Today, I woke up to the sun streaming in my windows. The soft glow interrupted my dreaming state at the precise moment when the Prince was about to kiss me. How terribly disappointed I was not to touch his lips with mine... CLICK TO READ MORE!
Dean Koontz’s One Door Away From Heaven
As the boy who became Curtis Hammond escapes the terror that ripped apart his mother, Michelina Bellsong is introduced to nine year-old Leilani Klonk and her disability, quick wit, and a spirit desperate to live. Micky soon learns of the horror Leilani speaks of as an inevitable fate if someone does not intervene. However, Micky’s… Continue reading Dean Koontz’s One Door Away From Heaven
Little Golden Book’s The Jolly Barnyard
It’s the farmer’s birthday! He is celebrating it with a cheerful mood and by feeding his livestock. The barnyard animals show their appreciation by giving him milk, wool, and anything else the farmer needs. The Jolly Barnyard was not one of my favorite books. It felt disconnected with no real purpose. I was expecting the… Continue reading Little Golden Book’s The Jolly Barnyard
Lost Dogs and Lonely Hearts
This book begins with Rachel, a Londoner who has lost her job, her boyfriend and her aunt, inheriting a home in Longhampton with rescue kennels and acres of land. Not only did Rachel inherit everything her aunt owned, but this non-dog person also inherits Gem; Aunt Dot’s beloved dog. As Rachel struggles to sort through… Continue reading Lost Dogs and Lonely Hearts
What Are You Looking Forward To This Year?
I have decided to participate in the blogging Challenge for 2011. The challenge is to write a post daily or weekly for this year and I have opted for the weekly blog. As I stare at this question, wondering my own answer, I am interrupted by the hiss and growls of my cats at play...
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