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2018 Reading Challenge

2018 Reading Challenge
Jill Elizabeth has read 25 books toward her goal of 175 books.

Book Review: I Will Be Complete by Glen David Gold

I wanted to like this one. I really enjoyed Carter Beats the Devil (fiction by the author) – the writing, the storytelling style, the character development – and assumed that would translate into enjoying this memoir. Unfortunately, it did not. I just could not engage with the story/writing. It felt jumpy, skipping from topic to […]

Book Review Blurb: #FashionVictim by Amina Akhtar

Like a number of other readers I found this one frustrating and disappointing… Based on the blurb I expected something more than the usual lightweight fashion fare. Based on the blurb, I was expecting more substance, more mystery, more clever banter. What I got instead felt more derivative, more unlikable, and more trite. Heathers is […]

Book Review: School for Psychics by K.C. Archer

This one was surprisingly uneven, and therefore only three stars despite some things I really liked… It started out strong, with some hysterical insights and one-liners. Teddy is a snarky cynic – two qualities I quite admire in protagonists. She’s also willful and self-deceptive and nowhere near as independent as she wants everyone (including herself) […]

Guest Post: The Future of Journalism by Rick Pullen

Today I’m pleased to bring you author/editor Rick Pullen’s take on the future of journalism. His latest book – Naked Truth – is the second in a new thriller series about newspaper reporter Beck Rikki. I thought it a timely offering for today, given that (U.S.) election day is tomorrow… Enjoy – and don’t forget […]

Book Review: The Book of Ralph by Christopher Steinsvold

Like so many other readers (apparently), this one lost me somewhere in the middle… I really liked the concept and the beginning (and the cover). It felt fresh and snarky and original and I was entertained by its slams of pop culture and novel take on aliens. Ralph was cute without being saccharine-sweet; Markus was […]



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