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Killing Millie Helper

It started as a college joke.  My dormmate decided that if we were television characters, she would be Laura Petrie from the Dick Van Dyke Show, and I would be her gabby, busybody neighbor, Millie Helper. My roommate would be Sally, the … Continue reading

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Recommended Reads for June

This month I managed to read three great books and half of one so-so one.  Let’s start with the good, shall we? The Last Bookshop in London by Madeline Martin: This book kept selling out at the Barnes & Noble where … Continue reading

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Bits and Barbs

A weasel moved into our rock wall. For most people, this would not be good news, as they are invasive little predators.  But seeing as how we already have coyote, bobcats, foxes, hawks, and fisher cats hanging around our neighborhood, the … Continue reading

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Recommend Reads for May

Despite being distracted by a crochet project, I still managed to read a few books during April.  Three of them I highly recommend.  One I suggest you pass up. WIDOWS OF CHAMPAGNE by Renee Ryan: Full disclosure here, Renee is one of … Continue reading

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Get Weekend Agreement (and more!) for $.99

Entangled Romance has just let me know that they’re having a Billionaire Blow Out Sale from April 19 through April 26. Their top billionaire romances will be on sale for $.99 – including includes my bestselling book, Weekend Agreement. I … Continue reading

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Help a Girl Out: Looking for Tips to Beat the Blahs

Or, How Does Barb Get Her Groove Back? My mojo has gone on vacation this week. For some reason, I can’t seem to get motivated to do much. (Seriously, this post was supposed to be written two hours ago.) I … Continue reading

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Recommended Read: The Last Garden in England by Julia Kelly

Wow! Is it the end of March already?  Happy Easter and/or Passover to my friends who celebrate.   I wanted to share with you a recommended read.  The Last Garden in England by Julia Kelly.   The Last Garden in England tells the story … Continue reading

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So Long Facebook (And Thanks for All the Fish)

If you’re not a fan of Douglas Adams sci fi series, you might not get the joke at the end of the headline.  No worries. I’m sure you understood the first part. Starting this weekend, I will be taking an indefinite … Continue reading

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Reading Roundup! (Feb/March)

Hullo all! I missed last month’s reading round-up, not because I wasn’t reading, but because most of the books I read were for research. Somehow I didn’t think you wanted to know what I thought of Greenwich Village Stories, Edie, … Continue reading

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February Reading Roundup With the election, holidays and other drama seemingly in the past, I was finally back in the reading groove.  This month I managed four reads that weren’t research related.  Two of the books I recommend highly for everyone. The … Continue reading

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