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Review: 'Forever My Girl' - Heidi McLaughlin

I’ll admit, I read this book a while ago but recently gave it another read.  I liked it the first time around and still do…sign of a good read! 99 more words

Son - by Lois Lowry

Lois Lowry’s book The Giver was one of the first dystopias that I read as a young person. I still remember being entranced by it, and loving the strange sense of being both attracted to and disturbed by this strange new world — a sense that I’ve come to associate with good dystopian worlds over time. 298 more words


Amy & Roger's Epic Detour

Title: Amy & Roger’s Epic Detour by Morgan Matson | Genre: Young Adult | Rating: 4.5 stars

Blurb: Amy Curry is not looking forward to her summer. 546 more words


I finished my novel!

It’s taken me years. Actual years.

I started writing my first book in 2009, I think it was. I’ve written a few since then but this was the one I was determined to finish and try to get published first because  234 more words

Living Life

Chapter 18 - Part 13

“The scepter!” he shouted. “It’s the key for the chest!”

John looked at him suspiciously. “You better be right.”

Mark said nothing. The pounding of his heart had become deafening to his ears. 32 more words


Shifted For Love-C.A. Tibbitts

“Shifted For Love” is a paranomal romance of sorts and it was adorable. It was short, sweet and didn’t dilly dally. The book follows two main characters Fiona and Jace. 234 more words


Book Review: How Many Letters Are in Goodbye? by Yvonne Cassidy


Seventeen-year-old Rhea Farrell carries the scars of a childhood accident in which she lost her arm. But she also carries scars that aren’t so visible–the loss of a mother she hardly remembers, the impact of her father’s drinking, and her confusion and pain around accepting her sexuality.

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