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An unexpected beta-read result, and a review

Nick Rowe, aka Babbitman (a talented writer who lives in England), beta-read Catling’s Bane for me while it was in the works. It’s the first book in a fantasy/sci-fi series that takes place on another planet. 366 more words

Fantasy

Pieces of Eight - Review

I’ve taken days to write this review because I simply don’t know what to say about this book. We’re not even halfway through the year yet, and I’ve already read so many amazing novels. 727 more words

Reading Review

Reading Wednesday | Shelved Under Murder

In Shelved Under Murder, the second installment of Victoria Gilbert‘s Blue Ridge Library Mystery, Amy Webber returns to using her library research skills to help solve a murder. 209 more words

Writing Spot

“Hex” Jennie Farley (Indigo Dreams Publishing) – poetry review

“Hex” mixes up figures from myth and legend with ordinary people. This isn’t done to bring legends down to size but to elevate the every-day and ask readers to look again at the familiar, focusing on significant, relatable moments. 583 more words

Book Review

Book Review: The Choice by Edith Eger

Pages: 384
Genre: Non-Fiction/Autobiography
Publication Date:
 September 5, 2017
Story Perspective: First-Person
Themes: Holocaust, Identity, Family, Forgiveness, Healing, Happiness

Sixteen-year-old Edith experienced the unimaginable for many of us, the Holocaust. 492 more words

Book Review

Clarissa or the History of a Young Lady by Samuel Richardson.

     Penguin Group | June 2014 Edition (First Edition 2005) | Paperback | 519 Pages

Clarissa is a novel-in-letters by Samuel Richardson. Reading this type of narration is my second time after reading a book… 395 more words

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