The Power – Naomi Alderman

Hello, my fellow book lovers!  I am back with another review! It has been a while since I read a book that made such an impact on me. It took me some time to finish this book due to other commitments, but when I was reading, I was ENGROSSED. This is a book that I […]

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Bad Habits – Flynn Meaney

Hello, dear book lovers!  I hope your February is starting out well. Last month was a bit of a dry spell concerning reading, but I am aiming to make sure that this month is different. I must finish the book I already started as well as start a new book this month as a treat. […]

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Impactful Books I Read in 2020

Hello again, fellow bookworms!  I hope that you’ve all been doing well. It’s been a rocky start to the new year so far, and I, for one, am trusting that things will get better soon. To lighten the mood, however, I would like to talk about certain books that made the crazy year of 2020 […]

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Sparrow Alone – Mim Eichmann

Hey everyone!  It is a brand-new year, and I find myself feeling very optimistic about this one (fingers crossed!). I hope the holidays have treated you all well! I have been doing a lot of reading and spending time with my family. So how about we start 2021 with a book review? This book was […]

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We Are All Problematic, So Why Should We Expect Fictional Characters to Be Perfect?

Hey everyone! I’m back with a discussion post today. Recent life events, and discussions I see on Twitter about problematic people, authors, and fictional characters have made me think about how at certain points our outbursts concerning certain characters may be more harmful to our understanding of human nature than we think. Here are the […]

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