An Update From The Road please RT for those who might not see this on WordPress

Hi everyone!This is probably an odd way to do this but it seemed too long for Twitter.FIRST AND MOST IMPORTANTLY THANK YOU TO EVERYONE FOR SUPPORTING ME FOR ASKING HOW I AM. FOR EVERYTHING. I haven't been online and barely (can't stress that word enough) got the post up because mom and I are trying to …

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TGIF – AM I RIGHT? DOUBLE THE FUN! Currently Reading Tag!

Currently Reading Tag   Happy Friday!!!!! Hope everyone is ready for the weekend!!!! I thought I would hit it up with two posts today since the lovely A Reader To Whatever End tagged me in a post I have yet to do. Please go check out her blog and follow- it is a good one!!!   …

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Socially Relevant and Spectacularly Entertaining, Let Me Hear A Rhyme by Tiffany D. Jackson Drops on May 21st- ARC Review

I was at a conference once when Jeff Zenter perfectly summarized Tiffany Jackson's body of work. I'm going to have to paraphrase, because it was more than a year ago that he said it, but it is important. It is important because no one and understand that I would bet the few things precious in …

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We Hunt the Flame by Hafsah Faizal Misses the Mark of High Expectations- ARC Review: Out May 14th

We Hunt the Flame by Hafsah Faizal   is one of the most anticipated books of 2019, not just in the Young Adult category but in publishing, across the board. By utilizing the Arabic culture to inspire the setting, story, characters and vernacular from Faizal’s own voice point of view, We Hunt the Flame came into the …

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ARC Review- Dark Shores by Danielle Jensen Kicks Off New Series – Out 5/7

Danielle Jensen's new fantasy series Dark Shores has no right being the first book in a new series. It just doesn't feel like the first book in a series. It is rip-roaring adventure that grabs you from the first page and doesn't let go. Thank you to NetGalley and TorTeen for an ARC in exchange for an Honest …

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ARC Review: Venators: Promises Forged (Venators Series Book 2) Out April 30th

  Nope. No stars. And it isn't even about the fact that I'm about done with the whole star system. That is another conversation for another day. There aren't any stars on this review because there isn't any way to star this review. Why is that? Glad you asked. Maybe you didn't. I'm going to …

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3.5 Star Review All We Could Have Been By T.E. Carter – Out 4/23

T.E. Carter’s All We Could Have Been hits the mark on Post Traumatic Stress Disorder by focusing the main character, Alexia’s, struggle to get past her brother’s crimes. There aren’t many details given about his crime because that isn’t the point of the story. If you are going to get hung up on the crime …

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