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What I Read: Fall Edition

I have done a lot of reading the last couple of months. A very eclectic mix. Time for another round up…Enjoy! Happier Now: How to Stop Chasing Perfection and Embrace Everyday Moments (Even the Difficult Ones) by Nataly Kogan Happier Now by Nataly Kogan is...

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What I Read: Goblins and Fairies and Witches! Oh My!

Book Review: Manic Monday, Inc

What I Read: Summer Edition

What to Wear

What I Read:Winter Edition

What I Read: Spring Edition

I know I have been promising an update on my latest reads and impressions, but honestly, I have not really been feeling it. That is not to say that everything has been wasted effort…I am half the way through interviews for my dissertation field research...

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What I Read: November & December

What I Read

Woah has it been a busy couple of weeks! I finally heard back from IRB that changes were needed on my dissertation proposal before the university would allow me to start my research. However, there was a deadline attached or I would have to start...

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Break Out the Pumpkins!

Of things to come…

ARC Assembly

I am horribly horribly behind on my reviews. I know, I know… So here is an assemblage of reviews for ARCs I have read from NetGalley.  (Have I mentioned just how awesome NetGalley is?!) Title: A Midsummer Night’s Sin SubTitle: A Blackthorn Brothers Novel Publisher: Harlequin Imprint:...

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Ditch the Onesie/Diaper Cakes!

If you have an upcoming baby shower, then forget those pink or blue baby booties or the onesie/diaper cakes. Give the lucky new parents something that will make them laugh and possibly feel that they are not alone during those moments at 3am when, yes,...

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Survived and Conquered!

Supernaturally Rocks

http://rcm.amazon.com/e/cm?lt1=_blank&bc1=000000&IS2=1&bg1=FFFFFF&fc1=000000&lc1=0000FF&t=notquitsupe-20&o=1&p=8&l=as4&m=amazon&f=ifr&ref=ss_til&asins=0061985864 Being normal is so overrated. As Evie, is beginning to learn, real high school is nothing like a high school tv drama. There are things like homework, PE, and oh, yeah, those lockers. Yes, those coveted lockers from the first book. Not to mention...

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