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book review - Singing Songs by Meg Tilly

Singing Songs by meg tilly

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I want to start off by saying that, although this book is from the perspective of a little girl, it is not for the faint of heart. 949 more words


Kat's Review - Cupid's Secrets

A Review of: Cupid’s Secrets
Kinklectic ~ Thirteen Sexy Stories

Where else are Cupid (aka Eros), the rest of the other Greco-Roman gods and goddesses, a demon, a werewolf, a witch, a trio of were-cats, and a mind meddling vampire going to tangle with hockey superstars, attorneys, bar keeps, nurses, doctors and just your regular average Jack or Jill except in this truly eclectic mix of romantic tales? 165 more words



Set in and around Boston, The Comfort of Lies: A Novel delves into the lives of three women, and what event led to the connections between them. 302 more words

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Born To Bleed by Ryan C. Thomas

The Summer I Died was one of the most horrific and powerful horror books I’ve read. It was a rare classic that really stuck with me. 624 more words

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Book Review - The Closer You Come (Original Heartbreakers #1) by Gena Showalter

This is the first full-length novel of Gena Showalter’s newest series, the Original Heartbreakers (and in case you can’t tell by the cover art, this is definitely one of her non-paranormal romance offerings). 380 more words


1990: Number the Stars (the secret Danish rebellion)

VERDICT: Treasure

Sally’s Rating: 3/5

In Lois Lowry’s Number the Stars, ten-year-old Annemarie’s quiet life is interrupted by Nazi soldiers marching through town and ongoing food shortages from the war. 403 more words

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On Role Models

Wanting to be both notorious and admired in equal portions is ambitious, even for John Waters, deferentially nicknamed Pervert Pollyanna and the Pope of Filth to his largely sycophantic following — he manages to endeavour with these flamboyant personas purely because he is the most flagrant of the Broadway contrarians. 921 more words