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73 Questions – Vogue Parody (Book Blogger Edition)

I was tagged by I Won't Say I'm In Love With Reading to participate in a parody of Vogue Magazine's 73 Questions. Celebrities are asked 73 questions and they have to answer them under a certain time limit. Someone started a parody of this for book bloggers, so I'm honored to be chosen! What’s your… Continue reading 73 Questions – Vogue Parody (Book Blogger Edition)

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WWW Wednesday

WWW Wednesday (7/31/2019)

Hello everyone! First, thank you to those of you who read and like my posts! Now, today is my second WWW Wednesday! For those of you who are new this was started by Sam @ Taking On A World of Words. I write down what I finished reading, what I'm currently reading, and what book… Continue reading WWW Wednesday (7/31/2019)

Book Reviews

Are We Safe Yet? Review of The Queen’s Resistance by Rebecca Ross

Once your country overthrows their dictator everything should be fine, right? New government is appointed, everyone is happy, the country is prospering… Uh, no. In reality everyone is NOT happy, some countries go through a tumultuous period after a coup, cities may need to be rebuilt, and the people ally themselves with different leaders. Confusion… Continue reading Are We Safe Yet? Review of The Queen’s Resistance by Rebecca Ross

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Murder, Mystery, Love, and Feminism: Review of The Lost Girl of Astor Street by Stephanie Morrill

Here in the U.S. the 1920's was a time of change, especially for women: We were given the right to vote, took fashion into our own hands, and became more independent. Of course, men HAD to voice their opinions about this You know, men and their fragile egos but this historical fiction novel is more… Continue reading Murder, Mystery, Love, and Feminism: Review of The Lost Girl of Astor Street by Stephanie Morrill

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I’m In the Asian Book Bloggers Directory!

https://shutupshealea.com/projects/asian-book-bloggers I have some news! NnNnEeEeEwWwWwZzZzZzZzZzZzZzZz!?!?!? First, thank you for following me! Your likes, comments, and follows mean so much to me! I want to publish the best content I have here, so your support means A LOT to me! Thanks again! ❤ I also want to notify readers, especially authors and publishers, that I… Continue reading I’m In the Asian Book Bloggers Directory!

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Royalty, Magic, Treason, and School: My Review of The Queen’s Rising by Rebecca Ross

#bookreview "This is all that I am, all that I can offer you...I am broken and treacherous, I am divided..." Brienna Colbert, The Queen's Rising Set in a fantasy world inspired by the French Renaissance Period, we meet Brienna, a parentless child sent by her grandfather to attend a prestigious boarding school for talented girls.… Continue reading Royalty, Magic, Treason, and School: My Review of The Queen’s Rising by Rebecca Ross

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Who Are You? Different Identities of A Criminal Mastermind On the Run in E. Lockhart’s Genuine Fraud

#bookreview Have you ever read a book that, once finished, makes you ask, "Was there a moral to this story?" THIS novel is an example of that! E. Lockhart takes us through Julietta "Jule" West William's criminal escapades around the world as she tries to flee the police. In the beginning she's busted, which leads… Continue reading Who Are You? Different Identities of A Criminal Mastermind On the Run in E. Lockhart’s Genuine Fraud

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An Ember in the Ashes Review

#bookreview Sabaa Tahir's An Ember in the Ashes is a powerful feminist fantasy novel with a diverse mix of races and cultures. If you loved The Hunger Games then you'll love this story of survival with unapologetic grit, but I must give a TRIGGER WARNING because abuse (physical and emotional), rape, sexual assault/harassment, and violence… Continue reading An Ember in the Ashes Review