#SRC2016 Book Spotlight: So Close by Emma McLaughlin & Nicola Kraus

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#SRC2016 July read is So Close by Emma McLaughlin and Nicola Krauss. The dynamic duo brought us Nanny Diaries a few years ago- a book that I LOVED. I’ve actually not read any of the other they have partnered to write, but So Close sounds appealing. Continue reading

Literary Friday, ya’ll…….

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Hey lovelies! 🙂 🙂 🙂 How was your week? Get any good reading done? 🙂 Tell me all about it in the comments 😉

 

1. Deep South Magazine and their #literaryfriday: Emily Giffin, literary towns, and much more!

 

2. The Suspense is Thrilling Me has her Top 10 Anticipated Novels list out for you to read 🙂 It’s got some good sounding ones! Continue reading

#SRC2016: June Selections

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Booksparks is becoming my go-to word to associate with summer reading 🙂 They select a variety of books (some big name easy to recognize and some that fly under the radar a bit) but the best thing about Booksparks is they get you EXCITED about reading. Their team is so social-licious, so you know when you post something- a RT or a like is headed your way. Even better: The folks that sign up for summer reading- well she share like crazy, get all inspired with our picture taking, and the community feeling- well, it’s just the best!

 

In case you missed May’s #SRC2016 readings- here are my posts: The Assistants, Don’t You Cry, The House of Bradbury, Appetite, and First Comes Love!

Grab the sunscreen because #SRC2016 is going to make June HOT 🙂 Continue reading

Literary Friday, ya’ll….

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Miss A is coming to the house this weekend- we have Gazillion bubbles, chalk and lots of sunscreen for our weekend together. I’m going to the grocery store tonight to get ice cream cones and Goldfish crackers for our snack after pool time 🙂

So, my weekend is booked- but hopefully, I’ll have a little time to spend with All The Missing Girls by Megan Miranda (It’s a Katie at Doing Dewey’s June #FuturisticFriday selection and I’m pretty intrigued. It’s like a puzzle and I have a few pieces- but waiting on a few more to show up!) Nap time for Miss A will be reading time for T 🙂

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{Book Spotlight} First Comes Love by Emily Giffin #SRC2016

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From the first time I was introduced to Rachel and Darcy, I make a point to re-read them every so often (to me, Emily has her finger on the pulse of the female friendships in those books). Out of all the books by Emily I’ve read, my faves are Rachel and Darcy books- but that might be about to change because First Comes Love has that “something” that I’ve been craving lately (at least in the early pages 🙂 Continue reading