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Monthly Wrap Up

February 2020 Wrap Up

What I read this month Ayesha at Last by Uzma Jalaluddin [The Fortune Teller Readathon #1], 5 stars Virgin Soil by Ivan Turgenev, 3 stars Pride and Porters by Charlotte Greene [The Fortune Teller Readathon #2], 4 stars Kalopsia by Lucinda Lamont [damppebbles book tour stop], 2 stars One Word Kill (Impossible Times #1) by […]

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Saturday Wrap Ups

Saturday “Morning” Wrap Up: 2/29

Happy Saturday bookworms! It is admittedly no longer morning, but I ended up sleeping in this morning before work rather than getting up and working on these blog posts sooooo What am I reading? Sea Witch by Sarah Henning This book was recommended on Bookstagram by someone I follow, and I immediately downloaded it from […]

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Reviews

You’ll Never Know: Review

Rachelle is training for a marathon. That’s all she cares about, that’s all that’s important. She’s no longer the girl she saw in the mirrors for the last twenty odd years of life. But when a spill on the treadmill threatens her running progress, everything begins to crash down around her. Is there more to […]

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Ethical Responsibility: On the Writer or on the Reader?

Hello bookworms! For this post I would like to discuss the potential ethical responsibility of writers, readers, and reviewers. I would like to begin with a disclaimer that these are my own opinions and not the opinions of any other individual or group, nor are these opinions judgments on others or advice to follow. Also […]

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The Fortune Teller Readathon Wrap Up

Check out the Bookstagram account for the Fortune Teller Readathon here! My Path For the Fortune Teller Readathon, readers selected a path from the three available. Each path featured five different prompts. I selected the second path available with the following prompts: The New Friend – A book you think will be a new favorite […]

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Escaping From Houdini: Review [Fortune Teller Readathon #5]

Following Audrey Rose Wadsworth’s harrowing adventures in Romania, she finds herself on board a cruise from Liverpool to New York City with her uncle and of course her dearest friend, Thomas Cresswell. With stolen kisses and whispered promises, she and Thomas are more than happy to be trapped on a six night cruise across the […]

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Monday Schedules

Monday Schedule: 2/24 – 3/1

Happy Monday bookworms and welcome to a new week! Let’s get started, shall we? Monday: 2/24 Reading: I am finishing up Escaping From Houdini today by Kerri Maniscalco! Blogging: I don’t have any posts planned outside of this one, but I hope to work on some drafts tonight. Tuesday: 2/25 Reading: Tomorrow it’s my goal […]

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Coffee with Catherine

Coffee with Catherine

Hello bookworms! As is my usual “last Sunday of the month” tradition, I am sitting on the couch with a cup of coffee writing this post before I need to get ready for work. This post will be rambling and mostly musing about my life, and not wholly concentrated on books and the like. But […]

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Saturday Wrap Ups

Saturday Morning Wrap Up: 2/22

Good morning bookworms, let’s get started, shall we? What am I reading? Escaping from Houdini by Kerri Maniscalco The third in the Stalking Jack the Ripper series, this book takes place on board a ship headed from Liverpool to New York. Audrey Rose and Thomas are very much in love, their trysts pleasantly ignored by […]

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Stolen Enchantress: Review [The Fortune Teller Readathon #4]

In the Idelmarch there lies a town called Hamel that borders the dangerous and mysterious Forbidden Forest. Every so often, unwed young girls are called into the Forest by the Beast and presumably meet a gruesome fate. Only being crippled or married saves a girl from this terrible curse. In Hamel lives Larkin, and her […]