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Houses ~ Cynthia Rogers Parks

“Sometimes you own houses. Sometimes they own you.” I am 42 and living at the moment in the 8th house of my lifetime. I never actually counted the places I’ve called home until now. It’s something interesting to do, stirring … Continue reading

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Home Front ~ Kristin Hannah

“We don’t receive wisdom; we must discover it for ourselves after a journey that no one can take for us or spare us.” ~ Marcel Proust… An extraordinary and strikingly honest story about the repercussions of wartime upon our soldiers … Continue reading

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The Unlikely Pilgrimage Of Harold Fry ~ Rachel Joyce

Go Harold! Go Harold! Yes, go ahead and join in this touching, soul-searching, miles-and-miles-of-walking journey with Harold Fry in his quest to save the life of his terminally ill dear friend Queenie. Set in the English countryside and full of … Continue reading

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Expecting Adam, A True Story Of Birth, Rebirth, And Everyday Magic ~ Martha Beck

BEAUTIFUL. BEAUTIFUL. ABSOLUTELY BEAUTIFUL. Ignore negative reviews. Discard unfavorable Martha Beck preconceptions you may have adopted in your pre-read research. Open your mind. Refrain from religious judgment. Refrain from judgment, period. Listen to this memoir. Don’t stop halfway. Read it. … Continue reading

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