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    Emotion in Motion

    The poems in this book fits its title a lot as it will take on you in an amazing emotional journey that will sure touch your heart. When Mathew announced in his blog that he published this book, I was excited and immediately added it to my Christmas wishlist. He, however, held a giveaway contest and I,…

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    The Vampiress With Amnesia

    Jessica E Larsen book review

    My day is never complete if I don’t get to read even just a bit. The same with blogging. I’m not the same happy if I can’t share my love for books. Today is surprisingly a vampire story. The first I ever read a vampire book was Twilight. It was an okay experience, but it’s not for…

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    Silent Tears

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    I never felt my heart tore apart by a book as much as now. Silent Tears was a well-written book but I couldn’t bring myself to read more than chapter five. I grew up in hardships but what these vulnerable babies go through every day at the hands of the workers is unbearable. I applaud the author…

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    First solo

    First and foremost when I decided to start blogging seriously again, it was not my intention to have my blog friends read my books or have them help me commercialize them. NO I seriously love blogging about everyday stuff, or anything under the sky and interacting with people outside social media. I've been a blogger for a…

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    What makes poems special

    After reading this poem book review in Bookbed of How to Make a Salagubang Helicopter & Other Poems’ by Jim Pascual Agustin. I decided to post my view here (also posted as a comment in the original page) based on what the review wrote: It’s always tricky to read poetry, more so to read it for the…

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    Identity Theif by Rachel Rosenthal

    Blurb: Who would want to steal the identity of a minimum-wage employee at a children’s museum? In this harrowing real-life detective story, a woman searches for the truth, clue after startling clue. Rachel hit the jackpot with her doting fiancé, Zach, who was starting a promising new political career at the Massachusetts State House. Then came money…

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    WE SHOULDN’T By VI KEELAND

    Blurb Bennett Fox walked into my life on one hell of a crappy Monday morning. I was late for the first day at my new job—a job I’d now have to compete for even though I’d already worked eight years to earn it, because of an unexpected merger.  While I lugged my belongings up to my new office, a…

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    The Here and Now

    “It’s easier to be a leader than being in charge. ” nice! This beautiful cover and the blurb hooked me the moment I laid my eyes on it. Much like Ethan falling head over heels for Prenna from the first second he saw her completely naked in front of him. This might sound wrong but I love…

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    Cinderella Story

    Sometimes I wonder if I have a split personality. Out of all fairytale stories I read when I was growing up I hated Cinderella the most. Why? Well because I cannot relate to her. I don’t understand why she accepts to go through the situation she was in. I used to say whenever some girls dream about…

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    The Sauvage Domicile

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    When 2019 started I promised myself to read one book a month and The Sauvage Domicile is not the book I was planning to read in January but the moment I was given a time-limited credit, this was the first one I chose to buy. I wanted to wait after I finished the one I’m currently reading…

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    The Vicar of Nibbleswicke

    I love quite a lot of Roald Dahl’s book. My most favorite is Matilda and his first biography book Boy: tales of childhood (not the illustrated version). But this latest short story from him (and his last book according to the preface) is my newest addition. Friendly warning: Spoiler (or teasers?) after the blurb. Blurb: The Reverend…