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Shine Shine Shine by Lydia Netzer

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Need to read this book! Lydia Netzer’s Shine Shine Shine: Seeking Normal in an Out-of-this-World Life

4/29/2014  Beth Hoffman’s bestselling debut, Saving CeeCee Honeycutt, won admirers and acclaim with its heartwarming story and cast of unforgettably quirky characters. Now her flair for evocative settings and richly drawn Southern personalities shines again in her compelling second novel, Looking for Me.  Teddi Overman found her life’s passion in turning other people’s castoffs into beautifully restored antiques. Leaving her hardscrabble Kentucky

Winner of the 2014 Ohioana Book Award for fiction. The latest New York Times bestseller by the beloved author of Saving CeeCee Honeycutt Beth Hoffman’s bestselling debut, Saving CeeCee.

Shine Shine Shine...a story of love, loss, the mind, childhood, space, marriage, birth and the American dream.5 stars

Miss Brittney is reading "Shine Shine Shine." I may be the only one on the team who hasn't read it, yet.

Bestseller books online Blue Like Jazz: Nonreligious Thoughts on Christian Spirituality Donald Miller  http://www.ebooknetworking.net/books_detail-0785263705.html

Blue Like Jazz: Nonreligious Thoughts on Christian Spirituality: Donald Miller READ THIS! I have thought in ways that I have never thought before

Did you read THE GIRL ON THE TRAIN?

11 Novels to Read If You Love 'The Girl on the Train'

Reminded me of the movie, "War of the Roses" except this is a mystery/thriller,  entertaining, psychological twists & turns.  Read 1/13

Reminded me of the movie, "War of the Roses" except this is a mystery/thriller, entertaining, psychological twists & turns.

Intriguing. A young woman's relationship with her grandfather filled with stories fact and fable.

Recommended by Ashley Fox-Smith - The Tiger's Wife is the first novel by Téa Obreht, a Belgrade-born novelist of Bosniak/Slovene origin who currently lives in the United States.

In this deeply thoughtful account of what it’s like to fight on today’s front lines, Fick reveals the crushing pressure on young leaders in combat. Split-second decisions might have national consequences or horrible immediate repercussions, but hesitation isn’t an option. One Bullet Away never shrinks from blunt truths, but ultimately it is an inspiring account of mastering the art of war.

This is my favorite Military genre book. Very well written, and insightful. One Bullet Away: The Making of a Marine Officer by Nathaniel Fick

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