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Anthem's Fall by S. L. Dunn

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I asked the author what inspired the gods and goddesses in Anthem’s Fall.  993 more words

How to alienate your secret crush in less than 10 minutes: The December Brown story

 

Or at least that’s the way it starts when the pop singer’s meddlesome talk show host friend tries to play cupid on live TV. The object of her affection, handsome actor Tom Elmswood didn’t know what to expect when they met, but is there still a chance at romance for these two lonely celebrities? 14 more words

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"Lacey's house" by Joanne Graham

A beautifully written, well crafted, debut “Lacey’s house” is a novel told in two voices.  Alternate chapters introduce us to Rachel — a young, single, and solitary artist who has just miscarried — and Lacey, an elderly women with a horrific past who is shunned socially.   397 more words

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In the Light of What We Know

 “If metaphors increase our understanding, they do so only because they can take us back to a familiar vantage, which is to say that a metaphor cannot bring anything nearer.

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"Where the devil can't go" by Anya Lipska

There is a Polish proverb: Gdzie diabel nie moze, tam babe posle (Where the devil can’t go, he’ll send a woman)

Set in London, this debut crime thriller is the first in a series featuring rookie DC Natalie Kershaw, and Janusz Kiszka, a builder and unofficial ‘fixer’ and ‘go-to man’ in East London’s Polish community.  358 more words

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[Review] Love Letters to the Dead *Tissues required*

“There are some things that I can’t tell anyone, except the people who aren’t here anymore.”

- Love Letters to the Dead

Its been a while since a book reduced me to tears.

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The Bees by Laline Paull


“Flora 717 is a sanitation worker, a member of the lowest caste in her orchard hive where work and sacrifice are the highest virtues and worship of the beloved Queen the only religion. 548 more words

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