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Book Review: The Bridge of Little Jeremy by Indrajit Garai

Resilience. That has been a word I have been coming back to in 2019 for many reasons. Once in a while a book I am reading resonates perfectly with how I am feeling and the events that are happening around me. Reading The Bridge of Little Jeremy was one of those experience that thematically aligned … Continue reading

Book Review: Oasis by Bharat Krishnan

I received a free e-copy of this book in exchange for my open and honest review. I find it difficult to write about fantasy novels because often, many of the same tropes are used – the oppressive king/dictator, the band of spunky rebels, forbidden magic, etc. And because many of these tropes are used often, … Continue reading

Book Review: Muir Woods or Bust by Ian Woollen

First reaction, I kid you not: What just happen?! Muir Woods or Bust by Ian Woollen has to be one of the most unique books I read this year and I can honestly say I am still trying to process what happened and the themes that came from the story. The book follows a middle-aged therapist, … Continue reading

Book Review: City of Strife by Claudie Arseneault

This is a feature book for LGBTQ+ History Month. Disclaimer: I received a free e-book in exchange for an open and honest review. I received an electronic copy of City of Strife by Claudie Arseneault from the author after inquiring about the book through Twitter. From the description, this book is the first in a … Continue reading

Book Review: The Second Mango by Shira Glassman

This is a featured book for LGBTQ+ History Month. The Second Mango is a book I picked up off of Amazon for a part of a read-a-thon challenge. This book fit a category for the read-a-thon and when I read the description, it looked very compelling in its story and also had diverse character representation. I … Continue reading

October 2016 TBR and Haul

  September was a very busy month for me and I think i did fairly well considering with reading and reviewing! I read every book on my TBR list except bell hooks’ Feminist Theory: From Margin to Center. This will remain on my TBR list for next month. I also played both of the games … Continue reading

September 2016 TBR and Haul

August 2016 TBR and Haul Recap: I did surprisingly well in the month of August to knock out my TBR list and added some unexpected ARCs to the list. I FINALLY finished Harry Potter and The Methods of Rationality and I still plan to write up my thoughts on the fan fic. I read Wordbirds, which … Continue reading

Book Review: Loving vs. Virginia by Patricia Hruby Powell

Disclaimer: I received an e-copy of this novel in exchange for an open and honest review. This book has a special place for me in my heart. I am a product of an interracial marriage and my own marriage is interracial as well. When I think about it, that 50 years ago, the relationships that … Continue reading

Pokemon Indigo League #ReadThemAllThon TBR

Thank you again to Read at Midnight (https://readatmidnight.com) again for an awesome Pokemon themed reading challenge! I used to watch the Indigo League series when I was a kid and I recently rewatched it as an adult on Netflix – not the same but gave me some nostalgia for Pokemon! The #ReadThemAllThon is a three … Continue reading

August 2016 TBR and Haul

I have decided to write monthly posts about the books and e-books I have acquired over the past month and what books I plan to read this month. In the future I will be writing in my intro how I did in the past month meeting my reading goals. Depending on how many books I … Continue reading

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