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Luck has a way of affecting our attitudes. The thing is luck’s true nature is to change. The simple truth in those words brought peace to Anicius Boethius over a thousand years ago and to Harold Kushner in the 20th century. When Bad Things Happen to Good People by Harold S. Kushner When Bad Things […]

Stress has a funny way of making sane people do insane things. John Sutter and Miles Roby want to do the right thing, but they become overwhelmed by the stress in their lives and end up making terrible decisions. Gold Coast by Nelson DeMille Gold Coast is a fabulous novel written by the very popular […]

Many of you began 2008 with resolutions. While you think about a new you in this new year, consider forgiving someone. As Miles and Quoyle will show you, starting over begins with forgiveness. In the two novels I’ve selected for this issue, Miles must find a way to forgive the man who killed his wife, […]

Is there a wrong time to fall in love? Mike Noonan and Frederick Henry would certainly say there is. Both Mike and Frederick fall in love while their lives are in turmoil, and the women they love pay the price. Bag of Bones by Stephen King Bag of Bones is a captivating mystery written by […]

Jennifer’s Sasee Book Club

By Jennifer Borchers

If you’ve ever considered starting a book club, call your girlfriends and form one today! Sasee is introducing a book club specifically for the women who read this magazine. Whether you like the humor and romance of paperbacks or the language and structure of literary novels, I have a book for you! Each month I’ll […]

Cleaning Closets by Susan DeBow Most Sasee readers are familiar with Susan DeBow, a regular contributor for the past few years. This talented, versatile writer has published her first novel, Cleaning Closets, a hilarious and touching look at family life and relationships. When Lydia Calypso’s daughter sends a real estate agent to her home, and […]

Then & Now, Myrtle Beach And The Grand Strand by Susan Hoffer McMillan Then & Now, Myrtle Beach And The Grand Strand, by Susan Hoffer McMillan, is the fourth book in a series that tells a pictorial history of the Grand Strand area. Even if you are new to our area, the pictures in this […]

Nineteen Minutes by Jodi Picoult Jodi Picoult’s latest, Nineteen Minutes, is a fascinating, disturbing, can’t put it down read. Picoult brings back Jordon McAfee to defend a teenager accused of killing 10 students at his high school. The incident tears apart the small town of Sterling, New Hampshire and changes the lives of all those […]

Queen of Broken Hearts by Cassandra King Cassandra King has given her fans another fun read in Queen of Broken Hearts. After losing her husband, Clare Ballenger throws herself into her work as a “divorce coach,” and builds a very successful practice in a small Alabama town. But, will she love again? Books clubs who […]

Women’s Complete Guide to Running by Jeff Galloway & Barbara Galloway Have you ever looked at a group of runners and wished that you could do that? Well, you can with Jeff Galloway’s new book, Women’s Complete Guide to Running. Galloway uses a slow paced run/walk training method that builds endurance without injury and provides […]

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