Title: Life After Coffee Author: Virginia Franken Genre: Women’s Fiction Publisher: Lake Union Publishing Date: September 13, 2016 Okay, now I’m gonna admit this flat out. I only snagged this book for review because of the title. I didn’t read the full description and I wasn’t sure what I was getting […]

Review: Life After Coffee by Virginia Franken

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Recently I started working on some of our holiday offerings for Radiant Lit. (I know, I know. Quit groaning! If we’re going to gather up products to review or write articles about that will post then, we really should have started at least a month ago! Anyway, one of our […]

Are we raising up the next generation of leaders? Or ...

Title:  The Masked City Author: Genevieve Cogman Genre: fantasy Publisher: Roc Date:  September 6, 2016 When you work for a massive library that transcends space and time, the word librarian doesn’t really mean what the image usually evokes. This is heavy duty spy work rather than simply checking books in […]

Review: The Masked City by Genevieve Cogman

Hi! Welcome back…last time, if you recall, we were talking about forgiveness. You can see that story here: What Does Forgiveness Look Like? (Part One)   Where were we? Oh yes – Stanley had made some very poor decisions that resulted in him and his friends owing Jimmy, Bob and […]

What Does Forgiveness Look Like – Part Two

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Not too long ago while I was working on a client’s business, I encountered a situation that made me wonder what forgiveness is. I know that it is choosing to let go when you can hold on. Sometimes it might be releasing a debt that someone owes you. I get […]

What Does Forgiveness Look Like? Part One

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Tomorrow, everyone will be talking about 9/11. And that’s as it should be. September 11, 2001 changed the landscape of the United States forever. Thousands of people lost their lives in just a few hours time on American soil. Not since Pearl Harbor had that happened. And now, 15 years […]

My 9/11 story