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Weekly Wrap-Up (91)

Hey all, Dani here. This has been an interesting week. My supervisor has been absent all week, and I just found out that he's off on COVID-19 leave. Thank goodness I don't spend a lot of time (if any) around him on a regular basis. Besides, it's likely that he picked it up while off… Continue reading Weekly Wrap-Up (91)

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Top Ten Reads of 2020 July-September Edition

Hey all, Dani here. Well, today was supposed to be my wedding day. So I figured why not do something fun today...like talk about my top ten reads in the third quarter of the year. That means I'm going to talk about my favorite reads from the months of July, August, and September. Now, as… Continue reading Top Ten Reads of 2020 July-September Edition

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Weekly Wrap-Up (78)

Hey all, Dani here. Welcome back to my blog, and my weekly Wednesday post where I talk about what I've done, watched, and read in the past week, as well as what I'm currently reading, and what I'm hoping to start reading next. My adjustment back to day shift after working the night shift last… Continue reading Weekly Wrap-Up (78)

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Review: Spellhacker by M.K. England

Hey all, Dani here. Welcome back to my blog, and another review post. I'm still working through a bunch of my reads from the month of June, where I tried to balance myself between books written by Black authors, and books that would fall under my usual June reading for the ALA's GLBT Book Month.… Continue reading Review: Spellhacker by M.K. England

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Review: Kingdom of Souls by Rena Barron

Hey all, Dani here. Woohoo, it's time for another book review. Once again I am putting a spotlight on Black authors, because I'll be completely honest, their books are stunning. The magic systems and the cultures and the worlds within these pages are spectacular, and I would love to have more people talking about these… Continue reading Review: Kingdom of Souls by Rena Barron

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Weekly Wrap-Up (69)

Hey all, Dani here. We're halfway to the weekend. Woohoo! I guess that means that it's time for my mid-week wrap up of everything I've done and read and watched, as well as a sneak peek at what I'm hoping to get into next. I guess I'll start off with talking about video games...or rather… Continue reading Weekly Wrap-Up (69)

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Review: The City We Became by N.K. Jemisin

Hey all, Dani here. Continuing my focus this month on books for GLBT Book Month, as well as focusing on books by black authors, I'm excited to be bringing you a book review for a book that fits in both categories. Yay. So, I've read a few books by N.K. Jemisin now, including The Hundred… Continue reading Review: The City We Became by N.K. Jemisin

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Weekly Wrap-Up (68)

Hey all, Dani here. Woohoo, it's Wednesday. It has started getting really hot here in Ohio, and unfortunately working in a factory means that it is ungodly hot while at work, so the past couple of days have not been pleasant. But on the happy side of things is my continuing work with Colorworld Books.… Continue reading Weekly Wrap-Up (68)

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May Wrap-Up and June TBR

Hey all, Dani here. Wow, we are almost halfway through the year. It honestly feels like this year has been both incredibly fast and agonizingly slow. And 2020 just continues to be a dumpster fire, definitely more here in the US than in the rest of the world, but I think we can all agree… Continue reading May Wrap-Up and June TBR