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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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BLOG TOUR – The Mirror King

    Let's take a moment to remember the emotions and tissues needed at the end of The Orphan Queen.      Book two is almost here and I was so lucky to have the chance to read the arc. The Orphan Queen left us all with so many questions and wondering what was going to happen to our beloved Tobiah. I remember finishing The Orphan Queen and just crying. It took me a while to recover from my feelings, and things didn't change this time around. The amount of emotion and feelings in this book is absolutely perfect. A great combination mixed together that's going to have you raving about it for a long time. The world in both of these books is  incredible. I...

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Wolf’s Own: Ghost

\         This was my first time reading a Carole Cummings book, and I know for sure, that I will be reading more. This book - Oh man. It had me on the edge of my seat! I didn't want it to end. And a book with gay characters, Heck yes I want more! We need more books with same sex couples, and this one was absolutely amazing. The male characters from this book, happen to be some of my favorites, coming in tied with the lovely gentleman from  The Relics of Gods. With SO many different personalities, and 2 fantastic back stories, I can't help but love them both so much. Malick has to be one of my favorite characters this year - He's so sure...

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Awakening

    First off, I LOVE reading Canadian authors! I have mentioned this before, but finding out that Shannon is from Newfoundland Made me giddy. ( If you don't know, I do live on the east coast of Canada in Nova Scotia! ) So this excited me greatly. I love a good dystopian, and I've been throughly enjoying Entangled Teen this year. Mash them all together into an amazing book, and you have 'Awakening'. This was a book that I felt was a great fit for me, it had just the right amount of romance in it, but not enough into scaring me away from reading it.  TheProtectorate was quite interesting, and to top it all off - The Dreamscape and the Terrorscape....

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The Thorn and the Sinking Stone

    Entangled Teen has some amazing books coming up this year, and 'The Thorn and the Sinking Stone' is on that list of amazing. It has a very 'Romeo and Juilet' feel to it, with lots of action, family drama, and rivalry.  It is very fast-paced, with lots of romance and action to keep you wanting to read more. Sebastian Leold, who is the sinking stone, and Valencia, who is the thorn, met when they were younger. Even though they come from different families, they had a run in when they were smaller. Now, their lives have crossed passed, and not for a good reason. We see these two struggling with who they are, and who their family wants them to be. Both...

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Biggie

  'Biggie' is one of the first books this year that I can relate to. Because, I myself, am a bigger lady. Fluffy as I put it. I know the pain of being teased and made fun of in school. The author grabs your feels right in the beginning and takes you along right until the very end. Biggie AKA Henry has quite the history and deals with so much in the present as well. He is a smart kid, with good grades. Henry chose to gain more weight as he grew up, because it kept people from him. He wanted to be less of a target and not noticed by his peers. It made him less of a target in school, after...

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Character Reveal: Wilhelmina Korte

ONE WEEK! IT'S ALMOST HERE! And I can't wait to have my hands on it! Jodi is my favorite author, and someone I am lucky to call a great friend. 'The Orphan Queen' is a new series coming, and I can't wait. I've been counting down the days. I keep looking at my husband and going '__ Days' and he laughs at me. He knows exactly what I am counting down to! I've been reading reviews, seeing what people think and it just gets me more excited for what's to come! This is my most anticipated book for the year, and for the month of March! Myself and some fellow book bloggers are going to be revealing a fact about Wil, the main character of...

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Empty Cup

  First off, I must say, being Canadian I love to read Canadian writing. I had a goal to read more Canadian writing this year, and I am glad I read this book. I knew, when I read the description of this book, that this book was going to be a hard one to read. Sometimes, the hardest books to read, the are ones that need to be read. This lovely book touches on many conversations, and topics, that we as people sometimes tend to avoid in life. It brings to life the harsh reality that some people face daily. Raven has a less than perfect home life, dealing with a mother who turns a blind eye to what her boyfriend does to...

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Lucas MacKenzie and the London Midnight Ghost Show

  I am going to start off with, of course, the amazing cover. Because I am a complete sucker for a great cover. It's the first thing someone sees, and it PULLS a reader in. This one did just that. Great job Month9Books! This book, I really liked. It was a great middle school book, that in the future I will let my daughter read. ( It's still a bit too early for her. ) Lucas has quite the job for his age, and that involves running into some unexpected creatures along the way. Ghosts, vampires, the adventure never ends for him. He goes on quite the quest to find his friend Yorick, and trying to find his family. He felt it was...

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