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TOO FAT, TOO SLUTTY, TOO LOUD: The Rise and Reign of the Unruly Woman by Anne Helen Petersen //BOOK REVIEW

This is a bit of an unconventional book review so bear with me. March is Women's History Month, but today is International Women's Day, and the theme for 2021 is #ChoosetoChallenge. We are called to challenge the world itself, world leaders, politics, religion, racism -- question it all! We need to celebrate the women who… Continue reading TOO FAT, TOO SLUTTY, TOO LOUD: The Rise and Reign of the Unruly Woman by Anne Helen Petersen //BOOK REVIEW

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HIS AND HERS by Alice Feeney // Book Review

His & Hers by Alice Feeney Narrated by Richard Armitage and Stephanie Racine Published by Macmillan Audio (July 2020) The version that I listened to was an ARC provided by NetGalley. The opinions are my own! Story Summary, as told by Goodreads: There are two sides to every story: yours and mine, ours and theirs.… Continue reading HIS AND HERS by Alice Feeney // Book Review

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2021 Reading Goals and January Picks: The Read and the To-Be-Read

It's still early enough in the new year that I am figuring out my reading plan for this and coming months. It's impossible to know what to read next when I have so many books surrounding me...literally. My desk is neatly tucked into the front window well of my bedroom, and there is enough room… Continue reading 2021 Reading Goals and January Picks: The Read and the To-Be-Read

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Goodbye, BookCon & Book Expo

I've never been a fan of massive conventions -- I'd attended NYCC only once before and hated it because there were simply too many people. I thought conventions were purely for tv shows, comic books, superhero movies, etc. As I began contemplating a career as a writer and in publishing, I learned about all the… Continue reading Goodbye, BookCon & Book Expo

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NOEL STREET by Richard Paul Evans // Book Review

The Noel Stranger (The Noel Collection, Book #3) by Richard Paul Evans Here's the story, as told by the jacket: The year is 1975. Elle Sheen, a single mother who is supporting herself and her six year old biracial son, Dylan, as a waitress at the Noel Street Diner, isn't sure what to make of… Continue reading NOEL STREET by Richard Paul Evans // Book Review