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Dearest Clementine by Candace Robinson #Review by Theresa Braun! @LiteraryDust @TBraun_Author #ARC #Fantasy #Romance #DarkFantasy

It never ceases to amaze me how fast Candace Robinson can write the most amazing tales! Theresa reviews her upcoming collection of short stories, "Dearest Clementine".

Book Review: Follow Me by Kathleen Barber @katelizabee @simonschusterca #ARC Review #Thriller #Books #BookBlogger #5Stars

As someone who uses social media daily, and is actively trying to grow my accounts because my job demands it, this book made my skin itch! No, I do not post every moment of my life online, but even if you have a moderate presence, you are inviting people to peek into your carefully curated life.  Follow Me will make you rethink everything!

Book Review: One by One by D.W. Gillespie @dw_gillespie #Review by Theresa Braun @TBraun_Author @flametreepress #TuesdayBlogs #Horror #Paranormal #ComingSoon #ARC #TBR

Hey guys! Well, school is back in session and that pretty much means we're back to our regularly scheduled programming. To kick off the school year, we have a new review from Theresa! This book is called One by One by D.W. Gillespie.

A Perfectly Hair-Raising Tale of Obsession: The Doll Factory by Elizabeth MacNeal #BookReview #Gothic #HistoricalFiction #Mystery @SimonSchusterCA @esmacneal

This was one of those books that makes you resent doing anything that requires you to put it down for even a few minutes. Work, dinner, speaking... you know, basically real life stuff. I was completely enthralled with this story!

“An extraordinary book that spans generations, explores momentous times in American history, and gives readers a in-depth look into complex family relationships.” We Are All Good People Here by Susan Rebecca White @SimonSchusterCA #HistoricalFiction #Review #BookBlogger

An extraordinary book that spans generations, explores momentous times in American history, and gives readers a in-depth look into complex family relationships.

#ARC Review: The Need by Helen Philips #BookReview #Thriller #SummerReads #DNF #BookBlogger

It hurts my heart to give a book a negative review, which is why I am so choosy when it comes to accepting or requesting books to read. When The Need presented itself, I was thrilled. The book is gorgeous and the blurb on the back practically screams "READ ME!", so imagine my disappointment when I started reading it, to find out that not only is it painfully slow, it also doesn't make much sense!