Along for the Ride by Sarah Dessen It shouldn’t be easy to be amazing. Then everything would be. It’s the things you fight for and struggle with before earning that have the greatest worth. When something’s difficult to come by, you’ll do that much more to make sure it’s even harder―or impossible―to lose.
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About the book: Publisher: Merrimack Media Date of publish: November 2015 Pages: 202 Book: e-book From the darkest of places, comes a story of healing and hope. In his debut novel, The R-Word, Michael Forcier deftly creates a suspenseful story of a young man’s ability to retain his dignity and human kindness, under horrendous… Read More The R-Word – Book Review
Rise by Jayelle Morgan Summary He gave her a night she would never forget…And a child too. A year ago, Emory met the handsome, mysterious Ajax and threw her good-girl nature aside for one night of passion. She was fine accepting the consequences for her actions, and loves her son more than life itself.… Read More Rise – Book Review
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Hi all! I posed this polling question on Twitter recently, and it came up with some really interesting results. Ones other than what I was expecting. Then I thought about how many authors would benefit from polls like this, because I, for one, go back and forth about…
Hagseed by Margaret Atwood Date Completed: 5/25/2017 Rating: 9/10 I jumped into this book knowing nothing about it, but that I had heard good things. I found that approach worked really well for me, so if you’d prefer, don’t read this, just know that you have my recommendation.