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I’ve deleted my Facebook account. I may be back later. I’ll remove the Facebook link on this blog a little later today.
I’ve reviewed a new book on Reedsy Discovery; you can read the review here: https://reedsy.com/discovery/book/synchronicity-tyler-j-yates
Over the next few months the content on this site will migrate to a new book discussion and reading space called Your Book Group. You can visit that site now at http://www.yourbookgroup.com; send an email to the address shown on the that page if you would like an invitation to the new space once it’s …
Big changes are in store for this blog over the coming weeks. While I work on those changes I will be posting less frequently this summer – but I will commit to posting at least once per week. You can always find my page on Facebook: @MittenBookish. See you soon!
I seldom have luck finding a great book just by browsing the shelves at the bookstore; I tend to look past the current New York Times Bestsellers display as I search for authors and titles that have quietly stood the test of time. At the library, if I am not looking for an author or title …
I bought a book from my favorite bookstore today. Here are photos of their gratitude. You can order for a small shipping fee, or you can use the curbside pickup option which is what I did today.
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I will be adding menu items for different genres of suggested reading; I’ve created a Memoir page so far. Stay tuned for additional genres; I am thinking mystery, historical fiction, chick lit, humor, ghost stories, and classics to start.