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BVC authors review books they’ve read

Blurring the Lines Between Mystery and Magic

Originally published January 2010 Mystery writer Christy Evans is launching her own cozy mystery series about a lady plumber.  They are enormous fun.   The first book “Sink Trap” is available at all major bookstores. Reading Science Fiction or fantasy is work – part of my day job as a novelist who deals with dragons¸ magicians, demons,

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The mysteries of nature – “it’s a small world, isn’t it?”

  I was a little late to the party – I found mention of  Peter Wohlleben’s “The Heartbeat of Trees”, published in German in 2019 and in English only last year, and being the treehugger that I am the title sang to me, of course. Just a little poking around revealed that Wohlleben had written

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The Rambling Writer Book Review: The Kimono Tattoo by Rebecca Copeland

Compelling characters, intriguing mysteries, and immersion in Japanese art and culture propel this lovely novel. I’ve been reading several books selected by the International Pulpwood Queens & Timber Guys Book Club, now that my Book View Cafe novel Pause has been chosen as a 2022 title. I just had the pleasure of meeting Rebecca Copeland

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The Rambling Writer Book Review: SPIN ME RIGHT ROUND by David Valdes

A lively YA time-travel romp with an important mission – and attitude. I’ve been reading several books selected by the International Pulpwood Queens & Timber Guys Book Club, now that my Book View Cafe novel Pause has been chosen as a 2022 title. I just “met” David Valdes this week via the weekly Zoom book

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