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review 2017-09-21 00:01
Breakfast, the Best and First Meal of the Day
50 Quick and Easy Recipes For Breakfast - Including Pancake Recipes, Waffle Recipes and Crepes Recipes (Breakfast Ideas - The Breakfast Recipes Cookbook Collection 2) - Pamela Kazmierczak

Recently, I saw a thing about breakfasts around the world, titled, "US Really Does Eat Dessert for Breakfast." When I read the article all the way through, I thought that this is definitely true. I want to try and give my kids better. I know that having something more substantial (and less sugary) is better and helps them get through the day. So anytime I get a chance, I look at the recipe books I have been accumulating and marking recipes that I know that my family would eat (picky eaters) and enjoy. There were quite a few recipes that I have marked for making for my family. It is worth the money asked. 

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review 2017-09-19 12:47
Pumpkins and Fall
50 Delicious Pumpkin Dessert Recipes - Recipes For Pumpkin Muffins, Pumpkin Brownies, Blondies and More! (The Ultimate Pumpkin Desserts Cookbook - The ... Desserts and Pumpkin Recipes Collection 8) - Pamela Kazmierczak

I know that there are many jokes about it being Pumpkin Spice time, but this book is definitely for those who love pumpkin. 

 

I was marking so many recipes to make with my girls. I will be putting pumpkin on my list for things to buy next shopping trip so we can make them. 

 

 

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review 2017-09-15 13:15
Book Review For: The Client Pamela DuMond
The Client: A Playing Dirty Novel - Pamela DuMond,Regina Wamba

'The Client' by Pamela DuMond is the story of Charlotte and Joe.
Charlotte is a match maker who made a great match that got her name out there. While at the wedding party she ran into Joe and it was a wet encounter. Joe had drinks in his hands and she ended up getting her dress ruined. Charlotte did give him her first name but that was it. They ran into each other again a the Gym where Charlotte was given a pass. Joe started working their after he had an accident and when his Grandmother, Marte Delacroix told him to work there. Joe is very close to his 83 year old grandmother and she is actually a very funny busy body. I really enjoyed the grandmother character.
Joe hasn't been in a relationship in a long time other than his quickies at the Library aisle. They are both attracted to each other and this builds into something more.
I really enjoyed their story and will be looking for more books by Ms. DuMond.
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review 2017-09-12 00:56
The Ending was Better Than the Start
The Mystery of The Crochet Chess Set (Crochet Mysteries Series Book 1) - Pamela Murrey

Megan is an older sister to Anne and aunt to Ian. She is getting ready to retire and her last days are happening, just as her nephew gets hit by a hit and run driver. There is a prior crime that is starting the book and it leads up to what happens to later in the book. Jasper is a valet at the hospital and he and a buddy rob a jewelry store. He hides his loot and then it is several years later and we meet Megan and her family. She sits by the bedside of her nephew working on a crochet chess set for him (this was why I was interested because I was hoping that there was a pattern) and Jasper is out of jail and working at the hospital again. He steals the chess pieces that are finished and plans to use them to get them out of the area. While this is happening the grandson of the fence is following Jasper in hopes he can find the stash, he is also to blame for the hit and run, he also plans to kill the nephew of Megan because he was able to id him (or so he thinks). 

 

Megan and Anne go through many things while waiting for Ian to recuperate and be released. 

 

My main issue with the story was how fragmented it was and then all the errors, spelling, grammar, paragraphs, etc. It made the story hard to follow and difficult to understand in many places. I plodded along because I was still hoping for a pattern. The ending did come together well and was better than the start. There is also a pattern to make your own garden chess set, but my first read through was not a happy event. She tries to explain how she wants you to create the pieces and the pictures of the pieces were not what I was imagining. I may go to Ravelry and see if I can find some things to make to use as chess pieces. I can easily make a board for the girls to play on, but I just want to make the pieces, too. 

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text 2017-09-10 16:48
Reading progress update: All the Errors!
The Mystery of The Crochet Chess Set (Crochet Mysteries Series Book 1) - Pamela Murrey

While the story is somewhat okay, the errors really detract from the story. There are times where I have to stop and really think about what the author was trying to say. I am powering through this story just to say I finished it and to see if it actually contains a pattern to create a chess set. My girls love to play chess and I would love to make each one a set of her own. Mostly so they can challenge more people. 

 

If it doesn't I will figure something out, but that was the whole reason for choosing to take this book as it didn't sound like something I would enjoy. 

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