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The Secret Spice Café: Spells and Oregano By Patricia V Davis

The second book in the series of The Secret Spice Café, Spells and Oregano by Patricia V. Davis, is just as well written and intriguing as the first in the series. The sequel takes places several years after the first book ends and there are some changes at the café. Cynthia and Jane have retired… Continue reading The Secret Spice Café: Spells and Oregano By Patricia V Davis

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The Secret Spice Café: Cooking For Ghosts By Patricia V Davis

The beginning of a series, The Secret Spice Café, Cooking for Ghosts by Patricia V. Davis, is a both a comedy and mystery that meets the paranormal world. The setting of this series is the Queen Mary, a notoriously haunted boat where four women, who have never met before that day aside from the two… Continue reading The Secret Spice Café: Cooking For Ghosts By Patricia V Davis

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Driving In Reverse Lindsay Wincherauk

Full of sarcastic whit and tagged with the unbelievable storyline that the author buried his parents only to find they came back to life sixteen years later, Driving In Reverse by Lindsay Wincherauk is a self described metaphysical memoir.  The book takes a look at Wincherauk’s unique life starting in his childhood and going through… Continue reading Driving In Reverse Lindsay Wincherauk

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Return of the Dittos and Other Stories By Dale Andrew White

Full of sarcastic wit and humor, the twenty short stories in Return of the Dittos and Other Stories by Dale Andrew White turned out to be a fun and intriguing read.  The first story of the bunch originally made me apprehensive about what I had started to read but turned out to just simply be… Continue reading Return of the Dittos and Other Stories By Dale Andrew White

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First Friday: How Virginity Almost Killed Me By Tory Hartmann

If you are looking for a dysfunctional, hilarious, aggravating family to read about that will make you almost feel thankful for yours, you simply must read First Friday: How Virginity Almost Killed Me by Tory Hartmann.  I have to be honest, my grandmother talked me into reading this because she though the title was hilarious… Continue reading First Friday: How Virginity Almost Killed Me By Tory Hartmann