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Book Review: The First Family Detail: Secret Service Agents Reveal the Hidden Lives of the Presidents by Ronald Kessler

I'm under the impression that not many young adults (peeps between 16-25 let's say), read a lot of non-fiction. Especially political nonfiction. But there are a handful that do, like myself, and that leads me to this review. Even if you're not all that interested in political history or stories, First Family Detail, even though… Continue reading Book Review: The First Family Detail: Secret Service Agents Reveal the Hidden Lives of the Presidents by Ronald Kessler

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These 5 Books Are What Bill Gates Thinks You Should Read This Summer

It is that time of year again when the sun is shining its brilliant rays into our windows, the sandy beach is calling our name, and, of course, billionaire Bill Gates shares his book suggestions for the summer. And what do you know? I got them right here for you.   1. The Heart by Maylis de Kerangal Synopsis:… Continue reading These 5 Books Are What Bill Gates Thinks You Should Read This Summer

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Book Review: We Are the Goldens by Dana Reinhardt

Ah, a sister tale that I was hoping would be full of sinister secrets, drama, and tender moments. Reinhardt's YA novel doesn't completely disappoint, though I felt like I invested so much in the story that the ending was like being pushed off a cliff. Let me explain further, When they were in their tot… Continue reading Book Review: We Are the Goldens by Dana Reinhardt

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Book Review: Where The Wild Things Are by Maurice Sendak

This kid's book is a little weird and didn't really meet whatever expectations I had for it. Originally published 54 years ago in 1963, Sendak's story follows a rather badly behaved little boy named Max who, after another obnoxious episode, is sent to his room without supper (pretty harsh but hey). Max soon finds himself… Continue reading Book Review: Where The Wild Things Are by Maurice Sendak

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Book Review: Twit And Wisdom: Memorable Words From Donald J. Trump By Irma Scrivener

It’s finally come. A true, remarkable work that embodies the truth of who our 45th President, Donald J. Trump, really is. Scrivener’s short book manages to capture the power and depth of his words from speeches and interviews throughout the years, leading up to the third and final presidential debate against Hillary Clinton. A great… Continue reading Book Review: Twit And Wisdom: Memorable Words From Donald J. Trump By Irma Scrivener

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Book Review: YOU by Caroline Kepnes

Even though I watch a good amount of Law & Order: SVU with my mama, I haven't really read many stories that deal with crime or stalkers. YOU has been a book that I've been wanting to delve into for a while now, though it was extremely popular for a while and I like to… Continue reading Book Review: YOU by Caroline Kepnes

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Book Review: 17 Deadly Women Through The Ages: True Crime by Stephanie Glover

Free e-books often get a bad rep in the book community and I honestly don't understand  why. Every night just about, I search either iBooks or Google Play Books for the new free books being offered. Both keep their free book selection fairly updated so I would recommend checking either one out every once in… Continue reading Book Review: 17 Deadly Women Through The Ages: True Crime by Stephanie Glover

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Book Review: Oz The Great and Powerful by Elizabeth Rudnick

I'm a huge fan of L. Frank Baum's original Oz series. Maybe it has to do with the time in which they were written and published (during the early 1900s) or the fact that they were imagined, created, and put to paper by Baum himself. Oz is such a place filled with wonder, peace, joy,… Continue reading Book Review: Oz The Great and Powerful by Elizabeth Rudnick

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Dollar Tree Book Haul! 🤓📚

Yay! My first book Haul! When I go out to run errands and pass a Dollar Tree, there's a 110% chance I'll stop by. My mom got me hooked on dollar tree book shopping when she bought me a few books from there that I'm PRETTY SURE I saw at Barnes & Noble's for $20.… Continue reading Dollar Tree Book Haul! 🤓📚

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Book Review: The Wonderful Wizard Of Oz by L. Frank Baum

Everyone knows the catchy "follow the yellow brick road" time that accompanied L. Frank Bain's classic chavaters in the 1939 movie. I grew up watching the timeless film (thankfully in color because it's so much more magical that way)and reading the first novel in a series of 14 (yes, Baum went on to write 13… Continue reading Book Review: The Wonderful Wizard Of Oz by L. Frank Baum