I am choosing The Handmaid’s Tale by Margaret Atwood for my October book review because it is the scariest novel I’ve read in a long time.
I’m trying to write a post every day for a year. Reading the book and reviewing Julie & Julia sounded like it would fit nicely into my endeavor.
That is why I chose Still Me for my June book review. I found this story a wonderful addition to the two that came before in the series.
I love finding odd books on the shelves of used bookstores. I often pick them up based on their strange titles or book covers. The Fairytale Chicago of Francesca Finnegan delivered both.
Rob brought us both presents back from South Carolina. My gift is an autographed copy of Bill Noel’s Folly (a book review).
I came across S.S. Bazinet’s Vampire Reclamation Project Series. Thus, I decided to read and write Traces of Angels: A Book Review.
I didn’t get far into Two by Two before I felt like the story became an autopsy of a dying marriage, but I highly recommend the book.
Every time we travel to Kokomo, Rooster and I stop at Choo Choo McGoo’s. Rooster and I love to eat in this locally owned restaurant.
The restaurant sounded interesting. We pointed our Chevy Spark toward 1633 Stitt Street Wabash, Indiana, to check out Harry’s Old Kettle Pub and Grill.
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