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February’s Massive Diverse Book Haul

Once again I’ve fallen victim to fabulously irresistible book deals that have lured me into their traps! As such, I have a diverse book haul that consists of approximately 35 books!! On one hand, I’m extremely proud of myself for being able to discover so many awesome diverse titles. On the other hand, I’m kicking…… Continue reading February’s Massive Diverse Book Haul

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The Rise: The Originals Book One – A Review

“You may be closer than ever to finding some quaint little hovel, brother, and Rebekah may still win us an army. But I’m building us an empire.” – Niklaus The Rise originally appealed to me because of my guilty-pleasure-like interest in Niklaus and Elijah. I find them to be devilishly delicious and this novel was…… Continue reading The Rise: The Originals Book One – A Review

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Another Episode S : A True Psychological Suspense Thriller

“Mr. Sakaki passed away this spring. He died. So when I saw him this summer, it was his ghost.” A dubious feeling took a hold of me, and I darted me eyes from side to side as I breathed in the chill, stagnant air in the display room there in the basement of the Twilight…… Continue reading Another Episode S : A True Psychological Suspense Thriller

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To New Beginnings… With Big Book Hauls – Pt. 1: Diverse Literature

This year October has been one fantastic month for me. The only reason that it has been so special, giving, and memorable are due solely to the people in my life. My parents made me really awesome food, and we shared so much laughter around the table (mostly at my mum’s expense) that it will…… Continue reading To New Beginnings… With Big Book Hauls – Pt. 1: Diverse Literature

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Freeks: An Apathetic & Mundane Supernatural Thriller

“We don’t need to waste any more time with these freaks.” Minus the rude insult at the end, this is essentially how I felt about my entire experience with Freeks written by Amanda Hocking. It was a superb waste of time where the vast majority of its appeal was locked away in its cover-porn. This…… Continue reading Freeks: An Apathetic & Mundane Supernatural Thriller

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Red Queen: A Story of Conquering Fear

“It was easy to accept the presence of magic in the world, and that animals could talk if you knew how to listen to them… It was easy to accept the pleasant and nice things, but monsters, especially ones from children’s stories, were somehow more difficult to grasp.” Red Queen was another beautiful novel in…… Continue reading Red Queen: A Story of Conquering Fear