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July 2016

July Giveaways Week Four: More Goodies and a Signed Copy of A Game of Thrones

We hope you’ve enjoyed our month of giveaways. Ten Questions returns next week, but before we officially declare things complete, we have a few more surprises for you!
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Book Review: The Name of the Wind & The Wise Man’s Fear by Patrick Rothfuss

You might ask yourself why on earth is this chick reviewing a book that came out years ago? That she read years ago. That we’ve all read. And that we might have a very strong love hate relationship with. The answer is simple Continue reading “Book Review: The Name of the Wind & The Wise Man’s Fear by Patrick Rothfuss”

Book Review: White Bears and Other Unwanted Thoughts by Daniel M. Wegner

Are you plagued by unwanted thoughts? Perhaps thoughts of what this review will bring? Continue reading “Book Review: White Bears and Other Unwanted Thoughts by Daniel M. Wegner”

Book Review: His Royal Secret by Lilah Pace

I love Lilah Pace’s writing, I read her Asking for More books and thought her writing was captivating so I was so excited for this LGBT book to come out. This book is exactly what I needed! Since I read it I’ve been randomly recommending it to everyone I know who reads male/male romance.  Continue reading “Book Review: His Royal Secret by Lilah Pace”

Book Review: Coming Home by Karen Kingsbury

You’re going to need tissues to read this book! Lots and lots of tissues! Continue reading “Book Review: Coming Home by Karen Kingsbury”

Sunday Comics: Batman The Killing Joke a Graphic Novel and Movie Discussion

If you are looking for “controversial” and “Batman”, look no further than 1988’s Batman: The Killing Joke, which continues to spark debate and Twitter fire to this day.  A huge resurgence of the story’s controversy come from the current release of an animated film adaptation, which has been been both highly fan demanded and detractor opposed for years.  It all seems fitting for a story about dichotomy, dependency and “one bad day”.

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July Giveaways Week Three: Signed books, Advanced Copies, and Audiobooks

While our Ten Questions Series takes a summer vacation (don’t worry, it will be back in August!) we’ve decided to run a month of fun giveaways! This week we have a selection of signed books, advances copies and audiobooks we think you’ll love!
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Books and Buddy Reads: Stars of Fortune and Bay of Sighs by Nora Roberts

Are you in a book club? Do you ever participate in group/buddy reads? Does reading a book with others change your overall perception of the work? I recently read the first two books of Nora Roberts’ The Guardian’s Trilogy, Stars of Fortune and Bay of Sighs, with friends and it made me wonder…

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Book Review: Moonstruck (Diablo Lake #1) by Lauren Dane

Lauren Dane is yet another prolific author I love! I’ve whipped through most of her backlist, but the one genre of hers that I have yet to try is any of her paranormal books for some reason. This is my first one and it was so good! I foresee a binge on all of her previous paranormal books now. Continue reading “Book Review: Moonstruck (Diablo Lake #1) by Lauren Dane”

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