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50/50: The Life of an Author Who Reviews – Part 2: The Author Edition

It’s a never ending circle. When I’m not writing, I’m reading. It’s always one or the other and it can get a little crazy. Like, this year. I’ve already read 196 out of my 250 goal for Goodreads, yet I still have a backlog of 250 books to read for Netgalley, thanks to urgent changes… Continue reading 50/50: The Life of an Author Who Reviews – Part 2: The Author Edition

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50/50: The Life of an Author Who Reviews – Part 1: The Netgalley Edition

It’s a never ending circle. When I’m not writing, I’m reading. It’s always one or the other and it can get a little crazy. Like, this year. I’ve already read 196 out of my 250 goal for Goodreads, yet I still have a backlog of 250 books to read for Netgalley, thanks to urgent changes… Continue reading 50/50: The Life of an Author Who Reviews – Part 1: The Netgalley Edition

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Book Review: The Warlock Brothers of Havenbridge, by Jacob Z. Flores

~ Book One: Spell Bound Mason Blackmoor just can’t compete with his brothers, much less his father. They represent the epitome of black magic, strong, dark, and wicked, and though Mason tries to live up to his respected lineage, most of the spells he casts go awry. To make matters worse, his active power has… Continue reading Book Review: The Warlock Brothers of Havenbridge, by Jacob Z. Flores

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Book Review: The Town of Superstition, by R.G. Thomas

~ Book One: The Midnight Gardener At fifteen, Thaddeus Cane has moved thirty-two times with his father. Each time he’s displaced without explanation, Thaddeus loses any friends he’s made. The name of their latest town is Superstition, but it seems normal enough, with one exception. Thaddeus’s bedroom window gives him a view into the beautiful… Continue reading Book Review: The Town of Superstition, by R.G. Thomas