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Superhighway by Alex Fayman

Superhighway is the first book in the trilogy written by Alex Fayman. It is the story of a teenager named Alex, who finds that by looking at a picture on a computer of any place on earth and holding a network cable, he can slip into the electronic world and go to that place. The… Continue reading Superhighway by Alex Fayman

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Action, Contemporary, Crime, Fiction, Memoir, Reviews, Suspense

Gringo by Dan “Tito” Davis

Gringo: My Life on the Edge as an International Fugitive was written by Dan "Tito" Davis. Gringo is the author’s life memoir, unfiltered. The story takes the readers through how he got involved in the drug business in college. Later on, he gets set up by a childhood friend and has to go on the… Continue reading Gringo by Dan “Tito” Davis

Comedy, Dystopian, Fiction, Reviews, Romance, Women's Fiction

The Dancer by Elin Peer

I just finished reading the Elin Peer’s latest book in the Men of the North series, The Dancer. To say that I had been bursting with anticipation waiting for the book, is a gross understatement. I was nervous about reading it during the week because I know how I get with a good book. So,… Continue reading The Dancer by Elin Peer

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REVIEW: The Guardian by Dee Henderson

A federal judge has been murdered. Shari is the only one witness, and the assassin wants her dead. To make things harder, her father and brother are shot and gravely injured trying to save her, and the federal judge was as close to an uncle, as she ever had. U.S. Marshall Marcus O'Malley doesn't expect… Continue reading REVIEW: The Guardian by Dee Henderson

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The Genius by Elin Peer

What do you do when your childhood crush, from when you were 15 years old, confuses you for a sex bot, 10 years later? The Genius by Elin Peer is set in a dystopian society, over 400 years in the future, where women rule the world. The few men who refused to join the Motherlands… Continue reading The Genius by Elin Peer

Comedy, Essays, Memoir, Non-Fiction, Reviews

Review: The Last Black Unicorn by Tiffany Haddish

First of all, if you do not know who Tiffany Haddish is, go Google her now! Stand-up comedian, actress, and breakout star of Girls Trip has come with a book that is a collection of essays about her personal life. It's a book filled with so many moments of laughter and hysteria, as well as sadness and courage.

Christian, Non-Fiction, Reviews

Review: Who Told You That You Were Naked? by William Combs

Who Told You That You Were Naked? by William Combs is an in-depth study into the creation of man, his fall and his redemption. William Combs takes you on a journey, scene by scene from the scriptures, revealing God's intention for Adam, from the beginning.

Historical, Reviews, Romance, Women's Fiction

REVIEW: A Doll’s House by Henrik Ibsen

DISCLAIMER: this review contains spoilers and the expressions of the author's frustrations. It all started perfect. Nora was the Martha Stewart wife. Perfect hair and clothes, albeit a packet of macaroons hidden in her pocket. Her husband, Helmer was the perfect gentleman. I was half in love with him myself. She was his little skylark,… Continue reading REVIEW: A Doll’s House by Henrik Ibsen

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Review: Serial Hottie by Kelly Oram

Tomboy Eleanor "Ellie" Westley is only concerned about hockey. Unlike her popular older sister; Angela, she has not had guys show interest in her, unless it's on a hockey pitch...her best friends; Jesse, Josh and Jack don't count. Ellie is upset that the J's are going off to summer camp and she will be alone… Continue reading Review: Serial Hottie by Kelly Oram

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The Dancer by Elin Peer

I want to thank my team of awesome beta readers who caught some typographical errors that I missed the first time. I’m very grateful for you and all my readers!

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I just finished reading the Elin Peer’s latest book in the Men of the North series, The Dancer. To say that I had been bursting with anticipation waiting for the book, is a gross understatement. I was nervous about reading it during the week because I know how I get with a good book. So, I waited till yesterday to read it and was done under 5 hours and moaning over the fact that it had to end.

The Men of the North series is set over 400 years in the future where a war in the past has left earth with way more women than men. Women rule the earth and the men who don’t agree migrate to the Northlands. Those from the Motherlands are called Motlanders and men from the Northlands are called Nmen. In my review of Elin Peer’s last book, The Genius, I made…

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Contemporary, Fiction, Reviews, Romance, Women's Fiction, Young Adult

Review: The DUFF by Kody Keplinger

Bianca loves her friends Casey and Jessica but when annoying Wesley (aka Hamilton High Man Whore; her words not mine) kindly points out that she is the DUFF (Designated Ugly Fat Friend), her perspective on everything she thought she had known changes.