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Just My Personal Opinion, Of Course...: Stateline by Dave Stanton -- Hardboiled Crime Fiction at Its Finest!

Fact, Fiction & Folklore in Harry Potter's World

"The only way out of the labyrinth of suffering is to forgive." -John Green, Looking for Alaska/Great book. WARNING: I was crying on the beach reading this book.

STATELINE - Kindle edition by Dave Stanton. Mystery, Thriller & Suspense Kindle eBooks @ Amazon.com.

Beato de Liébana. Beato de Liébana , Santo — Manuscrito — 1047

Mr. Dog's Christmas at the Hollow Tree Inn. A remake of an old classic by Albert Bigelow Paine. Illustrations by Adam McCauley

Mr. Dog's Christmas at the Hollow Tree Inn www.mrdogschristm...

Rare look at the secret works of Dr. Seuss

Happy Birthday to our friends at Penguin Books! The world would be an entirely different place without you. We are so glad Sir Allen Lane started Penguin on this day in 1935.

Book Quote by Louisa May Alcott Cuff Book Jewelry by accessoreads, $38.00

2014 Must Read Books

Read more and forget war / via Book Patrol & Flynn Carsen ebks.to/1zpvrV3

What happens when a love spell goes terribly awry? Review:

Cool Bookish Places: Storybook Forest -- BY KATE SCOTT -- Storybook Forest is a featured attraction at Idlewild Park in the Laurel Highlands near Ligonier, Pennsylvania. It features thirty-three scenes and landmarks from an array of children’s fairytales and fables, including The Little Engine That Could, Jack and Jill, Humpty Dumpty, Aladdin, The Three Little Pigs, and Alice in Wonderland.

How to Write a Short Story: Advice from Kurt Vonnegut