Laurel-Rain Snow

Laurel-Rain Snow

Fresno, CA  ·  After I retired from a social work career, I found that life was a lot more I am a writer, an obsessive blogger, and a fan of collecting things.
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An Ode to Mismatched Mugs — Mugshots

I love opening the cupboard doors and seeing a bright assortment of wacky cups. And I love drinking piping-hot coffee from a mug that reminds me of something from my past.

Favorite December 2016 read:  Review -

The Sleepwalker: A Novel by Chris Bohjalian.From the New York Times bestselling author of The Guest Room comes a spine-tingling novel of lies, loss, and buried desire—the mesmerizing story of a wife and mother who vanishes from her bed late one night.

Favorite Nonfiction in November 2016: Review -

Booko: Comparing prices for Hillbilly Elegy: A Memoir of a Family and Culture in Crisis

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A Favorite for November 2016: Review -

The Murder Game by Julie Apple aka Catherine McKenzie Read Fractured by Catherine McKenzie as well.

Favorite Book of October 2016 - Review:

The 25 Books You're Going to Want to Curl Up With This Fall Fractured by Catherine McKensie, Out Oct.

Favorite August Read:  Review -

Leave Me by Gayle Forman. International bestselling author Gayle Forman's trademark humor and insight abound in this masterful adult debut, showing us that sometimes you have to leave home in order to find it again.

Favorite book of July 2016 - Review -

Flight Patterns - The New York Times Bestselling Author Of The Sound Of Glass And Coauthor Of The Forgotten Room Tells The Story Of A Woman Coming.

A Favorite June 2016 Read - Review -

New York Times bestselling author Joanne DeMaio invites you to spend the summer by the sea, in a quaint New England beach town where f.

A Favorite in June 2016: review -

All the Missing Girls Like the spellbinding psychological suspense in The Girl on the Train and Luckiest Girl Alive, Megan Miranda’s novel is a nail-biting, breathtaking story about the disappearances of two young women—a decade apart—told in reverse.

Review:  A Favorite April Read

The Nest, Cynthia D'Aprix Sweeney, Medina March Brunswick Jan. 2017 A warm, funny and acutely perceptive debut novel about four adult siblings and the fate of the shared inheritance that has shaped their choices and their lives.