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Erin Tweed
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The Best Books of 2017
Let's be honest, 2017 wasn't the best year in reading for me. Between school, an internship, dance class, and college applications, plus all the other insanity, I didn't have a lot of reading time on my hands. But there were some books that meant everything...
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New Year + Big News
Happy New Year! I suppose I'm here wondering how to start this off right, as we all do this time of year. I'm not really one for the "new year, new me/new start" mindset; I am too reluctant to let go of the past year when the new one rolls around. I spend m...
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A Conjuring of Light by V.E. Schwab
The Shades of Magic series has definitely made my top ten list. I've been reading (and loving) V.E. Schwab for  years  and she never fails to amaze. A Conjuring of Light is a perfect example of how authors should wrap up series, with heart, skill, and a tou...
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Popular Books I'll Never Read
I'll admit, there are just some super popular books that everyone reads that I have zero interest in, for whatever reason. It can make me feel a little out of the loop sometimes while everyone discusses said books with excitement and ardor, and once and a w...
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The Hammer of Thor by Rick Riordan
"Just like the good old days: marching together into the unknown, searching for missing magical weapons and risking painful death. I’d missed my buddies!" < Publication Date: October 4, 2016 Publisher: Disney Hyperion  Pages: 471 Series: Magnus Chase and th...
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The Hammer of Thor by Rick Riordan
Rick Riordan is never disappointing. After all the different gods and books, I've never been left feeling like the book wasn't worth reading.   The Hammer of Thor , as the sequel to The Sword of Summer , is a typical Riordan-style quest. It's an expected pl...
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The Best of Netflix (2017)
Like everyone else, I have a slight obsession with Netflix. I've binge watched a problematic number of movies and TV shows, and while it is difficult to choose my absolute favorites, I've attempted to narrow the frighteningly long list down to the best. (Al...
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The Motion of Puppets by Keith Donohue
Publication Date: October 4, 2016 Publisher: Picador Pages: 272 Series: Stand Alone Genre: Horror Synopsis:  In the Old City of Québec, Kay Harper falls in love with a puppet in the window of the Quatre Mains, a toy shop that is never open. She is spending ...
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Road Trip Reads
You may be wondering, "What is a road trip read?" The answer is simple: to me, it is a book that is exciting enough to capture and keep your attention, that is fun to read and not too dense or serious, and something that could inspire you on your own trip. ...
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YA Tropes I Hate
Admittedly, one of the reasons I stopped reading an abundance of YA books is due to the surplus of insanely ridiculous and overused cliches that seem to appear in every other novel.  I think we are all a little sick of them.   1. Lack of communication as a ...
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