April Reads

April was a very good month, but boy did it go fast.  I got away to Calgary, Alberta last weekend to have some fun, shopped and visited with friends.  Went to the Calgary Opera and saw The Magic Flute while I was there and quite enjoyed it.  It was also a good reading month.  I... Continue Reading →

Book Review – Hit By A Farm

Catherine and Melissa are a couple who reside in southeastern Minnesota who decide to go farming - more specifically, raising sheep and poultry and starting a vineyard. Catherine was an author prior to her and Melissa starting this endeavour and going farming was really Melissa's dream. I listened to this book on audio with Catherine... Continue Reading →

Book Review – Dear County Agent Guy

I received an advance copy of this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. This book will be published on May 3, 2016. Dear County Agent Guy is a book comprised of a series of essays that originally appeared in newspapers across the Midwest. They were written by Jerry Nelson who operated a... Continue Reading →

Book Review – Without A Doubt

I read this book in 1997 when it was first released. I was 31 years old at the time and like many people in North America, followed the O.J. Simpson trial very closely, and again, like a lot of people, was angry at the verdict. I immersed myself in many of the books that were... Continue Reading →

April TBR

So, there are two books that I was reading in March that I didn’t get completed by the end of the month, therefore, my first goal for April is to complete these and then dive into a batch of new books. These are my reading plans for April: Buried by Graham Masterton (currently 83% complete)... Continue Reading →

Weekend Reading Plans

So unless something derails my plans for the weekend, I anticipate that I will finish two books that are both already more than half read.  I am currently reading Buried by Graham Masterton and Without a Doubt by Marcia Clark. Buried is the sixth mystery/psychological thriller book in the Katie Maguire series by Graham Masterton. ... Continue Reading →

March, 2016 Reading Wrap Up

In the month of March, I read and rated the following books: What’s Left Behind by Gail Bowen – 4 stars out of five on Goodreads Violent Ends by Shaun David Hutchinson – 3 stars What I Know for Sure by Oprah Winfrey – 3 stars In the Cold Dark Ground by Stuart MacBride –... Continue Reading →

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