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Review Post: Asking For It by Lilah Pace

Asking For It

By: Lilah Pace

Release Date: June 2, 2015

“This is who I am. This is what I want. Now I need a man dangerous enough to give it to me.” … 1,500 more words


Empires of food. Feast, famine and the rise and fall of civilizations.

By Evan D. G. Fraser and Andrew Rimas.

Random House, 2010

As I turn the last page of this amazing book I feel a swarm of ideas and concerns. 437 more words


Another Source of Books – The Pennsylvania Horticultural Society

The local Great Books discussion group asked me recently to recommend a novel for summer reading. The group meets just once each summer. I can’t remember what suggestions I offered, and I suspect I will be away on vacation. 152 more words

Releasing Now: Breaking Clear by MJ Summers

Book: Breaking Clear

Author: MJ Summers

Genre: Contemporary Romance

Goodreads Book Link

Clever. Steamy. Inspiring.

You fell in love with Harper Young as Megan Sullivan’s fiercely loyal, feisty best-friend in Breaking Love. 703 more words


June Reading Wrap-Up

Only four books this month, but all four were extraordinary!
(As always, covers link to Goodreads pages.)

Things We Know By Heart by Jessi Kirby – I’ve loved all of Jessi Kirby’s books, but this one’s neck-and-neck with… 858 more words

Great Books

Doctor Sleep - A Review

Doctor Sleep by Stephen King
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I loved Doctor Sleep. It seemed to me a coming of age not only for the main character, Danny Torrance, but for Stephen King as well. 126 more words


Commentary on the Form of the "Homeric Hymns"

The collection of hymns, commonly called the “Homeric Hymns” or “Homerica,” are a compilation of thirty-three prayers to the gods. They have erroneously been attributed to Homer by the moderns due to the dactylic hexameter formula -the same poetic form of the Homeric epics. 199 more words