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    The Chronicles of Luxaar By Prometheus Silver

    Amazon And Goodreads Summary Luxaar, a foreigner to the desert Provence of Zariban, and his troublesome partner The Rat plan what is to be a simple heist. Nothing goes as planned as soon as they enter the mansion of Rez-Hilkta. Eccentric, never seen and collector of rare items. Once inside they are introduced to a world of magic, strange and bizarre creatures and the stolen princess. Luxaar is forced to adapt to a world he knows nothing about or die. They barely escape the mansion with their lives and the Scrolls of Nida-Darth what they were there for in the first place. On the way to the city of Hesin…

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    Forbidden By Erin Crocker (Review)

    Pre-orders available for Erin Crocker’s “Forbidden” Does evil lurk in Devil’s Creek, or are residents of Paradise Grove manifesting a darkness far more sinister? Genre: horror, LGBT+, allegory b (A story that uses a metaphor to present a moral whether it be political or just about society) Pre-order an eBook on December 10th , or purchase a paperback on January 8th . For more info and teasers, follow Erin on social media! Facebook Twitter Instagram Preorder link: https://amzn.to/2rs3Sy7 Life Story Erin was born in Kansas City, Missouri and later moved to the small town of El Dorado Springs (That’s El Do-RAY-Do), Missouri where she spent most of her life. In…

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    The City of Saints: The Hood Series

    “Because a ten-year-olds will to freedom is a greater threat to monarchy then weapons are.” “I have a mind of my own, but I am not allowed to think for myself.” Amazon- 4.7 out of 5 stars Summary: In a dystopian world, cyborgs have taken over. To escape persecution and genocide, a ten-year-old girl, Nuha Edel must run away from a war her elders have started. With the spread of an unknown disease and the rise of anarchy, Nuha tries to flee from the wreckage of war but instead ends up in the arms of the cyborgs, who are programmed to kill her kind. The real problem erupts when Nuha realizes…

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    Rainbow Trilogy by Alex Sanchez

    Rainbow Boys (Rainbow Trilogy #1) Here, we follow three gay boys in high school who are still closeted apart from one of the boys. Now that’s the hardest period in a person who is LGBTQIA+. Something that I notice straight out was that the language has changed from then to now. For example, the word “queer” is given a bad light. However, the word “queer” is now being widely used in the LGBTQIA+ community. I felt that the wording is a bit outdated, and I didn’t like the cover, but that’s just my opinion. My rating is 2/5 stars. Goodreads Blurb Jason Carrillo is a jock with a steady girlfriend, but he can’t…

  • Other Blogs To Check Out,  Short Stories

    Introducing A New Category On My Blog!

    So I was talking to inkgirlandwords (who by the way has an amazing blog so please check it out IMMEDIATELY) and she suggested I do a category where I talk about some blogs I like with 50 or less followers so as to help grow their blog! I will be talking about 2 blogs today which I really liked: 1. Violeta- she writes short stories with very interesting topics! She started blogging pretty recently and she also takes suggestions for topics to write stories on. If you’re interested in short stories I would highly recommend checking out her blog and even if you don’t particularly like short stories check it out and you might actually love her…

  • Awards

    The Versatile Blogger Award #2

    I was nominated for this award by Jeyran Main and Shruti! I got nominated for this award by both of them!! Jeyran is an awesome writer and has amazing book reviews so please check out her blog!! Shruti is an Indian girl living and exploring Germany so if like me your obsessed with Germany or trying to get a hang of German please do check out her blog! The Rules:  1) Display the award on your blog. 2) Thank the blogger that nominated you and provide a link to their blog. 3) Share seven facts about yourself. 4) Nominate 15 bloggers for the award and provide links to their blog. Seven Facts About…

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    Book Review: Bridget Jones’s Diary

    *Warning: Contains Spoilers* “I like you very much, just as you are” I had been meaning to read Bridget Jones’s Diary by Helen Fielding for a while now and I finally just got a chance to read it. Well I have a small confession to make- I haven’t finished the whole book yet because I had to revise for a history test I had today but I am almost done so I decided to write the review anyway. Bridget Jones is a very, very relatable character who is mildly obsessed with her co-worker Daniel, smokes too much and has some self-esteem problems. She has a sort of out of control…

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    Book Review: And Baby Makes Two

    *Warning: Contains Spoilers* “Getting what you want is only the beginning.” I finally read And Baby Makes Two by Dyan Sheldon. This mildly light hearted yet extremely realistic and hard hitting books is one of my favorites. Dyan Sheldon has a way of connecting with her audience and really being able to describe a teenage mind and life. This book is about a fifteen year old girl, Lana, who makes some seriously bad decisions and ends up going through a much deserved hard time. Unlike most books to do with teenagers this isn’t a love story, it doesn’t make teenagers look like deep, misunderstood young adults and it isn’t afraid…

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    Book Review: The Kite Runner

    *Warning: Contains Spoilers* “And that’s the thing about who mean everything they say. They think everyone else does too.” The Kite Runner is Khaled Hosseini’s first book which was published in 2003. This book is why I went on to read A Thousand Splendid Suns and did a review for it that you can read here. I originally read this book quite a while back and remember being totally engrossed. I read it again as part of my English class for school and I loved it just as much as I had the first time I read it. This book is as emotionally gripping as all of Hosseini’s books are.…

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    Book Review: A Thousand Splendid Suns

    *Warning: Contains Spoilers* A Thousand Splendid Suns by Khaled Hosseini is an incredible book about two women from different families and different backgrounds who are forced to suffer the same fate as a result of unfortunate events. These two women go on to form an extraordinary bond and fight for their freedom. Unlike Hosseini’s first book The Kite Runner this one focuses more on the lives of young women in Afghanistan. I originally read this book for my English class and absolutely loved it. Hosseini has a certain way of using characters to bring out emotions and create realistic situations. His books are always very honest and raw and discuss…