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Lots of opportunities to learn the importance of telling the truth in Al Capone Throws me a Curve

Too much baseball, not enough truth telling in this middle grade book set on Alcatraz.

Death, love and doing the right thing lessons in The Boy, The Bird and the Coffin Maker

Death, love and doing the right thing - great lessons in this magical middle grade book.

Klawde Evil Alien Warlord offers laugh-out-loud moments and a whole lot of catisms

Klawde Evil Alien Warlord Cat offers some laugh-out-loud moments.

Action, adventure and adorable creatures in Frank Cammuso’s Edison Beaker graphic novel

Action, adventure and Underwear in this Viking graphic novel.

Reviewing Spring by Norway’s Karl Ove Knausgaard

Spring was an interesting and unique read.

The French Girl, a psychological thriller, kept me reading and guessing right to the end

I have two book blogs. This one, Book Time, where I read just about anything, and a book review blog at, where I review books that inspire me to travel to various destinations. You would think books that inspire... Continue Reading →

Interactive romance novel offers an adult twist to Choose Your Own Adventure books

Think Choose Your Own Adventure in an adult romance book and you get My Lady's Choosing.

Reviewing blogger and YouTuber Tanya Burr’s latest cookbook Tanya Bakes

If I had all the ingredients I needed on hand right now, I would make Tanya Burr's Victoria Spongecake or the Brownie Cake. Wait, maybe I would make the Raspberry & Lemon Friands, a small almond cake, instead or the... Continue Reading →

Loving Little Blue Chair by Cary Fagan and Tundra Books

I have a thing for the colour blue so just the title of the Little Blue Chair by Cary Fagan ($22.99, Tundra Books) made me want to read the book. And beyond the colour – and beauty – of the... Continue Reading →

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