Monthly Archives: May 2015

The Cake Therapist and Bake Happy

  I just finished reading The Cake Therapist by Judith Fertig. It was listed as a mystery on my Amazon Vine list but is not a traditional crime story. It is more a story of uncovering the secret that created … Continue reading

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Grantchester

I just purchased season 1 of the British television series Grantchester on Amazon instant video. My husband and I watched the first episode last night and I think I am hooked. I admit the boyishly handsome James Norton playing the … Continue reading

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More on Hallmark Mysteries

Sooo….my husband was away for work last week and I had the TV all to myself. I used my time wisely to catch up on some of the recently released Hallmark mystery movies. I admit I am becoming quite the … Continue reading

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Hallmark Mysteries and Movies

Last year I discovered the Hallmark Channel and their occasional mystery movies. Then recently we got the Hallmark Movies and Mysteries channel and I have been happily watching mystery movies since. I will take a break from watching now to … Continue reading

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Good-bye to Children’s Book Week

Here we are at the end of Children’s Book Week and I will go back to concentrating on adult books. But first, a quote about libraries from middle grade novel The Girl Who Soared Over Fairyland and Cut the Moon … Continue reading

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Review: The Disappearance of Emily H.

The Disappearance of Emily H. by Barrie Summy Raine is the new girl at school –again. Her mother has a habit of picking up and running when things get tough. Raine has a secret ability that helps her connect with … Continue reading

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Children’s Book Week with Nancy Drew

I saw in the news that Nancy Drew, the original Girl Detective, turned 85 recently and I can’t think of a better way to kick off Children’s Book Week than with a salute to Nancy Drew. I was a hard-core … Continue reading

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