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For the Love of Literature

As a bibliophile, my passion for books coalesces with a love of writing, and writing book reviews allows me to share literature with the world.
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January
22
reviewed: The Life and Times of the Real Winnie-the-Pooh by Shirley Harrison
A few days prior to beginning “The Life and Times of the Real Winnie-the-Pooh”, I read Ann Thwaite’s “Goodbye Christopher Rob...
December 2017
27
reviewed: Creature Keepers and the Hijacked Hydro-Hide
Quirky characters and a rather zany storyline mark “Creature Keepers and the Hijacked Hydro-Hide”, the first book in the epon...
December 2017
24
December 2017
19
November 2017
03
reviewed: The Sound of Diamonds by Rachelle Rea
Opening in the Low Countries in the Netherlands in late August 1566, Rachelle Rea’s “The Sound of Diamonds” sets the stage fo...
October 2017
29
reviewed: Runaway Romance by Miralee Ferrell
Reality TV star Ann Stanway finds herself getting a reality check of her own in this timely novel by award-winning author Mir...
October 2017
27
reviewed: The Determined Heart by Antoinette May
With echoes of her deceased mother Mary Wollstonecraft’s avant garde feminism undergirding the narrative, Mary Godwin Shelley...
October 2017
19
reviewed: My Absolute Darling by Gabriel Tallent
My thoughts regarding this book are conflicting. I really wanted to like it, and although I almost gave up on it after the fi...
reviewed: Brother by Ania Ahlborn
And the dysfunctional family of the year award goes to the Morrows. On its surface, this story is reminiscent of that of the ...
reviewed: Brother by Ania Ahlborn
And the dysfunctional family of the year award goes to the Morrows. On its surface, this story is reminiscent of that of the ...
reviewed: Sometimes I Lie by Alice Feeney
“Sometimes I Lie” is an evocative thriller that takes readers down the rabbit hole with protagonist Amber Reynolds. The actio...
reviewed: The Other Girl by Erica Spindler
A short but thought-provoking read, Erica Spindler’s “The Other Girl” is reminiscent of something from Investigation Discover...
September 2017
26
reviewed: Generation of the Last Hour by Rochele Rosa
Written with a light Christian nuance, “Generation of the Last Hour” is a rather unique addition to the dystopian genre. Alth...
September 2017
22
reviewed: 13 Minutes by Sarah Pinborough
Books such as “13 Minutes” are one of the reasons why I love Goodreads giveaways. They offer reads outside my usual genres, o...