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#BookReview Below by Jason Chabot

Below by Jason Chabot was a good quality fictional novel. The story and plot line had wonderful ideas within it. It had good direction and would be great for a Young Adult or Pre Teen reader. I was not super into this book, but it was good quality. Personally I found it very boring, but… Continue reading #BookReview Below by Jason Chabot

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#BookReview Lovely Chaos by Joe Montaperto

Lovely Chaos by Joe Montaperto is a vivid retelling of a Comedian's life. This book surprised me! I wasn't sure what to expect since I was stepping out of my comfort zone for the types of books I normally read, but Joe really hit it out of the park! This comedian take on an acting… Continue reading #BookReview Lovely Chaos by Joe Montaperto

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#BookReview Pandora’s Lunch Box: Don’t Open! by Richard Clark

  Richard Clark has another winner on his hand with Pandora's new book! The cover itself was really cool - it gave me "Inside Out" (by Pixar) vibes. It's unique and not following the typical trend with recent covers (which I love, by the way! Uniqueness for the win!). Pandora's sense of curiosity reminds me… Continue reading #BookReview Pandora’s Lunch Box: Don’t Open! by Richard Clark

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#BookReview A Habit of Resistance by Fernando A. Torres

A Habit of Resistance was a great war read revolving around a group of large personality nuns! When reading A Habit of Resistance I was not entirely sure what the plot was. By the end of the book I was rather confused as to what the big plot idea was. Was it to stop some… Continue reading #BookReview A Habit of Resistance by Fernando A. Torres

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#FreeBook Happy Thanksgiving from Briar featuring an interview from Kelley Kaye Bowles!

On this lovely day before the American Thanksgiving, I am going to share an amazing offer with you! Not only will you get to read an amazing blog post but you also have a chance at a free book! So, take a peek at the content below and at the very end you'll have a… Continue reading #FreeBook Happy Thanksgiving from Briar featuring an interview from Kelley Kaye Bowles!

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#BookReview Light My Fire by Katie MacAlister

  Aisling Grey is by far my favourite of all of the women in this dragon universe by Katie MacAlister! She is cute, sassy and the perfect female lead for this comedic, fantastical romance! Drake and Aisling are definitely the "perfect" pair, at least in my eyes. Their relationship is definitely not "normal" by any… Continue reading #BookReview Light My Fire by Katie MacAlister

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#BookReview I Don’t Want to Eat Bugs by Rachel Branton

  I Don't Want to Eat Bugs is absolutely adorable! The art style in this book is more cartoon-y than "artsy", but it stands out really well! That gives it a unique feature that really stands out, in my opinion. While that may turn some readers away, the details in this book were fantastic! Just… Continue reading #BookReview I Don’t Want to Eat Bugs by Rachel Branton

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#BookReview Cursed Vines by Suzanne Ferreira

  Cursed Vines by Suzanne Ferreira is a unique mix of suspense, thrills and fantasy! This book surprised me with how fantastic it was - not often do I pick up a book with no reviews on Goodreads and it be absolutely magical in all the best ways! I feel like a really lucky reader… Continue reading #BookReview Cursed Vines by Suzanne Ferreira

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#BookReview A Dog of My Own by Richard Clark

  Richard Clark has made yet another super cute novel! This time around Jonas wants a dog, and by luck and chance he gets one! I thought the idea behind this story was super unique and I had never thought much about renting a dog before. It was a silly topic that I would have… Continue reading #BookReview A Dog of My Own by Richard Clark

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#BookReview Dare to Dream by Hudson Lin from the Rogue Nights Anthology Collection

Due to time constraints, I was only able to read Hudson Lin's story. But, if the rest of these stories are half as good as Dare to Dream by Hudson Lin, then this anthology is absolutely fantastic! This story follows Diego and Derek, two laws students, and their growing bond. Diego is a DACA recipient… Continue reading #BookReview Dare to Dream by Hudson Lin from the Rogue Nights Anthology Collection