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Why You Need to Read: “Medusa’s Sisters”

BLOG TOUR presented by Ace, Berkley, and Penguin Random House I apologize for my tardiness of posting this review. Medusa’s Sisters By: Lauren J.A. Bear Published: August 8, 2023 Genre: Fantasy, Folklore, Mythology, Retellings              …we gave our names to the guards and thus, for the first time, to the human world.             “Stheno. Euryale. Medusa.”             As… Continue reading Why You Need to Read: “Medusa’s Sisters”

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An Announcement

As some of you have read it has been 10 years since I started up this blog; and, it has been 5 years since I started posting on a regular basis. In fact, during those 5 years I've been posting weekly. Weekly. Posts. For. Five. Years. Straight. I'm not complaining about these milestones because I'm… Continue reading An Announcement

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Library Reads #3

It's been a while since I posted about the books from the Book Clubs at the library where I work. But, that is because almost each month, I'm reading at least one book for the Book Clubs. Recently, I've been reading and leading the Young Adult Book Club (I won't be reading and leading the… Continue reading Library Reads #3

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Reading Check-In: August 5, 2023

Well, we're in the second half of summer. And, while my reading has been more productive, I'm still struggling to read through many of the books I started as far back as last year. That being said, I managed to finish some excellent books and to write my reviews for them. What have I finished… Continue reading Reading Check-In: August 5, 2023