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Why I Love Keeping a Book Journal

I have been keeping a book journal since late 2017. My process with how I journal has changed but I’ve kept it up consistently and the more I journal the more I enjoy it. 763 more words

To Read Or Not To Read: How To Squeeze More Reading Into Your Day

“We read in bed because reading is halfway between life and dreaming, our own consciousness in someone elseÔÇÖs mind.”

– Anna Quindlen

Like any reader knows, we have good reading weeks and we have bad ones.

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Review: My Sister, The Serial Killer // Sisters, Killers, and The Trauma That Binds

Review by Mary Kat

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  • Recommend for: Those in the mood for a funny and deliciously dark read

Sisters, Killers, and The Trauma That Binds… 729 more words

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Well, it was a good run.

Nearly two and a half years, and now… it’s done.

If you’re a regular visitor to this blog, you might have noticed something missing this past Tuesday: There was no review. 363 more words

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August YA Book of the Month Club

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New Read: Runemarks

Since loving Joanne M. Harris’ refreshing twist on Norse mythology in The Gospel of Loki, back in 2016, I have long been anticipating reading more, and yet Runemarks – Harris’ 2007 young adult novel, also inspired by Norse mythology and folklore – has languished on my Kindle for several years! 569 more words

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