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Erica Metcalf
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I run on hot tea, good books, and loud music.
I run on hot tea, good books, and loud music.

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It has been a long time since a book has kept me up late into the morning simply because I couldn't put it down.

No Exit by Taylor Adams was a tale about a young woman who stumbles across a kidnapping in progress. With each twist and turn, my stomach dropped. I just had to keep reading to find out what would happen next!
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When I first heard about this show, I could not wait to watch! Unfortunately, it aired late at night, and with work beginning at 7 am for me, I just couldn't stay up late enough to watch it. When I saw that all of the episodes were available on demand, I dove right in!

If you're a horror fan, I highly recommend checking this out!
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The Tattooist of Auschwitz by Heather Morris is a powerful tale of true love and survival during one of the darkest times of human history. Based on a true story, this book is one that you will definitely want to keep tissues near by while reading.
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For this week's Book Blogger Hop question, C. Lee @ cleemckenziebooks asked: Is there anything that drives you bonkers when you're reading a book and makes you want tell the author a thing or two?
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An Unwanted Guest by Shari Lapena is a cozy murder mystery that centers around an interesting cast, all of whom have brought more than just their overnight packs of baggage with them! This was the perfect read for a cold January day! I could not put it down.
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Last night, my book club and I had the wonderful opportunity to meet Katherine Arden, author of The Winternight Trilogy.
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For this week's #BookBloggerHop question, Elizabeth @ Silver's Reviews asked: What was your first book of the year?
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On Writing: A Memoir of the Craft by Stephen King was a wonderful blend of memoir and lessons about writing fiction. I am a huge Stephen King fan, so I really enjoyed learning about his life and his process!

I can't believe it took me so long to give this one a read! If you've been putting it off as well, I highly recommend moving it closer to the top of your TBR list!
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2019 is looking like a very exciting year for book to screen adaptations! There are SO many that are listed as coming out in 2019. Out of the various lists that I have seen, I am most excited for eight adaptations so far.
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