisher: Tantor Media

There is a horrible murder in your neighborhood. You stand outside with your neighbors and watch, or maybe you peek out of your curtains. Hours pass, then days, maybe even years. Until one day there is a knock at your door, and the police take you in for questioning. Do you remember what happened? Do you have an alibi? Can you take countless hours of interrogation without breaking? Can this happen to you?

It can happen, and it happens more than you think.

From The Fixer to The Shawshank Redemption to Orange Is the New Black, books, films, and TV shows have, for decades, fed the public’s endless hunger for nitty-gritty details about prison life. Stolen Years will not deny listeners those details, but it will also offer something more satisfying: the stories of ten former inmates who fended off the blackest kind of despair so they could keep fighting for freedom; the years they spent waiting for an appeal; and their struggles to get back to living after losing so many years behind bars.

Intense, startling, and utterly compelling, Stolen Years will take readers into the stories of the ones who didn’t do it.

“In this gripping book, Stolen Years, Reuven Fenton shows us the devastating consequences that arise when one is convicted for a crime he or she did not commit. These stories have happy endings. Sadly, most do not.”—Dr. Rubin “Hurricane” Carter

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REUVEN FENTON

REUVEN FENTON

About Reuven Fenton

Reuven Fenton has been covering murder and scandal for the New York Post since 2007. He has earned national recognition for his exclusive reporting on national stories, such as the resignations of political powerhouses Eliot Spitzer and Anthony Weiner; Hurricane Sandy and the devastation
it brought on New York and New Jersey; the shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School; and

the Boston Marathon bombing. Mr. Fenton was inspired to write Stolen Years after covering an unforgettable court hearing in 2013 in which a Brooklyn judge freed David Ranta, a man who’d been wrongfully convicted twenty-two years earlier of murdering a rabbi. The sensational story sparked an investigation into misconduct by both the Brooklyn District Attorney’s Office and the lead detective in the case. Mr. Fenton is a graduate of Columbia Journalism School and lives in New York City with his wife and two sons. Follow him on Twitter at reuvenfen.

TLC Book Tours TOUR STOPS for August 24th – 29th

Posted By on August 23, 2015

Stormbringer by Alis Franklin

StormbringerMonday, August 24th: The Qwillery

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Crooked Heart by Lissa Evans

Crooked Heart (428x648)Monday, August 24th: Doing Dewey

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Accidents of Marriage by Randy Susan Meyers

Accidents of Marriage PBMonday, August 24th: Lit and Life

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The Wonder of All Things by Jason Mott

The Wonder of All ThingsMonday, August 24th: Broken Teepee

Tuesday, August 25th: Patricia’s Wisdom

Wednesday, August 26th: 5 Minutes for Books

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A Remarkable Kindness by Diana Bletter

A Remarkable Kindess (430x648)Monday, August 24th: Raven Haired Girl

Tuesday, August 25th: Svetlana’s Reads and Views

Wednesday, August 26th: JulzReads

Thursday, August 27th: Bibliotica

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The Last Summer at Chelsea Beach by Pam Jenoff

The Last Summer at Chelsea Beach cover imageMonday, August 24th: One Curvy Blogger

Tuesday, August 25th: The Reading Date

Wednesday, August 26th: Time 2 Read

Thursday, August 27th: Life is Story

Friday, August 28th: Bookshelf Fantasies

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End of Summer blog tour

End of Summer Blog Tour

Monday, August 24th: Satisfaction for Insatiable Readers – Christie Ridgway guest post, “Romantic Summer Dates

Monday, August 24th: The Sassy Bookster – review – Can’t Fight This Feeling

Tuesday, August 25th: Satisfaction for Insatiable Readers – review – Can’t Fight This Feeling

Wednesday, August 26th: Read Love Blog – Victoria Dahl guest post, “Summer Fling Cocktail Recipe

Thursday, August 27th: A Chick Who Reads – reviews of Finding Glory, Can’t Fight This Feeling, Taking the Heat

Friday, August 28th: Romance Novels for the Beach – Jill Sorenson guest post, “Virtual Motorcycle Road Trip

Friday, August 28th: The Sassy Bookster – review – Riding Dirty

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A Pattern of Lies by Charles Todd

A Pattern of Lies (429x648)Monday, August 24th: Mystery Playground

Tuesday, August 25th: Raven Haired Girl

Tuesday, August 25th: 5 Minutes For Books

Wednesday, August 26th: Luxury Reading

Thursday, August 27th: Sharon’s Garden of Book Reviews

Friday, August 28th: Helen’s Book Blog

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Andersonville by Edward M. Erdelac

AndersonvilleMonday, August 24th: Bewitched Bookworms

Tuesday, August 25th: Kissin’ Blue Karen

Wednesday, August 26th: Kari J. Wolfe

Thursday, August 27th: No More Grumpy Bookseller

Friday, August 28th: Vic’s Media Room

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The Sisters of Versailles by Sally Christie

The Sisters of VersaillesMonday, August 24th: Peeking Between the Pages

Tuesday, August 25th: Curling Up With A Good Book – “Sister” Bio **

Wednesday, August 26th: Stephanie’s Reviews… 100 Pages a Day

Thursday, August 27th: Historical-Fiction.com

Friday, August 28th: Bibliophilia, Please

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Come Away With Me by Karma Brown

Come Away With MeMonday, August 24th: Book Dilettante

Tuesday, August 25th: Kahakai Kitchen

Wednesday, August 26th: Sara’s Organized Chaos

Thursday, August 27th: A Literary Vacation

Friday, August 28th: From L.A. to LA

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Starlight on Willow Lake by Susan Wiggs

Starlight on Willow LakeMonday, August 24th: Book Reviews & More by Kathy

Tuesday, August 25th: The Sassy Bookster

Wednesday, August 26th: Romancing the Book

Thursday, August 27th: From the TBR Pile

Friday, August 28th: The Bookish and The Romantic

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The Captive Condition by Kevin P. Keating

The Captive ConditionMonday, August 24th: Wildfire Books

Tuesday, August 25th: The Steadfast Reader

Wednesday, August 26th: Mallory Heart Reviews

Thursday, August 27th: More Than Just Magic

Saturday, August 29th: Books that Hook

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White Dresses by Mary Pflum Peterson

White Dresses (430x648)Monday, August 24th: Novel Escapes

Tuesday, August 25th: From the TBR Pile

Wednesday, August 26th: BookNAround

Friday, August 28th: Kritters Ramblings

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Baker’s Blues by Judith Ryan Hendricks

Baker's Blues coverMonday, August 24th: girlichef  reschedule

Tuesday, August 25th: BookNAround

Thursday, August 27th: Thoughts from an Evil Overlord

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Her Sister’s Shoes by Ashley Farley

Her Sister's Shoes coverMonday, August 24th: Thoughts on This ‘n That

Tuesday, August 25th: Staircase Wit

Thursday, August 27th: Ask a Bookworm

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Christa’s Luck by Jennifer Grais and Michael Grais

Christa's LuckMonday, August 24th: Snowdrop Dreams of Books

Tuesday, August 25th: Reading Lark

Thursday, August 27th: Velvet Rider

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Again and Again by Ellen Bravo

Again and Again coverMonday, August 24th: BoundbyWords

Tuesday, August 25th: Bookworm Meets Bookworm

Friday, August 28th: Raven Haired Girl

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Thrill Me by Susan Mallery

Thrill MeMonday, August 24th: Book Mama Blog – review & guest post “12 Things About Susan”

Wednesday, August 26th: Booked on a Feeling

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Montpelier Tomorrow by Marylee MacDonald

MontpelierTomorrow CovMonday, August 24th: bookchickdi

Wednesday, August 26th: Peeking Between the Pages

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The 3rd Woman by Jonathan Freedland

The 3rd Woman (429x648)Monday, August 24th: Kritters Ramblings

Wednesday, August 26th: Queen of All She Reads

Thursday, August 27th: Mysteries and My Musings

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The Fury by Shane Gericke

The FuryMonday, August 24th: Books that Hook

Wednesday, August 26th: Vic’s Media Room

Thursday, August 27th: Life is Story

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Broken Homes and Gardens by Rebecca Kelley

Broken Homes and Gardens Cover FINAL v. 2Monday, August 24th: Thoughts from an Evil Overlord

Wednesday, August 26th: Chick Lit Central

Thursday, August 27th:  Palmer’s Page Turners

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The Race for Paris by Meg Waite Clayton

The Race For Paris (429x648)Monday, August 24th: Thoughts on This ‘n That

Wednesday, August 26th: Man of La Book

Thursday, August 27th: Raven Haired Girl

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The Reinvention of Albert Paugh by Jean Davies Okimoto

The Reinvention of Albert PaughMonday, August 24th: Joyfully Retired

Wednesday, August 26th: From the TBR Pile

Friday, August 28th: View from the Birdhouse

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Dark Screams, Volume 4, edited by Clive Barker, Ed Gorman and Heather Graham

Dark Screams Vol 4Monday, August 24th: Bibliophilia, Please

Thursday, August 27th: Bewitched Bookworms

Friday, August 28th: Read Love Blog

Saturday, August 29th: A Chick Who Reads

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Stepdog by Nicole Galland

Stepdog (430x648)Monday, August 24th: Dreams, Etc.

Friday, August 28th: Gspotsylvania: Ramblings from a Reading Writer Who Rescues Birds and Beasts

Friday, August 28th: I’d Rather Be At The Beach

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Bleedovers by William Todd Rose

BleedoversTuesday, August 25th: Savvy Verse and Wit – Bleedovers

Wednesday, August 26th: The Road to Here – Bleedovers

Thursday, August 27th: For the Love of Fictional Worlds – Bleedovers

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The Girl in the Glass by James Hayman

The Girl in the GlassTuesday, August 25th: No More Grumpy Bookseller

Wednesday, August 26th: Curling Up by the Fire

Thursday, August 27th: I’m Shelf-ish

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The Uninvited by Cat Winters

The Uninvited (430x648)Thursday, August 27th: Sidewalk Shoes

Friday, August 28th: The Reader’s Hollow

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