What to Read

Nevermoor: The Trials of Morrigan Crow is the Next Harry Potter

I was growing tired of reading about everyone's problems.  It got to the point where book after book I reviewed were about people with very deep issues.  I needed a ...
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September Edition: A Note from the Editor

A Special Note from the Editor Fashion. Books. Home. Food. DIY.  These are all things this site promises to deliver, but it has not really lived up to doing just ...
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Book Review: The Exact Nature of Our Wrongs

The Exact Nature of Our Wrongs explores the dysfunctional family dynamic.  Not everyone comes from a perfect, loving and caring family.  There are many that come from screwed up parents, ...
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Miles Morales: A Book to Get Excited About

Book: Miles Morales Author: Jason Reynolds Publisher: Marvel Press, Disney Book Group Release Date: August 1, 2017 Rating: There are very few books I cross paths with that make me ...
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5 Books To Read This Summer

Looking for something new to read this summer?  There are  a few that are out that you can purchase now, and a few coming out this August. 1. Unraveling Oliver ...
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The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo [Book Review]

If you are looking for a great summer read, pick up "The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo." There are very few authors that can transport you into a new world ...
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PW Recommends: Books to Read Now

For those who love Young Adult Fiction, here are a few books to peruse. Edgewater by Courtney Sheinmel is filled with mystery and intrigue as we follow Lorrie Hollander, a ...
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Book Club: A Man Called Ove

Hello, everyone.  It's time to discuss the first official book club selection for 2017: A Man Called Ove.  Even if you haven't finished reading the book, feel free to come ...
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The PW Book Club 2017

The PW Book Club is going to be a little different this year.  I'll be sharing Amazon Kindle First's selections and sharing which book I chose, but separately from the ...
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The 2017 Reading Challenge

Each year, I try to commit to reading a book a week. That is 52 books a year. With every book read, I reward myself monetarily so that I can ...
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