I added a book today called Minimalist Living that is about decluttering your home. I have been working on decluttering my home for about three months now and looking around it does NOT look like I have accomplished anything close to decluttering. I have gotten rid of a lot of stuff, but the last thought that would come to mind if you walked in my home is, “This woman lives the minimalist life.” Actually, right now you would ask yourself, “Just how many stuffed pumpkins does one woman need?” I am going to give myself a break and not include the Halloween decoration. Oh well… I will keep trying. I am going to grab the decluttering book and see what great tips it has. Happy Monday everyone!

No Ordinary Killing: A gripping historical crime thriller (An Ingo Finch Mystery Book 1)
by Jeff Dawson
4.2 Stars (114 Reviews)
Genre: Historical Fiction | Mystery

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The Empire has a deadly secret… The Number One Historical Thrillers Bestseller

1899, South Africa: As the Boer War rages, Captain Ingo Finch of the Royal Army Medical Corps pieces together casualties at the front. Then, recovering in Cape Town, he is woken by local police. A British officer has been murdered, and an RAMC signature is required for the post-mortem.

Shocked by the identity of the victim, the bizarre nature of the crime and what appears a too-convenient resolution, Finch turns detective. He is soon thrust into a perilous maze of espionage and murder.

Along with an Australian nurse, Annie, and an escaped diamond miner, Mbutu, Finch finds he has stumbled on a terrifying secret, one that will shake the Empire to its core…

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One Hundred Heartbeats: An Aspen Cove Romance Book 2
by Kelly Collins
4.6 Stars (281 Reviews)
Genre: Literature & Fiction

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Welcome back to Aspen Cove where the heartbeat of the town is found in its people…

Katie Middleton grew up with a serious heart defect that stopped her from truly living. When she inherits a bakery from a stranger, she escapes her overprotective parents and moves to Aspen Cove. Because life is uncertain, she starts crossing items off her bucket list as quickly as she can. Row a boat. Ride a bike. Fall in love.

Bowie Bishop blames himself for the death of his high school sweetheart and vows to never love again. After ten years in the army, an injury ends his career, and he finds himself in the last place he wants to be — back home in Aspen Cove, where memories target him like an assassin.

When the beauty who owns the bakery catches his eye, he knows he’s at risk of breaking his vow, but he finds he needs her like icing needs sugar.

Just when Katie knows her heart will only beat for Bowie, she discovers a secret that will shake the foundation of their new relationship.

A woman desperate to live. A man ready to die. Will the secret that binds them forever tear them apart
or bring them together?

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29th Street South: Coming of Age in the Sixties
by Nicholas Rogers
4.4 Stars (95 Reviews)
Genre: Sagas | Historical Fiction

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It’s the sixties: a time of war and revolution.

It is a time of demonstrations and riots.

The nation is tearing it self apart.

Robbie Doyle life too is in chaos. Robbie’s father had died suddenly. He and his mother had moved to Florida and now he was lost in a new school and town.

Then the day Kennedy was shot he would meet people that would define his next years. Samatha (Sam) and Nick both from the wrong side of things. A principal that was not who he seemed to be and a mother and daughter who both would play a large part in his future. Civil rights, Vietnam, and the draft would change them all. The one place he found peace was surfing at 29th Street South. Those days would come to define him and what he was going to do when he graduated from high school. The question that would define his life was does he wait to be drafted or define his own path?

Follow Robbie and his friends Samatha and Nick from the day Kennedy was assissinated when they first meet, through the turmoil of those years and finally the effect Vietnam had on each of their lives.

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Murder in White Lace: A Bridal Shop Cozy Mystery (Bridal Shop Mysteries Book 1)
by Karen Sue Walker
4.5 Stars (301 Reviews)
Genre: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense

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The only thing worse than a Bridezilla for a client is a dead one.

Max Walters is a talented bridal consultant with dreams of moving to New York and being a designer, even if it means leaving behind her serene California seaside home.

When a shocking murder rips the tranquil veneer of Crystal Shores to shreds, she discovers there is more to her home town than meets the eye. With her friend arrested for murder and the police refusing to search for another suspect, Max quickly discovers the only way to clear his name is to investigate for herself. Despite the concern of the handsome Detective Cruz, Max weaves together a list of suspects that puts her on the path to the real killer.

Will she be able to tie up the loose threads and catch the murderer? Or will the murderer get to her first?

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Minimalist Living: Decluttering for Joy, Health, and Creativity
by Genevieve Parker Hill
4.2 Stars (605 Reviews)
Genre: Health, Fitness & Dieting | Crafts, Hobbies & Home

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Cluttered desk? Stuffed closet? Stressed-out life?

Most of us know the weight of too much stuff. We can avoid it for a while, but when it’s time to move house or reorganize, we can’t escape facing our clutter.

Your excess stuff can hold you back and make you sick. Having stuff we don’t use or enjoy is a burden, a waste of money, and importantly, it doesn’t spark joy. If your rooms, closets, and surfaces are filled with clutter, all your unneeded possessions can get in the way of a full experience of life as it was meant to be lived.

MINIMALIST LIVING covers not only techniques for decluttering, but how doing so can fill your newfound space with meaningful and creative activities that add joy to your life and support your goals.

You have the power to bring serenity, clarity, creativity, and more joy to your life with minimalist living. This book, now updated for 2020, will show you how.

In MINIMALIST LIVING, you will discover:

• Why you should define your own sense of minimalism

• How to create your “Minimalist Mission Statement”

• How to use the techniques of “blazing” and “gazing” to declutter

• Why decluttering now can lead to a happier, healthier, and more creative life

• How to deal with sentimental items without losing their meaning

• The amazing connection between minimalism and living your soul’s deepest purpose

… and much more.

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