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The Magical Land of Books

I love reading since I was very little. I love most genres, from romance to non-fiction, fiction, poetry, romance, historical, children's book, cookbook, craft books, creative books, self-help, psychology, sociology. I am eclectic because I love to learn everyday something new.

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Mornings on Horseback
David McCullough
She's Come Undone
Wally Lamb
The Grass Widow
Teri Holbrook
Today
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David McCullough
Wally Lamb
Teri Holbrook
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text: A Girl Walks Into a Book What the Brontës Taught Me about Life, Love, and Women's Work by Miranda Pennington
It is beautiful everytime.When you fall into a book that speak of past and literature with the ability of bringing us somewhe...
reviewed: Russian Émigré Short Stories from Bunin to Yanovsky by Bryan Karetnyk
Russian Émigré Short Stories from Bunin to Yanovsky by Bryan Karetnyk is a superlative book. Many writers after 1917 left Ru...
reviewed: Your 3 Best Super Powers Meditation, Imagination & Intuition by Sonia Choquette
Meditation, Imagination and Intuition the three best super Powers of this world according to Sonia Choquette in her book: You...
reviewed: Becoming Bonnie The crash of the century: when Bonnie met Clyde written by Jenni L.Walsh
Contacted weeks ago by Tor&Forge Books, they asked me if I was interested to read Becoming Bonnie The crash of the century: ...
text: Seven Brides for Seven Mail-Order Husbands Romance Collection A Newspaper Ad for Husbands Brings a Wave of Men to a Small Kansas Town by Susan Page Davis, Susanne Dietze, Darlene Franklin, Patty Smith Hall, Cynthia Hickey, Carrie Fancett Pagels, Gina Welb
Seven Brides for Seven Mail-Order Husbands Romance Collection A Newspaper Ad for Husbands Brings a Wave of Men to a Small Kan...
reviewed: Liturgy of the Ordinary Sacred Practices in Everyday Life by Tish Harrison Warren
Liturgy of the Ordinary Sacred Practices in Everyday Life by Tish Harrison Warren is a book that you can buy online or in sto...
reviewed: The Well by Marie Sexton
Obscurity, water, confusion, profundity, perdition. A well is this one. When I picked up this book I did it because there wer...
reviewed: Gracious A practical primer on charm, tact, and unsinkable strength by Kelly William Brown
Do you want to live a happy, relaxing, satisfying, honorable internet life, avoiding all the stress that trolls can bring to ...
reviewed: Seeing the Getty Center Buildings & Gardens
Seeing the Getty Center Buildings & Gardens are two little booklets published by Getty Publishing House as souvenir books...
reviewed: Enjoy Your Journey Find the treasure hidden in every day by Joyce Meyer
Enjoy your journey Find the treasure hidden in every day is the latest book by Joyce Meyer. It will be published by Faithword...
reviewed: Happiness and Other Small Things of Absolute Importance by Haim Shapira
What is happiness?Big thinkers of the past tried, very clearly and powerfully to described it, giving an illuminating vision ...
reviewed: The Tech-Wise Family Everyday steps for putting technology in its proper place by Andy Crouch
How much the net has changed our lives? A lot and in a very short time Twenty, twenty-four years of revolution and a past of ...
reviewed: White Fur by Jardine Libaire
White Fur by Jardine Libaire is out today. There is to say that, as for the rest of the books of the group Penguin Random Hou...
reviewed: The Very Loving Caterpillar by by Sean Browne Illustrated by Doan Trang
The very loving Caterpillar is such a tender, wonderful, cute, sweet and melancholic story according to my point of view of a...
reviewed: Eternity's Sunrise The imaginative World of William Blake by Leo Damrosch
Divine.With this word I can describe Leo Damrosch's book: Eternity's Sunrise The imaginative World of William Blake by Yale U...