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Read With Me

I love to read, don’t you? Here I’ll share books that I’m reading, as well as books I recommend in my “Book Of The Week” blog series. I’ll also introduce you to some of my favorite authors along with some great bookstores you should visit if you ever get the chance.

Book Of The Week: “The Favorite Daughter” By Patti Callahan Henry

I’m very excited to bring you this week’s “Book To Read”: The Favorite Daughter by Patti Callahan Henry. Another great read for the summer!A few weeks ago I got to see Ms. Henry at Buxton Books as she discussed her newest release and her other novels. So sweet and gracious ...
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Book To Read: “The Summer Guests” by Mary Alice Monroe

I’m so excited to share with you my “Book To Read” this week: The Summer Guests by Mary Alice Monroe. I was lucky to be at the pre-launch party this past weekend and we all had such a good time.I will tell you in advance that I haven’t read The ...
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Book Of The Week: “The Success Principles” By Jack Canfield

This week’s book to read is The Success Principles by Jack Canfield. I read this book about 5 years ago and still refer to it. Have to say the principles are still the same now as they were when originally written.Many people have heard of Mr. Canfield from his highly ...
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Book Of The Week: “The Happiness Project” By Gretchen Rubin

This week’s book recommendation is “The Happiness Project” by Gretchen Rubin. It’s been a while since I read the book but I still like the suggestions put forth in the book so I had to share it with you today.What I liked about this book was how one woman was ...
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Book Of The Week: “Confessions of a Shopaholic” by Sophie Kinsella

Over the last couple months, I’ve been sharing books I’ve enjoyed reading. I’ve tried to alternate between fiction and non-fiction but probably, from this point on, you’ll see more fiction. I’m really enjoying some good novels right now – even re-reading some from the past. And today’s book is just ...
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Book Series Of The Week: “The Lunar Chronicles” by Marissa Meyer

Once again I’m recommending a series instead of one book but these novels were so good. Let me introduce “The Lunar Chronicles” by Marissa Meyer.“The Lunar Chronicles” are made up of 5 books: “Cinder”, “Scarlett”, “Cress”,  "Stars Above" and “Winter”. I actually stumbled across book 2 – “Scarlett” – when ...
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Book Of The Week: “Jump” By Steve Harvey

This week’s “Book to Read” is coming to you because of an inspiring video I watched. It’s “Jump” by Steve Harvey.First I have to say I love Steve Harvey! He is hilarious, but I had no idea he was a motivational speaker till I happened to come across his video ...
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Book Of The Week: “By Invitation Only” by Dorothea Benton Frank

This week’s book recommendation is from another author that writes stories about the Lowcountry of South Carolina. It is “By Invitation Only” by Dorothea Benton Frank.Ms. Frank has written a wonderful take of the upcoming wedding of two characters from very different family backgrounds. One set of parents is fully ...
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Book Of The Week: “The Magnolia Story” by Chip & Joanna Gaines

I have another great book to recommend this week – at least I think it’s awesome! It is The Magnolia Story by Chip and Joanna Gaines. For me, this book was inspiring in so many ways.First of all, I loved watching the show “Fixer Upper”. Jeff still watches it to ...
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Books Of The Week: The “Harry Potter” Series

Yes, this is out of the norm considering the other books I’ve recommended so far on this blog but I have to admit: I’M A HUGE HARRY POTTER FAN!I only read the novels after seeing the first 7 movies. I figured since I loved them so much that the books ...
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