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The Beast Is An Animal by Peternelle van Arsdale

A girl with a secret talent must save her village from the encroaching darkness in this haunting and deeply satisfying tale. Alys was seven when the soul eaters came to her village. These soul eaters, twin sisters who were abandoned by their father and slowly morphed into something not quite human, devour human souls. Alys,… Continue reading The Beast Is An Animal by Peternelle van Arsdale

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Saturday Song: Mrs. Dalloway, In the Garden by Max Ritcher

Happy Saturday! When I decided that I wanted to use this piece as my Saturday Song, I was already excited for it because I’m in love with it. But then I started doing some research so I’d have something to talk about in my post, and I’m even more excited. Three Worlds. Music from Woolf… Continue reading Saturday Song: Mrs. Dalloway, In the Garden by Max Ritcher

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New York Times ‘By The Book’ Tag

New York Times ‘By The Book’ Tag was created by Marie Berg on Youtube. I, however, was tagged by Klara @ Ribbon Reviews way back in October, and because I’m bad at this, I am only getting around to it now (I do appreciate the tag though!). Let’s do this, shall we? What book is on your nightstand… Continue reading New York Times ‘By The Book’ Tag

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Atone For The Ivory Cloud by Geoffrey Wells

A brilliant composer and coder goes undercover to trap a cybercrime syndicate that has hijacked her website—to traffic blood ivory. She must survive impossible physical, virtual and cultural obstacles and choose between the opposing forces of privacy and responsibility. Allison is stunned when the CIA leaves her no option but to go undercover to surreptitiously… Continue reading Atone For The Ivory Cloud by Geoffrey Wells

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Books I Didn’t Love as Much as I Hoped I Would

Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted over on The Broke and the Bookish. This week’s theme is ‘books that you loved more or less than you thought you would’. I’m going with the latter for this post. Some books get so hyped up and you get so excited about them that you just can’t… Continue reading Books I Didn’t Love as Much as I Hoped I Would