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Review: The Lions of Fifth Avenue, by Fiona Davis

Synopsis It’s 1913, and on the surface, Laura Lyons couldn’t ask for more out of life—her husband is the superintendent of the New York Public Library, allowing their family to live in an apartment within the grand building, and they … Continue reading

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Literary Locations: Chicago (Veiled in Smoke)

While it might not seem an obvious addition to a bucket list, Chicago is one of the many locations on mine. (Along with the likes of ancient Petra, in Jordan!) This Midwest city contains a wealth of history, and several … Continue reading

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Fiction Review: A Distance Too Grand, by Regina Scott

Disclaimer: I received a copy of this book from Revell as part of the Revell Reads blogger program. The only requirement was that I must write a review. The following words and opinions are my own. In 2016, the National … Continue reading

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Review: A Week in the Life of Rome, by James L Papandrea

In this recent new release, James Papandrea gives the reader of what life was like in Roman for both fledgling Christians and Roman citizens. It’s AD50, and the Jews have been banished from the city, but the community awaits one … Continue reading

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Rough Drafts: December at Chautauqua

It’s a beautiful Sunday afternoon, cold but sunny. I worked a holiday vendor show all day yesterday, the dog is being clingy, and we can’t stay inside or I’ll fall asleep. Where can we go? Answer: Chautauqua Institution   I … Continue reading

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