Monthly Archives: August 2012

The Unfinished Work of Elizabeth D. – Nichole Bernier

The Unfinished Work of Elizabeth D. – Nichole Bernier Crown Publishers/2012   Reviewed By: Sheri de Grom The Unfinished Work of Elizabeth D., debut novel by Nichole Bernier, has a far too compelling storyline to pass up. Elizabeth died in … Continue reading

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Ada’s Rules

Ada’s Rules – Alice Randall Bloomsbury/2012 Reviewed By: Sheri de Grom Ada’s Rules by Alice Randall is a novel I’d never have picked up in a bookstore and I’d have missed a great read. Thankfully, I read a terrific review … Continue reading

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A Treasured Place, Fort Ord

Fort Ord, California 1917 – 1994 A National Monument Fort Ord, California (1917-1994) holds a treasured place within my heart. Many moves later, there hasn’t been a single other location I’ve wanted to call home. I didn’t need President Barack … Continue reading

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Heaven Sent

Heaven Sent – David N. Walker Amazon E-book/2012   Reviewed By: Sheri de Grom Heaven Sent by David Walker is, as David calls it, tidbits of inspiration and wisdom. I use it as a daily devotional but can rarely stop … Continue reading

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Your Government’s Annual Charity Drive

Your Government’s Annual Charity Drive The Combined Federal Campaign   ‘Opinion’ – Sheri de Grom The Combined Federal Campaign (CFC) is the United States government’s annual charity drive. Established in 1961, the CFC is the largest workplace charity campaign in the … Continue reading

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