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#BookReview Schmuck the Buck: Santa’s Jewish Reindeer by EXO Books

Schmuck the Buck is yet another hit by EXO Books! Recently, I've been on a picture books/children's books binge so of course I would be interested in another goofy, picture book full of Christmas mischief! This book felt like my inner sarcastic child's dream of a Christmas story. Forget the main reindeer team! Those losers… Continue reading #BookReview Schmuck the Buck: Santa’s Jewish Reindeer by EXO Books

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#BookReview A Very Scalzi Christmas by John Scalzi

If you're looking for a humorous, seasonal book packed full of holiday comedy, you need to pick up A Very Scalzi Christmas by John Scalzi. I am new to John Scalzi. I have been informed his writing is superb and he can be quite snarky, so of course I was in. To top it off,… Continue reading #BookReview A Very Scalzi Christmas by John Scalzi

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#BookReview Bunnicula by James & Deborah Howe

Happy Spooky Month! This is my favourite time of year, so it's time to share some of my fave spooky reads! This particular book is a personal fave from my youth. Enjoy!   Back in the day, Bunnicula was THE book to read in elementary school. The class clambered to the front of the classroom… Continue reading #BookReview Bunnicula by James & Deborah Howe

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#BookReview The Amazing Snowman Duel by Yossi Lapid

  Snowman Paul is back, and this time he's down for a duel! Yossi Lapid's sweet series about the friendly Snowman Paul is one of my fave kids series at the moment. It's short, fun and teaches some valuable lessons! It's only natural for me to continue to snowball my way through the series (haha,… Continue reading #BookReview The Amazing Snowman Duel by Yossi Lapid

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#BookReview Seeing Colour by Amber Faucher

If you're seeking a fun and flirty romantic comedy, then Seeing Colour is the perfect fit! Welcome to Scotland! Evie, a young adult from good ol' Alberta, Canada, packs her things and moves to Scotland as a bit of a rebellion against her troubles. She's an Optician (a person who makes the lenses for glasses),… Continue reading #BookReview Seeing Colour by Amber Faucher

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#BookReview The Perfect Fit by Mary Jayne Baker

Mary Jayne Baker's hit The Perfect Fit is an amazingly British story that brightened up my day! Mary Jayne is one of my newest, most favourite authors around. Her stories are full of romance and comedy, as well as so much British slang and jokes that I can't help but be addicted to them! My… Continue reading #BookReview The Perfect Fit by Mary Jayne Baker

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#BookReview Kissing Coffins by Ellen Schreiber

Ah, yes. Another throwback from my teen years - Kissing Coffins, the second book in the marvelous Vampire Kisses series. Just a gentle reminder, these books are Young Adult novels with young, lovely characters who act like immature kids (because, they are YOUNG). If you're looking for a True Blood or Game of Thrones level… Continue reading #BookReview Kissing Coffins by Ellen Schreiber

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#BookReview Scarlett by Marissa Meyer

I almost NEVER buy books full price because as a university student it's just not in the budget. BUT AFTER THAT AWFUL CLIFFHANGER IN BOOK ONE I COULDN'T LEAVE THIS BOOK ON THE SHELF! I mean, I did get a good sale on the book BUT I STILL BOUGHT IT FROM A FANCY SMANCY BOOK… Continue reading #BookReview Scarlett by Marissa Meyer

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#BookReview Vampireville by Ellen Schreiber

Vampireville, the third book in the amazing Vampire Kisses series by Ellen Schreiber, is another excellent addition to my bookshelf! I love this series and I have a very obvious bias towards it. This series was a big part of my teenage years and it's hard to not jump back into this series and fall… Continue reading #BookReview Vampireville by Ellen Schreiber

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#BookReview Dear Haiti, Love Alaine

I love exploring new cultures, so having the opportunity to pick up Dear Haiti, Love Alaine was absolutely thrilling for me! This novel follows the lovely Alaine as she gets sent to Haiti to fulfill a school project. Along the way she helps out her Tati's PATRON PAL app/company, meets a cute guy, learns who… Continue reading #BookReview Dear Haiti, Love Alaine