Slight Hiatus/Slow Down

Alright, the next couple of weeks are a little crazy for me. I'm in a community theatre show, and this last week was tech week (otherwise known as Hell Week). I've got shows just about every night for the next two weeks - not to mention my actual job that I do. So please forgive …

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Illuminae by Amie Kaufman and Jay Kristoff

The Illuminae Group has finally completed a dossier with all of the documents, transcripts, and security footage relevant to the BeiTech attack on Kerenxa in 2075, as well as the events that occured on the ships that took in refugees in the months following.

Throwback: Favourite Reads 2010-2015

This week's Top Ten Tuesday (hosted by The Broke and the Bookish) is a throwback freebie. I thought it was a perfect opportunity to look back at some of my favourite reads from the five years I was in university. Down the rabbit hole we go! Miss Match by Erynn Mangum This is Christian Chick …

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I Could Write A Book by Karen M. Cox

In this re-imagining of the classic tale, we find ourselves in Kentucky in the 1970's. I quite enjoyed the new setting, and I felt that the traditions of the Southern states provided excellent context for a lot of the polite society conflicts that drive the plot forward.


Ronit & Jamil by Pamela L. Laskin

This book was beautifully written. It's written like a collection of poetry, with different poems from different character's perspectives, and I loved how that made the reader focus more on the characters' emotional & mental state, rather than trying to line up what part of the story we were at.


Books That Were…A Struggle

This week's Top Ten Tuesday (hosted by the Broke and the Bookish) is dedicated to those words that you couldn't push through - or that were so difficult to push through that you might have somehow developed new muscles. Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte I know I'm starting off with an unpopular opinion here, but …

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The Harry Potter Book Tag

Lauren over at Comma Hangover tagged me to do The Harry Potter Book Tag. Unfortunately, despite following the bread crumbs and a Google search, I haven't been able to find who created the original! So if you know who created the original, please let me know so I can give them credit! Here we go! …

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