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125Pages · 10M ago

Freeks – Amanda Hocking

  Freeks (yes it is spelled wrong on purpose, it explains in the story) by Amanda Hocking is a fun read about a young women who travels with a carnival. This particular carnival is loaded wi...
125Pages · 11M ago

The Homecoming – Stacie Ramey

Praise for The Homecoming “A stirring close-up of a family haunted by emotional trauma.” — Kirkus Reviews “The overall message of relying on family and friends for support is clear, and John...
125Pages · 11M ago

United States of Books – Black Hills by Dan Simmons

    The week takes us to South Dakota with Black Hills by Dan Simmons (audio book narrated by  Erik Davies and Michael McConnohie) Entertainment Weekly says – Black Hills breathes life into ...
125Pages · 11M ago

Weekly Wrap-Up – December 17, 2016

  Welcome to my weekly wrap-up! Here is where you can see my books read during the past week, books to be read next week, books I have added to my shelves, any bookish happenings and the lik...
125Pages · 11M ago

Vacancy and The Edge of Juniper

 A Tracy Ewens book is a book I know that I will enjoy. I have read all but the first in her A Love Story series and each one gets better. Vacancy is no different. I think I am particularly ...
125Pages · 11M ago

The Singles Game and We Are All Made of Stars

 I have all five of Lauren Weisberger’s previous books, so when I heard about The Singles Game, I knew I must read it. She has a way of making characters come alive and you can feel what the...
125Pages · 11M ago

Author Tuesday Interview – Julie Eshbaugh

    It’s time for my favorite day of the week, Author Tuesday! This week we are featuring an interview with Julie Eshbaugh author of Ivory and Bone (see my review here). It currently has a 4...
125Pages · 11M ago

United States of Books – Jim the Boy by Tony Earley

    This week takes us to North Carolina. Entertainment Weekly says – “A boy named Jim come of age during the depression in a secluded North Carolina hamlet where the state’s history looms l...
125Pages · 11M ago

Giant YA/NA Heap O’ Reviews

Learning to Swear in America by Katie Kennedy was such a unique read. Yuri is a seventeen year-old Russian physicist prodigy, who is recruited to the United States to help save the world. An...
125Pages · 11M ago

Cover Reveal – Gena Showalter’s THE DARKEST PROMISE

    Oh my goodness guys! Gena Showalter has a new book coming out in the Lords of the Underworld series and I am lucky enough to be one of the cover reveal hosts! I have never hidden my love...