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Capitol Punishment by K.D. McQuain – Book Review

The Book Review I have been a fan of K.D. McQuain's for quite some time. This incredible author was one of the first authors to request one of my reviews at the beginning of my book blog journey. His books were also some of the first books on my review list that I knew I… Continue reading Capitol Punishment by K.D. McQuain – Book Review

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The Revenge of Joe Wild by Andrew Komarnyckyj – Book Review

The Book Review Are you looking for YA book recommendations? Well, you've come to the right place. The Revenge of Joe Wild by Andrew Komarnyckyj is a YA western, fiction book that will take you on a winding ride. I've been a fan of Andrew for quite some time, so it was only natural I… Continue reading The Revenge of Joe Wild by Andrew Komarnyckyj – Book Review

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The Gods of Women Have Gone Mad by Wole Akosile – Book Review

The Book Review The Gods of Women Have Gone Mad by Wole Akosile is a unique take on feminism and how cruel the world can be. This horrific story sees many women through genital mutilation and the adversity of women go through. It's sad and scary, but it is something that still happens in this… Continue reading The Gods of Women Have Gone Mad by Wole Akosile – Book Review

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Every Summer After by Carley Fortune – Book Review

The Book Review Every Summer After by Carley Fortune is a wonderful journey across many summers following two star-crossed lovers. Persephone (who goes by Percy) and Sam met when they were kids. They were destined to be, with summers of childish fun turning into a heartfelt romance. Like most childhood sweethearts, things hit a bumpy… Continue reading Every Summer After by Carley Fortune – Book Review

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Toby, Toby Worry Free by Lucinda Grapenthin Ph.D – Book Review

Book Review Toby, Toby, Worry Free by Lucinda Grapenthin is a wonderful children's picture book that teaches children about anxieties and worries. Negative thoughts are natural, as is being worried, scared, or unsure of your surroundings, yourself, and what's going on. As a kid, these thoughts can be very overwhelming and hard to understand. It's… Continue reading Toby, Toby Worry Free by Lucinda Grapenthin Ph.D – Book Review

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Blue Haven by Lisa King – Book Review

The Book Review Blue Haven by Lisa King is one of my top books of 2022! Blue Haven is the world's most luxurious and exclusive condo on the market. It only has five residents, and one of them is our main character: Aloe Malone. She is 25-year old introvert who won the lottery and now… Continue reading Blue Haven by Lisa King – Book Review

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Evy Loe, What Do You Know? by Professor Stork – Book Review

Book Review I know they say don't judge a book by its cover, but Evy Loe, What Do You Know by Professor Stork has one lovable and engaging cover! It's just as fun as the book itself, but you'll have to pick the book up yourself to find that out. Evy Loe and her Dad… Continue reading Evy Loe, What Do You Know? by Professor Stork – Book Review

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Once a Fallen Lady by Eve Pendle – Book Review

The Book Review Once a Fallen Lady by Eve Pendle is the historical romance book I have been patiently waiting for. I LOVE me some romance, and throw in a really good historical element and I am HOOKED. It's hard to find a historical romance that doesn't bring in a lot of politics from the… Continue reading Once a Fallen Lady by Eve Pendle – Book Review

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Summertime with Snowman Paul by Yossi Lapid – Book Review

Book Review It's that time of year again… It's time for a Snowman Paul/Yossi Lapid release! Snowman Paul is easily one of my favourite children's picture book series out there, so I am so very, very thrilled to see this book come out! Yet again, we get to see Snowman Paul and Daniel on an… Continue reading Summertime with Snowman Paul by Yossi Lapid – Book Review

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Penelope and Jack, Together Apart – Book Review

Book Review Penelope and Jack, Together Apart is a unique tale that is clearly inspired by the many days spent in lockdown mode. We were all there - sitting at home with our families, not in school and some not even working, and all of us were stuck there. We love our families, but sometimes… Continue reading Penelope and Jack, Together Apart – Book Review