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Reviews and bookish conversation with author Samantha Wilcoxson.

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#bookaday Day 14: Amazing Title

Here be Dragons - Sharon Kay Penman

Wow, was this challenging!



With great book titles out there like A Burnable Book, Sunne in Splendour, Shadow on the Crown, Wuthering Heights, and The Book Thief . . . . oh, and The Last Kingdom, Stormbird, or The Last White Rose . . . .


Let's just say, I had a hard time picking just one, but nothing defines a novel's theme as well as drawing in the reader like Sharon Kay Penman's Here be Dragons.