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Becky Winters
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Scene of the Grind Review
I promise I'm not on Tonya Kappes 's payroll. Lol! I just love her books. They're so fun to read, and her characters are so real. It's fun to delve into the pages of one of her books. Such is the case with Scene of the Grind. This is the first book in the "...

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Southern Fried Review
Southern Fried is the second book in the Kenni Lowry mystery series. Kenni Lowry is the sheriff in Cottonwood, KY. Her grandfather, in ghost form, looks out for her. And, with help from her ghost grandfather and hunky deputy Finn, Kenni sets out to catch a ...

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Tranquility Review
The book I am going to be reviewing today is not an ordinary book. Tranquility: A Prayer and Reflection Coloring Journal  is just what it says: a prayer and reflection journal, and a coloring book. And it's absolutely beautiful! Now, anyone that knows me kn...

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A Ghostly Mortality Review
Tonya Kappes is definitely one of my favorite mystery authors. Her characters are humerus, her stories are easy to read and engaging. She has a way of weaving a tale that makes you want to come back for more. That's why I was excited to read this book. Emma...

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Selah Bible Study Review
Shelley Noonan from Pumpkin Seed Press has created a new bible study she calls Selah . I've seen this word in scripture before, but I never really understood what it meant. Selah means pause and listen. And that is exactly what you do with this bible study....

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Kneaded to Death Review & Giveaway
Kneaded to Death. I requested to review this book because I liked the name. And the series name. Bread Shop Mystery. So cute and homey. Anyways, Kneaded to Death is about a woman names Ivy Culpepper. She returned home after the tragic death of her mother. W...

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How to Manage Your Home Without Losing Your Mind
I rarely (and i mean rarely ) review a book before I've finished it. Some examples include coloring books (because they take a long time) and bible studies (because there's often no need to finish them to be able to give a proper review). But books? No, I f...
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