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Novel Lives Weekly Round-Up

Happy Sunday! I hope everyone had a great week of reading, discussing and checking in on not just in on what we are all reading, but each other! This week, on the blog front, was full of milestones and productivity! Really excited with how how my little corner of the world is growing and how …

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Novel Lives Weekly Round-Up

Happy Sunday! I hope everyone had a great week of reading and discussing checking in on what is going on in the book world! If I'm being honest This week pretty much kicked my ass and I was pretty feeling crappy up until yesterday... BUT then a bunch of stuff happened at a breakneck fashioned speed that …

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DRAGONS, WEIGHTS and THRONES- OH MY! GAME OF THRONES FOR THE WIN!

BEND THE KNEE!!!! Winter finally came to Game of Thrones last season! Then during the last episode of season seven, the Night King rode an undead Viserion into The Wall, burning it down and leading the Weights straight into the north. So begins the final season of Game of Thrones on Sunday, April 14th. In …

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Top Ten Tuesday: Top Ten Characters from TV and Books I Want to Hang With

This idea is courtesy of Howling Libraries who took a twist from Artsy Reader Girl's Top Ten Tuesday original idea. In this twist, instead of ten characters I would like to trade places with, I am going to list ten characters I would want to hang out with: 5 from books and 5 from TV. Television …

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ARC Four Star Review: The Disasters by M.K. England

The Disasters is a laugh out loud mash-up of characters so diverse that even when you think you know where they lie on the spectrum of diversity, two chapters later you realize they have a multi-cultural and sexual orientation chasm going on in one character. Meanwhile I don't remember any of this being mentioned in the promotion for the book, nor the overriding Middle-Eastern themes. Well done on the England and HarperTeen's part to let that be a surprise welcome. This book is being promoted on the the plot, characters and overall fun to be had. Oh and the dedication, which I love. To everyone who's ever felt like a disaster. Here, have a spaceship! Now fly.