Monthly Archives: March 2017

Book bloggers, blog rolls, etc.

On sunny days I like to do my housekeeping.  The real kind – shaking mats, washing windows, hanging out clothes, etc.  On foggy, overcast days like today I thought I’d do a little BLOG housekeeping. Since I recently added this graphic to … Continue reading

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“At the heart of the missing” by Annie Daylon

Set in the beautiful city of Vancouver,  “At the heart of the missing” introduces the reader to some very interesting characters. Life has not treated them fairly, but then, is life ever fair? “What good are memories if there is … Continue reading

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Series I started that I would LOVE to finish (part 4) – Erin Hart

You know how it is.  Years ago you read a book you REALLY liked, then the sequel, which you also really liked.  Then… years pass and you realize that this author has written another two novels, all featuring the same characters, all … Continue reading

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Hello March! (Fictionophile updates & book haul)

Fictionophile’s readership continues to grow! During the month of February an additional 112 people have begun following this blog!  That makes a total of 1,312 followers altogether!   I am continually amazed.  Thanks everyone! I am taking part in two TLC Book Tours in March Laura … Continue reading

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