Discussion Post: Things I Want To See More of in Books —

This post is kind of a hybrid between my usual bookish lists and a discussion post so I’m not sure how to define it but I wanted to share with you guys some of my thoughts on stuff I’d like to see more of in books! These aren’t exclusively aimed toward the Young Adult genre, […]

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So You’ve Been Publicly Shamed: Jon Ronson — CeeCee Reads

Rating: 1/2 This book was certainly an interesting and somewhat frightening read! I haven’t picked up a piece of nonfiction in a little while, and So You’ve Been Publicly Shamed was refreshing. It definitely put me in the mood for more nonfiction in the near future! Even though I didn’t give this one a super high rating, I […]

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“EVELYN PRENTICE” (1934) Review — Claudia’s Journal

“EVELYN PRENTICE” (1934) Review “EVELYN PRENTICE” marked the third collaboration between William Powell and Myrna Loy in 1934. MGM Studios first had the pair co-star with Clark Gable in the hit crime melodrama, “MANHATTAN MELODRAMA”. Then the pair hit gold and became solidified as a screen team in “THE THIN MAN”. Following the success of […]

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My old English professor reviewed MJ-12: Inception and liked it — Michael J. Martinez

I’ve never been one to say, “Don’t read the reviews.” I totally get why some authors might avoid it, and hey, that works too. As for me, I’m a curious sort, and whether they’re good or bad, I tend to simply take whatever’s been said, maybe learn a thing or two about my writing from […]

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“They Are Not Dangerous”: Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them by J.K. Rowling — Reading Malone

The one good thing that 2016 did was gift us with two official Harry Potter additions to the universe. The first, Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, did well enough as a play but its written format split fans. The second, Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, found critical success as both film and […]

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