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Do Your Eyes Deceive You Or Are You Seeing Double? How Am I Supposed To Know? The TWO Weeks That Were At Novel Lives- ALSO BIG CONGRATULATIONS TO DAVID CONNIS!

FIRST OFF- CONGRATULATIONS TO DAVID CONNIS! THIS IS JUST -- I DON'T EVEN KNOW-- SO PLEASE JENNIFER HUDSON- DO THE HONORS AND THAT ISN'T EVEN ENOUGH SO SCROLL DOWN BECAUSE LEVINE IS GONNA PAY HIS RESPECTS AND THROW SOME SHOES AS WELL DOUBLE YOUR FUN! I'm in flux about whether or not to continue doing …

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Changes and Updates! The Tenth Girl, Clue, Issa Mood Support Groups – THANK YOU And Hitting The Road In The Week That Was At Novel Lives

*Changes and updates below! Check it out!* Next week I post my interview with Diana Peterfreund, author of In the Hall With the Knife: A Clue Mystery, and I am too fan girl excited. In complete geek out anticipation of the interview and then review, the following week, we are going to have fun for …

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Because it is Wednesday WWW- Down and Dirty Reading Discussion! Talk to me!

It is Wednesday and that means WWW World of Words, hosted weekly by Taking on a World of Words. What is WWW Wednesday? What are you currently reading? What did you recently finish reading? What do you plan on reading next? YES! I know! This is not the normal clear flowing week to week orderly …

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Golden Girls Diet, American Horror Story, Edgar Allan Poe, Dragons, High Seas, Bitch Queens, GraveMaidens, Flash Mob Shaming And Abortion This Week In Novel Lives

Wow... looking at that headline it certainly has been an interesting week, eh?  Let's lighten up a bit with... weekly fun! It has been quite a while since we had a visit from the Golden Girls but maybe we should've waited till after Blanche stops dieting... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pRXJgPPgdB4 Monday: His Hideous Heart Spectacularly Reimagines Edgar Allan …

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Because it is Wednesday WWW- Down and Dirty Reading Discussion! Talk to me!

It is Wednesday and that means WWW World of Words, hosted weekly by Taking on a World of Words. What is WWW Wednesday? What are you currently reading? What did you recently finish reading? What do you plan on reading next?   What did you recently finish reading? His Hideous Heart Edited by Dahlia Adler- …

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His Hideous Heart Spectacularly Reimagines Edgar Allan Poe For Entertainment And Education – Edited By Dahlia Adler Releases 9/10 Via FlatIron Books

Rarely do I approach reviews through the eyes of an educator. Part of why I started writing reviews was to have a space where I could discuss Young Adult books for enjoyment away from education. Even after leaving my career, I still try to steer clear of that lens when reviewing books. Thank you to …

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Dahlia Adler, Stranger Things, Bookish TV Stars, The Coming Darkness And The Return of Stereophonics In This Week At Novel Lives

Weekly Fun! This week brought the shocking discovery (not to mention blast from the past). Welsh band Stereophonics are not only alive, but have a new single. Once I got passed my shock, I was pleasantly surprised to hear that Fly Like an Eagle (not to be confused with the Steve Miller Band Hit- unfortunate …

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