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A Phantom’s Vengeance by Marco Mizzi Book Review

The Review I'm not gonna lie, it's been a hot minute since I picked up a book over 400 pages that wasn't a Harry Potter book. Not because I didn't want to read them, but my romance binge had a lot of shorter stories in it. But it was finally time to dip back into… Continue reading A Phantom’s Vengeance by Marco Mizzi Book Review

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For This Life Only by Stacey Kade – Book Review

The Review Many years ago, Stacey Kade was an author I found refuge in. I was dealing with a lot in life - many hospital visits during my Dad's cancer treatments, high school (which alone is terrifying), my animals nearing old age, bullies, work, school, and all of the troubles of being a teenager trying… Continue reading For This Life Only by Stacey Kade – Book Review

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#BookReview Finnish Nightmares by Karoliina Korhonen

Looking for a quick review of an excellent graphic novel/comic book? This book is relatively short but I was honestly surprised how few reviews it had! This book was absolutely hilarious and a must read. I figured it deserved it's time to shine, so here is my quick review (flashback to my first reviews on… Continue reading #BookReview Finnish Nightmares by Karoliina Korhonen

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Kick at the Darkness by Suleikha Snyder – Book Review

The Review Suleikha Snyder is one of my favourite authors. It's an absolute guilty pleasure of mine to pick up one of her books, get a warm blanket and a cup of tea, and then just sit with my cats and read the day away. What can I say? I'm a sucker for a good… Continue reading Kick at the Darkness by Suleikha Snyder – Book Review

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The Night Shift by Alex Finlay – Book Review

To say The Night Shift by Alex Finlay is good would be an understatement. This thrilling read has all the nostalgia with nights at Blockbuster and angsty teenagers. Then, you throw in the murder spree, the mystery and "who dun it?", the multiple points of view, and the twist ending I didn't see coming… It's… Continue reading The Night Shift by Alex Finlay – Book Review

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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 iAmMoshow’s A New Cattitude – An Illustrated Guide To Getting Through TOUGH Times

Random books tend to come my way, and this one randomly stumbled upon me. A friend gave it to me, saying I should give it a read and I figured… why not? It looked to be pretty cool (and it appears to be indie.. not many reviews are around of it!). First of all, the… Continue reading #BookReview iAmMoshow’s A New Cattitude – An Illustrated Guide To Getting Through TOUGH Times

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Long-Lost Love by Victoria Grant – Book Review

Long-Lost Love is the fourth book in the wonderfully delightful Calderone Family Romance series by Victoria Grant. This series is one of my personal guilty pleasures. Say what you want about that term, but I absolutely love grabbing a Victoria Grant book, a cup of tea, a cozy blanket, and my cats so I can… Continue reading Long-Lost Love by Victoria Grant – Book Review

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#BookReview Virgin River by Robyn Carr

I'm not gonna lie, I gave into the Netflix hype and decided I needed to read this series. And, funnily enough… These books ended up on my doorstep. No joke or lies! My neighbour came over with a bag full of romance books and plopped them down. She explained her and her friends were sharing… Continue reading #BookReview Virgin River by Robyn Carr

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#BookReview Veering Off on Valentine’s by A.J. Kormon

Veering off Valentine's by A.J. Kormon is another super sweet, middle grade read for your eager readers. I do really enjoy these books. I've been on a bit of a middle grade binge lately, but can you blame me? This series specifically is designed for readers who aren't too enthusiastic about reading. There is big… Continue reading #BookReview Veering Off on Valentine’s by A.J. Kormon