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Mini Netgalley Reviews – Everything Is OK, Cryptid Club, and One Cup At A Time

I received an e-arc of each of these books from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. Everything Is OK by Debbie Tung Pub Date: 27 Sep 2022 Everything is OK is a lovely graphic novel exploring depression and anxiety in a young woman. The story is a little cliche if you've read memoirs or graphic novels… Continue reading Mini Netgalley Reviews – Everything Is OK, Cryptid Club, and One Cup At A Time

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Throwback Thursday: Reaction Paper and Book Review of Junky by William S. Burroughs

Junky by William S. Burroughs (1953), is a novel detailing the experiences that narrator Bill Lee has both using and selling a variety of drugs. The novel is considered to be pseudo-autobiographical and based on Burroughs’ own experiences with drugs and addiction. The novel has a very loose structure, being divided more into scenes via… Continue reading Throwback Thursday: Reaction Paper and Book Review of Junky by William S. Burroughs

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Latinx Book Bingo 2022

The Latinx book bingo will take place from September 15 to October 15, which is when we celebrate Latinx Heritage Month. The goal of the readathon is to highlight books written by Latinx authors. The aim of the bingo is to read as many Latinx books as you can, guided by the prompts on the bingo… Continue reading Latinx Book Bingo 2022

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Throwback Thursday: What Makes Us Human: Analyzing Nim Chimsky’s Case Study Against the Philosophy of Varsava

Throwback Thursday, where, essentially I post old writing samples, essays and short stories that I dig up from my pile of hoarded papers and school assignments or from the depths of my computer. So everyone can see how my writing has changed/improved over the years. What Makes Us Human: Analyzing Nim Chimsky’s Case Study Against… Continue reading Throwback Thursday: What Makes Us Human: Analyzing Nim Chimsky’s Case Study Against the Philosophy of Varsava

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Book Adaptation Review: The Babysitters Club

About The Book: The Baby-Sitters Club (also known as BSC) is a series of novels written by Ann M. Martin and published by Scholastic between 1986 and 2000. The Baby-Sitters Club is about a group of friends who live in the fictional, suburban town of Stoneybrook, Connecticut. These friends run a local babysitting service called… Continue reading Book Adaptation Review: The Babysitters Club

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Want More Book Reviews?

A lot of times, when I finish a book, I don't have enough time or inclination to write a full blog post review. So, I have recently started doing Bookstagram again and I've been posting mini-reviews of every book I've ever read, including going back and writing a review of every book I've read and… Continue reading Want More Book Reviews?

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Netgalley Review: The Best Damn Answers to Life’s Hardest Questions

The Best Damn Answers to Life’s Hardest Questions A Flowchart Book by Tess Koman Workman Publishing Company Humor A collection of charmingly illustrated flowcharts, pros and cons lists, and rants that offer humorous advice on everyone's daily dilemmas: How early is too early to eat lunch? Will I survive this hangover? The man I loved… Continue reading Netgalley Review: The Best Damn Answers to Life’s Hardest Questions

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Throwback Thursday: Roles of Women in Society in The House on Mango Street

Throwback Thursday, where, essentially I post old writing samples, essays and short stories that I dig up from my pile of hoarded papers and school assignments or from the depths of my computer. So everyone can see how my writing has changed/improved over the years. Roles of Women in Society in The House on Mango… Continue reading Throwback Thursday: Roles of Women in Society in The House on Mango Street

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Netgalley Review – Teen Titans Vol. 2: The Rise of Aqualad (Rebirth)

Teen Titans Vol. 2: The Rise of Aqualad (Rebirth) by Benjamin Percy DC Entertainment DC Comics Comics & Graphic Novels The Teen Titans are settling into their new lives in Titans Tower in San Francisco...even if answering to Damian Wayne takes a lot of getting used to. But Beast Boy, Raven, Starfire and Kid Flash… Continue reading Netgalley Review – Teen Titans Vol. 2: The Rise of Aqualad (Rebirth)

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Netgalley Review: A Literary Tea Party

A Literary Tea Party Blends and Treats for Alice, Bilbo, Dorothy, Jo, and Book Lovers Everywhere by Alison Walsh Skyhorse Publishing Cooking, Food & Wine A Literary-Inspired Cookbook for Voracious Readers at Teatime Tea and books: the perfect pairing. There's nothing quite like sitting down to a good book on a lovely afternoon with a… Continue reading Netgalley Review: A Literary Tea Party