Monthly Archives: August 2012

The 4 reasons why I am ending my relationship with my e-reader.

It’s sad.  It’s over. We started out so happy and in love. Like many other people I was an early adopter of the e-reader and I was madly in love. Then things started to sour.  It started out just to be … Continue reading

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“Heading Out to Wonderful” by Robert Goolrick

One thing I can say about Robert Goolrick, is that he writes gripping tales of doomed love. This second novel, much like his “killer” debut novel, “The Reliable Wife” is another passionate tale of love gone terribly wrong. Set in 1948, a … Continue reading

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Timed perfectly with the Olympics, read “Gold” by Chris Cleave…

For those of you that became Chris Cleave fans after reading  “Little Bee,” you won’t be disappointed with his next novel “Gold.” This is a story about 2 best friends that are vying for the top spot in the 2012 Olympics. The two … Continue reading

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