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review: Lies Beneath by Anne Greenwood Brown

Lies Beneath Anne Greenwood Brown Delacorte BFYR/YA fiction Release Date:  June 12, 2012 The lore of mermaids and mermen is real. Just wait until you meet Calder White in this addictive debut novel that is destined to make a splash! Calder White lives in the cold, clear waters of Lake Superior, the only brother in […]

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Monday Munchies: Twilight Bleeding Cupcakes

Oh, my! Once again Monday snuck up before our post was ready.  If you remember, last Monday’s post was written by Word Nerd Teen on Tuesday, because I spent Monday in the emergency room.  Apparently I have mononucleosis, and once you get over the feeling like you are dying, it just makes you tired.  Very, […]

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review: The Gospel According to Twilight- Women, Sex & God by Elaine A. Heath

 The Gospel According to Twilight: Women, Sex and God Elaine A. Heath Westminster John Knox Press/adult non-fiction; philosphy, religion & spirituality Release Date: September 2, 2011 The Twilight saga has become one of the most successful fiction series ever written, with more than one hundred million copies in print and several box office blockbusters. Despite […]

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Main Street Book Club: The Blood Confession by Alisa M. Libby

The Blood Confession Alisa M. Libby Dutton Juvenile/young adult historical fiction Release Date: August 17, 2006 Erzebet is young, beautiful, rich, and imprisoned in her castle, waiting to be sentenced for murder. In a brilliant fiction debut, Alisa M. Libby resurrects the real-life Erzebet Bathory, a seventeenth-century countess who believed that bathing in human blood […]

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Book Blogger Hop & Follow Me Friday

 Q. What book that hasn’t been turned into a movie (yet) would you most like to see make it to the big screen, and who would you like cast as your favorite character? This one is easy! There isn’t a book I’d like to see turned into a movie! It is so rare that a “from the […]

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