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Mini-Reviews #3: Falling Kingdoms & You

In the three kingdoms of Mytica, magic has long been forgotten. And while hard-won peace has reigned for centuries, a deadly unrest now simmers below the surface. As the rulers of each kingdom grapple for power, the lives of their subjects are brutally transformed… and four key players, royals and rebels alike, find their fates… Continue reading Mini-Reviews #3: Falling Kingdoms & You

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Why Do You Collect Books? An Analysis of What I’ve Seen in 1.5 Years of Book Blogging

We all have our reasons, right? There’s lots of psychological theories regarding collecting. Wikipedia has a page about it (surprise, surprise). MD Magazine‘s got one as well. We could talk all day about why we collect and how we collect and what are the psychological things that cause us to collect, but 1. I don’t want to write… Continue reading Why Do You Collect Books? An Analysis of What I’ve Seen in 1.5 Years of Book Blogging

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Book Spotlight: Risen by Roxanne Heath

Synopsis: Ragnarok – the cyclical occurrence resulting in the slaughter and resurgence of the universe – is once more coming to pass, taking with it the best warriors that can be offered up to the jaws of Fenrir and his monstrous kin. When three of the best and most burnt-out warriors decide that dishonor is… Continue reading Book Spotlight: Risen by Roxanne Heath

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Review: Sleep Savannah Sleep by Alistar Cross

The Dead Don’t Always Rest in Peace Jason Crandall, recently widowed, is left to raise his young daughter and rebellious teenage son on his own – and the old Victorian in Shadow Springs seems like the perfect place for them to start over. But the cracks in Jason’s new world begin to show when he… Continue reading Review: Sleep Savannah Sleep by Alistar Cross

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Small Business Sunday #4: The Most Common Questions I Get Asked

Small Business Sunday is a weekly feature where I talk about my work as a music therapist, running a company on my own, and the things that comes up as we go along. I’m very fortunate to live in a place where it is super common for women to own businesses, so I get to… Continue reading Small Business Sunday #4: The Most Common Questions I Get Asked

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Saturday Song: I Wouldn’t Be by Kodaline

Happy Saturday! This song came up in a session this past week, and it’s been stuck in my head since. So I’ve decided to share it here with you today! This song is cool because it’s so simple. Mostly just vocals. And it makes for a great talking point in my sessions, since you can… Continue reading Saturday Song: I Wouldn’t Be by Kodaline

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Book Review: A Head Full of Ghosts by Paul Tremblay

The lives of the Barretts, a normal suburban New England family, are torn apart when fourteen-year-old Marjorie begins to display signs of acute schizophrenia. To her parents’ despair, the doctors are unable to stop Marjorie’s descent into madness. As their stable home devolves into a house of horrors, they reluctantly turn to a local Catholic… Continue reading Book Review: A Head Full of Ghosts by Paul Tremblay

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Suggestions and Recommendations for Requesting Reviews

I’ve been doing this whole book blogging and review thing for a while, and I’ve received quite a few review requests from authors, publicists, and publishers. And having read many of these requests, I’ve discovered some things that are great and some that make you wonder. So I’ve decided to put together a list (as… Continue reading Suggestions and Recommendations for Requesting Reviews

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23 Thoughts I Had While Reading Turtles All The Way Down (Spoilers)

So this was an idea I had about half way through reading this book. So I probably had more thoughts than this, but because I wasn’t actively making note of them, I don’t remember what they were. A couple got tossed in there, but most of them are from second half on. So needless to… Continue reading 23 Thoughts I Had While Reading Turtles All The Way Down (Spoilers)

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Review: Loving Lakyn by Charlotte Reagan

Lakyn James is sixteen years old and hating every second of it. He was supposed to be done, he’d tapped out. End of story, unsubscribe here. Suicide “attempt”, they said. His intentions had no “attempt” in them.  Re-entering normal life after ‘trying’ to take his own is weird. Especially when the world keeps going like… Continue reading Review: Loving Lakyn by Charlotte Reagan