Growin’ Up Book Tag #TagTuesday #BookTag

This tag was created by Possibly Literate. (links to her social media below) This is open to everyone - questions are below for copy/paste (leave a link to your tag in comments, or answer questions in the comments section). 🙂 🙂 🙂 1. Pre-school: It's okay to admit it, you're just in it for the … Continue reading Growin’ Up Book Tag #TagTuesday #BookTag

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Thirteen Reasons Why #spoilerfree #bookreview

I finished reading Thirteen Reasons Why, a young adult fictional novel, yesterday, and put off writing a review until now because my mind needed to simmer awhile on what I wanted to write. After watching the Netflix adaptation, I was inspired to read the book by Jay Asher. I have to say upfront that I … Continue reading Thirteen Reasons Why #spoilerfree #bookreview

Wyrd Sisters #FirstChapterFirstParagraph

I'm currently reading Wyrd Sisters by Terry Pratchett. It is May's book of the month for r/fantasy on Reddit's Fantasy Book Bingo Challenge. Here is the first chapter, first Paragraph (and a bit). "The wind howled. Lightning stabbed at the earth erratically, like an inefficient assassin. Thunder rolled back and forth across the dark, rain-lashed … Continue reading Wyrd Sisters #FirstChapterFirstParagraph

Whimsical Novel from Canadian Author: The Lonely Hearts Hotel – Review #spoilerfree

Like a tough meat turning tender in a homemade beef stew, Heather O'Neill's newest novel, The Lonely Hearts Hotel, will toughen your heart with the abuse of two orphans, then mend it with a timeless love story of two quirky, yet magical destined sweethearts called Rose and Pierrot. This dark, peculiar, imaginative fairy-tale takes place in … Continue reading Whimsical Novel from Canadian Author: The Lonely Hearts Hotel – Review #spoilerfree