Category: Lines on a Page: Authors and Books

Lines About “The Guardian’s Promise” by Christina Rich

This review might need a bit of a disclaimer.  You see, the author just happens to be my husband’s cousin.  Before she was Christina Rich, she was Christina Garrison.  But she and her husband, Cody, were married several years before we were, so we never actually had the same last name at the same time.  […]

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Summer Line-Up (And Through TODAY a Free E-Book “Surviving Summer Vacation” by Kathi Lipp)

Our school year is winding down.  Since the temperature is going up, this is maybe a good thing.  Motivation levels are definitely going down.  This might also be because our lives are still in limbo as our house is still on the market.  We have had too much going on around here for awhile. I […]

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Grateful Lines: The Distance Connection through Books

I have grand intentions to read books that are considered classics.  But since reading is one of my primary ways to relax, somehow reading a book that really makes me concentrate does not sound very appealing.  When I read about the idea of long distance book clubs in Lisa Wingate’s, Firefly Island, I knew that […]

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Loquacious Line

I still remember one distinct conversation with my sister in the kitchen when we were younger.  I think I was a young teenager but still was old enough to know better.  I was trying to convince her of something to her and probably was not letting the topic go (I tend to do that sometimes).  […]

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Lines on a page and lines on a staff

I think I have always been a lover of books.  When I worked at a restaurant in high school, I would laugh when I saw younger girls reading their chapter books at the table – that was definitely me.  Still is, although I try not to read when my family is around.  At least not […]

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