Book Review Of “Penguin and Tiny Shrimp Don’t Do Bedtime” By Cate Berry @cberrywriter @BalzerandBray @TLCbooktours @

  Thank you TLC Book Tours for inviting me to read and review this book. My boys and I loved it so much! So proud of my book loving twins! MY REVIEW- This book is very cute, my boys loved it, we read it four times in a row that...

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Book Review Of “Unworthy” By Antonio Monda @doubledaybooks

  A Catholic priest struggles with memories of an illicit romance in 1970s New York in this powerfully intimate novel of faith and doubt, guilt and love. New York in the late 70s: fiscal crisis, rising crime, the great blackout of ’77—the city seemed to be on an irreversible decline...

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Book Review Of “What Should Be Wild” By Julia Fine @HarperBooks #Partner @finejuli

  In this darkly funny, striking debut, a highly unusual young woman must venture into the woods at the edge of her home to remove a curse that has plagued the women in her family for millennia—an utterly original novel with all the mesmerizing power of The Tiger’s Wife, The Snow Child, and Swamplandia!...

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Book Review of “Tin Man” By Sarah Winman @PutnamBooks @randomhouse

This is almost a love story. Ellis and Michael are twelve when they first become friends, and for a long time it is just the two of them, cycling the streets of Oxford, teaching themselves how to swim, discovering poetry, and dodging the fists of overbearing fathers. And then one...

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Book Review Of “Ocean Meets Sky” By Terry and Eric Fan @Simonkids @Simonbooks

From the creators of the gorgeous bestseller The Night Gardener, comes a stunning new picture book about a young boy who sets sail to find a place his grandfather told him about…the spot where the ocean meets the sky. It’s a good day for sailing. Finn lives by the sea and...

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Book Review Of “Tradition” By Brendan Kiely @Simonbooks @simonteen @KielyBrendan

Jules Devereux just wants to keep her head down, avoid distractions, and get into the right college, so she can leave Fullbrook and its old-boy social codes behind. She wants freedom, but ex-boyfriends and ex-best friends are determined to keep her in place. Jamie Baxter feels like an imposter at...

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Book Review Of “The Good Twin” By Marti Green @AmazonPub @mindbuckmedia

In Marti Green’s twisting novel of psychological suspense, twin sisters become engaged in a dangerous deception… Mallory Holcolm is an unfulfilled waitress and aspiring artist living in a Queens boardinghouse when she learns something astonishing about her past: she has an identical twin sister named Charly she never knew existed....

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Book Review Of “Love Death In The Sunshine State” By Cutter Wood @AlgonquinBooks

  Sometimes the facts aren’t the only truth. When a stolen car is recovered on the Gulf Coast of Florida, it sets off a search for a missing woman, local motel owner Sabine Musil-Buehler. Three men are named persons of interest—her husband, her boyfriend, and the man who stole the...

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Book Review Of “One Of A Kind” By Chris Gorman @penguinkids @penguinrandom @penguinusa

Bold, graphic art by indie rocker Chris Gorman of Belly captures the thrill and challenges of marching to your own beat.  Meet a pogo-dancing, punk-rock-loving kid who loves to express himself in his own unique way. His clothes, hairstyle, music, and just the way he hears the world, all set...

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Book Review Of “How To Trick The Tooth Fairy” By Erin Danielle Russell @SimonKIDS @SimonBooks @SimonSchuster

Kaylee loves pulling pranks: from dropping water balloons on passers-by to even tricking Santa Claus, she’s a prize-winning prankster! But is she the Princess of Pranks? No! That title is held by none other than the Tooth Fairy. But when Kaylee loses a tooth and the Tooth Fairy goes about...

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Blog Tour And Book Review Of “Why Kill The Innocent” By C.S. Harris @BerkleyPub

London, 1814. As a cruel winter holds the city in its icy grip, the bloody body of a beautiful young musician is found half-buried in a snowdrift. Jane Ambrose’s ties to Princess Charlotte, the only child of the Prince Regent and heir presumptive to the throne, panic the palace, which...

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Book Review Of “Lang’s Labyrinth” By K. Kibbee @SmithPublicity

Since unravelling the century-old secret behind an eerie ghost town in rural Washington State, life has been anything but ordinary for 13-year-old Anne. Now, she and her companion Grace, find themselves tangled between two worlds—that of the Fae creatures, whose bloodlust for human hosts has led them to empty entire...

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Book Review Of “Girls With Dreams” By Natasha Ravinand @SmithPublicity @NatashaRavinand

The turn of the twenty-first century has proven humankind’s genius. Technology is at its height – space exploration, stem cell research, and self-driving cars are all normal occurrences. However, there happens to be a problem of incredible magnitude rising quickly in the tech sector: only 29% of science or engineering...

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Book Review Of “The Beloveds” By Maureen Lindley @Gallerybooks

An exploration of domestic derangement, as sinister as Daphne Du Maurier’s classic Rebecca, that plumbs the depths of sibling rivalry with wit and menace. Oh, to be a Beloved—one of those lucky people for whom nothing ever goes wrong. Everything falls into their laps without effort: happiness, beauty, good fortune,...

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Book Review Of “All The Beautiful Lies” By Peter Swanson @WmMorrowBooks @PeterSwanson3

Harry Ackerson has always considered his step-mother Alice to be sexy and beautiful, in an “other worldly” way. She has always been kind and attentive, if a little aloof in the last few years. Days before his college graduation, Alice calls with shocking news. His father is dead and the...

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Book Review Of “Somebody’s Daughter” By Rochelle B. Weinstein @Getredpr @amazonpub

Emma and Bobby Ross enjoy a charmed life on the shores of Miami Beach. They are a model family with a successful business, an uncomplicated marriage, and two blessedly typical twin daughters, Zoe and Lily. They are established members of a tight-knit community. Then, on the night of the girls’...

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Book Review Of “The Window” By Amelia Brunskill @penguinrandom @DelacortePress @Ameliab

Anna is everything her identical twin is not. Outgoing and athletic, she is the opposite of quiet introvert Jess. The same on the outside, yet so completely different inside–it’s hard to believe the girls are sisters, let alone twins. But they are. And they tell each other everything. Or so...

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Book Review Of “I Feel Teal” By Lauren Rille @simonkids @audriantoinette

A little girl has a rainbow of emotions in this gentle debut picture book that encourages little ones to express their feelings through color. You’re pink, you’re teal, you’re gray, you’re jade.  You’re every golden, warmy shade… All of us have lots of feelings, and this sweet rhyming story cleverly...

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Book Review Of “Evening Primrose” By Kopano Matlwa @QuercusBooks @QuercusUSA

  With urgency and tenderness Evening Primrose explores issues of race, gender and the medical profession through the eyes of a junior doctor. When Masechaba finally achieves her childhood dream of becoming a doctor, her ambition is tested as she faces the stark reality of South Africa’s public healthcare system....

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Book Review Of “The Flight Attendant” By Chris Bohjalian @doubledaybooks

Cassandra Bowden is no stranger to hungover mornings. She’s a binge drinker, her job with the airline making it easy to find adventure, and the occasional blackouts seem to be inevitable. She lives with them, and the accompanying self-loathing. When she awakes in a Dubai hotel room, she tries to...

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