Series in Review #2: Laurel Heights

Series in Review #2: Laurel Heights
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From time to time, I’ve mentioned on this blog my growing love for Kate Perry. No, not the singer – the writer. I discovered her quite by accident – she was offering a free book on Kobo. And as far as marketing goes? That one free book definitely paid of as far as I’m concerned. […]

About Books #47: Tuesdays With Morrie

About Books #47: Tuesdays With Morrie
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When I first read a book by Mitch Albom, I didn’t quite expect to fall in love with his writing as much as I did. Or to end up slowly buying all of his work. Well – very slowly, I should say. But so far, I’ve bought, read and loved three of his works. And obviously: […]

Series in Review #1: The Wicked and the Divine

Series in Review #1: The Wicked and the Divine
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I’m not usually one to read a lot of graphic novels or comics. I think part of it’s just that I like creating my own images for characters and world. And part of it is probably that I just wouldn’t know where to begin. But then, of course, there’s my sister. Who does love those genres, […]

About Books #46: The Day Is Ready For You

About Books #46: The Day Is Ready For You
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Sometimes, you get to books in a pretty complicated way. For The Day Is Ready For You, for example, I found it because I really like Amanda Lovelace’s poetry collection (review tpshito, review twdbito). Her husband, Cyrus Parker, is also a poet – I haven’t gotten to his work yet, but from what I’ve seen of […]

About Books #44: Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda

About Books #44: Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda
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I know, I know, I’m completely behind the times. How could I possibly not have read this yet, etc. and so on and so forth. I actually had planned to read Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda for the #inloveathon. But then school started back up just as the inloveathon actually took place and, well… […]

About Books #43: The Little Wedding Island

About Books #43: The Little Wedding Island
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There’s journalism, there’s love, there’s a handsome and overly sarcastic arch-rival There’s even an island that may or may not have magical powers where mariages are concerned. It’s Jaimie Admans The Little Wedding Island! The book “‘Will you… pretend to marry me?’ Bonnie Haskett loves everything about weddings. She loves her job at a national […]

About Books #42: Wedding Bells at the Dog & Duck

About Books #42: Wedding Bells at the Dog & Duck
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There’s a certain kind of lovely cliché about wanting to get married. And then the other person just… Doesn’t. Or they do, but they have doubts, or fears, or… And if you add that “cliché” to the wonderfullness that is Max and Ellie? Well, you end up with Wedding Bells at the Dog and Duck. Sort of […]