Birthday Girl by Penelope Douglas

Birthday Girl  by Penelope Douglas

Birthday Girl by Penelope Douglas blew me away! Once I read the synopsis for this book, I knew it would be one that I would drop everything to read. And I did. I stayed up till late reading this book the night it landed on my kindle. I wanted to slow down and enjoy the story, but I had to know what would happen. I could not put it down. This book was straight up addicting and I loved every minute of it!

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Blogmas Day 10: Song for a Whale by Lynne Kelly

Blogmas Day 10: Song for a Whale by Lynne Kelly

In Song for a Whale, 12-year-old Iris becomes obsessed with a whale whose song is so off-pitch he’s become unrecognizable to other whales. She feels compelled to communicate with this whale and to let him know that he’s not alone. In fact, she’s willing to break family and school rules to reach him. She knows how horrible it feels to be misunderstood. As a deaf kid in a hearing world, she understands being an outsider very well. Even her parents (especially her father) avoid accepting her for who she is. But Iris is determined to reach out to a misfit from another species to let him know that someone understands his loneliness, even if she’s only human.
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Comeback: A K-pop Novel – Lyn Ashwood & Rachel Rose

Comeback: A K-pop Novel – Lyn Ashwood & Rachel Rose

If you’re a sucker for sweet romances and are curious about Asian culture, do yourself a favour and pick up this book!

I’m the first to admit that I am usually pretty picky when it comes to reading self-published novels, so I tried to lower my expectations when I got into this. But believe me, I really didn’t have to! Read more

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