Book Review | The Bone People

Ok, I know it’s Halloween reading time, so I feel like I need to be upfront about the fact that The Bone People isn’t a scary book. I think the synopsis does a better job at describing what this book actually is than I could, so I won’t try. But I will say that it’s […]

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Weekly Wrap Up – October 6

October has gotten off to a pretty great start. So far, I have finished three (and a half) books, two of which were five-star reads. My reading slowed down a little bit in September, but I’m feeling like I’m back on track, so I have high hopes for this week. The first book I finished […]

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Book Review | The Grace Year

I haven’t had the best luck with young adult books lately. But, when I came across The Grace Year, I knew I had to read it. It was marketed as a blend of The Handmaid’s Tale and The Power. Which had everything in my brain screaming “yes please!”. Honestly, I couldn’t imagine any book living […]

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September Book Haul

September was kind of a crazy month. Which means I didn’t end up buying all that many books. It’s probably a good thing since my book shelves piles are getting pretty out of hand. But I did still add four books to my library, one of which I already read, and two that are on […]

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October Reading List

Every year, the month I get most excited about when it comes to reading is October. Because it’s HALLOWEEN TIME! Which is basically my excuse to terrify myself with all of the horror novels and creepy thrillers I can get my hands on. And this month, I am not holding back. I’m already scared. Let’s […]

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September Wrap Up

September wasn’t my best reading month, but it was successful in that I read several books that have been sitting on my TBR for ages. So, even though I would have liked to fit another few books in, I’m still pretty happy with what I was able to read this month. And I’m happy that […]

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Book Review | Toil & Trouble

I have been a fan of Augusten Burroughs since I was seventeen and read Running with Scissors. Including that one, I have read five of his memiors (Magical Thinking, Possible Side Effects, The Wolf at the Table, and You Better Not Cry, in case you were wondering), plus his novel, Sellevision. And I have really […]

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