Book Blog Book Reviews

Review: The Tower by Nicole Campbell

Original Title: The Tower by Nicole Campbell Edition: ARC, 342 pages Published: June 21st, 2017 by Nicole Campbell Books Links: Goodreads | Amazon | B&N | Book Depository | Kobo Rating: 4 out of 5 Summary: On our sixteenth birthdays, our kind is gifted with awesome powers. Except no, not really, because this isn’t Narnia, …

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Blog Tour: The Lightning Luminary by RS McCoy

I’m very excited to help promote a new book by one of my favorite indie sci-fi authors. This post should have been up yesterday, but I am a terrible blogger as you all should be aware by now and I didn’t schedule it. If it excuses me, yesterday was also my birthday! Without further ado, …

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Book Blog Book Haul Monthly Rewind

April Wrap-Up

So, I’m blogging from my phone because my landlord still doesn’t offer Internet. On the upside, I’m reading much more than I usually do. I read 5 books this month which is a record for me. I’m halfway done with Trylle #3 as I type this. It’s hard to say that I have a favorite …

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Book Blog Book Haul Monthly Rewind

Quarterly Wrap-Up

This is my first quarterly wrap-up because it’s been over 3 months since the last time I wrote a blog. It’s been longer than that but I’m not going to think about what I didn’t do in 2016.  I’m a terrible, terrible blogger now but it is what it is. So here’s my wrap-up for …

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Book Blog Misc

I’m still here.

I know I haven’t posted a blog, Instagram picture, or even to Twitter in over a month now, but I’m still here. Things have been going… I officially moved back to Phoenix almost two weeks ago now. I started my new old job–same job title and same district, just at a different school site. It has been a …

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Discussion: The Popularity Principle

I recently finished reading the second novel in an extremely popular series. Despite my general boredom and in spite of my infuriation with the characters the entirety of both books, I decided to keep reading. Only a very small part of the decision was because I  genuinely wanted to know what comes next in the story. (I do have …

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