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What I'm Reading: The Last Lecture

The Last Lecture is a book Professor Randy Pausch wrote to go along with the lecture he gave at Carnegie Mellon. In fact, that’s how I came across this book. 200 more words

Åsne Seierstad – Two sisters

Two sisters is a book written by Norwegian author/journalist. It’s a real story about two Muslim sisters, 16 years old Leila and 19 years old Ayan, who in 2013 decided to leave their lives in Norway and travelled down to Syria to help… 585 more words


Reading Rec: It Takes Two to Tumble

June is LGBT+ Pride Month! That means LGBT+ book reviews, which means books I probably would have read on my own, but now, I’m making myself review them consistently. 420 more words


Reading Like a Writer: Poetry Every Day

by Kristen Holt Browning

When the poet Lucie Brock-Broido died in March, I felt a pang of shame. I had never read her, even though throughout college and grad school, I read lots of poetry. 477 more words


Not Her Gargoyle -- BLITZ

Not Her Gargoyle
Annie Nicholas
Publication date: June 18th 2018
Genres: Adult, Paranormal, Romance

Ruby is done with jerks, dead-end jobs, and eviction notices. Everyone else she knows is finding ways out of this crappy neighborhood, so why can’t she?

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Book Review: Trust Me Not

If you are following my blog and have read most of my reviews, you must be aware of the fact that I love reading thriller. The suspense and other elements are always interesting in such novels. 284 more words


Miss Wilton’s Waltz by Josie S. Kilpack

I die. Josie got me again.

What did I do to deserve such goodness from a writer? I’m sure I don’t know.

Granted. Lord Fenton’s Folly is and will probably always remain my favorite novel by Josie. 225 more words