Book and Media Resources

Book and Media Resources

The Pain Of A Broken Heart

behind our lives charlene carr

Have you ever had your heart broken? Most of us have. Most of us know what it feels like to ache in a spot so deep it takes our breath away, to be baffled by the fact that we didn’t know this type of pain was possible. To literally feel like

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A Love Worth Rooting For

a love worth rooting for behind our lives

A Love Worth Rooting For … I’ve always enjoyed a good love story. I read Pride and Prejudice when I was eleven or twelve and for the next decade it was my favourite book. When I watched The Notebook, Noah quickly became my ideal man … not just for the intensity of love

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Book Chat: Not My Daughter by Barbara Delinsky

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Crisp air, brilliant leaves, and a time for reflection

Charlene Carr drinking tea

Crisp air, brilliant leaves, a time for reflection, and of course … tea! I’ve never liked being cold …. scratch that. I hate being cold, and almost always am. Despite my double thick socks, and two to three sweaters, I often find myself chilled even when my husband sits across

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Book Chat: Invisible City by Julia Dahl

Invisible City Book Review

Book Chat: Invisible City by Julia Dahl   Check out Invisible City A fascinating aspect of a culture’s affects on its community members, the bonds of family, and the consequences of abandonment. Author’s Website: juliadahl.com

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Book Chat: 11/22/63 by Stephen King

book review 11/22/63 by stephen king

Book Chat: 11/22/63 by Stephen King Check out 11/22/63 A journey through the obdurate past, complete with conspiracy, heroism, pure love and dancing. Oh, the dancing! This book is one I’ll think about again, already I want to revisit some of the characters and scenarios. An incredible love story, and

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Book Chat: Bird Box by Josh Malerman

bird box by josh malerman

Book Chat: Bird Box by Josh Malerman Check out Bird Box Compelling and captivating, with scenes as disturbing as they are memorable. Author’s Facebook Page: Josh Malerman 

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Book Chat: The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian by Sherman Alexie

Book Chat: The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian by Sherman Alexie Check out The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian This book was something of a revelation. It was authentic, tragic, inspiring, complex, challenging, simple, and ultimately begs contemplation. A gem! Author’s Website: fallsapart.com

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Book Chat: One Plus One by Jojo Moyes

Book Chat: One Plus One by Jojo Moyes Check out One Plus One A roadtrip. Some unlikely mix-ups. A seemingly stereotypical plot, and, on the surface, stereotypical characters, but at its heart it works. It really works. Author’s Website: jojomoyes.com

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Book Chat: The Good Sister by Chelsea Bolan

Book Chat: The Good Sister by Chelsea Bolan Check out The Good Sister Author’s Website: chelseabolan.com Delicately written, while calling into question the hypocrisies and consequences of a patriarchal society. In the first chapter I was overwhelmed with emotion, with the suggested hypocrisy, with uncertainty. As the story went on (despite

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