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Christmas Eve in these Trying Times

Christmas Eve certainly looked different this year. Then again, what hasn't? In my family. I am the traditionalist. I prefer when we do things exactly as they have been done for the last ten years at least. Apparently, Christmas Eve used to look different - back before I can remember - and my mom always… Continue reading Christmas Eve in these Trying Times

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Finding the Christmas Spirit

Merry Christmas Eve, everyone! No, I haven't turned in for the night quite yet. I'm busy downloading e-books from work and updating Goodreads. How's everyone doing? I feel like December has been a giant roller coaster of emotions for me and I am struggling to be happy -- to be positive. I'm struggling to like… Continue reading Finding the Christmas Spirit

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Goodbye, BookCon & Book Expo

I've never been a fan of massive conventions -- I'd attended NYCC only once before and hated it because there were simply too many people. I thought conventions were purely for tv shows, comic books, superhero movies, etc. As I began contemplating a career as a writer and in publishing, I learned about all the… Continue reading Goodbye, BookCon & Book Expo

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NOEL STREET by Richard Paul Evans // Book Review

The Noel Stranger (The Noel Collection, Book #3) by Richard Paul Evans Here's the story, as told by the jacket: The year is 1975. Elle Sheen, a single mother who is supporting herself and her six year old biracial son, Dylan, as a waitress at the Noel Street Diner, isn't sure what to make of… Continue reading NOEL STREET by Richard Paul Evans // Book Review