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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

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Feminism Frenzy: 5 feminist Books Emma Watson Thinks Everyone Should Read

Emma Watson has always been a dedicated lover of literature, but only during the past year has her passion for books grown to reach countless others across the world. I've shared with you a list of all the books she's recommended thus far, though the following works of feminist literature are ones she holds extra dear… Continue reading Feminism Frenzy: 5 feminist Books Emma Watson Thinks Everyone Should Read

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What To Read This Month: 11 Releases Hitting Shelves In May 2017

Woo! We're already halfway through 2017 (crazy, right?) and man, oh, man has it been one heck of a year already. Though regardless of all that's occurred this year, we still have new releases to look forward to. Check out a few new books coming out this May. 1. A Court of Wings and Ruin (A… Continue reading What To Read This Month: 11 Releases Hitting Shelves In May 2017

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Book Review: Snow by Maxence Fermine

So rare is a book that both delicately and forcefully enchants the reader into a world that they do not dare want to flee from. Snow was unlike anything I have ever read before. It is a very short book, filled with only 100 pages of free-verse poems, dialogue, and profound storytelling, though the way… Continue reading Book Review: Snow by Maxence Fermine

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Pass Me The Popcorn: 4 Books About To Be Turned Into Movies In 2017

There’s no question that Hollywood takes much inspiration from the endless world of literature. Comic books, non-fiction, children’s stories, and a little bit of everything in between has been brought to the big screen for as long as you and I can remember. So, it’s no surprise that the following 4 books are following in the… Continue reading Pass Me The Popcorn: 4 Books About To Be Turned Into Movies In 2017

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#LOL: 9 Books Full Of Endless Humor And Sarcasm

Ah, humor. What a lovely blessing it is to be able to forget about our troubles for a bit and just giggle or bust a gut at something stupid, silly, or just plain ridiculous. If you’re in need of a laugh or two…or 5, look no further than these 9 books. There’s something for everyone!… Continue reading #LOL: 9 Books Full Of Endless Humor And Sarcasm