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Book Review: Don’t Kill the Birthday Girl by Sandra Beasley

I’ll be honest, this book caught my attention because of the title. It is a true story about a girl who grew up with a lot of food allergies and it also talks about allergies in general and theories and treatments and how life with food allergies has changed over the years. I found it… Continue reading Book Review: Don’t Kill the Birthday Girl by Sandra Beasley

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Book Review: 7 Billion by National Geographic Society

This book was short but seemed long because I thought it was very boring. There were two chapters on the population that focused on the actual number of people, birth rates, etc and I found those chapters very interesting. Based on the title of this book, I thought that was going to be the main… Continue reading Book Review: 7 Billion by National Geographic Society

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Book Review: The Last Anniversary by Liane Moriarty

I enjoyed this book because it was fun, interesting and like some of Liane’s other books, it really get to the true, deep emotions that people have. it’s about complicated love life and family and marriage and children and a great mystery! There are some bad words but I didn’t really notice them much and… Continue reading Book Review: The Last Anniversary by Liane Moriarty

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Book Review: The Plot Thickens by Mary Higgins Clark and Other Authors

I know I read this book a long time ago and I loved the idea of it – each author contributed a short story that had to contain a thick steak, a thick book and a thick fog. However, the only short story from the book that I do remember reading was the one by… Continue reading Book Review: The Plot Thickens by Mary Higgins Clark and Other Authors

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Book Review: A Murder Over a Girl: Justice, Gender, Junior High by Ken Corbett

This book is about a junior high boy who starts dressing up in make-up, high heels and dresses. Shortly after he starts dressing up, he is shot and killed by another junior high boy. At first this book was very interesting as the details of the case came out and thinking through what could have… Continue reading Book Review: A Murder Over a Girl: Justice, Gender, Junior High by Ken Corbett

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Book Review: All By Myself Alone by Mary Higgins Clark

This book was fun! It’s like a classic whodunit but takes place in a cruise ship and since I love cruises, it just made it even better. You get introduced to all the characters before the craziness starts then have to figure out who did it (I guessed incorrectly). Even though Mary Higgins Clark books… Continue reading Book Review: All By Myself Alone by Mary Higgins Clark

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Book Review: The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up by Marie Kondō

I really enjoyed this book. Before reading it, I saw that it had some mixed reviews but I am glad that I read it anyways. Her method may seem crazy but I do see how if it is followed correctly, it actually can work and would eliminate the need to continually declutter. It also makes… Continue reading Book Review: The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up by Marie Kondō