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Vampires Never Get Old Review

★★★★ Vampires Never Get Old edited by Zoraida Córdova and Natalie C. Parker Disclaimer: Some of the links in this post are affiliate links, meaning I will earn a small amount of commission on any purchases made through these links at no extra cost to you.I was sent a copy of this novel by the… Continue reading Vampires Never Get Old Review

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#PrideLibrary21 announcement

Anniek (Anniek's Library), Michelle (Michelle Likes Things) and I are back for the third year in a row with another Pride challenge, full of prompts for bookstagram, blogs or both! For the past two years we've hosted this challenge to post (about) queer books every day, and it is always such a huge success that… Continue reading #PrideLibrary21 announcement

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Marion Lane and the Midnight Murder Review

★★★★ Marion Lane and the Midnight Murder by T. A. Willberg Disclaimer: Some of the links in this post are affiliate links, meaning I will earn a small amount of commission on any purchases made through these links at no extra cost to you.I was sent a copy of this novel by the publishers to… Continue reading Marion Lane and the Midnight Murder Review

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Libro.FM ALC’s: March Reviews

Libro.FM offered six audiobooks for March and I chose two very highly anticipated releases to download, listen to and review. Both titles were books I was very excited for; the third novel in the brilliant The Brown Sisters series by Talia Hibbert, Act your Age, Eve Brown and Aiden Thomas's (author of Cemetery Boys) second novel,… Continue reading Libro.FM ALC’s: March Reviews

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Language and Identity in Dream Country by Ashaye Brown

Today's blog post is a guest post about language and identity by debut author Ashaye Brown. As someone who was raised bilingually, language has always been an important element of my life, particularly since my first language, Welsh, has overcome many obstacles to still be spoken today. I was very interested to discover Ashaye Brown's… Continue reading Language and Identity in Dream Country by Ashaye Brown