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Magical Midlife Madness

Magical Midlife Madness by K.F. Breene

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I loved this book. I have the paperback and will buy the next one. A midlife crisis for sure. But who expects magic to happen to you and from a house you have agreed to watch over. Nimah starts with getting her drunk and likes throwing rocks at people. She meets Austin who is handsome and takes care of her first drunk night. Her butler Mr. Tom is quite the caretaker. Lots of magic going on until she becomes one with the house and releases the magic to all that have helped her in this town that she remembers when she was little. When she finally releases the magic, it makes everyone youthful, they can do things like when they were young. At the end she sees a mysterious man on her property line because he doesn’t know what the house may do to him. Basically, he is saying see you soon.

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I bought this book mostly for the cover, but I ended up loving it. First magical with gargoyles, wolves, etc.

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you’ll want these books on your reading list, too! — Inside My World

Hey, lovelies! I know, I know, it’s such a big list, however, you may know by now, that some of the books on this list, will at some point, have their own article. Historical-fiction, that is based on a true-story, as I typically read based on a true-story, inspired by true events, about 98% of […]

you’ll want these books on your reading list, too! — Inside My World
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The Bone Curse

The Bone Curse by Carrie Rubin

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

A great and interesting read. I liked how the chapters were small and many. A thriller that kept me interested! I wanted to keep reading. I learned fun stuff about black magic and Haitian voodoo but don’t want to mess with it. One I will read again someday.

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I really enjoyed this, she is an awesome writer. I will read the others.

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My first reading novel, I think

I believe this was my first reading novel in grade school that got me hooked on reading bigger books. I ordered it and thought I would see. I remember it being a red bound with no cover in our school library. Long ago so I’m not sure. Then I started reading V.C.Andrews novels. My Sweet Audrina was the first. I have most of the paperbacks. I remember reading Sweet Valley High novels as well.

Oh the memories. I also like Phyllis A. Whitney.

I’m one to pick catchy covers so surprised I chose one without the cover. I mostly read hardcover but since my budget is small I choose more paperback now. Of course ebook 🙂

My to read pile recently.
My library currently. Most I bought years back when I belonged to subscriptions.
Funny thing I have Danielle Steele books and haven’t read one yet, lol

I bought for future old age. lol

My college books. I kept most.

We might be going back to our old house this weekend and I will bring back all my books there.

Many harliquin novels, classic editions, etc Once I counted over 700 books. Miss my shelves there.

Oberlin house, my first house I bought for 5,000. Then met hubby and construction began but we didn’t have much money, and living in it. Originally a two bedroom, 1 small bath, 1 small kitchen, and living room for 6 of us. Cozy. 🙂 Now bigger kitchen, upstairs loft (bedroom) unfinished room, 3 bedrooms, laundry, living room, and unfinished 2nd bath, 1 small bonus room. Hence we call it the Puzzle house. I have a tab for it if you want to look.

Messy house still but less stuff. No current picts.

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Sibby Slicker

Sibby Slicker by Samantha Garman

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Excellent book. From camping to finding out she is pregnant. She is confused hubby is excited. A new dog, Jasper to the home. She decides to go about publishing her own book and a new friend Stacy to help with promoting it. Lots of clumsy and Sibby Law takes over. lol Ready to read the next one. Good writer and fun read.

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Catfished by Stella Bixby

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Her first book I have read, easy read and fun read. I will read the next. My daughter bought me this for my birthday. I would have read it faster but but have been recovering from a stroke(december 2020). I really laughed when the part about her ripping her jeans in the butt, that happened to me at a restaurant. The girl is a park ranger and finds a dead body her first day and won’t stop investigating. Her ex boyfriend keeps trying to stop her and to keep her safe. Fun characters.

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Milk and honey

Milk and Honey by Rupi Kaur

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

It is a book of poems done in four parts the hurting, the loving, the breaking, and the healing. I can relate to all sections. Most poems are short. I read the book in one day. I liked the author’s style. Some graphics, interesting.
your art
is not about how many people
like your work
your art
is about
if your heart likes your work
if your soul likes your art
it’s about how honest
you are with yourself
and you
must never
trade honesty
for relatability.

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