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Your Reading for June by Susan Keefe

My Good Life in France

by Janine Marsh

Do people really buy a house in another country on impulse, or is it just something TV shows fool you into believing? Well, the author Janine Marsh certainly did just that on a wet and windy February cross channel day out with her husband Mark, and […]

Your reading for May

Reviews by Susan Keefe

At home in the Pays d’Oc

by Patricia Feinberg Stoner


People change, and Patricia’s husband Patrick, otherwise known as Himself, proves this by holidaying, and then buying a maison secondaire in the Languedoc region of France, after stating emphatically just after they met that he doesn’t like France. This […]

Your reading for March

Stories of Music Volume 2

by Holly E Tripp

The powerful effect of music on us is universally recognized, just a few notes from a certain peace can instantly evoke memories which transport us back to another time, event, or place.

Raised in a musical family, the author, Holly Tripp has fond memories of […]

November’s reading

Dynomike: Back to School

by Frankie B. Rabbit

As soon as you open this wonderful children’s book you fall in love with Dynomike. He is young green dinosaur, and he’s scared, and afraid, because today, he must go to school for the first time…

He doesn’t know what to wear, boots, slacks, cap, nothing feels […]

November’s reading

Fire War by T. T. Michael Disasters, and the people who cause them, are etched in the very core of a nation. The horrific attacks of July 14th, 2051 by Hariq Jihad (‘Fire War’) had such an effect, and because of them the United Continental States of America was formed uniting USA, Canada and Mexico. […]

Your reading for October . . .

Bibi and Babu in Africa by Bonnie Toews and John Christiansen When Bonnie Toews and John Christiansen decided to take their first holiday to Africa together in their 70’s, the experience was not only amazing, but life changing. I read this book with my Grandsons and before they opened it, the first thing they […]

Books for your August reading

Reviews by Susan Keefe

The Starlight Club 6: Double Seven by Joe Corso Genre: Crime Thriller Bob is staying at his daughter Lynn’s house in Darien, Connecticut, as bad weather has prevented his return home. At times like these Lynn likes to take advantage of the opportunity to ask her father for some more […]

Books for your reading list

The Dark Man

by Stephen E. Crockett

A real page turner.

Can where we live affect the person we become? Do such things as dark forces and evil presences exist, and can they remain patiently at a place for a long time, waiting for their next victim?

In the summer of 1972, twelve year […]

Start 2015 off with a good book . . .

10 Stacks To Success: How to Achieve Success One Goal at a Time by Jerome Jay Isip Motivational and Inspiring. Well if you’re wanting to become successful and looking for the way how, then I can’t think of anything better than this book. Jerome “Jay” Isip is the author, and he gives the reader […]

For your August reading . . .

Swallows & Robins – The Guests In My Garden

by Susie Kelly


When the chance to transform two old barns into holiday cottages presents itself, Susie grasps the opportunity, all she has to do is find the right builders for the job and make sure the works completed before the first guests arrive. In […]