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text 2018-04-20 17:55
Cheap Valentino Shoes in a lovely case
The Lovely Bones - Alice Sebold

 

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review 2018-04-18 21:39
Screwdrivered
Screwdrivered - Alice Clayton

Cocktail, Book 3

I Picked Up This Book Because: Continue the series

The Characters:

Viv Franklin:
Clark Barrow:
Hank the Cowboy, Jessica

The Story:

Viv inherits a beautiful beach house from her estranged, deceased aunt. In a life changing decision Viv decides to sell her small business restore the house and live as an artist in Mendocino. Her only roadblock is Clark Barrow, town librarian and town historian giving her hell at every turn of her renovation.

Now I wanted to like Viv and I mostly did but her constant romance novel narrative/constant fantasizing got to be annoying. I’m reasonably sure this was exasperated by the narrator's endless breathy voice and panting. It got old quick. I loved Viv’s passion when it came to arguing with Clark. It annoyed me that it took her so long to see thats where the good stuff was and to stop mooning over Hank. I can’t recall ever hearing why Hank and Clark had the kind of relationship they did. Was it just leftover hard feelings from school? I feel like Clark would be the kind of guy to mature past that by now.

Overall even though it was a great story I think I would have enjoyed it more by reading it instead of listening to it. I loved this town and the people in it. I also loved getting a visit from Caroline and Simon.


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The Score Card:

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3.5 Stars

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url 2018-04-17 16:39
The Rules of Magic
The Rules of Magic: A Novel - Alice Hoffman

Months ago, I made a big fuss about this book and how excited I was that I could get my hands on the ARC...and then promptly went silent because I'm lazy like that. I ended up getting the book and reviewing it for Bust.com. I actually struggled with it; it was a good story, yet I think I wanted or expected it to be something it wasn't. I don't know if Practical Magic can be recaptured in a prequel or a sequel or any other method. This link is ancient by internet standards, but in the interest of trying to be an actual blogger again, I guess this as good a place as any to start.

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text 2018-04-06 20:03
Great resource to use for K-2
Google Apps for Littles: Believe They CAn - Alice Keeler,Christine Pinto

Great practical resources and links to templates for K-2 teachers wanting to go Google.  Not just G Suite templates, but also the good extensions from Alice Keelor.

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review 2018-04-04 18:58
An Unexpected Find
Sometimes I Lie - Alice Feeney

TWISTED ! This is an author to watch her mind works in really twisted sick ways and I liked it. I expected a suspense but it read more like a horror to me on the second half. One of my worst fears written out so well I was nauseous. Oh my gawd what a ride. I just finished minutes ago and am still trying to wrap my head around the whole tornado of truths that finally spilled out. I never saw, never thought, never any idea. Bravo Ms Feeney. This would make a wonderful movie.

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