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   I am reading "Floaties: A Rude Awakening" by Mike Haszto.  It is a sci-fi suspense thriller about the Earth taking back it's planet from the human race.  A bit edgy with language as he sets up and develops his characters, the story settles into excitement with each page and new chapter.  An easy read, it's tough to put down!  His 13th novel.  A++

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Virgil Wander by Leif Enger is excellent. It is a quiet story with engaging characters. The story reminds me somewhat of Garrison Keillor's stories from Lake Woebegone. This Tender Land by William Kent Krueger tells the story of four orphans to travel down the MS River escaping from an abusive orphanage run by the unscrupulous and mean "Black Witch." It is a story of the power of people to overcome tragedy and hardship.

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My NAME iS EVA.  by Suzanne Goldring. Such a delightful read. Mrs. E.T. Clarke is in a nursing home and has everyone believing she has dementia. In truth, she is 100% sane and hiding secrets from her past life when she worked in worn torn Germany at the Forbidden Village. It is comical when she is responding in her dementia "mode" and at the same time she is also thinking out loud her next move in order to outwit them. 

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Countdown 1945: The Extraordinary Story of the Atomic Bomb & the 116 days that changed the World. Chris Wallace 

So very gripping as the author takes you as an observer along as the historic players of this decision and outcome of WWII. Very readable and engaging. If you wish to read a page turning historic book this fall, consider this book.

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Nora Roberts "Shelter in Place". Had been waiting for the mass market paperback format!

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The Person You Mean to Be by Dolly Chugh 

 

How to battle biases (in ourselves), include and advocate for others.  Ideas on how to confront difficult issues help us to stand up for our values.   I found this book as a recommendation from a book group. Just starting it.  Looking for practical applications and strategies to participate when connecting is strained or tense.

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Hi everyone, Great story that a lot of people don't know about

Dark Tide: The Great Boston Molasses Flood of 1919 .

 

 

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Hi, I just finished reading Sacred Privilege Your Life And Ministry As A Pastor's Wife by Kay Warren.  If you are a pastors wife you know how hard it can Kay helps you get through the hard times with humor and prayer. If you are new to being a pastors wife , I think you will enjoy this book even if you have been a pastors wife for some time this is a enjoyable book.

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God’s plan for Israel and the Earth.  Available at Amazon. Very timely. 

 

 

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I read that during the winter and really loved it.
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