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reviewed Firefly Rain. April 24, 2010
Firefly Rain
Jacob Logan is at a crossroads with his life in Boston. Hoping to find a sense of direction, he returns to his small, rural hometown in North Carolina to take up residence in his childhood home years …
Successful writer Clarissa Burden may live in Hope, FL but hope is not necessarily a word in her vocabulary when referring to her own life. She is experiencing writer’s block, her husband. Iggy,  …
reviewed The River Kings' Road. March 25, 2010
The River Kings' Road
I do not normally delve into the fantasy genre when choosing books. The number of pages, detailed plots/characters/worlds, and the commitment involved when there are 7 books in a series can be very daunting. …
reviewed Raven Stole the Moon. March 13, 2010
Raven Stole the Moon
Robert and Jenna - the couple with everything. That is until they lose their only son, Bobby in a tragic drowning while on vacation in Alaska. Robert desperately wants to move on with their lives while …
Deconstructing Sammy
Deconstructing Sammy: Music, Money, and Madness is not an actual biography in the traditional sense. Author Matt Birkbeck shares the stories and memories of those that were closest to the iconic entertainer …
reviewed Nibble & Kuhn. November 23, 2009
Nibble & Kuhn
Derek Dover is hoping to become a partner with his Boston law firm Nibble  & Kuhn (and yes, the name is mentioned with a snicker). He never expected to fall in love with new associate, Maria …
reviewed The Sugarless Plum. November 21, 2009
The Sugarless Plum
Author Zippora Karz offers an insightful look at her struggle to manage diabetes as a solo ballerina in her memoir The Sugarless Plum: A Ballerina’s Triumph Over Diabetes.  Ms. Karz’s …
reviewed No Wind of Blame. November 09, 2009
No Wind of Blame
No Wind of Blame (Georgette Heyer) is a rollicking murder mystery full of colorful players and numerous plot twists. The first quarter of the book is devoted to introducing the reader to the vast array …
Ecoholic (when you're addicted to the planet)
I have made an effort the past few years to do my part, small though it may be, to be more environmentally aware and friendly in my daily life. I recycle most things, I do compost for my garden, I purchase …
reviewed Travel Writing. October 26, 2009
Travel Writing
Peter Ferry, narrator in Travel Writing, is a high school English teacher and part-time travel writer. In an effort to inspire his somewhat apathetic students, he tells them a story about an incident …
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April 23, 2010
 Thanks so much for joining the Cafe Libri Lunch Community. Hopefully, you will be inspired to write reviews or quick tips. Otherwise, feel free to sit back, relax, and enjoy others' reviews. Don't feel shy about rating or commenting on them either. The writers really appreciate the feedback! Let me know if you have any questions! 

Also, many thanks for moving some of your book reviews over to the community! I'm adding some of the other titles as topics, so feel free to move them if you feel compelled! I look forward to reading and commenting on them all. :)
 
August 15, 2009
Welcome to Lunch, cjz111!  I've been to Omaha before, it's lovely :)  Based on the data points that you've rated, something tells me that you'll enjoy these reviews of True Blood, Bacon of the Month Club, sushi, and District 9.   Let me know if you have any questions, and have fun poking around Lunch! :)
 
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