Monthly Archives: March 2018

In60learning-Sitting Bull, Charlemagne, Kublai Khan and Illinois Native Americans

Ok! I have become a little obsessed with these short reads. These are the 4 I have read this month. They do not take 60 minutes. But….what a wealth of knowledge packed into this period of time. These reads are … Continue reading

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Veiled by Privilege by Anne Garboczi Evans – BOOK SPOTLIGHT

Overview CIA field officer Joe Csontos is desperate to discover Al Qaeda of the Arabian Peninsula’s next target before thousands of Americans die. Atheist grad student in Middle Eastern studies, Kay Bianchi needs a dissertation project riveting enough to pass … Continue reading

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Watching You By Leslie A. Kelly – BOOK SPOTLIGHT

Watching You By Leslie A. Kelly Genre: Romantic Suspense In the first book of a thrilling new romantic suspense trilogy, USA Today bestselling author Leslie A. Kelly shows just how hot – and how dangerous – Hollywood can be. In the shadows, … Continue reading

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Love In Between by Mercy Jane Porquez Ballesteros – Book Spotlight

Overview Love in Between is a collection of classic and contemporary poems. It is inspired by the works of William Shakespeare and Edgar Allan Poe. The short stories reveal a lot about human relationships, the concept of love, and how … Continue reading

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All the Beautiful Girls by Elizabeth J. Church

Overview A powerful novel about a gutsy showgirl who tries to conquer her past amongst the glamour of 1960s Las Vegas–and finds unexpected fortune, friendship, and love. It was unimaginable. When she was eight years old, Lily Decker somehow survived … Continue reading

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The Art of Fully Living by Tal Gur – Book Spotlight

Overview Master the art of living, one life goal at at time. Do you want to experience your one life—your whole life—to its fullest measure? In this stirring book, author, blogger and lifestyle entrepreneur, Tal Gur offers his own transformational … Continue reading

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The Liar’s Girl by Catherine Ryan Howard

Overview Will Hurley was an attractive, charming, and impressive student at Dublin’s elite St. John’s College-and Ireland’s most prolific serial killer. Having stalked his four young victims, he drowned them in the muddy waters of the Grand Canal. Sentenced to … Continue reading

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