Me Being Me Is Exactly as Insane as You Being You Review: Lists > Story

Me Being Me Is Exactly as Insane as You Being You is a story told entirely in lists. Lists about Darren’s family, his thought processes, the music he plays, the lunch that he eats, what he tells his therapist…you get the idea. For those of you who love to digest everything in neat, categorical, bite-sized lists, …

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Thriller Reviews #2 – The Haunting of Sunshine Girl & What She Left

The Haunting of Sunshine Girl is what I would call a fluffy horror book. Aimed at younger readers, it would be the perfect balance of horror and humour. I love creepy books that will scare me, and while I didn’t find this one to be particularly creepy, there were a few moments that surprised me, with …

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Kissing in America by Margo Rabb Review: A Roadtrip of Discovery

Kissing in America is a story about a girl with unrealistic expectations of love, from reading too many romance novels. Sound familiar? Eva was quite relatable, being cautious in every other area of her life but love. She’s been pining over a guy for a long time, who she develops a genuine friendship with. But when he …

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The Sacred Lies of Minnow Bly by Stephanie Oakes Review: Highly Unexpected

A religious cult with brainwashed fanatics. A headstrong girl with no hands. Leaving one prison for another. Despite it’s subject matter, The Scared Lies of Minnow Bly avoids every single cliche with cults, disability and inmates and is one of the most powerful and compelling books I’ve read all year. The story is highly unexpected, starting with Minnow covered in …

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Indulgence Insider #32 – E3 Gaming Highlights & Blogger Love

Indulgence Insider is our version of Stacking the Shelves, Bought, Borrowed & Bagged and the Sunday Post, bringing you this week’s haul, bookish news and discussion posts from around the blogosphere! What a week of ups and downs in the book blogging world! There was heaps of tension around the blogosphere as of late, which, even …

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Chatterbox: I want a social media “off” button

As much as I love my social media (hell, I even do it for a job), there’s times when it can get overwhelming. Social media has it’s pluses, you can keep up to date with your friends, family, latest news and passions easily from your very own phone. But when your phone constantly buzzes with notifications …

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An Ember in the Ashes by Sabaa Tahir Review: Like a Spark to a Flame

An Ember in the Ashes is both your worse nightmare and a dream come true. For one, it paints a horrible society where scholars are forced out of their homes to be slaves by the Empire, ruled by ruthless, hardened soldiers. But what a journey it presents, one of love, honour, courage and redemption, for …

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Read Play Blog #12 – Game World I’d Like to Live In

Read Play Blog is a meme about video games and books, posted every 16th of the month. Bloggers are encouraged to answer a discussion question, and recommend a video game that is similar to a book they liked. Hosted by Happy Indulgence Books & Read Me Away. Read Play Blog is back for another month …

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Ruby Red by Kerstin Gier Review: I Like Fun Sci-Fi and I Cannot Lie

I adore science fiction books. This is a statement that I accept the same way a person acknowledges a commonly known fact- the sky is blue, the grass is green and I, with every fiber of my being, love science fiction novels. In spite of my ardent admiration for this genre however, the number of sci …

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