Sandra Silvey's blog


I love it when I find stories that I just can't get enough of.  You know what I mean.  When you are reading so late into the night and the only reason you finally turn off the light and put the book down is because you know you can’t function without any sleep at all.  You at least need three!  Or when you feel put upon when someone wants to have a conversation with you and you only want to keep your nose in that book.  When it's over you feel like you lost a friend.  Here are a few of the series that made me feel that way.  Which ones have kept you captivated???  Please share!!!

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Mystery Book Club

 Please join us Thursday, March 15th at 11:00 AM we will be discussing Spider Bones by Kathy Reichs.  

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A Discovery of Witches

 I picked up the audio book, A Discovery of Witches, by Deborah Harkness.  It kept popping up in reviews and magazines so I thought I give it a try.  I was not really expecting much.  What I found was a beautifully written love story.  This story has witches, vampires and daemons as the main focus of the book, not usually my thing, but I could not stop listening to it.  The story is absolutely addictive, it is full of magic and romance and history, and I did not want it to end.  Deborah has created a world where it all makes perfect sense.  This is Deborah Harkness’s debut novel and she hit it ju

Friends of the Bear Creek Library

Join us tonight at 6:30 PM for our monthly meeting.

Mystery Book Club

Join us on February 16th at 11:00 AM to discuss Houston Homicide by Bill Crider and Clyde Wilson.  Stop by for good company and lively conversation.

Bear Creek Knitters

Join us every Thursday at 4:00 PM.  It is never too late to learn!

Gearing up for the rodeo

This time of year things are really starting to gear up for the Houston Rodeo, where you can see roping, saddle bronc and bull riding.  Now is the time to buff up on your cowboy lingo.  If you are like me and don’t know very much about cowboys now is a good time to try out some of these authors who definitely have a soft spot for the Wild West.  


 Kat Martin – Raines of Wind Canyon– Against the Wind, Against the fire, Against the Law, Against the Storm

Friends of the Bear Creek Library Meeting Canceled!

Tonights meeting has been canceled.

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