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Guests / August 15, 2010

Fresh Pick is MONTANA DESTINY by R.C. Ryan last day for our cowboy week. what did you like? # @Rogercparker try apparently isn't loved by Facebook or search by presenter Reyes and you should find in reply to Rogercparker # @Tawania_E ah, thanks for the #ff I'm just running late. Friday was so BUSY! sigh in reply to Tawania_E # @ClaireCookbooks @vic_michaels #FF sent your way TOO! Love you all! # good luck to @ReelVixen on her #BLADE night shoot! We'll miss you at @dfwtea today! So, we'll tell all your #RWA10 stories from our pov # Cleo Coyle has "Latte Cup Giveaway and My Recipe for Blueberry Firehall Pancakes! " cool stuff! # We need your vote! SXSW panel Book Blogs, Better Than NYT Books Reviews pls vote by 8/27 & RT # High Tea with @DFWTea group so much fun ahead with @sandishilhanek @Sandishilhanek — at Sophia's Tea Garden # had a great time at tea, now have NEW list of authors & books to get. New friends, great books, what a way to spend a Saturday! # @MonicaBurns yup, once a month on 2nd Saturday. We talked about you today, were…

Fresh Pick | ON FOLLY BEACH by Karen White
Fresh Pick / August 15, 2010

May 2010 On Sale: May 4, 2010 368 pages ISBN: 0451229215 EAN: 9780451229212 Paperback $15.00 Add to Wish List Women’s Fiction Buy at On Folly Beach by Karen White The latest Southern novel from the acclaimed bestselling and award- winning author of The Memory of Water. To most people, Folly Beach, South Carolina, is simply the last barrier island before the Atlantic. To some, it’s a sanctuary, which is why Janie Hamilton’s mother encourages her to buy the local book store, Folly’s Finds, hoping it will distract Janie from the loss of her husband in Afghanistan. Janie is at first resistant, but intrigued after finding love letters and an image of a beautiful bottle tree in a box of used books from Folly’s Finds, and decides to take the plunge. The store’s seller insists on one condition: Janie must allow Lulu, the late owner’s elderly sister, to continue selling her bottle trees from its back yard. Historically, bottle trees were brought by African slaves to the American South, and Janie had grown up with one in her backyard, and it has always been a symbol of refuge to her. Janie generally ignores Lulu as she sifts through the love…

Sandi Shilhanek | Catching up on my reading
Sundays with Sandi / August 15, 2010

All over the net I’m sure you’ve been reading what a great time was had by all at RWA. As I said last week I had a great time too, but unfortunately one souvenir I wasn’t planning on bringing home came with me. An illness that has taken me forever (at least in my mind) to get over! The good part of being sick…my doctor put me off work for this past week so I got to nap when I wanted and attempt to catch up on my reading. I also found out just how protective of the house my dogs, Oreo and Travis really are! I’ve included a picture of Travis protecting the house (well, maybe in his dreams). I read an entire book on my Iphone even though I dedicated ebook readers. It was so easy to grab my phone and move from room to room, and be able to do more than just read! I read Savor the Moment by Nora Roberts on my phone. My thoughts…I really didn’t mind reading on my phone, and have moved on to The Inn At Eagle Point by Sherryl Woods, and while I can read it on my Kindle I’m…