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Book a Month: Bill Bryson

No spoilers! This is the beginning of a series, a monthly book review. Seeing as I read them all the time, I thought I might dip into a little scrutinising! 246 more words

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BOOK of the MONTH!

Hi readers! Gennavieve and I have a book club that we do with our friends where we *try* to read 1 book a month. We do a round robin for who picks the books! 336 more words

Millennial Moments

December/January Book Subscription Boxes 

These are the books that I got in book subscription services in December and January. Because I’m doing two months worth I’m not going to give a synopsis for each one but if you’re interested in any you can leave me a comment or check them out on Goodereads. 145 more words

January Book of the Month

Good morning my friends! Aftet losts of set backs in the last 4 months im super stoked that is it finally time to announce January’s book of the month!!!! 72 more words

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Book Review: The Dark Lake by Sarah Bailey

Fifteen days into the new year and I am finished with my second book of 2018! Hopefully I continue this trend throughout the year. I decided to follow up the poetry with a thriller. 525 more words

As Bright As Heaven -Review

Last night I finished reading As Bright As Heaven by Susan Meissner. (ABAH) It was my first novel by her.¬† Honestly I never would have picked up the book, or any of her books if I hadn’t been persuaded by my husband to join the… 725 more words

As Bright As Heaven

'Red Clocks' shows you what it's like to be a woman

Leni Zumas “Red Clocks” is a book about cannots. How a woman cannot be published because she’s not a man. How a woman cannot finish her law degree because she became a mother. 407 more words

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