My July 2022 Reads

July 2022 reads

Summer reading continues – yay! I had a great July in books. Here are the novels I read and the accompanying reviews. Have you read any of these? What did you think? I’m always open to book recommendations – so drop any novels you recommend into the comments section.   The Lonely Hearts Lido Club…

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Belated Book Blogger Hop: favorite move adaptations

Book Blogger Hop

Okay, so I am always behind the times. Ramblings of a Coffee-Addicted Writer posts a weekly Book Blogger Hop challenge. This comes in the form of a weekly book-related question bloggers are invited to answer in their own blog posts. I admit I’m often late to the party – but I do arrive eventually, and…

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My novel Three Coins visits its book locations

Three Coins at Trevi Fountain / Kimberly Sullivan

My debut novel, Three Coins, was released in October 2021. It is the contemporary story of three expatriate American women living in Rome, who, having faced daunting challenges, retreat to the seaside town of Sperlonga to regroup and come back stronger. But Sperlonga is a pretty deserted place in November, and the women are quickly…

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Stretching my legs in Modena, Italy

Modena, Emilia Romagna, Italy / Kimberly Sullivan

I was driving from northern Italy down to my home in Rome. Anyone who knows Italian highways know they are replete with Autogrill reststops, which offer clean bathrooms and ridiculously overpriced, tasteless food. So when lunch time rolled around, I was more than happy to escape rest stop food in order to stop in one…

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My June 2022 reads

June 2022 reads

Summer reading is always my favorite reading – even if my son’s fractued arm put a damper on beach and poolside reading during this steamy month… But that lament is for another day. At least the reading was always good. I had a great June in books. Here are the novels I read and the…

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On The Road Again…

Texas Highway/ Kimberly Sullivan

For my travel-loving family and me, these past years have been depressing. Last summer, my youngest son and I went to see my mom in the US. My son needed to go to sprints training in Texas, and instead of flying, he asked if we could road trip from Washington, DC to Texas, making plenty…

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