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Veteran Celebrities

This weekend, recognize those who have fought for our freedom. Veterans Day honors military veterans who served in the United States Armed Forces. I only thought that this post should recognize some of the men and women who served with honor, as well as brought the joy of film, music, and novels to our homes… Continue reading Veteran Celebrities

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Book Review – “Lies She Told”

My September 2017 Book of the Month Club choice did not disappoint me!  I chose Lies She Told by Cate Holahan, a writer from New Jersey.  This novel is one out of three of her books that are available now. With a deadline edging closer and closer, Liza Cole has to create a novel that… Continue reading Book Review – “Lies She Told”

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BOOK REVIEW – “The Serpent King”

Describing this novel is a little bit harder for me to do on this one, and believe me, if I could type it all out for you, I would.  So I'm going to try. The Serpent King is about three friends, three different walks of life, who somehow formed a friendship- a bond. Dill, Lydia,… Continue reading BOOK REVIEW – “The Serpent King”

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5 Best Graphic Novels to Check Out

In my undergrad college career, I once minored in English Literature. One of the electives, was a class called Introduction to Modern Literature. When I read that, I thought that it would be novels from the surrounding years of that time (about 2011-2012).  In no way did I think I would be taking a class… Continue reading 5 Best Graphic Novels to Check Out

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“The Couple Next Door” – Book Review

The Couple Next Door is a debut novel for author Shari Lapena. Anne and Marco Conti seem to have the perfect marriage and the perfect little family. This all is about to change when the new parents go next door to a dinner party, leaving their infant at home alone in her crib. Once returning… Continue reading “The Couple Next Door” – Book Review

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Book Review – Once Upon A Dream by Liz Braswell

Hey guys! Have you ever wondered what could happen in a fairy tale? Like, not just the normal story? For example: What if Belle's mother turned the prince into the beast? What if the sleeping beauty never woke up? Well, Disney made it happen. Liz Braswell created a series called A Twisted Tale, which actually… Continue reading Book Review – Once Upon A Dream by Liz Braswell

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Books That Inspire

You Are A Badass: How to Stop Doubting Your Greatness and Start Living an Awesome Life by Jen Sincero - This self-help book really did inspire me, as much as it sounds cliche. Jen Sincero writes this how-to guide about focusing on yourself. She shares exercises, advise, and her own personal stories to help relate… Continue reading Books That Inspire

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Book Review – Big Little Lies

  As soon as HBO announced they were going to do a mini-series of Liane Moriarty's Big Little Lies, I thought I should read the novel before I finished the series (I have yet to finish it). Last night, I was able to get through the last 40 pages of the novel. Not going to… Continue reading Book Review – Big Little Lies

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My Life in Books – Tag

Find a book for each of your initials. H-  The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins E-  Eleanor & Park by Rainbow Rowell C-  The Circle by Dave Eggers   Count your age along your bookshelf: What book is it? Well, I can't really answer this as I am packing to move, but I'll do it… Continue reading My Life in Books – Tag

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All the Missing Girls – Book Review

All the Missing Girls is the read for you if you are intrigued by the writing of The Girl on the Train. Filled with suspense and murder, Megan Miranda takes you on an adventure through a small town where character, Nicolette Farrell, has to come back to to fix up her childhood home whilst her… Continue reading All the Missing Girls – Book Review