Far From You by Tess Sharpe | Book Review

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The thing about books that are murder mysteries is that I am the most oblivious person and never able to figure out who the murderer is until the main character figures it out. This holds true for every mystery thriller book ever and also holds true for Far From You by Tess Sharpe. I went into Far … [continue]

Horde by Ann Aguirre | Book Review

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Before reading this review, I suggest you read Enclave and Outpost, the first two books in the Razorland trilogy so that this review of Horde by Ann Aguirre does not spoil you, seeing as how people seem to hate spoilers. Reader friends, I want you to know that Ann Aguirre wraps up the Razorland trilogy perfectly in Horde. […]

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If I Ever Get Out Of Here by Eric Gansworth | Audiobook Review

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Why Did I Listen To This Book? If I Ever Get Out Of Here by Eric Gansworth uses music as a huge theme and is a historical fiction young adult book. These two elements are among my favorite things to read. Originally, I had a copy of If I Ever Get Out Of Here from Netgalley, […]

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A World Without Princes by Soman Chainani | Audiobook Review

Why Did I Listen To This Book? I was so impressed with The School For Good And Evil by Soman Chainani, that I was kind of over the moon when I heard there would be a sequel. I seriously could not wait to listen to World Without Princes. I had such a pleasant experience listening to the […]

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Thorn Jack by Katherine Harbour | Book Review

Thorn Jack by Katherine Harbour paints an evocative picture of Upstate New York. It is a competent retelling of the Scottish ballad ‘Tam Lin’, modernized for our time. The official summary compares Harbour’s book to Cassandra Clare, Erin Morgenstern and Melissa Marr, personally I think that the most accurate comparison is to Marr. Thorn Jack is a […]

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What Has Inspired Mary E. Pearson’s Writing Style? | Guest Post + Giveaway

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Friends, I’d like to welcome Mary E. Pearson here today! Her latest book THE KISS OF DECEPTION is amazing.  Don’t forget to enter the giveaway at the bottom of this post. What has inspired your writing style, particularly for The Kiss of Deception? There are so many things that affect the writing style of a book.  First […]

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Better When He’s Bad by Jay Crownover | Book Review

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Fair warning and full disclosure, I am a total Jay Crownover fangirl. I’ve tweeted at her like twice. When Better When He’s Bad, her first Welcome To The Point book came in the mail, I might have had an excitement meltdown. I am excited for every single book that Crownover releases, and I think this whole […]

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The Shadow Hero by Gene Luen Yang and Sonny Liew | Book Review

Why Did I Read This Book? When it comes to graphic novels, one of my favorites in the industry is Gene Luen Yang. I was so excited for The Shadow Hero because I’ve never read a single disappointing thing by Gene Luen Yang. While The Shadow Hero is not quite on the level of Boxers & Saints, it […]

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This Side Of Salvation by Jeri Smith-Ready | Book Review

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I love it when authors do unexpected things. I love when authors break the bounds of what seems to be their typical genre and try something different. Friends, Jeri Smith-Ready departs from the paranormal genre with This Side Of Salvation and writes a winsome, contemporary novel. This is a book that masters the weaving of elements […]

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On The Aliens In Scan | Guest Post by WALTER JURY + GIVEAWAY

Walter Jury talks about why he chose to make SCAN’s aliens humanoid: As a great consumer of books and films, I have always been more attracted to science fiction that is more scientifically based than sci-fi that requires one to suspend their disbelief to much higher levels. For example, I love that JURASSIC PARK has […]

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