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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: Notes to Self by Avery Sawyer

Happy Tuesday everyone! Today’s featured book review is another trip into the Young Adult bookspace. My review copy of Notes to Self was graciously provided by the author, Avery Sawyer.

Notes to Self. I love this title – I actually have a work-in-progress WITH this title, actually. (teehee) It could not be more different than […]

Looks Like Someone has a Blogoversary Coming Up…

So it looks like March 4 is my blogoversary – according to the blogoversary counter, which I set up when I remembered to pay attention to details like Blog Day One. (teehee) Honestly, it hardly seems possible that I have been doing this for a year. I’m not sure what I’ll do to celebrate – […]

Guest Post: Excerpt from Lair of the White Wyrm by Lea Ryan

So sorry for the delay-by-a-day folks, but technical issues plague us all sometimes… Today’s post is an excerpt from a delightful author I have had the pleasure to “meet” online. Teehee – I love that I get to “meet” people regularly now, from the privacy of my own home. Sometimes the online world fascinates me… […]

Book Review: Kiwi and the Missing Magic by Vickie Johnstone

Happy Book Review Tuesday! Last month I brought you a guest book review of Kiwi in Cat City, a young adult book by Vickie Johnstone, courtesy of The Step-Daughter (aka Alynn). Well, today I am bringing you my take on the sequel, Kiwi and the Missing Magic . My review copy was generously provided by […]

Guest Post: Why Fantasy? by Victoria Simcox – and a Giveaway!

As promised last week, today I am happy to bring you a guest post from author Victoria Simcox, author of The Magic Warble, on why she writes (and reads) fantasy. I love talking with authors about why they write what they write – and with readers on why they enjoy certain genres – I always […]

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