The Multiverse May Kill You

The Space Between Worlds by Micaiah Johnson (2020) - Earth Zero has discovered how to traverse between worlds. Cara is valued as a traverser because her doppelgangers are dead on most of the worlds known. If you arrive in a world where the other you is still alive, your death will be kind of quick... Continue Reading →

A Sad, Sad Year

This was a TERRIBLE year for book reviews. I produced a grand total of 17. Which is awful. There's a reason for it. It was a TERRIBLE year for reading. For the first time in my life, I didn't feel like picking up a book. There were several times I had to force myself to... Continue Reading →

Secrets, Murder…And Then The Lights Go Out

The Guest List by Lucy Foley  (2020) - A high-profile wedding brings disappointments, secrets, and death to a beautiful island off the coast of Ireland.  Will it be “happily ever after” or will someone else die? Here’s the quick way to think of this book.  Update F. Scott Fitzgerald’s “Great Gatsby” characters to the 21st... Continue Reading →

Ripples and Regrets

337 by M. Jonathan Lee (Hideaway Fall) - When Sam Darte’s mother left a note with her wedding ring on the kitchen table, he knew his life would never be the same. That teenage version of himself could not envision the devastation that would echo through his life for years. His family would tear itself... Continue Reading →

2020 in Review

(PLUS - My Top Reads of the Year!) After a tough year for reading in 2019, my goal was to get back on track. I achieved that goal with ease! 30 book reviews this year, plus a handful of other books that I read just to keep reading fun. It was a great year, with... Continue Reading →

Great Christmas Stories

When we get together, the stories come out. It's what people do. For Christmas, these are three of the best, most beloved stories ever written in English. Together with the stories "Behind the Story", biographies of the authors, how two of them helped create Christmas as we know it today, and ways for your family... Continue Reading →

For All These Things

I'm not sure when I started reading but I do not remember a time when I couldn't read.  Other than sleeping I have probably spent more time reading than any other activity during my life.  I'm not sure there's anything that I've gotten more extended enjoyment out of in my life either.  Reading has taken... Continue Reading →

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