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Book Review: The Princess Saves Herself in this One by Amanda Lovelace

Title: The Princess Saves Herself in this One Author: Amanda Lovelace Publisher: Self-Published Publication Date: April 23rd 2016 Format: Review Copy Genre: Feminism, Poetry My Rating: 3.5/5 star Links: Goodreads  .  Amazon                                     ************************************************** This book isn’t a collection…… Continue reading Book Review: The Princess Saves Herself in this One by Amanda Lovelace

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Top5…#3: Susin Nielsen’s Top 5 Reasons To Be An Optimist

This month, Susin Nielsen released her latest YA novel ” Optimists Die First”.  I really enjoyed reading and reviewing this book, that I had to invite her to share with us her top 5 reasons to be an optimist. But 1st, here is a preview on what I had to say about this novel. “I really do need to…… Continue reading Top5…#3: Susin Nielsen’s Top 5 Reasons To Be An Optimist

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Book Review: Optimists Die First by Susin Nielsen

  Title: Optimists Die FirstAuthor: Susin Nielsen Publisher: Penguin Random House UK Children’s/ Andersen Publication Date:  02 Mar 2017 Genre: YA, Contemporary, Mental Illness Format: Ebook My Rating: 4/5 stars Links: GoodReads  . Amazon  Blurb:Petula has avoided friendship and happiness ever since tragedy struck her family and took her beloved younger sister Maxine. Worse, Petula blames herself. If only she’d kept an eye on…… Continue reading Book Review: Optimists Die First by Susin Nielsen

Depression · Journal · Mental Illness · Neurodiversity · Through the Shattered Glass

Through The Shattered Glass #2

About the series : In case the title didn’t give it all, Through the Shattered Glass is going to be my Grey Journal. I am going to document my lowest, darkest moments in life. It is also a Journal, but it will only display my darkest days, perhaps even a bit about the aftermath.    …… Continue reading Through The Shattered Glass #2

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Book Review: My Friends Are All Weird by Margaret Lesh

  Title: My Friends Are All Strange Author: Margaret Lesh Publisher: StoryRhyme.com Publication Date:  October 16th, 2016 Genre: YA, Contemporary, Mental Illness My Rating: 4/5 stars Links: Goodreads  .  Amazon       I received a review copy in exchange with an honest review. The story begins with Becca, a high school student and our MC,…… Continue reading Book Review: My Friends Are All Weird by Margaret Lesh