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#BookReview Nothing is Strange by Mike Russell

Nothing Is Strange or everything is strange? Mike Russell is a master at oddball books. I always go into these books not knowing what to expect and come out with my mind blown. It's a similar feeling to watching David Bowie music videos or trying to come up with a valid WandaVision theory (Mephisto or… Continue reading #BookReview Nothing is Strange by Mike Russell

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#BookReview 100 Tiny Tales by K. Kris Loomis

This book features one hundred drabbles (stories with one hundred words) by K. Kris Loomis. I had never heard of a drabble before, but man does it sound tough! How does one write a story and perfectly sum it up in one hundred words?! I'm awful at describing myself in little words, so kudos to… Continue reading #BookReview 100 Tiny Tales by K. Kris Loomis

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#BookReview Alone Together: Love, Grief, and Comfort in the Time of COVID-19 by Jennifer Haupt et al

This collection is marvellous, let me tell ya. COVID is driving me (and everyone else, it seems) insane. Being stuck inside, being forced to work to pay bills, being scared and anxious and worried... We're all in the same boat, even when we're not. We're all in this together. And this book reminds readers of… Continue reading #BookReview Alone Together: Love, Grief, and Comfort in the Time of COVID-19 by Jennifer Haupt et al

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#BookReview Dead Women Tell Tales by Rajeev Singh

I picked up Map of Desire, a haunting anthology, to read Rajeev Singh's latest story. This guy is a master of erotic horror (at least in my books) and it's always a pleasure diving into his stories. They are creepy, weird, haunting and everything you expect out of an erotic horror. In all the best… Continue reading #BookReview Dead Women Tell Tales by Rajeev Singh

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#BookReview Sex and Death Edited by Sarah Hall and Peter Hobbs

Sex and Death is a mixed bag of stories full of, you guessed it, sex and death. This anthology features a large array of short stories. I say it's a mixed bag because, like any set of stories, some of them are amazing and some of them don't hit as well. What I've found is… Continue reading #BookReview Sex and Death Edited by Sarah Hall and Peter Hobbs

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#BookReview 100 Tiny Tales by K. Kris Loomis

This book features one hundred drabbles (stories with one hundred words) by K. Kris Loomis. I had never heard of a drabble before, but man does it sound tough! How does one write a story and perfectly sum it up in one hundred words?! I'm awful at describing myself in little words, so kudos to… Continue reading #BookReview 100 Tiny Tales by K. Kris Loomis

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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

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#BookReview Mastering Her Senses by Laura Kaye

Mastering Her Senses by Laura Kaye is one mega hot novel that will leave you breathless. I picked this book up as apart of the anthology A Love Thing - I was told by the amazing author Tamsen Parker that the anthology book (full of tons of sexy ebooks) was free on Amazon, so I… Continue reading #BookReview Mastering Her Senses by Laura Kaye

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#BookReview Tiger Tiger by Johanna Skibsrud

I won't lie, this book was hard to read. I was super excited to read another anthology/short story book, but this one let me down!! Each story was unique in it's idea - I thought each would have made a great novel all on their own, with the little short story being a "pilot run"… Continue reading #BookReview Tiger Tiger by Johanna Skibsrud

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#BookReview Life Seemed Good, But… by Richard Bell

  I have been slowly reading this incredible anthology book and I have to say, it is 100% worth it if you need a laugh! This anthology series is all about comedy. Each little story (and I mean little, some are hardly a page) is full of smiles and giggles to make your day a… Continue reading #BookReview Life Seemed Good, But… by Richard Bell