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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“That’s one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind.” Top Five Books I Have Or Want To Read Set In Space

Top Five Books I have Or Want To Read Set In Space  From Devouring Books (Linked In Title Above):This Top 5 series started back in October and I kind of lost motivation for making it every week. But it’s back! This is a series of books that I want to read that all have a …

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Saturday Tag- Top 5 Books About Found Families I Have Read Or Want To Read

Saturday Tag- Top 5 Books I Have Read Or Want To Read About Found Families   From Devouring Books (Linked In Title Above): This Top 5 series started back in October and I kind of lost motivation for making it every week. But it’s back! This is a series of books that I want to …

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Top Ten Tuesday: First Ten Reviews I Wrote- A Walk Down Memory Lane

Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by  Artsy Reader Girl's Top Ten Tuesday. This week we are taking a walk down memory by remembering the first ten reviews we wrote! From the very first to the tenth: ARC Review of Mirage by Somaiya Daud ARC Review of Fresh Ink Nostalgia Saturday: Updated Arc Review (originally posted: July 2018)Wicked …

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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.