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The Boy Who Loved the Moon -Rino Alaimo

★★★★ Casting her light through an open window, she captured the heart of a lonely boy. One night, all of the lights of the neighborhood went out - completely out - and a little boy looked out the window. And he saw the moon in a way he never saw her before. Immediately, he knows he has… Continue reading The Boy Who Loved the Moon -Rino Alaimo

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An Enchantment of Ravens – Margaret Rogerson

★★★★ ½ Before I begin, just letting you know that I got my copy fromUppercase - a lovely monthly book subscription box. It was so exciting to read a book that the author signed!! I was alive in a way I never had been before, in a world that no longer felt stale but instead crackled with… Continue reading An Enchantment of Ravens – Margaret Rogerson

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Margin Play – Eric Plume

★★★★★ Sacrifices had to be made. Amber Eckart, private investigator, is struggling to keep her business afloat. The bills are piling up and there's no end in sight. Except, a mysterious lawyer shows up with a check large enough to perk anyone's interest. There's a foreclosure on an old woman's house that seems a bit...suspicious. The lawyer wants… Continue reading Margin Play – Eric Plume

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The Reformed Vampire Support Group – Catherine Jinks

★★★★ ½ Contrary to popular opinion, vampires are not sexy, romantic, or powerful. In case you hadn't noticed, vampires are dead. Nina Harrison, age 15 (on the outside) and age 50ish (on the inside) is a vampire. But, unfortunately, vampires in real life are far from Hollywood's vision. The plain fact is, I can't do anything… Continue reading The Reformed Vampire Support Group – Catherine Jinks

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The Ghost of Crow Cavern – Norman Mounter & John Wedlake

★★★ ½ This was not how the world should be. Nothing like this had ever happened in Nutshaven before. The red squirrels whisper among each other in eager anticipation the prophesied arrival of newcomer is nearly upon them! Everyone knows what'll happen: The foreigners will bring wealth! They'll bring inventions! They'll help make society a better place! And… Continue reading The Ghost of Crow Cavern – Norman Mounter & John Wedlake

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The Unofficial Harry Potter Cookbook – Dinah Bucholz

★★★★★ Honestly, one of my favorite books ever. Dinah Bucholz, a huge Harry Potter fan and food lover, has always been interested in what the characters are eating. So much of Hogwarts's magic revolves around food - from the Great Hall tables to home-cooked recipes a la Mrs. Weasley's wandwork. And yet, where does one go if… Continue reading The Unofficial Harry Potter Cookbook – Dinah Bucholz

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Been There, Married That – Gigi Levangie

★★ "Lip filler lemmings," I said. "I'd tell them to jump off a cliff into the Pacific, but we all know silicone floats." Agnes Murphy Nash spent the last decade or so acting the part of the Hollywood Wife - expensive clothes, flawless makeup, and the right friends in the right places. Trevor, her husband, has always… Continue reading Been There, Married That – Gigi Levangie