Monthly Archives May 2016

Country by Danielle Steel

  Good morning, Our May gray has started here along the coast of So. California, and it sure makes for cozy reading in the mornings.  It is my hope that you all are finding some time to curl up with a good book and maybe a cup of tea or coffee.  Before long summer will be upon us and then it is time for iced tea and iced coffee. I know I have mentioned to you how much I love a Danielle Steel book and I have several on my Kindle just itching to be read.  Country is not her
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Safari; A Memoir of a Worldwide Travel Pioneer

  Safari; A Memoir of a Worldwide Travel Pioneer by Geoffrey Kent is a well written book by the brilliant businessman who with his parents created and built the luxury travel tour company Abercrombie and Kent. I don’t typically review travel books on the blog, but this one I really want to share with you.  If you are a an armchair traveler, you will enjoy the stories.  If you are looking for an adventure and inspiration to get out to somewhere new this book will do that for you.
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A Man Called Ove by Fredrik Backman

Happy May everyone!  I hope you are enjoying some beautiful spring weather; maybe even a little time to sit outside and read in the sunshine. I know I have asked you all this before, but do you have a favorite book that after you finished it, the story and characters hung out with you for awhile? A Man Called Ove by Fredrik Backman is one of those books for me.  Ove wiggled his way into my heart, and is still sitting there.
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