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Professional Reader 2016 NetGalley Challenge 25 Book Reviews

2016 Reading Challenge

2016 Reading Challenge
Jill Elizabeth has read 47 books toward her goal of 125 books.
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Book Review: Seven Point Eight by Marie Harbon

For today’s Book Review Tuesday, we are going on a wild sci-fi ride, courtesy of author Marie Harbon. I contacted Marie a long time ago (I’m so sorry for the delay Marie!) in response to her request for reviewers which was kindly put out by Kate at Reads, Reviews & Recommends back in August. My […]

For Those Who’d Rather Die Than Read (teehee)

Ah, I slay me. Oh wait, actually, these authors will (sort of). You see, today’s list is all about life, death, after-life, other-life, immortality, and/or divinity.

I’m so punny.

Seriously though, there are a lot of really great and interesting stories out there about death/after-life in all its possible (re)incarnations (teehee, I’m sorry, I will […]

Giving Thanks Indeed…

Happy Thanksgiving!! (If you’re not in America, Happy American Thanksgiving and Local November 24th!!)

Here at Jill-Elizabeth.com I have a LOT to be thankful for this year, and I think today’s post will be all about listing those things – 24, I think, since the holiday happens to fall on the 24th. So here goes […]

Book Review and GIVEAWAY: Aralen Dreams by Charles Thompson

Today’s book review is the best kind of fiction – it reads like an actual memoir. This is in large measure due to the fact that the author based his story on his own real-life experiences as a Peace Corps volunteer in Panama. But I think it is also – in an even larger measure […]

Words Words Words

So I’ve been thinking about words a lot lately. I think in and about words all the time. I’m a total left-brainer, all about logic and reasoning (hello lawyer and philosophy major!), I’m a writer (I know, I know – little creative right-brain bits sneak in from time to time), a compulsive reader, and an […]

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