Top Ten Tuesday: First Books I Ever Reviewed!

Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly feature created by That Artsy Reader Girl (originally The Broke and the Bookish). For information on how to participate and the topics of each week, click the link! This is probably one of my favourite TTT prompts so far. I love being embarrassed by my old reviews! I basically …

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Book Review: Meddling Kids; or, a discussion on harmful stereotypes and tropes

Meddling Kids by Edgar Cantero Edition: Titan Publishing 2018, 442 pages Links: Goodreads In 1977 The Blyton Summer Detective Club unmasked the elusive Sleepy Lake monster. By 1990 the former detectives are haunted by strange, half-remembered events that cannot be explained by a guy in a mask.  The time has come to get the team …

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Book Review: The Elementals by Michael McDowell

The Elementals by Michael McDowell Edition: 2014 by Valancourt Books, 322 pages Links: Goodreads, Amazon, Wordery, Book Depository On a split of land cut off by the Gulf, three Victorian summer houses stand. Two of the houses at Beldame are still used. The third house, filling with sand, is empty...except for the vicious horror which is …

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Three Romance Reviews: Kulti, The Hating Game and Sunstone

Since February, I've been reading lots of adult romance, a genre I don't usually read a lot of. Although I have my issues that seem to reappear throughout, I have been enjoying myself, so I figured I would review some of the stand out books I've come across! Kulti by Mariana Zapata When Sal Casillas, star …

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DISCUSSION: My Reading at University, and How I Do It!

As I'm sure you may know if you've read previous posts I've done about University, I barely read during first year. I mostly watched film and TV, only really picking up the occasional course text or essay. My reluctance to read mostly came from exhaustion. I always felt too tired to look at the pages …

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Film Friday: Recommending Campus Films

[Past Film Fridays: The Goonies, Coming-of-Age, Horror, Witches, Christmas, Favourites of 2018, Disaster, Romance, 4 Film Reviews, Campus Films] As part of my Study Positive April, I've decided to recommend some of my favourite campus films. This is a mix of highschool and College/University films, that have to include studying on screen in one form or another.   Legally …

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