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Book Review: Running on Empty by Sandra Balzo


Posted by Kristina  Summary: The first in a new series by the author of the ‘Maggy Thorsen’ mysteries  – Life on Sutherton’s Main Street has always been inexplicably hazardous. Like the student who bet he could paddle a beer-filled ice chest across the lake. And lost. Not to mention the occasional tourist who wandered into the mountains, … Continue reading

Book Reviews: BAGGAGE by Shelia Bolt Rudesill


5 STARS: “A widow, Holly is coming up on her 40th birthday and is content with life, until an unexpected man comes into her life and turns it upside down. Even with their children making life difficult Holly and Charlie try to make a go of it. I love how Sheila has created characters that … Continue reading

If you could meet any author who would it be?


If you could meet any author who would it be?

What would you ask? What would you tell?

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What are you reading?


Please, tell Bookfinda what you are reading – whether a newspaper, a magazine or just a good old fashioned book:

The greatest gift is the passion for reading.


The greatest gift is the passion for reading.

“The greatest gift is the passion for reading.
It is cheap, it consoles, it distracts, it excites,
it gives you knowledge of the world and experience of a wide kind.
It is a moral illumination.”
― Elizabeth Hardwick

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“Sleep is good, he said, And books are better.” ― George R.R. Martin


Can't sleep? Read!

“Sleep is good, he said, And books are better.”
― George R.R. Martin

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Wait: The Useful Art of Procrastination


By Laura James artsHub We all put things off. We all procrastinate. But as Frank Partnoy says in his book, Wait: The Useful Art of Procrastination, this can serve a positive purpose. In his introduction, Partnoy explains that “much recent research about decisions helps us understand what we should do or how we should do … Continue reading

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