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3 Quick Book Reviews by O

Hello awesome readers, I have a few mini book reviews for you today. We'll keep it quick because I'm still struggling to do this blogging thing without a computer! I hope you enjoy my reviews of these odd little books and if you like this format let me know and I can do it more… Continue reading 3 Quick Book Reviews by O

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#BookReview The Reincarnation of Tom by Aden Simpson

Hello awesome readers, today we have a book review! I meant to have this up about a week ago but sadly my computer is broken which has made blogging a lot slower and more difficult. I really enjoyed this read by debut author from Australia, Aden Simpson. If you'd like something a little different and… Continue reading #BookReview The Reincarnation of Tom by Aden Simpson

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Everyday A**holes by Dean Blake @deanblakeauthor Paperback #Giveaway & #BookReview

Hello awesome readers! Today is extra special, we have a giveaway contest! This one is only open to North America for shipping reasons, but I have another international giveaway planned so be sure to check back for that! Today you can win a paperback copy of Dean Blake's comical illustrations entitled, Everyday A**holes along with… Continue reading Everyday A**holes by Dean Blake @deanblakeauthor Paperback #Giveaway & #BookReview

#ShortReadsSaturdays · Memes & Tags · Reviews

#ShortReadsSaturday (REVIEW) Prey by Hana Shinjo

Hello awesome readers. Welcome to another one of my very special Short Reads Saturday posts where I read and review one of the shorter books on my TBR. It's a great way to be productive and get more books read and reviewed! This week I'm reviewing a book I discovered recently through Twitter. It's called… Continue reading #ShortReadsSaturday (REVIEW) Prey by Hana Shinjo

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(REVIEW) When Life Gives You Mangos by Kereen Getten @kereengetten @DelacortePress

Hello awesome readers. Today I am reviewing a book that is soon to be released, When Life Gives You Mangos by Kereen Getten. This was a really enjoyable read and one of the books I enjoyed the most this year. This is one I would recommend to people of all ages. You'll be transported to… Continue reading (REVIEW) When Life Gives You Mangos by Kereen Getten @kereengetten @DelacortePress

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(REVIEW) Recommended for You by Laura Silverman @LJSilverman1

Hello awesome readers. Today I'm reviewing a contemporary romantic comedy about feuding Jewish teenage booksellers set in a mall around Christmastime. Does that ring any bells? It's going to be released in just a couple days, but you can pre-order today, Recommended for You by Laura Silverman. This was a really sweet book and overall… Continue reading (REVIEW) Recommended for You by Laura Silverman @LJSilverman1

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#ShortReadsSaturdays (REVIEW) I Should Have Worn A Curtain By Samyra Alexander @SamyraTell

Hello awesome readers! Welcome to another Short Reads Saturday where I read and review one of the shorter books on my TBR list because, you know, it makes me feel productive! In all seriousness though this is my 20th #ShortReadsSaturday review, so in reality I have actually knocked a few books from my TBR! I… Continue reading #ShortReadsSaturdays (REVIEW) I Should Have Worn A Curtain By Samyra Alexander @SamyraTell

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(REVIEW) Remember Me, Synthetica by K. Aten @WORDNRD68

Hello awesome readers! Today I have a review of a sapphic science fiction romance about true love and artificial intelligence. It's a character driven story that didn't neglect the sci-fi elements. There are creative fictional advancements in technology that will really make you think. I absolutely loved this book and have only good things to… Continue reading (REVIEW) Remember Me, Synthetica by K. Aten @WORDNRD68

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#MiniReview The Frosell Affair by Heddy Frosell da Ponte

I was blown away by this story and the heartfelt way in which it was told. It’s about so much more than the war, reading it, you unwind a conspiracy where the conspirators took advantage of the chaos of the time to frame an innocent man and steal his fortune. It is a particularly sad story because it is told by the daughter of the framed man who at the time was only a child and had to see her family fall from opulence to ruin as a result of this plot. Her father had thoroughly documented his account of what happened giving the author a first-hand account to share to clear his name.

#ShortReadsSaturdays · Reviews

#ShortReadsSaturdays (REVIEW) On the Altar by Jeff Chapman @JeffChpmnWriter

Hey awesome readers! I hope you are doing well, what are you reading this weekend? Today I'm happy to be doing another Short Reads Saturday, where I knock one of the shorter books of my reading list (it helps me feel like I made progress). Today's book was a real treat because it is by… Continue reading #ShortReadsSaturdays (REVIEW) On the Altar by Jeff Chapman @JeffChpmnWriter

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(REVIEW) The Assassin’s Daughter by Shana Vernon @AuthorShanaV + Giveaway results

Hello awesome readers! Today I have a quick review for you of The Assassin's Daughter by Shana Vernon. I know we have been talking about this book all month, so did it live up to the hype? Read the review to find out! But first, I'd like to announce the results of the giveaway contest… Continue reading (REVIEW) The Assassin’s Daughter by Shana Vernon @AuthorShanaV + Giveaway results

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(REVIEW) LYSSA STRATA by Martti Nelson @MaladyMartti – Available on Radish @radish_fiction

Hello awesome readers. I have a review for you today for a book that I really, really enjoyed. Librarian Lyssa Strata is fed up with the laws in her town that date back to the witch trials and treat women and people of color with the same oppression as seen in 1625. She's going to… Continue reading (REVIEW) LYSSA STRATA by Martti Nelson @MaladyMartti – Available on Radish @radish_fiction

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#ShortReadsSaturday #MiniReview of A Passport to a Nation of Talking Slugs & Other Stories by Andrew Kozma

Hello awesome readers. Welcome to my Short Reads Saturdays where I accomplish knocking off some of my shorter backlisted books from my TBR. Today I read a short story anthology with an overall dark theme that places our protagonist in strange new worlds that they must learn to navigate or die trying. If you are… Continue reading #ShortReadsSaturday #MiniReview of A Passport to a Nation of Talking Slugs & Other Stories by Andrew Kozma

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(Mini-Review) Polar Bear Postman by Seigo Kijima

Mini-review for illustrated children's book, Polar Bear Postman by Seigo Kijima. Like last week unfortunately this is another example of why I hate getting illustrated children's books from Netgalley. Polar Bear Postman Author:  Seigo Kijima. Category: Illustrated Children's Book Suitable for: All ages, ideal for 4-8 My Rating: 1.5 Stars Format Used for Review: Kindle copy received… Continue reading (Mini-Review) Polar Bear Postman by Seigo Kijima

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(REVIEW) Kuma-Kuma Chan’s Travels by Kazue Takahashi

Hello awesome readers. I'm reviewing a children's book today, and this is a perfect example of why I hate being sent requests for children's books on Netgalley. Click the wrong link, find it automatically added to my shelf (affecting my ratio), receive a mess of an e-book that I'm supposed to use for review. A… Continue reading (REVIEW) Kuma-Kuma Chan’s Travels by Kazue Takahashi