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Something Borrowed


Something Borrowed Warner Bro. Pictures 1 hour 43 minutes PG-13 Rachel and Darcy have been best friends since childhood, and they have remained as close as sisters. They are turning thirty; Darcy is getting married, and Rachel is still single. … Continue reading

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The Graveyard Book


The Graveyard Book Neil Gaiman 978-0-0605-3092-1 Audiobook read by Neil Gaiman 2009 Newberry Award Winner Nobody Owens is a child raised by ghosts in a graveyard, and pursued by a nefarious organization that has already murdered his mortal family. The … Continue reading

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The Power of Words


The following video has a great message about the power of words. It is a reminder of how important the words we use can be. The correct words can express our love for someone at home, or communicate a winning idea to our boss. It is also important in marketing, as this video shows. Continue reading

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The Fire Lord’s Lover


Imagine if England had been invaded, not by the Spanish in 1588, but by otherworldly Elves with magical powers? Kathryne Kennedy’s book is alternative historical fiction with a heavy helping of the fantastic. Continue reading

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The Phoenix Charm


Michael and Cordelia go to Wales to seek the king of the Underworld’s permission to retrieve the child. In the course of rescuing him, Michael discovers key facts about his heritage and he and Cordelia fall deeply in love Continue reading

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Love in the Time of Dragons


Love in the Time of Dragons Katie MacAlister 978-0-451-22971-7 A Novel of the Light Dragons Who is she? What is she? Why has she been sleeping for 5solid weeks? Tully Sullivan insists that she is a normal woman, but everyone … Continue reading

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The Anglo Files


This is a portrait of England in the transitional era of 1990s – 2000s. Lyall moved to the country for work, and stayed for love. The Anglo Files examines different aspects of Englishness, such as the government, class, hygiene, and weather. Continue reading

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Eat Prey Love


Read books by Mary Janice Davidson and Lynsay Sands if you enjoy Eat Prey Love by Kerrelyn Sparks. Continue reading

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Hachi: A Dog’s Tale


Hachi is a small Akita puppy when he is found wandering a suburban New England train station by Parker Wilson. Hachi develops a habit of accompanying the professor to the train station each morning, returning home, and then meeting the evening train to welcome his master home. Hachi continues this routine even after the professor dies. Continue reading

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Bride of His Choice


Leigh Durant is the unwelcome black sheep in her family. Richard Seymour has his eys on her; he needs to marry her or one of her sisters in order to gain control of the Durant financial empire. His proposal is very tempting. Leigh would finally be recognized as worthwhile, but would she find the love she’d always dreamed of?
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