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#BookReview Little White Lies by Jennifer Lynn Barnes

I've been meaning to pick up a book by Jennifer Lynn Barnes FOR YEARS. She's one of those authors I've been standing and staring at through the bookstore's glass window, but just never managed to get my hands on one. Then, I stumbled across Little White Lies and the rest was history. I decided it… Continue reading #BookReview Little White Lies by Jennifer Lynn Barnes

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#BookReview The Woman in Cabin 10 by Ruth Ware

The Woman in Cabin 10 was a book that had me thoroughly engaged and kept me hooked at every turn. I'm surprised I ever put it down! Now, I will be honest - it's not the best book I've ever read but it was a well-written book. The writing style really vibes with me, to… Continue reading #BookReview The Woman in Cabin 10 by Ruth Ware

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Mansa’s Little Reminders: Scratching the Surface of Financial Literacy by A.D. Williams and Kendal Fordham – Book Review

Once upon a time in a distant land… Briar taught financial literacy. I've done so many things in my career and life, it's sometimes bonkers to think I'm not an eighty-year-old lady (my knees agree with me being eighty and sometimes my back, but alas… I am not). Financial Literacy is super important and it… Continue reading Mansa’s Little Reminders: Scratching the Surface of Financial Literacy by A.D. Williams and Kendal Fordham – Book Review

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The Legend of the Summer Snowflake by Professor Stork – Book Review

Overview I absolutely love fun and engaging children's books. There's nothing like dipping into the nostalgia and enjoying a well-illustrated story! Lucky for me, Professor Stork created an adorable tale in The Legend of the Summer Snowflake. This is the first book in The Sky Watch Series. The series will follow a group of friendly… Continue reading The Legend of the Summer Snowflake by Professor Stork – Book Review

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#BookReview Greenwich Park by Katherine Faulkner

Greenwich Park by Katherine Faulkner was a delightfully binge-worthy book that I couldn't get my hands off of. I managed to binge-read this book in three nights. I had to put it down, but I really didn't want to. I love a great thriller read with leading women, especially when it makes you question what… Continue reading #BookReview Greenwich Park by Katherine Faulkner

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#BookReview Ezra Slef: The Next Nobel Laureate in Literature by Andrew Komarnyckyj

Ezra Slef: The Next Nobel Laureate in Literature by Andrew Komarnyckyj is a wickedly smart novel. I'm going to be honest, the synopsis didn't give me a good idea of how this book was going to go. The level of comedy and intelligent sarcasm in this book is through the roof. The introduction alone was… Continue reading #BookReview Ezra Slef: The Next Nobel Laureate in Literature by Andrew Komarnyckyj

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#BookReview Davy’s Dragon Castle by Mary & Michael Schmidt

I'd like to start off by saying that the illustrations in this book are FABULOUS. Seriously, the fantasy and colours all combined on this page scream fantastical, fun, and dream-like. I loved it! While they say don't judge a book by its cover, I'm definitely judging and giving all the props to the illustrator! These… Continue reading #BookReview Davy’s Dragon Castle by Mary & Michael Schmidt

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#BookReview The Fourth Circle of Hell by Gary Rappard

The Fourth Circle of Hell by Gary Rappard has long been on my list. I've been eying this book down but knew I needed a good amount of time to sit down and take it all in. This book appears to be heavily inspired by Dan Brown's writing style, so you instantly know you need… Continue reading #BookReview The Fourth Circle of Hell by Gary Rappard

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#BookReview The Mind Spins by Geza Tatrallyay

The Mind Spins by Geza Tatrallyay is a fun and intriguing selection of short stories, all crafted from Geza's creative mind or from his even more wacky dreams. It's nice every once in a while to dip into some short stories or anthologies. Short pieces of fiction can really make you think or wonder what… Continue reading #BookReview The Mind Spins by Geza Tatrallyay

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#BookReview Combustible Punch by Paul Michael Peters

Combustible Punch is a thriller by Paul Michael Peters that opens up with one wow-ing chapter. When you open up to a woman introducing herself as a serial killer after a romp with our main character in a hotel, it is quite jarring and intriguing. I haven't found many first chapters that have me raising… Continue reading #BookReview Combustible Punch by Paul Michael Peters