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My Week of Reading (19 - 24 September 2016)

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As I said in my previous review, I've been having a bit of a lag in reading; which is why I missed last week's 'Week of Reading', since I wouldn't have had any review to put up. The book that I've just finished reading, 'Seven Will Out' by JoAnn Spears, I've been reading this book for two weeks, so I'm a little bit behind on my reading; but here is the reviews:
Seven Will Out by JoAnn Spears: Amazon: Amazon Review - Seven Will Out Goodreads: Goodreads Review - Seven Will Out Here is my blog review of the book: Blog Review - Seven Will Out
The next book that I'm going to be reading is 'The Finn: Revenge Will Surface' by Matt Danza with Adam Horeth. I've read the first book in this series, and the one I'm going to be reading now is the second one, so I'm curious to find out what I think of it. 
Last Word: Since it's nearly the end of the month, I'm probably not going to finish all the books that I wanted to …

Review - Seven Will Out by JoAnn Spears

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My Copy of the Book
Year Published: 2015 Genre: Chick Lit/Historical Fiction/Humor 
Blurb: Tudorphile Dolly thought that the night she spent on an astral plane with Henry VIII's six wives, learning their heretofore unknown secrets, was a one-time thing. Not so! In "Seven Will Out", Dolly finds herself back in the ether with the women of later Tudor times: Elizabeth I, 'Bloody' Mary, Bess of Hardwick, Mary, Queen of Scots, and Anne Hathaway Shakespeare, to name a few. They too have secrets that will turn history on its head, and comic sass that will keep you laughing. And if that isn't enough, there is even a cameo appearance by Anne Boleyn. You've read all of the traditional, serious and romantic takes on the legendary characters of the English Renaissance. Why not try your Tudors and your Shakespeare with a new and different twist?
About the Author: JoAnn Spears couldn't decide whether to major in English or History in college. Life stepped in, and she woun…

My Week of Reading (5 - 10 September 2016)

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This week of reading has been alright, I managed to finish one book and start another. For those that didn't read my latest review, here are all the review links:
The ExtraOrdinary Life of Heather Mason: Assumptions and Little Voices by Frances P. Webber: Amazon: Amazon Review - The ExtraOrdinary Life of Heather Mason: Assumptions and Little Voices Goodreads: Goodreads Review - The ExtraOrdinary Life of Heather Mason: Assumptions and Little Voices Here is my blog review of the book: Blog Review - The ExtraOrdinary Life of Heather Mason: Assumptions and Little Voices
The book that I'm currently reading is 'Seven Will Out' by JoAnn Spears, and I'm quite enjoying it so far; I'm hoping to have the review of this book out sometime next week.
Last Word: Seems like my review schedule is itself nicely stocked, I'm already wanting to plan reviews for October already, and we're not even halfway through September! : ) Anyways, I'm not sure how reading i…

Review - The ExtraOrdinary Life of Heather Mason: Assumptions and Little Voices by Frances P. Webber

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My Copy of the Book
Year Published: 2016 Genre: Romance
Blurb: After having her heart shattered by her former fiancĂ©, Justin Griffin, Heather Mason thought she had found someone safe and grounded in Mitchell Kent. By the time she realized she was wrong, she was so far in to their marriage that it would be difficult to extricate herself without losing custody of their infant son. Heather has learned that Mitchell’s jealousy no knows bounds when it comes to Justin, who just happens to be a world-renowned rock star. A shrewd and well-known lawyer who plays at life like a game of chess, Mitchell has moved the family to London, thousands of miles away from the man Heather gave her heart to over ten years ago. Heather and Justin have come to accept that they are still just as perfect for one another as ever, and their incredibly deep and ethereal bond remains intact. An illicit kiss they shared just days before her departure to London started the ball rolling toward the fate they knew they were…

My Week of Reading (29 August - 2 September 2016)

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This week of reading has gone slightly slow, but I'm hoping to get some good reading done this coming week. I was able to do a little bit more reading this weekend since I was off from work, and my sister and I made a short trip to go an visit my dad as well - which meant I got some solid reading in.
Here is the review that I did this past week:
The ExtraOrdinary Life of Heather Mason: The Goddess & the Rock Star by Frances P. Webber: Amazon: Amazon Review - The ExtraOrdinary Life of Heather Mason Goodreads: Goodreads Review - The ExtraOrdinary Life of Heather Mason Here is my blog review of the book: Blog Review - The ExtraOrdinary Life of Heather Mason
I'm now currently reading the second book in the series, titled: 'The ExtraOrdinary Life of Heather Mason: Assumptions & Little Voices'. So far, I'm enjoying this one quite a bit more than the first one!
Last Word: I'm hoping to do another review this week, since my reading is coming on a little b…

Highlights of the Month - August 2016

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My post this month is a little late - but it's here! I think my highlight for the month of August would be reading a paperback, and I'm hoping to read one in September as well...but we'll see how the reading schedule goes.
My reviews were also more spaced in August as well, one thing I found was that I read what I was feeling. Have you ever had/done that? The books that I did that with was 'The Partner' by John Grisham and 'The ExtraOrdinary Life of Heather Mason' by Frances P. Webber. 
One strange but interesting book that I read was 'Safe Harbor' by Heather Wardell. I also managed to get some awesome books in August as well, among them a gorgeous 'Game of Thrones' box set.
Last Word: So the month of August was a decent one - and I've got my review schedule all planned out for September. As I said, hopefully I'll get another paperback in. If there's anyone that would like to connect with me on social media, let me know i…

Review - The ExtraOrdinary Life of Heather Mason by Frances P. Webber

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My Copy of the Book
Year published: 2016 Genre: Romance, also has slight new adult vibes as well
Blurb: Heather Mason sees herself as a socially inept, plain Jane, teenaged guitar nerd. Her uncanny guitar abilities and the bizarre recurring dream of a Native American woman’s adventure can’t convince her otherwise. However, everything changes the day Justin Griffin walks into her life and her heart. Once their musical and personal collaborations begin, doors open that once seemed foreign and out of reach, and Heather blossoms into a beautiful, confident, full-fledged rock star. With Justin by her side, her life is idyllic. Together they make a lightning-fast trip to the highest echelon of rock music and become the most recognized and respected couple in the business. Together they reap all the rewards of such a feat, and handle it with the utmost grace and gratitude, and never, ever take it for granted. Ironically, the one thing that falls by the wayside is the thing that started it all: t…