Bibliophile | Book Challenge 2017

I hope you all had a wonderful New Year!  With this new year, comes a new reading challenge.  I did my first book club challenge last year, and I loved it so much. So, when my little book club’s coordinator, Amanda, suggested we do it again I was completely thrilled.  She gets the challenge from Bethany House and […]

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Bibliophile #5

Back in January I joined a little group of readers, and we chose twelve different books that we personally wanted to read this year.  There were different categories, and you had to choose a book accordingly.  I was always hesitant on being in a book club, mainly because I am kind of a picky reader.  If […]

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Bibliophile; Banned Books Week

Today is the stat of a week long celebration, and awareness, of banned books.  Book censorship is something that we still are dealing with in the 21st Century. Since 1982, Banned Books Week is an online and in person community that celebrates by hosting different reading events across the US.  According to the Banned Books Week website, […]

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Bibliophile

I have always loved the outrageous opulence of the literary geniuses, known as the Lost Generation, during Paris’s Golden Age of the 1920’s.  Paula McLain brings to life the poetic romance of Ernest Hemingway and his first wife, Hadley Richardson, in The Paris Wife.McLain takes you deep inside the loving, passionate, and turbulent relationship from the point of […]

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My latest read was the second book in the Miss Peregrine’s Peculiar Children series, by Ransom Riggs.  This was a captivating addition to the series, and it left me wanting more.  This book takes these magical & peculiar children on a hunt across war torn England, to save their headmistress Miss Peregrine.  Along the way they […]

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