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Boot Language - Review

Many thanks to BookSparks for providing a copy of Boot Language for review!

Boot Language by Vanya Erickson is an incredibly powerful read! Readers are taken back to the author’s first moments in life, covered in blood with her devout Christian Scientist mother refusing to call for help. 595 more words

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Lie Lay Lain - Review

As my fellow PLNs (Passionate Little Nutcases) know, when Tarryn Fisher recommends a

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book, you have no choice but to get your hands on it too (hence the shirt). 533 more words

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Wall of Crosses - Review

Baj Goodson’s debut novella, Wall of Crosses, releases today and it’s bound to leave you begging for more. If the gorgeous cover doesn’t get your attention, this story will grab you from the very first word, raising questions and slowly revealing secrets about a dysfunctional family until the final page. 701 more words

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More of You - Review

With twenty books under her belt, it’s a little surprising More of You was my first A.L. Jackson read. Though I have many of her books waiting on my Kindle, apparently receiving the paperback of this book was the push I needed to make time for this author. 680 more words

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The Little Shop of Found Things – Review

Many thanks to St. Martin’s Press and Netgalley for the chance to read and review this novel early.

I have only good things to say about… 738 more words

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I Like You, I Love Her - Review

I Like You, I Love Her is the type of book I don’t have words for, instead, I’m full to the brim with feelings and nostalgia. 740 more words

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Idle - Review

Excuse me while I fangirl over Fisher Amelie. When I didn’t think I could love her more than I already did, I got to meet her at Book Bonanza and receive the best hug of all-time, then I came home and was able to dive into  940 more words

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