A sister is there to protect you… reflect you… dissect you…. and at times, drive you up the freaking wall–no poetic way around that last one. NYT Bestselling author Joshilyn Jackson is back with a new novel that touches upon the special bond between sisters and almost sisters. It’s a hoot.
It’s that time of year again. The winter doldrums. Christmas is over. The credit card bills are flooding our mailboxes. And Valentine’s Day is around the corner–and for some of us, VD can be more frightening than Halloween. So if you need a pick me up, here are two great romantic comedies to warm the … More Foxy Bibliophile: RomCom Edition
There’s a popular saying, “Everything old is new again.” Perhaps that has something to do with paradigms. A paradigm is a model, template, archetype or blueprint. But where did the paradigm come from in the first place? According to author, Messianic Rabbi, Pastor and Biblical scholar, Jonathan Cahn, biblical history from over three-thousand years ago has … More Foxy Bibliophile: The Paradigm
When I picked up HE SAID, SHE SAID, a psychological thriller by international bestseller Erin Kelly, the premise reminded me of a time in my life back when Bob Dylan and the Grateful Dead were touring together. Leaving said concert one summer night, I was looking for a discreet place to relieve myself before … More Foxy Bibliophile: He Said, She Said
“I don’t repeat gossip, so listen closely” is a phrase you might hear from one of the characters in New York Times Bestselling Author, Karen White’s latest offering, THE NIGHT THE LIGHTS WENT OUT. For those of you who were born at a certain time in history, you’ll remember a song by an actress on the … More Foxy Bibliophile – December 11, 2017