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Ayesha at Last: Review [Polarthon #1, Fortune Teller Readathon #1]

One morning, as Khalid watches his neighbor through his window, forces are set into motion that will change his and his neighbor’s lives completely. A new, Islamophobic boss leads Khalid to join friends outside of work at a “lounge” he would rather avoid. There, his neighbor Ayesha performs a poem that sticks to his soul. […]

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Blogtober Day 4: The First Girl Child (Review)

The First Girl Child weaves a mythical story in the land of Saylock, once settled by the Northmen. In Saylock, runes are guarded by Keepers and the five clans are descended from Odin the Allfather through his son, Saylock. When the clans are cursed to bear no more girl children, tensions begin to rise. It […]

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Review: Awakened, House of Night series #8

Awakened is the eighth book in the House of Night series by PC and Kristin Cast. This review may contain spoilers for the previous seven books. If you would like a review of the series as a whole, please see my post here. First Thoughts I started reading the House of Night series when it […]

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The author who got me back into reading…

I started reading at an unusually young age and I frankly didn’t stop for a long time. As a kid, my family didn’t have cable TV, and we didn’t have an extensive collection of VHS or DVDs. I managed to hit some major popular culture moments, but usually only after I’d missed out on the […]

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Curse of Magic, Review

In the second book of the Fairy Tale Enchantress series, K.M. Shea follows the adventures of Apprentice Angelique, Enchantress-in-Training, who is left adrift after the kidnap of her instructor Enchanter Evariste. Evariste for his part must resist losing hope as he remains trapped, memories of Angelique keeping him from giving into despair. Warning: Here Be […]