Paper Dolls: When I was one

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When I was a kid, I loved paper dolls. I collected them with a passion. I had a few cheap Barbie ones, but I was addicted to the Tom Tierney ones. I loved the fancy vintage styles, as I was … Continued

Book Review: Wolves of Black Pine

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Wolves of Black Pine by SJ Himes was a werewolf story that went far beyond my expectations. The book follows the story of Kane, the future pack Alpha, and Luca, the werewolf that comes back into his life after being missing … Continued

Book Review: Midnight Marked

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Chloe Neill’s Midnight Marked brings us back to Merit’s world in the latest installment of the Chicagoland Vampires series. The novel picks up with Merit and the gang trying to take down Adrien Reed and his criminal empire. Magic and … Continued

Current Favorite Things

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Despite the businessy of work and finishing my tech writing course, I’ve found time to discover new things. Well, not so new because these things have been out a while. I’m usually behind when it comes to certain trends. However, … Continued

March Book Madness

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Whaat is it about the month of March that brings a slew of new books in? Most of the authors I love put out a book this month. With the advent of spring, March ensures that you have a book … Continued

Thoughts of Friendship (Inspired from a Book)

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The book Aristotle and Dante Discover the Secrets of the Universe by Benjamin Alire Saenz inspired me to think about the concept of friendship and what it means to me. The story follows the story of Ari and Dante, two teens who … Continued

Book Review: Eleanor & Park

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I’ve been interested in checking out a Rainbow Rowell book and I checked out Eleanor & Park at the library. This book follows the nerdy, awkward romance of Eleanor and Park. It begins with music and comic books and turns … Continued

My Book Tree

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After a long hiatus, I come with a post about creating a book tree. I apologize for the absence. I will summarize and say that I was struggling with work and depression issues. It wasn’t conducive to cheerful, book related … Continued

Life with a learning disability

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A post on my aunt’s Facebook wall made the point that not all disabilities are visible. This is true of having a learning disability. The signs are not always visible. According to the National Center for Learning Disabilities, 4.67 million … Continued

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