The Sleep Book by Dr. Seuss | Book Review

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I feel so fortunate that I grew up with Dr. Seuss. It was a more wonderful than wonderful childhood - with themed days at school, that excellent Christmas special where being a Grinch has entered our lexicon, and then finally, my bits of leadership were memorialized by Oh The Places You'll Go. I … [continue]

The Girl Of Fire And Thorns by Rae Carson | Readalong Chapters 24-End

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Missed Week Two? Catch up here as well as on Me, My Shelf And I, Fictitious Delicious,Mundie Moms & Fiktshun HELLO AGAIN WELCOME BACK TO THROWBACK THURSDAY on a Monday, maybe we should call it Memory Monday? Alas, this post is running kind of late for me because I was away all weekend at a […]

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Little Peach by Peggy Kern | Book Review

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Little Peach by Peggy Kern infuriated me. It depressed me. Little Peach moved me. You know how some books can pack so much emotion into so few pages that an hour after you finish, you are left reeling still? That was definitely my life after reading Peggy Kern’s Little Peach during the 24 in 48 readathon. This […]

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Blog Tour: Caught Up in the Touch and Musical Inspiration

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Earlier this year, I had the pleasure of interviewing author Laura Trentham for the blog tour for the first book in her Falcon Football series titled Slow and Steady Rush. I’m super excited to have her back here again on Good Books and Good Wine to discuss the second book in the series Caught Up […]

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Emmy & Oliver by Robin Benway | Book Review

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I have never met a Robin Benway book that I didn’t like — and you guys, I have read every single one of her books, except for her bit in Dear Teen Me. Emmy & Oliver, Benway’s latest publisher by Harper, continues that tradition. Her books are for people that want YA with substance but at the […]

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Soundless by Richelle Mead | Book Review

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I was a huge fan of Richelle Mead’s Vampire Academy and Bloodlines series. I also love reading books about diverse characters. So, reading Soundless by Richelle Mead seemed like a no brainer. This book features an Asian girl on the cover and is based on a Chinese legend. I did wrestle with the question of whether this book […]

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Hot Body Year Round by Cassey Ho | Book Review

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Not gonna lie, I worship at the altar of Cassey Ho. I first came across her when doing a fitness challenge with some friends using a closed Facebook group for accountability. Someone posted the Call Me Maybe Squats Song Challenge and I was hooked on the positivity of Cassey Ho and her fun routines set […]

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The Devil You Know by Trish Doller | Book Review

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I am pretty positive that it might be impossible for me to dislike a Trish Doller book. Whether she’s writing about soldiers, or kidnapped girls returned home, or girls with wanderlust, I am absolutely a fan of Doller’s. The Devil You Know is her latest book and it is superb. I read this book over a […]

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The Girl Of Fire And Thorns by Rae Carson Readalong | Chapters 12-23

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Missed Week One? Catch up here as well as on Me, My Shelf And I, Fictitious Delicious, Mundie Moms & Fiktshun IT IS THROWBACK TIME AGAIN! How are you all doing this week? How was your weekend! Mine was so relaxed and full of reading, even though I was on call it was awesome! AND! […]

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The Invasion Of The Tearling by Erika Johansen | Book Review

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Last year, I got really pumped up for Erika Johansen’s debut novel, The Queen Of The Tearling. And with good reason, that book was totally baller. Friends, I got pumped up ALL OVER AGAIN for The Invasion Of The Tearling, second in the trilogy and again, it was with good reason, because The Invasion Of The Tearling was […]

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