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The Ghost in Apartment 2R – Denis Markell

★★★★★ Something has changed there since Jake left. Maybe it's just me. Maybe I'm just making this stuff up...But what if I'm not? Danny has always lived in a two bedroom apartment with his family...well, technically, he lives in a closet. Jake, his older brother, got the bedroom and Danny, being younger, gets the Harry Potter… Continue reading The Ghost in Apartment 2R – Denis Markell

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How to Punch Kids in Bathrooms – John Marszalkowski

★★★★★ John Marszalkowski is back at it again with his signature dry humor and witty one-liners! How to Punch Kids in Bathrooms is a series of short essays - often hilariously titled: You Didn't Ask But Let's Talk About Me about his various thoughts and ramblings - surrounding his life and family. This book is incredibly short, but extremely entertaining.… Continue reading How to Punch Kids in Bathrooms – John Marszalkowski

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The Short Second Life of Bree Tanner – Stephenie Meyer

★★★★ For all those people hating on the novella - calm down already Did it provide a unique and brilliant addition to the quadrilogy? Mmmm....questionable Was Bree's story essential to the series? Definitely not. Was it an enjoyable quick read? Absolutely. This novella takes place during Eclipse (the third twilight novel). During Book 3, we follow Bumbling Bella and the… Continue reading The Short Second Life of Bree Tanner – Stephenie Meyer

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Humanitarians, Visionaries, Heroes, and You – Mary Feliciani

★★★ ½ Don't give up on the ideas and concepts you know are right but seem impossible to obtain. In this book, the author provides her take on several famous and inspirational figures. For the most part, this worked really well. I liked the bite-sized mini biographies and reading about the author's own thoughts and feelings was rather… Continue reading Humanitarians, Visionaries, Heroes, and You – Mary Feliciani

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Dark Web – Talia Vines

★★★ ½ He knows, I thought, swallowing. He knows you're false. Wren, a horse instructor, comes from old money...that has long since run out. Her parents have passed away, her brother is in jail and she lives above a carriage house. A far cry from her grandmother's society life. Wren is approached by agent Tribecca Jones and… Continue reading Dark Web – Talia Vines

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Bulwark – Brit Lunden

Just a quick note - I am absolutely delighted to announce a giveaway via Rafflecopter for one of five signed copies of Brit Lunden's alter ego (Carole P Roman)'s  Can a Princess Be a Firefighter?  and the grand prize includes a $25 Amazon gift card. For more details: click here for the giveaway (ending 8/16/19)! ★★★★ ½ "Who… Continue reading Bulwark – Brit Lunden