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#BookReview The Shining by Stephen King

To say Stephen King is a genius and a legend in the horror world is an understatement. I had been meaning to read The Shining for a very long time - I became determined to read the book before the movie, and I've been dying to watch the movie for the past two years! While… Continue reading #BookReview The Shining by Stephen King

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#BookReview Bed of Roses by Nora Roberts

  Bed of Roses by Nora Roberts is one of my favourite romances! I love wedding themed works - movies, books, art, pictures, clothing, dresses, make-up, hair, etc! I love all of it and I am totally obsessed with the beauty! At the time of reading this book, I was OBSESSED with wedding dress shows,… Continue reading #BookReview Bed of Roses by Nora Roberts

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#BookReview Bella’s Very Wonderful Day

  This book is seriously the cutest I've ever seen! The cover alone is so adorable! The moral of the story - that a bad day can be good if you change the way you look at it - is the best theme I've seen in a long time! It's such an important lesson to… Continue reading #BookReview Bella’s Very Wonderful Day

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#BookReview The Bees (Down in the Garden) by D.C. Swain

  This story is full of soft, warm colours that was really nice on the eyes. The colours really complimented the sweet material written by D.C. Swain. Some of the pictures are full pages, while others are only part of the page. It felt unique seeing the different styles, and I think it worked and… Continue reading #BookReview The Bees (Down in the Garden) by D.C. Swain

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#BookReview The Lost Treasure of Loma Grande by Richard Clark

  This crazy adventure is another epic story by Richard Clark! Half of this story is the actual adventure, while the other half is a journal. Having this dual point of view is a change from Richard's typical story telling, but I found it worked perfectly within the story. Following Rudy and the wild shenanigans… Continue reading #BookReview The Lost Treasure of Loma Grande by Richard Clark

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#BookReview Leaving Home by Duane A. Eide

It's time for another quick book review!! Leaving Home was an interesting fictional read. This novel follows Shane Stenlund after an unfortunate injury that led him to not continuing his secondary school career. He goes off to the big city and learns that life is much different in the city than on the farm. The… Continue reading #BookReview Leaving Home by Duane A. Eide

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#BookReview Return to You by Samantha Chase

This romance novel is a fun page turner that I couldn't put down! Return to You follows James Mongomery and Selena Ainsley as they slowly reconnect with each other. The two have a dramatic past that is slowly revealed throughout the novel, instead of most novels where it is all delivered up front. This wonderful… Continue reading #BookReview Return to You by Samantha Chase

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#BookReview Blood Ties by Mari Mancusi

Here's a quick book review for one of my fave authors: Mari Mancusi!!! Another round of Mari Mancusi's Blood Coven Vampires?! Yes please! I adore Sunny and Magnus, and lucky for us these two are back together! They are one of my top YA couples and we're SO lucky to get another book with these… Continue reading #BookReview Blood Ties by Mari Mancusi

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#BookReview Goodnight, Swampy the Little Monster by Ellie J. Woods

  Goodnight, Swampy the Little Monster is an adorable picture book full of colourful art! I loved the colour contrasting in this book! For me, having adorable pictures with bright, exciting colours if a must for a children's book! The oranges and blues really hit me, which I appreciated! Having Swampy be a light green… Continue reading #BookReview Goodnight, Swampy the Little Monster by Ellie J. Woods

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#BookReview The Black Mzungu by Alexandria Kathleen Osborne

The Black Mzungu was a fantastic non-fiction read about the author, Alexandria Obsorne's, incredible change in scenery. I was shocked by how much I liked this book. I rarely find myself enjoying non-fiction or biographies, but this novel hit all the right notes with me. The author does a fantastic job retelling her life story… Continue reading #BookReview The Black Mzungu by Alexandria Kathleen Osborne