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review 2019-02-17 11:20
Collins Spurrell Welsh Dictionary
Collins Spurrell Welsh Dictionary - Will... Collins Spurrell Welsh Dictionary - William Spurrell

This is where I learned such things as that there are no "k"s in written Welsh because there wouldn't have been enough of them in a typical set of "moveable type" used for English and what dipthongs and tripthongs are.

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text 2019-02-04 21:16
Isherwood: by Missy Welsh 99 cents!
Isherwood - Missy Welsh

Cas Maine seeks refuge in the small town of Isherwood after walking all night. He’s tired, hungry, and desperate for the acceptance and safety he had in his birth pack…before they discovered he was gay. But crossing into town forces him to shift into his wolf form and he’s unable to shift back. Which is when he finds his true mate, a human named Finn Webb.

Finn thinks he’s just adopted a stray dog and feels like his life might be taking a turn for the better. Business is lousy in a town that’s drying up, but it’s home and he’s determined to stick things out for the sake of his employees. Finn has no idea that his “dog” is a man who’s going to change his life forever.

With disappearances, creepy vets, and wolves who talk, Finn and Cas have to learn how to live together while solving the trouble that’s been plaguing Isherwood for two years.

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review 2018-11-08 03:48
A married couple take an emotional journey.
Before We Say Goodbye - JN Welsh

Wow, this one kept me on a roller coaster of emotions. Olive and Nigel have been married for 15 years, and life has happened to them. Both of them have lost sight of why they got married and lost their way. As they journeyed into their past, I cried and laughed along with them. The author did a wonderful job getting across the feelings of two people trying to find their way back to happiness. I recommend this story.

I received a copy of the story through Candid Book Reviews, and this is my unsolicited review.

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text 2018-10-06 23:13
Reading progress update: I've read 195 out of 294 pages.
The Cutting Room - Louise Welsh

almost perfect and tough to put down. well, that’s how I feel about it, anyway. but, again...not for everybody. some sexually explicit scenes and hard-to-take subject matter. but for the type of Crime novel it is, it’s a bullseye.

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text 2018-10-06 18:42
Reading progress update: I've read 82 out of 294 pages.
The Cutting Room - Louise Welsh

definitely too harsh and disturbing in its premise to be suitable for every Crime novel enthusiast, but I love it. has turned out to be an unexpectedly appropriate follow-up to Stephen King’s short story ‘Dedication’ - an unintended ‘weird sex-crimes double-bill’, as it were (well, okay, maybe there was no actual crime in ‘Dedication’, but still, going from that, to this novel, is...strange). (Update: actually, there was a crime in ‘Dedication’, done to Martha, in her past.)

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