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Books I enjoyed in 2016

Well, hi everyone! Trust me when I say I know how ridiculous it is to post a recap of last year’s reading highlights when it’ll be May in a week, but that’s how my life is these days, apparently. 992 more words


Bullseye by James Patterson 

Bullseye by James Patterson; 339 pages


The president has come to New York to speak to the UN. The president’s life is in danger and it is Detective Michael Bennett who foils the assassination attempt. 203 more words


Pre-review: THE HATE U GIVE, by Angie Thomas

I haven’t been around much lately– I’ve had a distinct lack of things to say, to be honest– and this post isn’t going to change things all that much, but at the moment I’m halfway through… 134 more words


The Legend of Rock Paper Scissors - Perfect Picture Book Friday

As we prepare to do battle in the name of science on Earth Day tomorrow, I thought I’d put the spotlight on the legendary battles being played across the country, the ones happening in school yards, classrooms, and perhaps during dinner when children are challenged to eat their vegetables, no matter how odious.   357 more words


REVIEW: Who Let The Gods Out by Maz Evans

Elliot’s mum is ill and his home is under threat, but a shooting star crashes to earth and changes his life forever. The star is Virgo – a young Zodiac goddess on a mission. 311 more words

Book Review

Renegades: Origins Free 21-23 APRIL

Hey everyone, I’ve got a new cover for Renegades: Origins.  In honor of that, I’ve put it up free for the weekend.  If you haven’t got a copy yet,  here’s your opportunity and please leave me a review! 7 more words


Friday Reads - The Mothers by Brit Bennett 

I loved this book – a simple, beautifully written story about love, friendship and growing up.

Nadia is a beautiful, cool, intelligent teenager, fancied by all the boys and with a glimmering career ahead of her – everyone knows she is intelligent enough to go to college. 351 more words