Can't-Wait Wednesday

The Miraculous – Can’t-Wait Wednesday

It’s the middle of the week, so that means it’s time for Can’t-Wait Wednesday. Each week I’ll spotlight amazing future releases that … well, that I just can’t wait for.

It’s a feature hosted by Tressa over at Wishful Endings, so be sure to check out her weekly post to find other participants. Fair warning: you’re sure to walk away with an expanded TBR pile.

This week, I’m waiting for…

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Reviews

Boom: Mad Money, Mega Dealers, and the Rise of Contemporary Art by Michael Shnayerson

Behind all of those canvases, the contemporary art world is backed by a collection of larger than life personalities. Art dealers. These are the movers and shakers of an artistic and financial movement that has been functioning since the 1940s. From the beginning galleries and their unsure futures to the continual modern multi-million dollar sales, this is the story of the wild group that has shaped world of contemporary art.

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Paperback Throwback

Friday the 13th: Mother’s Day

Each week for Paperback Throwback, I highlight a book from my ever-growing collection of older paperbacks, ‘90s and prior. Come check out everything from Zebra’s line of horror to Scholastic’s preteen Apple Paperbacks, and everything in-between— you’ll know them by their stylishly cheesy covers, flashy plots, and cheap prices.

Join me on this stroll down Literary Memory Lane. Stops include Sweet Valley High, Fear Street, and anywhere else mass market paperbacks may be lurking.

This week’s throwback is for all the mothers out there.

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Reviews

One Night in Christmas by Debbie Mason

After a few rough years, Sophia finally feels like she has everything going right. And after a long day working in her boutique, she’s ready to ring in the new year with her best friend, Autumn. Certainly the last person she expects to run into is her brother-in-law, Adam Dane … See, Sophia’s had a rocky relationship with the Dane family ever since her husband passed away. And even though she’d rather keep her distance, she can’t help but feel drawn to Adam … and as they celebrate a new year and new beginnings, she realizes he might feel the same way.

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First Line Friday

So Sweet to Labor – First Line Friday

We’re quickly drifting into the weekend, so that means it’s time for First Line Friday!

Each week, I grab a book from my shelf (or from wherever it’s wandered off to) and share the first line or so. They might be quotes from my TBR pile or an old favorite or even a book I’m not particularly fond of.

This week’s first line is another reminder of the greatness of libraries.

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Can't-Wait Wednesday

Jerome Robbins, by Himself – Can’t-Wait Wednesday

It’s the middle of the week, so that means it’s time for Can’t-Wait Wednesday. Each week I’ll spotlight amazing future releases that … well, that I just can’t wait for.

It’s a feature hosted by Tressa over at Wishful Endings, so be sure to check out her weekly post to find other participants. Fair warning: you’re sure to walk away with an expanded TBR pile.

This week, I’m waiting for…

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