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Reading and Reviewing Books With Low Average Ratings

Hello friends! It's Vera here today, with a post about novels with low average ratings. I've always felt like my biggest flaw as a reader / blogger is that I pay close attention to books' goodreads average rating. Despite knowing full well that I won't necessarily agree with the majority of readers, I tend to… Continue reading Reading and Reviewing Books With Low Average Ratings

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Reviewing In My Dreams I Hold A Knife

Hi everyone, it’s Sabrina!  Today I’m here to chat about a book I read recently - In My Dreams I Hold A Knife by Ashley Winstead.  I believe there are no spoilers in this review, however there are some leading statements that might make it easier to predict events of the book - so if… Continue reading Reviewing In My Dreams I Hold A Knife

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All The Reasons I Loved Even If We Break

Hi all, it’s Sabrina!  Something that has always annoyed me about my reading habits is that I usually pick books on a whim - I hear or see something about a book and think, okay, I’m going to read that as soon as I can and I put it on hold from my library.  And… Continue reading All The Reasons I Loved Even If We Break

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Four Horror and Thriller Mini Reviews

Hello friends! It's Vera here today, back with another Spooky October post of 2021. For today's post, I decided to go with something simple but still fun - mini reviews to thriller and horror novels. I brought you four books that I really enjoyed and would gladly recommend, even if I had a couple of… Continue reading Four Horror and Thriller Mini Reviews

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Four Reasons I Love the Dumplin’ Series by Julie Murphy

Hello friends, Vera here today! I'm really looking forward to sharing today's post with you, which I wrote in a frenzy of wanting to scream about two of my recent reads, Puddin' and Pumpkin by Julie Murpy. Given the fact that I adored Dumplin' when I read it a couple of years ago, I decided… Continue reading Four Reasons I Love the Dumplin’ Series by Julie Murphy

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Pagan Magic and Religion Collide in The Wolf and the Woodsman by Ava Reid

In her forest-veiled pagan village, Évike is the only woman without power, making her an outcast clearly abandoned by the gods. The villagers blame her corrupted bloodline—her father was a Yehuli man, one of the much-loathed servants of the fanatical king. When soldiers arrive from the Holy Order of Woodsmen to claim a pagan girl… Continue reading Pagan Magic and Religion Collide in The Wolf and the Woodsman by Ava Reid

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Reading Three Personalised Book Recommendations

Hi all, it’s Sabrina!  Back in April, I posted about getting some tailored recommendations from The Storygraph and talked about the ones I was planning to read soon.  I mentioned that it was sort of like a 5-star predictions post, because all the books appealed to my taste and what I was looking for at… Continue reading Reading Three Personalised Book Recommendations

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Four Books, Four Conflicts: Mini Reviews and Musings

Hi all, it’s Sabrina!  I was in a massive reading slump at the beginning of April, but I’m happy to say I’ve since overcome it and finished reading four books.  This post is me chatting a bit about those four books and the conflicts they caused in me - though I suppose “musings” or “contemplations”… Continue reading Four Books, Four Conflicts: Mini Reviews and Musings

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Mini Reviews of Two New Favorite Romance Novels

Hello friends! Today I brought you two romance novels I read at the end of 2020, but haven't had the chance to talk about yet. I'm thankful for these two fun romances as they made some of the most stressful parts of my December a lot more bearable, and I hope they'll have a similar… Continue reading Mini Reviews of Two New Favorite Romance Novels