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Spell the Month in Books: March

Spell the Month in Books: March

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Nichijou, Calendar

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Teaser Tuesday ~ Althea & Oliver

Teaser Tuesday ~ Althea & Oliver

Althea & Oliver, Yellow, Pillow, Young Adult, Cristina Moracho, Sleep, Sickness, Journey, Roadtrip
Today is 15-9, my hubbies birthday, so I thought it (159) would make a nice page number!

“Great. It must be something, finally being around other people who have this condition. Maybe makes you feel less alone, less isolated?”
“All due respect, sir, but being in the hospital instead of high school is pretty isolating.”

Friday’s Page 69 ~ Blanca & Roja

Friday’s Page 69 ~ Blanca & Roja


Any speculation about what had happened always tied Barlcaly Hold and Page Ashby together. They had disappeared on the same day, so it had always followed that they must have made the same choice or met the same fate.
They’re never coming back, Cara Miller had whispered, with the kind of finality no one wanted to ask after.

Top 10 Books of July 2016

Top 10 Books of July 2016

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Review for Dangerous Lies

Review for Dangerous Lies

25396680Even though there were still a few things that I didn’t entirely like (like Trigger, though now with the ending, he did make a perfect villain so I got to give points for that), and I still had one question (where is Reed??), but in overall I just can’t give this book less than 5+ stars. I have been having troubles with reading stuff lately, and this one just grabbed me and held me. I couldn’t stop reading (even if at times I really had to).

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Friday’s Page 69 ~ Dangerous Lies

Friday’s Page 69 ~ Dangerous Lies

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“The nice thing about sitting smack-dab on the street corner is that we’ve got the parking spaces all down the left side of the building. Customers pull in and they don’t have to leave their car to get food. We serve anywhere from twenty to fifty cars a night.” She smiled shyly.
“They don’t take up tables in the dining area and there’s no cleanup. Best of both worlds. Can you start tonight, Stella?”