#Review #Spotlight: 337 by M. Jonathan Lee #337LEE @hideawayfall @mjonathanlee || a well written story of family tragedy, loss, hope and relationships

Hello Readers! I’m happy to shine spotlight and share my review of 337, modern day contemporary fiction, by M. Jonathan Lee, set to release on 30th November 2020. The look of the book needs the mention. It’s double-ended upside-down book you can read from both side. Many thanks to Hideaway Fall for sending me hardcover copy […]

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#BookReview : Bestiary by K-Ming Chang #BESTIARY || weird lyrical and unusual #LGBTQ #fiction

Bestiary by K-Ming Chang Publication Date : September 29th 2020 Publisher : One World / Random House Genre : General Fiction (Adult) / LGBTQIA Pages : 272 Three generations of Taiwanese American women are haunted by the myths of their homeland in this spellbinding, visceral debut about one family’s queer desires, violent impulses, and buried secrets. […]

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#BookReview : The Demons’ Play by Holly Ann #THEDEMONSPLAY @vulpine_press | unique and inspiring mental health Novel based on the author’s own personal experiences

This illness is my demon and this book is my therapy. I have symptoms like these and I want to help you see what it’s like to feel like me. The Demons’ Play is a book about mental health like no other; a play within a book experience based on the author’s own personal experiences. […]

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#BookReview : Memories in the Drift by Melissa Payne #MEMORIESINTHEDRIFT #fiction

Melissa Payne, bestselling author of The Secrets of Lost Stones, returns with another haunting and hopeful novel about redemption, the power of memory, and a woman’s will to reclaim her life. My name is Claire. I’m thirty-six years old. It’s September. I know what I’m doing and why I am here…for now. Ten years ago, Claire […]

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#BookReview : Black River (Jess Bridges Mystery #1) by Joss Stirling #BlackRiver #OMCREADALONG @0NEMORECHAPTER_ @jossstirling

A THRILLING NEW WHODUNNIT SERIES, FAST-PACED AND FUNNY, FEATURING A DETECTIVE AS SHARP AS HIS SUITS AND A HEROINE WHO’S TROUBLE. The River Thames always gives up its dead. . . There’s a killer picking off victims from the wild swimming spots on the upper reaches of the Thames. The case takes Detective Inspector Leo […]

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