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Juliet García: Challenges, Not Accomplishments, Make Us Strong

Juliet García: Challenges, Not Accomplishments, Make Us Strong.

“At Smith College commencement on Sunday, Juliet García, the first Hispanic woman to run an American college or university, talked about how she found her strength.”

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Danger in the Shadows: Prequel to the O'Malley Series, a book review

If you like suspense novels, but don’t like the blood and guts of hard core thrillers, I have the perfect Christian suspense novel for you. I just finished a compilation by Dee Henderson called Jennifer: An O’Malley Love Story and Danger in the Shadows” Prequel to the O’Malley series. 212 more words

Book Review: Where'd You Go, Bernadette

At the recommendation of my coworkers, I decided to read Where’d you go Bernadette? But I got so drawn into the book that I did not want to stop reading it! 166 more words

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THE LANGUAGE OF FLOWERS

THE LANGUAGE OF FLOWERS WAS A GREAT READ ABOUT VICTORIA, A CHILD ABANDONED BY HER MOTHER AT BIRTH WHO GREW UP IN THE FOSTER CARE… 252 more words

A Worthy Pursuit by Karen Witemeyer (review by Kristi)

With some books as soon as you start reading you think you will like them. Others, you KNOW you will like. A Worthy Pursuit definitely falls into this category. 174 more words

My Good Read of the Day (05/22/15)

My Antonia by Willa Cather

This is a truly heart wrenching story for the time period. I hope you will enjoy this great read!

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