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Hour 11: Choose Your Own Nightmare

Hey wonderful Read-a-thon people! Missed you guys so much. I’m so glad it’s that time of year again! I’ve lost count, but I think it’s my 3rd or 4th Dewey’s and this is my 2nd time co-hosting; I couldn’t be happier to do it! Looks like you’ve made it to HOUR 11! Woo-hoo! Do you… Continue reading Hour 11: Choose Your Own Nightmare

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TBR Thursday

//TBR THURSDAY…where I highlight some titles related to the book I’m currently reading (book of the week)…// This week’s current read is: Suzanne Collins’ “The Hunger Games.” Let’s explore some related titles I’ve got on my TBR list: NOTE: “The Hunger Games” is completely original (IMO) and might differ in many ways from the mentioned… Continue reading TBR Thursday

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Wordsmith Wednesday

//WORDSMITH WEDNESDAY…//where I excerpt from the book I’m reading/showcasing this week Excerpts from “The Hunger Games” by Suzanne Collins, Scholastic Press, © 2008 Look how we take your children and sacrifice them and there’s nothing you can do. If you lift a finger, we will destroy every last one of you. Just as we did in… Continue reading Wordsmith Wednesday

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Book Review: “The Tommyknockers” by Stephen King

Hey there fine reader folks! This post is about 3 weeks past due, but I’m going to make it a short one anyway, so here goes: As with my last book review post, here’s the Instagram link to my One-Minute Book Review if you’re pressed for time. You’ll find the following mini-review: Whew…all 747 pages… Continue reading Book Review: “The Tommyknockers” by Stephen King

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Spooky: Two Weeks of King Update

So, folks, I put forth a valiant effort in trying to read 2 weeks of Stephen King in celebration of Halloween. With my school schedule and other reading concerns, I only completed one week (7 short stories) but I did better than I thought I would. I read the following short stories with gusto: 1)… Continue reading Spooky: Two Weeks of King Update

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Spooky: Two Weeks of King

My latest reading challenge is to read one Stephen King short story every day from today until the end of October. In addition to SK stories, I’ve also started reading “Mr. Mercedes” on OverDrive. All it takes is the falling of some leaves and slightly cooler temperatures and I’m ready for some Stephen King, studies… Continue reading Spooky: Two Weeks of King