The Only Child by Andrew Pyper (Book Review)

Sent to me by Orion Books in exchange for an honest review. Release Date: 08/06/17 Publisher: Orion Books ISBN: 978-1409161103 Format: Paperback, 304pp Genre: Psychological Thriller/Horror Rating: 4/5 Summed up in a word: Fractured First Impressions When I saw that The Only Child was being compared to Steven King, I was immediately intrigued. Andrew Pyper has crafted a……

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Book Review: The Girl Who Drank the Moon by Kelly Barnhill (5/5)

Published: 2016 Genre: YA Fantasy You know that lingering sense of doubt when you pick up a book and read the blurbs on the cover? This book had blubs like, “Impossible to put down,” “Enchanting,” and my favorite, “Utterly spellbinding.” Well, in this case, every single one of those is true. The Girl Who Drank

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Book Review: Navigating Indieworld: A Beginner’s Guide to Self-Publishing and Marketing Your Book by Julie A. Gerber and Carole P. Roman (3/5)

Genre: Nonfiction Copyright: 2016 Navigating Indieworld: A Beginner’s Guide to Self-Publishing and Marketing Your Book by Julie A. Gerber and Carole P. Roman is indeed a beginner’s guide. It reads less like a book and more like a series of blog posts. While it did have some interesting information concerning marketing, it did not go

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Book Review: “Talking S.H.I.T” by Jacob Paul Patchen (5/5)

Genre: Nonfiction/Inspirational Copyright: 2017 Before you get offended, it stands for “Social, Humorous, and Inspirational Thoughts.” I wasn’t sure how I would like this book. I’m not sure how I feel about the inspirational genre, but, after reading through the table of contents and the first few pages, I knew this book was one for

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Ponytail: The Love for Revenge by Dr. Pradip Chauhan

3 StarsGreat plotlineThe story is one that will pull on the reader’s emotions and it is filled with moments that will touch a person’s heart. It’s a mix of love, revenge and personal values, and how that can be intertwined with a person’s professional side. Prabuddh is a driven character, and it’s when his world

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The Wheelman: How the Slave Robert Smalls Stole a Warship and Became King by Marshall Evans

5 StarsAbsolutely elegantThis review is two-fold. First, the writing of Evans is very eloquent and elegant.His writing is inviting and shows a grand story. This is a historical novel that slams the present and past against each other, as the topic is racial conflict and tension. I was moved by this story and how the

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Dining and Driving with Cats – Alice Unplugged by Pat Patterson

5 StarsStorytelling at its bestI love a book where the author is a storyteller, and not all authors can pull thisone off, but Patterson definitely did. This is a great story about a couple who has a road trip with two cats. It’s endearing and wonderful, detailing the trip of different states, such as dining

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The Reflections of Queen Snow White by David Meredith

4 StarsHEA? Not quite.This is a different take on a fairytale, well, it’s more like what happens after the so-called Happily Ever After (HEA). Ever wonder what happens after the princess (or whatever) meets prince charming (or whoever her knight-in-shining-armor is)? They supposedly get married and have kids but what comes next … Enter Snow White

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