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4 Ways To Potentially Make Money As A Book Blogger

Let's be honest, book blogging is hardly a job that one can quit their day job for and financially depend on for full-time. And perhaps that's not what a majority of us are looking for out of blogging anyway. Maybe we just enjoy talking about things on the internet. But, it would be a plus… Continue reading 4 Ways To Potentially Make Money As A Book Blogger

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Book Review: Love on the Lifts (Follow Your Heart) by Jill Santopolo

Summary: A make-your-own adventure love story set among the beauty of a luxurious ski trip. Page length: (depends on what choices you make but in total 208) Published: 2015 Pros: it's cute it's quick Cons: there's not much depth to the romance sometimes the romances are a little too perfect there's always a happy ending… Continue reading Book Review: Love on the Lifts (Follow Your Heart) by Jill Santopolo

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Dollar Tree Haul #4

WOO! More books. Since there's a little more than usual, I'll add the (short) Goodreads summaries for each of them so you can get a better idea of what these stories are about. Let me know if any of them interest ya.   1. Rain of the Ghosts by Greg Weisman Rain of the Ghosts… Continue reading Dollar Tree Haul #4

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Book Review: Into the Wild by Jon Krakauer

Summary: A short biography of a young man in his 20s named Chris McCandless, who, soon after graduating from college, decided to pursue a life completely surrounded by and in the wild. Page Length: 207 Genre: Non-fiction, biography Published: 1997 Pros: includes a lot of personal notes, and thoughts of Chris which helps show what… Continue reading Book Review: Into the Wild by Jon Krakauer

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Book Review: The Almost Moon by Alice Sebold

Summary: A middle-aged woman visits her mother who has, in recent years, deteriorated both physically and mentally with illness. To say that their relationship is toxic and strained is an understatement. During her visit to her mother, Helen, our main character, does something to her mother that most people would gasp at in horror. Through… Continue reading Book Review: The Almost Moon by Alice Sebold

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Dollar Tree Haul #3

Not the biggest fan of intros, hehe, so here's another Dollar Tree Haul. I hope you enjoy it as much as I love finding $1 books!   1. Infamous (Fame Game #1) by Lauren Conrad I haven't read the L.A. Candy series by Conrad or any of her Style books, so I don't know what to… Continue reading Dollar Tree Haul #3

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Book Review: The Removers: A Memoir by Andrew Meredith

Summary: A memoir chronicling the early to present life of Andrew Meredith who talks about the turmoil and everyday life of his family and experiences growing up while working alongside his father as a remover (someone who picks up and removes bodies from the places the deceased died). Page Length: 192 Genre: Memoir, Non-fiction Published: 2014… Continue reading Book Review: The Removers: A Memoir by Andrew Meredith

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Book Review: Anne Of Green Gables (Anne Of Green Gables Book #1) by L.M. Montgomery

Summary: A vivacious young girl named Anne is unexpectedly adopted by a middle-aged couple who initially wanted a boy to help out with work on their farm. Red-headed Anne Shirley comes into their lives instead and through her enlightening and entertaining adventures, turns Green Gables on its head (for the better). Page length: (depends on… Continue reading Book Review: Anne Of Green Gables (Anne Of Green Gables Book #1) by L.M. Montgomery

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Book Review: World of the Innocent by Nadine C. Keels

Summary: A Christian YA novella full of friendship, first love, faith, loss, and a deep passion for music all narrated by an artistic, relatable young woman named Jhoi (pronounced Joy). Page Length: 106 Published: 2017 Pros: Jhoi is both relatable and admirable in how she carries herself. Sometimes people think that Christian girls can't have fun and don't 'let… Continue reading Book Review: World of the Innocent by Nadine C. Keels

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Book Review: Possessing Jessie by Nancy Springer

This one....this one marks a first for me. Could not stand this book. I gave it the benefit of the doubt (and by that I mean I read it all the way through. Thankfully it was only 80 pages). I haven't read anything else by Nancy Springer so I can't compare it to any of… Continue reading Book Review: Possessing Jessie by Nancy Springer