Monthly Archive:: May 2011

The Murderer’s Daughters

“I wasn’t surprised when Mama asked me to save her life. By my first week in kindergarten, I knew she was no macaroni-necklace-wearing kind of mother. Essentially, Mama regarded me as a miniature hand servant: Grab me a Pepsi, Lulu. Get the milk for your sister’s cereal. Go to the store and ...Read More

Book Sale

We’ve been having a very nice weekend and enjoyed a film and did a bit of shopping at Half Price Books. I did have one moment of panic when I went to get my car inspection done and was told the wait would be 40 minutes. I was almost done with the ...Read More

Some New ARCs

These were all unexpected but I’m quite excited to have received them as some of them are from authors I’ve had on my radar. Whispers In the Sand by Barbara Erskine. Never read one of her historical novels and this particular book takes the reader through 19th century Egypt. The Butterfly’s Daughter ...Read More