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Bookish Nostalgia October 2017 I totally stole this idea from Kay at Kay’s Reading Life. Every month she looks back in her reading records to see what she was reading this month in past years. I decided that would be fun even though my reading spreadsheet doesn’t go back as far as Kay’s records do.
Contemporary Fiction, Mystery, Romance, Nonfiction, Thriller, Action & Adventure, Historical Fiction… today’s featured books have a little something for everyone!Like what you see? Got friends who like to read? Use Facebook to SHARE Pixel of Ink and share the joy!
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In honor of Nora Roberts‘s birthday on October 10, we’ve gathered a list of new books that fans are sure to love. Whether you like heartwarming small-town romance or edge-of-your-seat suspense, take a look at our recommendations of books like Nora Roberts, including a few new releases by the beloved author herself! Publishers’ descriptions included.
Craig Martelle is an author who lives in Fairbanks,AK
Greetings from the Sub-Arctic! A beautiful 29 degrees this morning. Most of our recent snowfall has melted, but winter is nigh! Crystal clear skies this morning and a beautiful northern lights show. The serenity of the solar winds bouncing their magic off our home planet’s magnetic field.
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Okay, let’s see a show of hands. Who is worried that Friday the 13th brings bad luck?Who’s superstitious? Not Me Let me step out from under this ladder where I’m petting a black cat and tell you that I’m not superstitious at all. However, I have a fondness for superstitions because my mother was unbelievably superstitious. I think this is because she was an only child born to a middle-aged couple. My grandparents were actually born in 1882, and my mother was the spoiled darling of them and their elderly siblings and friends. I’ve always thought it was weird that I–a child of the volatile Sixties–had grandparents who were born just 17 years after the Civil War ended. My grandfather told me stories from his youth such as seeing Buffalo Bill’s Wild West Show. Many people in that era were superstitious. When I helped my mother write her memoir in 2008, just 2 years before she passed, she wanted to include a chapter on Superstitions. I was amazed that there were so many bad luck omens that ruled peoples’ lives. Excerpt from Memory Lane, My Mom’s Memoir My mom’s memoir contains a long list of superstitions. Here are 13 for Continue Reading →