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Sarah Garris's Blog – October 2010 Archive (3)

A Unique Cookbook - Inspired By a Rabbit

Review By Lauren S. Smith

Ever since Bugs Bunny appeared, munching on a crisp, delectable carrot, we've known that bunnies know how to eat healthy. Camelot's Kitchen, a new cookbook filled with innovative and delicious salad recipes inspired by - a rabbit named Camelot. Shoreh Pirnia is the founder and creator of Camelot's Kitchen and Rane Sevin is a gifted artist who created the illustrations and has worked in…


Added by Sarah Garris on October 18, 2010 at 6:34pm — No Comments

Teens Learn Life's Lessons in "A Wind In Montana"

Review By Lauren S. Smith

Some novels simply entertain and others contain a powerful message in the story line and characters. In his debut novel, A Wind In Montana, Mitch Davies tells a story about teens coming of age and how they accept responsibility for their lives.

A Wind In Montana is a compelling tale of two teenagers, Rory Coleman and Victoria Beach, high school students at the same school,…


Added by Sarah Garris on October 8, 2010 at 3:47pm — No Comments

Martian Legacy - The Red Planet Has Never Felt So Close

By Lauren S. Smith

Martian Legacy: The First Manned Space Flight to Mars, Their Discoveries and the Danger They Brought Home, is a new science fiction thriller written by author, Fred Lane. Critics have called Lane's book "an ingenious romp into the near future" - and he truly weaves a tale that brings the reality of Mars exploration into a believable reality.

The third decade of the twenty-first…


Added by Sarah Garris on October 4, 2010 at 6:46pm — No Comments

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