Tag: books

The Clockmaker’s Daughter

Welcome to the first-edition of Review Wednesday on my blog! I’m excited to share with you a book I read last month that is still resonating with me: The Clockmaker’s Daughter, by Kate Morton. I found The Clockmaker’s Daughter during one my strolls through our local book store. I go roughly once a week to …

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Thought Thursday – Perfectly Ideal

The back-cover synopsis for My One True Love wrote itself. In that, the book was only partially written when I wrote it, so in truth, I had not a clue what in Margaret’s present and Joe’s past would threaten young Maisie, but I figured I’d figure it out during the writing. This is one fatal-flaw …

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Word Wednesday: Plagiarism

“Impossible. The math doesn’t work. I did it.”

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It’s A Physical Thing

An ad from Kobo popped up in my Facebook news feed sharing a Forbes review of the new Kobo Forma vs. the Amazon Kindle Oasis 2. The reviewer shared the pros and cons of each, and ultimately came down on the side of the Kobo Forma (review here). Reading the review renewed my ongoing internal …

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