Sadie

If she dies, she takes the truth with her. – The hook line that seems to be the focal point in advertising the upcoming YA Thriller Sadie by Courtney Summers. I initially discovered this novel through an advertisement that popped up on my Instagram feed inviting people to sign up for a free ARC (advance readers copy). I was intrigued enough from the bit of information on the book through the advertisement that I signed up. Now I’m not sure if everyone who did received a copy, but I was thrilled when a copy showed up at my PO Box just the other day. While this is Summers’ sixth novel, I personally had never heard of her before. After reading – no, correction, devouring this book though, I know I’m going to have to check out more of this Canadian author’s work.
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Tales from the Haunted Wordsmith

I wasn’t sure what to expect when I managed to pick up a free eBook edition of Teresa Grabs’ Tales from the Haunted Wordsmith: A Short Fiction Collection at the end of May. When I got it, I wasn’t sure how long until I would read it until recently when I had finished one book and needed something easy to read. There’s a lot going on behind the scenes and I didn’t want one huge novel to get into. It seemed like the perfect opportunity to pick up Teresa’s book and indulge in her tales.
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Twisted Fate

Allow me to preface this review with the fact I don’t normally read anything in the Romance genre. Honestly, it’s nothing personal it’s just not my usual flavor of reading material. Apparently though when you add a dash of Urban Fantasy in a New Adult setting to the mix, I get all sorts of intrigued and can’t help myself from trying it out. Canadian Indie Author Jessie Elliott caught my attention with the plot of her debut novel Twisted Fate.
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Be Your Own #Goals

One of the fun things about personal development books is that they simply aren’t for everyone. No one single book in this genre has the answers for every single person. If such a book existed, then we wouldn’t need so many of them out there. We would all just lean on that one book to inspire and guide us in some sort of Stepford Wives-esque path. Instead we all have a beautiful unique path to take in life. Kristen Martin touches on this in Chapter 11 of her latest release, Be Your Own #Goals, reminding us that, “Our experiences are unique to each and every one of us.” So keep in mind while you might read a book and find it to be utterly crap, someone else might read that same personal development book and find it to be simply amazing.
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