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April Monthly News

1. St. John of the Midfield - Garasamo Maccagnone
2. Prilla's Talent - Stefan Petrucha (children) (recommend)
3. Share From the Heart - Marilyn Randall (children) (recommend)
4. Parkers' Astrology - Julie & Derek Parker
5. Lemon Tart - Josi S. Kilpack (HIGHLY recommend)
6. Lethal Rage - Brent Pilkey
7. How to Achieve Heaven on Earth - John E. Wade II
8. I Has A Hotdog - Professor Happycat
9. Sexaholics - Pynk (recommend)
10. A Distant Melody - Sarah Sundin (recommend)
11. Dear John - Nicholas Sparks (audiobook) (recommend)
12. Will the World End in 2012 - Raymond C. Hundley
13. How Clarissa Burden Learned to Fly - Connie May Fowler
14. The Twilight Gospel - Dave Roberts
15. The Rough Guide to Cloud Computing - Peter Buckley
16. Tomato - Gail Harland & Trevor Cole (cookbook) (recommend)
17. Dead Man of the Year - Stephen Hawley Martin
18. She-Rain - Michael Cogdill
19. Heartache & Sin - Charles Soto
20. Guardian - Katie Hines (Young adult) (recommend)
21. Hollywood Moon - Joseph Wambaugh (audiobook)
22. Asking For Trouble - Sandra Byrd (Young adult)(recommend)
23. Beaded Hope - Cathy Liggett
24. Ruby of the Realms - Daniel Kamin (young adult)

Yearly total: 100 Books



I received this award from Velvet at: She is an amazing blogger, has a terrific blog, and is the reason I have a new -found curiosity for Steampink. Yeah you read it right! Check her blog out!!!

I received a special prize from my blogger friend Marcia at
The prize was up to $15 at The Book Depository, my choice. She gave this to many blogger friends of hers, that have supported her.
In lieu of her kindness and generosity, I asked her to give mine back, and donate a book, new or used, in my name, to a shelter or library in her area. She gave, and in turn I gave. It feels good. I suggest we all give, even a book.
She is indeed going to donate a recommendation by me, A Note From An Old Acquaintance by Bill Walker to her local library.
Thanks again Marcia, you truly are a gem!

I also received a new award from Molly at

Here is who I awarded it to, did you get on there?;

I completed the New Author Challenge.

Also finished the 100+ Reading Challenge.


  1. Wow you read a lot this month!

    Congrats on all your achievements!

  2. Looks like you had a great month!

  3. 100 for the year so far! Congrqatulations! You're really devouring the books :)

  4. You had a fantastic month! I'm envious you've reached 100 books. Including the ones I have yet to review, I have read 26. Yikes. Not reading like I was last year. I have heard Lemon Tart was good.

  5. Wow, you are a reading machine! Congrats on such a great month. Hopefully May will be as good to you!


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