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Instagram PostsMy blogging buddy is back today. 🥰 He's a definite lap cat, and usually settles down to snuggle while I work. Today, he's extra needy, and every time I reach for the mouse, he bumps my hand to ask for cheek scratches. I can't resist this cuteness.I've been reading more nonfiction lately, and more spiritual books, too. Apparently I'm a fan of Catholic mysticism? Those books seem to be a pretty sure win with me.Once in a while you read the right book at exactly the right moment. It's been a while since I read Double the Danger and Zero Zucchini, but I needed it to be just what it was: hilarious and full of heart. Sometimes a book is all the comfort you need.What are you looking forward to reading this month?Have you read something recently that you can't stop thinking about?I've only met a few authors in person (probably a good thing because I am incredibly awkward and have, more than once, said entirely the wrong thing 😳 and possibly offended some of my favorite authors forever, 😭 ack!), but Beth Revis is one of the ones I've met, and she is amazing.
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Viola Doyle, who rides about town on her bicycle, a feat her mother thinks unbecoming to a young lady, loses a precious jewel when she collides with a young professor’s assistant. Mikhail, the young man she plowed into, returns the jewel and offers to help Viola and her grandmother research the mysterious gem’s origins. Together they learn that the gem is more than simple jewelry and is instead a powerful stone entrusted to a long line of protectors. But its keepers aren’t the only ones interested in the stone.
Another group seeks to find the stone and use it … Continue reading
Amber knows what it’s like to be noticed for all the wrong reasons. From her golden (literally) skin to her freakish ability to sense others’ feelings, she can’t help but stand out in a crowd. Amber is a member of an emerging super-human group referred to as Maliens, and the rest of humanity isn’t adjusting to them as well as Amber could hope. A highly vocal anti-Malien group calling itself RAMM promotes Malien oppression, even going so far as to reach out to Amber’s school principal.
As events escalate, and riots and attacks on Malien citizens increase, Amber’s fury blazes. … Continue reading