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#TopAuthors “Just Kelley” – Kelley Kaye Bowles, Kelley Kaye, etc.

Who doesn't love a new blog post series? This time around I have started a new tradition of #TopAuthors to showcase some of the best and the brightest authors I've come across. And... stay tuned! Because this author has codes for her audiobook! The first few people who comment or send me a feedback form… Continue reading #TopAuthors “Just Kelley” – Kelley Kaye Bowles, Kelley Kaye, etc.

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#BookReview Zachary and the Great Potato Catastrophe by Junia Wonders

This tale is super sweet and adorable! The very beginning had me hooked instantly - this tale might be true, and the identity of the leads are disguised. How much cuter can this book get?! The soft tones of the art in this book made me feel really happy. I love the style and I… Continue reading #BookReview Zachary and the Great Potato Catastrophe by Junia Wonders

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#BookReview Gods in Oslo by John Plaski

Gods in Oslo by John Plaski is a thrilling ride full of super power-like abilities, Odin and the gods and love of action! This book looks very daunting - it's over 400 pages and looked WAY to big to tackle, but I did it anyways. It was one of the greatest decisions I ever made,… Continue reading #BookReview Gods in Oslo by John Plaski

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#BookReview Carrying Albert Home by Homer Hickam

Carrying Albert Home by Homer Hickam is a seriously funny book that will take you on one wild adventure. Books like these are always my favourites - they tell fun and inviting stories and welcome you into someone else's world. I also identify as an 'old soul' so I get a real kick out of… Continue reading #BookReview Carrying Albert Home by Homer Hickam

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#BookReview The Fencers by Geza Tatrallyay

The Fencers by Geza Tatrallyay is a beautifully woven, true tale of perseverance and fencing! Autobiographies and biographies are one of those 'genres' that I really fall in love with when I start diving into them. Reading about someone's life and peeking into their mind is a truly marvelous experience for me! Having the opportunity… Continue reading #BookReview The Fencers by Geza Tatrallyay

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#BookReview The Murder of Leopold Beckenbauer by K. Kris Loomis

Man, oh man. I did NOT see that ending coming! Like... wow! What in the world just happened?! The Murder of Leopold Beckenbauer takes some wild twists and turns in this rather short story. K. Kris Loomis does an absolutely marvelous job at allowing us a peek at Claire's life and the brains of a… Continue reading #BookReview The Murder of Leopold Beckenbauer by K. Kris Loomis

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#BookReview A Long, Hot Summer by Kathleen MacMahon

The Long, Hot Summer by Kathleen MacMahon is one of the loveliest books I've read this year. Family drama, generations of Irish men & ladies, comedy, tragedy and character growth. What more could a girl ask for in novel? Not much else!! I was truly surprised by how amazing this book was, considering it has… Continue reading #BookReview A Long, Hot Summer by Kathleen MacMahon

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#BookReview Stealing Snow by Danielle Paige

Stealing Snow by Danielle Paige is a YA, fairy tale adaption of The Snow Queen. I had no idea what to expect from this book and I still don't... I think I'll need the sequel to better understand how I feel about this book... But at this time, I don't know if a sequel is… Continue reading #BookReview Stealing Snow by Danielle Paige

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#BookReview Cinder by Marissa Meyer

I bought this book YEARS ago when I got my wisdom teeth out. Actually, my Mom bought it for me because I was drugged up from having my wisdom teeth out and there was a massive book sale. I gave her a list of books and she got them for me, and then this book… Continue reading #BookReview Cinder by Marissa Meyer

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#BookReview Yara’s Tawari Tree by Yossi Lapid

Yossi Lapid does it again with another beautifully written story with a truly marvelous (and important!) theme. Yara's Tawari Tree follows a young girl named Yara in her rain forest, jungle hut. Her parrot friend brings her to a little tree seedling that is going to be cut down due to deforestation and together they… Continue reading #BookReview Yara’s Tawari Tree by Yossi Lapid