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The Makings Of A Great Anthology: Guest Post By 'Someone In Time' Editor Jonathan Strahan
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The Makings Of A Great Anthology: Guest Post By ‘Someone In Time’ Editor Jonathan Strahan

Hi friends! I am thrilled to have the editor of one of the most anticipated, upcoming romance anthologies of this summer with us today. Introducing Jonathan Strahan, editor of ‘Someone In Time’, an incredible collection of time-travel romances brought to you by award-winning authors such as Nina Allan, Carrie Vaughn, and Seanan McGuire.

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Netflix Series Review: Jane The Virgin

In a world full of uncertainty, sometimes we need a little reassurance that dreams do come true, and true love and happily ever afters can indeed happen, no matter how difficult the journey may seem. And never has there been a TV show that made me as hopeful for my own happily ever after as Jane The Virgin.

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Review: Ace of Spades by Faridah Àbíké-Íyímídé

An absolutely jaw-dropping and riveting novel that perfectly tackles all the ugliness of systematic racism, Ace of Spades is a terrifying and addictive story about two talented Black kids trying to survive in a world that is hell-bent on bringing them down.

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Top 5 Drinks For Reading (With Recipes)

Hello again, friends! Last Tuesday, Meeghan came up with a fun prompt for Top 5 Tuesday for foodies and bookworms alike: best 5 snacks to eat while reading. Today’s topic is also one that’s kinda related and will no doubt leave you feeling a little thirsty: top 5 drinks for reading.

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Struggling With Anxiety: Things I Do To Cope With It

For as long as I can remember, I have always had crippling anxiety, even as a small child. But of course, back then, I could not understand it for what it was. And in the kind of society and culture that I live in, mental health issues are still a taboo topic and widely misunderstood.

It took me many years, but finally, in 2020, I began to actually work through my problems. And while I often feel like my family refuses to see my progress, I have noticed the changes within myself, the peace that I feel now, and I know that I am coping better every day.

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Review: The Drowned Woods by Emily Lloyd-Jones

An absolutely bewitching tale of a witch on the run, an unwilling muscle for hire who refuses violence, and an adorable corgi, The Drowned Woods by Emily Lloyd-Jones is a fast-paced and enchanting YA fantasy heist story that will keep you turning the pages late into the night.

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Top 5 Snacks For Reading

I love doing listicles, and one of my most favorite listicles around the bookish blogosphere is the Top Ten Tuesday originally created by The Broke And The Bookish (now hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl). Recently though, I stumbled upon Meeghan’s Top 5 Tuesday prompts, and I am super stoked to dive in.

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Review: A Sky Beyond The Storm by Sabaa Tahir (Ember Quartet #4)

With three incredibly well-written books in the series, A Sky Beyond The Storm, I knew that the final book of the Ember Quarter by Sabaa Tahir had to be phenomenal. What I didn’t know what how Sabaa Tahir would exceed all of my high expectations with this epic finale.

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Review: A Reaper At The Gates by Sabaa Tahir (Ember Quartet #3)

After the epic cliffhanger in A Torch Against The Night, my expectations for A Reaper At The Gates by Sabaa Tahir were pretty high. Fast-paced, and with a much better world-building and character development, this third book was definitely unforgettable. Here’s my quick review below.

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