About: Durham County Library will host a Celebration of Storytelling on Friday, March 21 at the Main Library, 300 N. Roxboro St. Storytelling 101: Telling Your Story! starts at 2 p.m., and the Durham County Storytelling Festival begins at 6:30 p.m.
Durham County Library will celebrate Creek Week with a presentation on three of Durham’s urban watersheds from Chris Dreps, Bob Healy and Robin Jacobs. The program will be held at 7 p.m. on Thursday, March 20, at the Main Library, 300 N. Roxboro St.
I became hooked on Jennifer Connors “Lesson” series a couple of years ago. The main character is Ginny, who, upon returning from a not-so-wonderful vacation is in a car accident and wakes in a different time and in the form of another person. Over the series of eight or nine books, Ginny lives the lives […]
This book has been lingering on my TBR list for a couple of years now, and I finally picked it up to read in January. I am not a big fan of the paranormal books–I know some readers just love the Vampire stories–so this book was just “okay” for me. That being said, the ending […]
I really enjoy the suspense of Linda Howard’s books. Shadow Woman is about a woman who wakes and doesn’t recognize her face. Her memory of two years was erased, along with certain information from her past. As the memories begin to seep back in, she finds herself in danger. Find in catalog
Another book in Julie Garwood’s Buchanan series involving a woman who attends a self-help seminar. She and her friends are hoping to expose the self-help guru as a fraud. As part of the exercise, participants are told to write a list of people they would like to see dead, whereupon the lists are then burned. […]
I fell in love with Karen White’s books when I read THE TIME BETWEEN. I have since added many of her books to my TBR list, including ON FOLLY BEACH. The protagonist in the story moves from Indiana to Charleston, SC, where she becomes the new owner of Folly’s Finds, a local bookstore. The story […]
I have had this book on my TBR list ever since finishing Jackson’s previous book in this series, IF SHE ONLY KNEW. ALMOST DEAD follows Cissy Cahill, now grown from the teenager we met in the previous novel, as she learns her mother has escaped from prison. Very well written and a very surprising twist […]
I have always loved Julie Garwood’s historical romance novels. Last year I picked up one of her contemporary romances in the Buchanan-Renard series. I enjoyed the book so much I added the remaining books in this series to my To Be Read list. Killjoy is the third book in the series and true to Garwood […]
This mystery/satire/cosy features Meg Langslow, a metal sculpturess who travels to her hometown in Virginia to plan and execute three weddings for her family and friends. Her family is eccentric and things do not go as planned. There is murder and mayhem follows. Find in catalog