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• Hardcover: 368 pages
• Publisher: William Morrow (September 6, 2016)The Book

THE BOOK

The phenomenal true story of the black female mathematicians at NASA whose calculations helped fuel some of America’s greatest achievements in space. 804 more words

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Blog Tour Book Review: The Bookshop on the Corner by Jenny Colgan

About The Bookshop on the Corner

• Paperback: 368 pages
• Publisher: William Morrow Paperbacks (September 20, 2016)

“Losing myself in Jenny Colgan’s beautiful pages is the most delicious, comforting, satisfying treat I have had in ages.”—Jane Green, …

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Review & Tour: The Yard

The Yard
By Aliyyah Eniath
Speaking Tiger Books, April 2016, 284pp

The Short of It:

An engaging family tale.

The Rest of It:

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Good Christian Sex?

When I saw the title of the book, my interest was piqued. The folks at TLC Book Tours asked if I would be interested in participating in a blog book tour of the recently released  754 more words

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Blog Tour Book Review: Marrow by Elizabeth Lesser

About Marrow

• Hardcover: 320 pages
• Publisher: Harper Wave (September 20, 2016)

The author of the New York Times bestseller Broken Open returns with a visceral and profound memoir of two sisters who, in the face of a bone marrow transplant—one the donor and one the recipient—begin a quest for acceptance, authenticity, and most of all, love.

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Blog Tour Book Review: Be Frank with Me by Julia Claiborne Johnson

About Be Frank With Me

• Paperback: 320 pages
• Publisher: William Morrow Paperbacks (September 6, 2016)

A sparkling talent makes her fiction debut with this infectious novel that combines the charming pluck ofEloise, the poignant psychological quirks of The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time and the page-turning spirit of Where’d You Go, Bernadette.

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TLC Book Tours - The Yard

This is a book with such potential.

I was immediately drawn to it by its setting – Trinidad and Tobago. And a wealthy Indo-Muslim  family whose ancestors first settled there as indentured labourers. 542 more words

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