Good Reads?: My 2020 Challenge So Far

Goodreads. It's the site you may have used some time ago and stopped, and/or if you're like me started using it only a year ago. It allows the user to record, recount, and find new and old books you've read or want to read. You also can write reviews and participate in annual reading challenges. …

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A Fantastical Debut: “The Ten Thousand Doors of January”

There's no better way to end a taxing day than coming home to a new book—especially when it's free. Yes, here I am (Taylor), again, bragging about winning an ARC of a rather intriguing and fantastical debut novel by Alix E. Harrow. The Ten Thousand Doors of January, which will be released into stores in September …

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“Ten Stories to Manhood” – Exploring a Journey to Manhood That Isn’t Just for Men!

Taylor's Thoughts on Ten Stories to Manhood After tearing open the yellow shipping envelope and reading the title, I thought to myself, Crap, how am I supposed to review this when I'm probably not going to relate to anything in it? It was one of those "This wasn't made for you!" moments, but the author, Jonathan Maniscalco, …

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It’s all in the name: A review of “In a Dark, Dark Wood”

WARNING: CONTAINS SPOILERS After receiving a Barnes & Noble gift card (it's the gift that keeps on giving), I eagerly began my search for another book. Now, I had just finished The Girl on the Train by Paula Hawkins (I do recommend it by the way) and I was craving something with a similar complexity, so …

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