Monthly Archives: November 2015

Christmas in November…..what card???? 

It has been tough to choose a card to make for this year! I basically chose this one because it is easy and……I have a lot of this paper!!!       I have run into a snag…..while I was making … Continue reading

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Smoke by Catherine McKenzie 

   OVERVIEW A Goodreads Best Book of October, 2015. Named by Amazon as one of the top 100 books of 2015. From the internationally bestselling author Catherine McKenzie comes an evocative tale of two women navigating the secrets and lies … Continue reading

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Thank You Card

   The squares are stamped with a Close To My Heart stamp and the Thanks is stamped and cut from the Cricut Thanks for stopping by!!!

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Echo by Lorena Glass BOOK SPOTLIGHT!

   BLURB: A man and a woman… They are two blended souls; one being split in two. Bound by a love that is not of this world. A cruel curse… Forbidden from being together in the afterlife, they suffer the … Continue reading

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Stirring Up Trouble by Andrea Laurence #XOXperts 

   Overview When a prim and proper baker and a laid-back bartender have a neighborly disagreement that gets them both in trouble with the law, a sweet reconciliation is stirred up in the playful third romance in Andrea Laurence’s sexy … Continue reading

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Playing With Fire by Tess Gerritsen

   Overview A beautiful violinist is haunted by a very old piece of music she finds in a strange antique shop in Rome. The first time Julia Ansdell picks up The Incendio Waltz, she knows it’s a strikingly unusual composition. … Continue reading

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Still On Herring Cove Road: Hickory, Dickory Death by Michael Kroft

   Overview The first murder of a child raised eyebrows, the second raised alarms.  Ten-year old Dewey is moving, and he couldn’t be more excited; though, he’s alone in his enthusiasm. Lisa, his mother, and recently retired Avriel, his next … Continue reading

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