“Our Accidental Adventure,” by Ness Kingsley

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Our Accidental Adventure is a seafaring adventure, that’s right, a seafaring adventure! ūüôā A contemporary seafaring adventure! I liked it! Ness Kingsley writes the most funnest books! Is funnest a word??? haha. I read this book out loud to my husband. Three siblings are¬†sailing in safe waters, setting sail for a camping adventure, when unexpectedly they are surrounded by fog, tossed tooooo and fro by a storm and land in the Caribbean. Gather friends, family and kids of all ages around and read this book outloud to them. It’s great fun! Happy Reading!

picture from goodreads.

YEA! I’m always so excited about the INSPY Award Winners! CONGRATULATIONS!

Debut – Miracle in a Dry Season by Sarah Loudin Thomas

Miracle in a dry season / Sarah Loudin Thomas.

Contemporary Romance/Romantic Suspense – Meant to Be Mine by Becky WadeMeet Becky Wade and a giveaway - Tales of Beauty for Ashes

General Fiction – Saving Amelie by Cathy Gohlke

#GIVEAWAY (Int) - Want to read a highly entertaining WWII novel that is compelling and relevant for today? Saving Amelie is one of my all-time favorite reads. Meet Cathy Gohlke and enter by 3/27 to win a copy at The Power of Words.

Historical Romance – Mark of Distinction by Jessica Dotta.

#Bronte and #Austen fans - You'll love this! Mark of Distinction | Jessica Dotta

Literature for Young Adult – Storm Siren by Mary Weber

Storm Siren!  Recommended by Laini Taylor and Marissa Meyer.  Wait for the trilogy--first book released 8/19/14.

Mystery/Thriller – A. D. 30 by Ted Dekker

It's not something I would have normally picked up but it was half price and I was curious. It's been fantastic and wondrous.

Speculative Fiction – Spirit Bridge by James L. Rubart

Spirit Bridge, James L. Rubartall pictures from pinterest!

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“Wildfire at Midnight,” Mary Stewart

Gianetta Brooke¬†travels to the Scottish Hebrides for rest and relaxation. Well, she doesn’t get any rest and relaxation but she does become caught up in a mystery that is so suspenseful, it’s hard to put down. With one exception, I needed nourishment, other than food,¬†I read the book straight though! It was so good. Well-written at a good pace!

The cook in this story, speaks in the Scottish brogue, so the reader might have a problem understanding what she is saying.

However –

Without a doubt, Airs Above the Ground and Wildfire at Midnight are my two favorite books written by Mary Stewart!

Mary Stewart's Wildfire at Midnight.  Remember her?picture from pinterest.

Classic Movie Friday

I love classic movies:) There are so many good ones out there. I think I’m going to spotlight my favorites every other Friday.

So, without further ado . . . here comes Desk Set, starring Katherine Hepburn and Spencer Tracy! I love this movie. It’s a light-hearted look at an office romance. Spencer Tracy has invented the first computer. Oh yea. It’s hilarious!

 Boop boop boop BOOP.

The thing is as big as a barn – well, maybe a garage! Ahem. Anyway, Spencer Tracy and Katherine Hepburn meet and fall for each other in this fun comedy surrounding this computer – the characters in this movie¬†literally dance around the computer!¬†– the computer has a name, Emmerack or Emmie – not sure how to spell that! Have fun watching this one! Boop boop boop BOOP! ūüôā

My most favorite Katharine role. I was fooled into thinking this was going to be my future office life!picture from pinterest.

Two wooden saw horses and a big piece of wood!

My husband and I, in need of some organization in one of our bedrooms – not used for a bedroom – built a table this weekend. We were at the lumber business for an hour ūüôā selecting the wood for the table. We had fun but it was a little exhausting and my recently injured and healing foot¬†wasn’t liking the concrete floor at the¬†lumber business. After our purchase, we traveled home and set up the table. It was not difficult at all. It’s six feet long and the wood is¬†smooth, thick,¬†sturdy and looks great. WOW! It really did organize our room. I will take a picture as soon as I can. The picture below I got from pinterest.

warehouse home office. Industrial

Wow!

Oh my goodness! I am a rummage sale maniac! haha. Anyway, we visited a few rummage sales this morning and I purchased two interesting, hard cover books.

1.) “Candy Kane,” by Janet Lambert! I have never heard of her. The publication date is 1943! She’s on goodreads and pinterest! Who knew???

Candy Kane (Candy Kane Series Book 1), http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00E6VEG7M/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_awdm_8E75tb116KY96

2.) “Miss Tippy,” also by Janet Lambert! Publication date 1948! Looking forward to reading these books:)

malt shop books | Miss Tippy by Janet Lambert (1948)pictures from pinterest.