Review: The Incarnations by Susan Barker

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Wang Jun is a taxi driver in China who suddenly discovers that mysterious letters are being left in his cab. Letters that detail his past lives with the unknown author, centuries of history together as soulmates. With each letter, Wang becomes increasingly wary that someone is watching him and his … [continue]

Spotlight: The Girl From the Well & The Suffering’s Rin Chupeco

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Fall is a great time for some spooky books, and Rin Chupeco is back this year with the follow up to The Girl From the Well. I reviewed The Suffering last week but today I wanted to spotlight Chupeco’s spooky series in anticipation of its release tomorrow! The Suffering By Rin Chupeco September 1, 2015; Hardcover ISBN 9781492629832; Trade […]

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Review: The Suffering by Rin Chupeco

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In the follow up to Chupeco’s first spooky novel The Girl From the Well, Tark and his cousin travel to Japan when their friend and a ghost hunting crew go missing within the Aokigahara forest. Infamously known as the “suicide forest”, they must venture in and search for a village that exists in legends in order to rescue […]

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Blog Tour Guest Post: The Merit Birds’ Kelley Powell

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The Merit Birds follows the story of 18 year old Cam, angry that his dad left and angry that his mom’s job is taking them away from Ottawa and over to Laos. However, his anger subsides as he adjusts to life in Southeast Asia befriending the locals and learning about earning merit (aka karma). That […]

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Review: The Wild Oats Project by Robin Rinaldi

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In her 40’s, Robin Rinaldi makes the decision that will change her & her husband’s lives. When her husband decides to get a vasectomy while Robin wanted children she proposes an arrangement. They would have an open marriage where she would move to her own place and see whomever she wants during the weekdays, and […]

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Top 10 Tuesday 108: Auto-Buy Authors

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It’s been a while, both for Top 10 Tuesday and for blog posting, but I love doing these Top 10 lists every week so I am going to try and be more consistent on these every week! I thought this week’s might be tricky actually but when I started listing out the authors who I’d buy […]

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Frenzy Presents! the 2015/2016 Fall/Winter season

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It’s been a busy summer and I somehow ended up with an unplanned hiatus from the blog (sorry for the absence!)… but what better way to get me back into the swing of things than a fun preview event from Harper Collins! I know I seem to say this every year, but this upcoming Fall/Winter […]

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Review: All It Takes by Sadie Munroe

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Star Collins, a 19-year-old who has been living in the foster care system for the last 10 years, returns to her small hometown after finding out that her mother has passed away. As a hoarder, her mother had chosen her stuff over her daughter, and now Star is tasked with the job to clean out […]

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Review: Weightless by Sarah Bannan

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Carolyn, a gifted student & athlete, moves from New Jersey to Alabama and shakes things up at the cliquey school. As the new girl, everyone is interested in her and she is immediately welcomed into the popular group. That is until a video of her making out with the on again/off again boyfriend of the […]

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Review: Modern Romance: An Investigation by Aziz Ansari

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Comedian Aziz Ansari has been doing stand-up for years and he often has bits in his act that have to do with the modern age of romance. Collaborating with Eric Klinenberg, a professor of sociology at NYU, Ansari takes an investigative look into how people meet each other now versus even as recent as 10-15 years […]

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Review: The Truth and Other Lies by Sascha Arango

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Henry Hayden is a best selling author who seems to have an idyllic life. That is until his wife suddenly dies and his mistress announces her pregnancy. If that wasn’t enough, Henry is at a loss for what to do since only he and his wife knew the truth about the novels – that she […]

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Recap: Wine & Chats with Paula McLain & Elizabeth Hay

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One evening last week, I was invited to join a small reception at Oliver & Bonacini’s on Front Street in Toronto where attendees had the opportunity to chat with authors Paula McLain and Elizabeth Hay. In town to promote their latest books, they sat down to enjoy some drinks & snacks while chatting with us. […]

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Mini Reviews: Graphic Novels (June 2015 edition)

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It’s been quite a few months since my last graphic novels review post but I’ve recently read some fantastic ones in the last month that I’m excited to share with everyone. SuperMutant Magic Academy | The Worrier’s Guide to Life | Batgirl, Vol 1 SuperMutant Magic Academy by Jillian Tamaki Originating as an online comic, Tamaki […]

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Review: To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before by Jenny Han

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To get over her crushes, Lara Jean would write love letters to them, seal them and hide them in a hat box rather than ever admitting it to anyone. This worked out fine for Lara Jean all these years until one day she makes the horrifying discovery that the letters somehow got sent out to the […]

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