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Sunday Street Team – Saving Montgomery Sole

  After this review, take a look below at the giveaway! It was an honor to read and review this book for Pride Month! A lot of people close to me know this but I am pansexual. It's very important to me to spread love to those who struggle with their identity as we all know how difficult it can be to find yourself as you're growing. Since my girls were very young, we've always taught them that love is love. They know it's acceptable for a man or woman to love whom they choose. I'm so proud to be Canadian where it's accepted so much up here. It makes me even more proud as a Canadian to know a pride flag...

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MY LADY JANE Blog Tour – Fun Fact About Jane/Giveaway!

The blog tour for My Lady Jane is in full swing and I'm so glad to be a part of it! I've had a chance to read the book before release and it's so hilarious. I laughed so much. This beauty is in my top 10 for the year. Written by 3 incredible authors ( Jodi Meadows, Cynthia Hand, Brodi Ashton ), this book is bound to make you laugh out loud in public or in crowds. It's that funny.   I'm pleased to share with you a fun fact about Jane! She's an amazing character who happens to be a bookworm. She's wonderful. Look below for a chance to win a copy of My Lady Jane!   BOOK INFORMATION TITLE: My Lady Jane AUTHOR: Cynthia Hand, Brodi...

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Top Ten Tuesday – Ten reasons I Love Reading

Top Ten Tuesday is put on by the wonderful humans over at The Broke and Bookish. I'm super excited about this week's Top Ten Tuesday. It gives me a reason to brag about why I love reading so much. It's such an important part of my day because books are my thing. They have been my thing since I was in elementary school reading the same copy of Oliver Twist over and over. All the amazing book smells and stunning spines. Books are a beautiful thing.      Here are my ten reasons for loving books. I have made some amazing new friends from reading. The book blogging community has been so welcoming and amazing. Getting the chance to talk to authors on a...

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Mental Health Monday – Under Rose-Tainted Skies

    Before you continue on with this review, I need to give a huge THANK YOU to Louise for sending this book to me for a giveaway. I reached out to Louise and asked if she would take part in Mental Health Monday. She mentioned she was pretty busy these upcoming months, but offered to send me a copy of ‘Under Rose-Tainted Skies’ for a giveaway. I’m so honored and excited to share this book with you guys. It’s by far THE BEST mental health related book I have read to date and you’re going to hear me talking about it for a long time. Mental Health Monday is a weekly post from bloggers, authors and everyday people who wish to share...

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The Square Root of Summer

This post is going to be a bit different from others. This is the first book of 2016 that I did not finish. It wasn't because it was a bad book, or because I hated the story. I actually feel like the story would have been an amazing story if I could follow it. The main issue I had is the amount of numbers and science going on in the book. Are science and numbers a bad thing in books? Absolutely not. This isn't about the author at all. It isn't about science being in books. It's about the fact that for me *personally* there was too much going on and my brain felt like exploding. This is a normal thing for...

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Waiting on Wednesday #9

This Waiting on Wednesday is a little different from the others. This WoW features a nonfiction book, and I can't wait to get my hands all over it. My husband and I are HUGE fans of Watsky. If you don't know who Watsky is, he is an amazing spoken word poet, rapper and author that I was introduced to a while ago. He happens to be one of the VERY few rappers I enjoy, and he happens to be one of the most listened to artists on my Google Play. When I found out he was releasing a book, I hopped on the computer and preordered it the same day. He's one of those artists I love so much, that...

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