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Prelude for a Lord by Camille Elliot ~ A Review

An awkward young woman. A haunted young man. A forbidden instrument. Can the love of music bring them together . . . or will it tear them apart? 702 more words


Book: Ketchup clouds

Author: Annabel Pitcher

Title: Ketchup Clouds


Fifteen-year-old Zoe has a secret – a dark and terrible secret that she can’t confess to anyone she knows.

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Review: ROCK COURTSHIP by Nalini Singh

Disclaimer: I received an ARC of this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review.

Nalini Singh, queen of paranormal romance, has once again delved into the contemporary romance with… 947 more words

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Book Review: Lies that Chelsea Handler Told Me by Chelsea's Family, Friends and Other Victims

Lies that Chelsea Handler Told Me

By Chelsea’s Family, Friends and Other Victims

My Rating: 3 Stars

I listened to this book on audio and thought it was the best way to experience it. 423 more words


Review: Viva Frida by Yuyi Morales

Viva Frida by Yuyi Morales

Frida Kahlo is one of the most celebrated female artists in the world.  This picture book is less a biography and more a celebration of her life and art on the page.  Written in brief sentences, the book shows her unique perspective on the world.  It pays homage to the rich love she had in her life, her pet monkey, and all of the inspiration she found around her.  In a world that needs more diverse picture books, this is one worth celebrating. 192 more words

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Fast Five Friday

Fast Five Friday
Hosted by: Reader Noir
Description: Fast Five Friday is a new meme we are starting at Reader Noir! Basically, you choose five books you are looking forward to reading and tell us a little bit about them. 903 more words


Belonging: The Paradox of Citzenship, by Adrienne Clarkson: Review

‘I have made belonging the interest of my life,” writes Adrienne Clarkson in her CBC Massey lecture Belonging: The Paradox of Citizenship. “I was someone who, for a while, did not belong anywhere.” 1,294 more words