Book Review: Necessary Roughness

Necessary Roughness by Marie G. Lee is another Friends of the Library book sale find. I probably picked it up because the main character is Korean--and completely ignored the...

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Audiobook Review: Till You Hear from Me

Reading this book was almost like being home again. I mean, yes, it's set in Atlanta and not the DC area, but all the black people in this book. Ah, I was just rolling around...

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Book Review: Tiger Eyes

I'll just admit up front that this is my first time reading this book. Judy Blume wasn't really on my radar when I was a kid, so I'm encountering most of her books as an...

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Alcoholism in YA Lit

I recently finished I'll Meet You There by Heather Demetrios, which is mostly about a girl falling in love with a Marine with PTSD, but which is also about a girl dealing with...

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Recommendation Wednesday: Charm & Strange

I am of charm and strange. Annihilation. Creation. Annihilation. At first I wasn’t sure if I would consider Charm & Strange by Stephanie Kuehn (216 pgs) a recommendation...

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