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Woman: An Intimate Geography - Natalie Angier (1999)

In the developed world of modernity, the average female enjoys rights and freedoms once unimaginable to her grandmother. She can pursue education, seek employment of her choice, participate in politics, share her life with the man or woman she desires (or not!), even divorce from a hurtful partner. 1,380 more words

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Ghostbusters Novelization, Nancy Holder

I don’t always read movie novelizations, and when I do, I usually read Alan Dean Foster. But this novelization caught my eye, one, because Ghostbusters was a kick-ass feminist representation, and two, the author has also written for fandom staples like… 148 more words

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Greek Mythology, by in60Learning.com: #BookReview.

Subtitled ‘Beyond Mount Olympus’, this small book is a short introduction to the broad and complex area of the Greek Myths.

A bold undertaking to attempt to condense centuries of myth and legend, featuring a myriad heroes, gods, goddesses, nymphs and satyrs, this slim volume does its best. 231 more words

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All The Missing Girls #10

Hey Booklovers! So today the book am about to review is All the Missing Girls by Megan Miranda. It’s a thriller about a girl named Nicolette Farrell and the supporting cast and the disappearance of two missing girls – a decade apart. 450 more words

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The Kidult Handbook Book Review from @kleffnotes

Do you ever just need time to relax and can’t exactly figure out just what to do to de-stress? Nicole Booz shares 160 ways to embrace your inner child and let your adult worries drift away in her book… 339 more words

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Throwback Thursday: May 24th, 2018

I decided to do Throwback Thursday but blog style. I am going to select a book I have read before and see if I would still read it. 301 more words

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#Blogtour: Worth The Risk by K. Bromberg @KBrombergDriven @socialbutterflypr #arc #review #sexy #adorable

I am so excited to be participating in the Blog Tour: Worth The Risk by K. Bromberg. See My Thoughts on this wonderful novel. 

“Bromberg is a master at turning up the heat.” 2,003 more words

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