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Full of twists and turns, the sophisticated, melodramatic soap opera of Diana’s life keeps the story flowing and evolving with each new development.
Diana Christmas is a thriller fit for the silver screen itself.
Science-fiction is probably the genre I pick up the least often (aside from those I don’t touch at all, obviously…) because I don’t consider myself “technically” minded and thus inadequate to read it. Start talking to me about a big ball of wibbly wobbly… time-y wimey… stuff, or the physics behind it and you will see my eyes simply glaze over.Continue reading
Hi everybody! So after the slight change of scheduling this week as a result of taking part in a blogContinue reading
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I bought this last year, only a couple of months after its release and before I really got into social media with my blog, so any hype would have passed me by. I kept looking at it, again and again, vowing to read it soon but never making good on the promise until last month. When I shouldn’t have done. When I didn’t REALLY have time to.
Oh well, the heart wants what the heart wants.
I dedicated last month’s reading list to ARC’s (with the exception of my slip up reading Strange The Dreamer). That was because this month I wanted to mix it up again this time. In amongst the requests I have, I have a list longer than my arm of traditionally published books I want to read as well. This month is dedicated to those!Continue reading
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I have been looking forward to this post for so long! Today I get to share my thoughts with youContinue reading
I downloaded Living on A Rainbow for free from Amazon a little while ago, after reading a sample of the firstContinue reading