• Top 5 Wednesday
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    Top 5 Wednesday: Second Book is Best

      Here it is yet another week and I’m here with my Top 5 Wednesday post. Top 5 Wednesday is a weekly meme/challenge for book bloggers – visit the original Goodreads group here! This week we’re talking about the series, in which the second book is the best and let me see what books comes in my mind! 5. Jill Hathaway – Impostor I loved the first book, but the second topped it for sure. Vee can “slide” in other minds, but in this one one more “slider” appears and the things go more and more complicated. There’s also better romance here and better explanations. Definitely my favorite. 4. Cvetelina Vladimirova…

  • The Book Courtship Book Tag
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    The Book Courtship Book Tag

    Okay, this is the first post in here, in which there isn’t an exact book or an author that I write about. But yesterday was the first time that somebody tagged the blog and I thought why not doing it, so here I am. It’s “The Book Courtship Book Tag” and I was tagged by Travelling In My Bookcase Blog. The Book Courtship Tag which was originally created by LovelyLikeLaura. Phase 1 – Initial Attraction: A book that you bought because of the cover? This is definitely “Fallen Too Far” by Abbi Glines. I just fell in love when I saw the cover. And since I know that Abbi Glines…

  • Authors

    Author on Focus: Deborah Harkness

    Deborah about herself: I grew up in the suburbs of Philadelphia and have lived in western Massachusetts, the Chicago area, Northern California, upstate New York, and Southern California. In other words, I’ve lived in three out of five time zones in the US! I’ve also lived in the United Kingdom in the cities of Oxford and London. For the past twenty-eight years I’ve been a student and scholar of history, and received degrees from Mount Holyoke College, Northwestern University, and the University of California at Davis. During that time I researched the history of magic and science in Europe, especially during the period from 1500 to 1700. The libraries I’ve…