Month: September 2020
#MusicalNotes: Restoration by LeCrae Album Review
#BookishMuses: Unfettered Journey is a futuristic and philosophical romantic adventure perfect for 2020
I was given an advanced reader’s copy in exchange for an honest review.
Opening with the phrase:
the reader is instantly taken on a journey with the perfect mix of romance, science fiction, adventure, and a philosophical curiosity of free will and the existence of God.
Bengier’s writing is futuristic yet relatable with it’s discussions of protests and social equality, and very captivating.
For more on the book and the author who created this metaphysical world, check out https://garyfbengier.com/
#BookReview and Giveaway: The Chosen Ones by @lisaluciano888
I was provided a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
To be honest, I was very excited to read this book because of the romantic mystery aspect. As a sixteen year fan of street skateboarding, I very much support books that accurately represent the sport they are based on.
Luciano’s book is well-written, figure skating is accurately represented, and full of overtly detailed writing from start to finish.
My favorite line in the book:
My favorite scene in the book was relatable and I finally found myself within the novel.
It’s a scene where a dedicated fan finally gets to meet her favorite professional figure skater after months of writing him letters. I never felt more represented and into the book than I did reading that scene.
Now, the book wasn’t for me, per say but anyone who is a true fan of figure skating would most likely find this book that reads like a fictional creative nonfiction novel to be full of great imagery, believable characters, and true to form plot driven by real-like truths based on the author’s work as a New York Times reporter covering figure skating.
Because I believe this book deserves to be read and relished by a fan of figure skating, I’m holding a giveaway.
In order to ENTER THE GIVEAWAY, you MUST enter through the Rafflecopter link HERE.
You can connect with the author via Instagram and Twitter and on her website lisalucianobooks.com
#SuicidePreventionMonth: Four Reasons You Should Vote For Jen Ervig for Book of the Year!
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In case you didn’t hear, Jen Ervig’s amazing book When My Mind Winds Up is up to win Book of the Year!
Here are four reasons why
Vote now HERE and make sure after you vote you check your email and verify otherwise that vote you just placed does not count toward Jen’s rank in the contest.
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