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The Kite Runner by Khaled Hosseini

I don’t know why it has taken me so long to get to this book. The amount of times that people have told me to pick up The Kite Runner is astounding. 383 more words


Friday Book Round-Up: Top 10 Favorite Book Bloggers #books #bookbloggers

As many of you know, I’m a huge fan of all things books. That being said, I love the community of book bloggers even more. We spread our love of reading around the world. 100 more words


Weekly Tea Discussion: What is "Well-Read"?

When I looked up the definition of “well-read”, Google gave me this:

Well read

  1. (of a person) knowledgeable and informed as a result of extensive reading.

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Scarab: A Colt Wilder Adventure by @nkarstulovich #BookReview #YA #Adventure

Title: Scarab: A Colt Wilder Adventure

Author: Nathan Karstulovich

Genre: Middle-Grade Adventure

Book Blurb:

Colt Wilder surfs big waves and fights bad guys too. It’s 1941 and a young spy is on a mission to deliver a powerful package to the Ally forces during World War II. 361 more words


My Review of The Elven by Bernhard Hennen

The Elven would appear to be daunting to the average reader … all 765 pages! But to me it was a calling; a challenge. The size of the novel matches  the scope of its narrative – this is classic epic fantasy at its best. 440 more words


The Ladies Temperance Club's Farewell Tour by @jfredlee #bookreview #fiction #roadtrip

Title: The Ladies Temperance Club’s Farewell Tour

Author: Jeff Lee

Genre: Women’s Fiction, Humor, Satire, Crime, Offbeat & Quirky Commercial Fiction

Book Blurb:

Vonda Mae Ables could never hurt a living soul. 632 more words


Quote: My Grandmother Sends Her Regards and Apologies by Fredrik Backman

“But Miamas is Granny and Elsa’s favourite kingdom, because there storytelling is considered the noblest profession of all.

The currency is imagination;

instead of buying something with coins, you buy it with a good story. 17 more words