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Book Review: Without Merit (Colleen Hoover) @SimonSchusterCA @ColleenHoover

I'm back! September was a crazy month for me. I went back to work after a year off, and my daughter started daycare. Trying to find any kind of work-life balance has been very difficult. I am making a conscious effort to slowly get back to blogging. My first review this month is a good… Continue reading Book Review: Without Merit (Colleen Hoover) @SimonSchusterCA @ColleenHoover

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Book Review: The Last Wave (Gillian Best) @GillianEBest @HouseofAnansi

I will say the first thing that drew me to this novel was it's beautiful cover. I have always been intrigued (and slightly frightened) by oceans and their unseen depths. This novel gave me an entirely different perspective of the water and the way a person connects with it. The Last Wave is a beautifully written,… Continue reading Book Review: The Last Wave (Gillian Best) @GillianEBest @HouseofAnansi

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Book Review: Follow Me Down (Sherri Smith) @SL_Smith_ @forgereads

As a Canadian blogger, I know I need to do a better job of incorporating Canadian authors onto my shelves. I am so happy that I came across Sherri Smith! Follow Me Down was a nail-biting thriller that kept me guessing until the very end. Mia Haas, a pharmacist and recovering addict living in Chicago, gets an… Continue reading Book Review: Follow Me Down (Sherri Smith) @SL_Smith_ @forgereads

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It’s Monday! What Are You Reading? #IMWAYR

It’s Monday! What Are You Reading? Is a weekly post to share what you recently finished reading, what you’re currently reading and what you plan on reading this week. It’s hosted by Kathryn at Bookdate. Another busy week! I'm prepping for my classes which begin next week so I am feeling a little overwhelmed by everything!… Continue reading It’s Monday! What Are You Reading? #IMWAYR

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Book Review: The History of Bees (Maja Lunde) @TouchstoneBooks @majalunde

First, I wish I had a physical copy of this book because the cover is gorgeous! I saw this title on Netgalley a few weeks back and was intrigued by the premise. I know how vital bees are to our environment, so reading about a future in which there are none peaked my interest. What… Continue reading Book Review: The History of Bees (Maja Lunde) @TouchstoneBooks @majalunde

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Excerpt: Pigeon-Blood Red (Ed Duncan) @BookPubServices @pigeonbloodred

I am thrilled to feature an excerpt and synopsis of the thriller, Pigeon-Blood Red today! It is a fast-paced and suspenseful crime thriller by Ed Duncan. Duncan says, “It’s always been said that you should write what you know. I am a lawyer - as is a pivotal character in the novel who is being pursued by a hit man… Continue reading Excerpt: Pigeon-Blood Red (Ed Duncan) @BookPubServices @pigeonbloodred

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Book Review: The Other Girl (Erica Spindler) @EricaSpindler @StMartinsPress

This was my first Erica Spindler novel. I know she is well established in the genre and is a NYT best-seller. I picked up this one knowing no more than the brief synopsis provided on Netgalley, and I have to say I thoroughly enjoyed The Other Girl!  Miranda (Randi) Rader was born on the wrong side… Continue reading Book Review: The Other Girl (Erica Spindler) @EricaSpindler @StMartinsPress

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It’s Monday! What Are You Reading? #IMWAYR

It’s Monday! What Are You Reading? Is a weekly post to share what you recently finished reading, what you’re currently reading and what you plan on reading this week. It’s hosted by Kathryn at Bookdate. I cannot believe how fast this month is flying by! I had a busy week planning and celebrating my daughter's first… Continue reading It’s Monday! What Are You Reading? #IMWAYR

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Book Review: Dead Girls Can’t Lie (Carys Jones) @Aria_Fiction

When I saw this title on Netgalley, I was immediately intrigued. A young woman refuses to believe her friend has committed suicide and does whatever she can to find out how she really died. The concept behind Dead Girls Can't Lie is quite promising, however, there are elements of the novel that just didn't work for… Continue reading Book Review: Dead Girls Can’t Lie (Carys Jones) @Aria_Fiction