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Cooking from Scratch: 120 Recipes for Colorful, Seasonal Food from PCC Community Markets : a Sasquatch Books book review

This post may contain affiliate links Cooking from Scratch: 120 Recipes for Colorful, Seasonal Food from PCC Community Markets is a new cookbook that encourages us to eat local food prepared in healthy delicious ways. They showcase ways to enjoy fresh foods during the peak of their season. PPC Community Markets has been promoting sustainable food…

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The Forbidden Door: a Random House Publishing Group – Ballantine Bantam book review

This post may contain affiliate links The Forbidden Door is book 4 of the Jane Hawk Series by Dean Koontz. I love a great story that contains a strong, believable and memorable main character. Up until this series, Odd Thomas was my favorite character to date. However, I have to agree with an Associated Press…

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Burning Ridge: a Crooked Lane Books book review

This post contains affiliate links Burning Ridge by Margaret Mizushima is the 4th book in the Timber Creek K-9 Mystery series. I will admit I was late coming into the amazing series. I started with this book because there was a note that it would be “just the treat for fans of Alex Kava”. I’ve been…

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The Taco Tuesday Cookbook: a Quarto Publishing Group – Fair Winds Press book review

This post contains affiliate links Taco Tuesday Cookbook The Taco Tuesday Cookbook by Laura Fuentes is a really fun cookbook to add to your library. I love making tacos and quesadillas but I’ll admit I have exactly 1 way to make each of those, so my taco tuesday meals have been in a bit of a…

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The Woman’s Herbal Apothecary: a Quarto Publishing Group – Fair Winds Press book review

This post contains affiliate links This book, The Woman’s Herbal Apothecary by JJ Pursell, is going to be part of your reference library for many, many years to come. At first I was interested in this book because of the tagline, “200 Natural Remedies for Healing, Hormone Balance, Beauty and Longevity, and Creating Calm”. Trust me, this…

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The Autoimmune Protocol Made Simple Cookbook: a Quarto Publishing Group – Fair Winds Press book review

This post contains affiliate links Today I am excited to review a new book, The Autoimmune Protocol Made Simple Cookbook written by Sophie Van Tiggelen. It’s tagline on the cover states “Start Healing Your Body and Reversing Chronic Illness Today with 100 Delicious Recipes” and this is what really caught my eye. I am very interested in learning what a person…

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A Merciful Silence: a Montlake Romance book review

This post contains affiliate links Book four of the Mercy Kilpatrick series,  A Merciful Silence,  is out and you will want to put this on your summer reading list! This Wall Street Journal bestselling series from author Kendra Elliot just gets better and better. The combination of memorable characters, the clues to the crimes that keep you…

More Than Meets The Eye

More Than Meets The Eye: a Bethany House book review

  More Than Meets The Eye by Karen Witemeyer introduces book number 1 in A Patchwork Family series published by Bethany House.  This story starts by introducing us to four-year-old Evangeline Pearson traveling through Texas in the year 1879.  Evangeline is an orphan and she is headed to the last stop on the orphan train…

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Lone Witness: a Bethany House book review

Lone Witness by Rachel Dylan, is book 2 in the Atlanta Justice series from Bethany House. This legal thriller is full of multiple plot lines to keep the reader engaged and guessing about which danger is going to be faced next. Sophie Dawson has been promoted to a senior assistant district attorney in the White Collar…

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Plant-Powered Beauty: Book Review

If you are looking to improve your beauty treatments, and want to know exactly what is going onto your skin and body, this is a great reference book to add to your library. Plant-Powered Beauty is written by Amy Galper and Christina Daigneault and this will be the type of resource that can help you grow into…