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Weekly Wrap-Up (52)

Hey all, Dani here. How are you all doing today? We've made it to the middle of the week already, which is pretty fantastic...though it does remind me that I need to do some work and planning for D&D this weekend. Yeah, I need to do that soon. Anyway, welcome back to my weekly blog… Continue reading Weekly Wrap-Up (52)

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Blog Tour Review: Don’t Read the Comments by Eric Smith

Hey all, Dani here. Maybe this isn't something that feels cool or special to some people, but I feel very lucky to have been invited into a few different blog tours from various publishers in the last month or so. I like to think that I do a decent job with my blog, and that… Continue reading Blog Tour Review: Don’t Read the Comments by Eric Smith

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The Road So Far (4)

Hey all, Dani here. I’m on my fourth year of doing this annual post! You can check out my posts for 2016, 2017 and 2018 here. Today also happens to my Mousai Books’ Blogaversary. I posted my first blog post on this day back in 2016, which feels so long ago even though it was only… Continue reading The Road So Far (4)

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Review: The Last Wish by Andrzej Sapkowski

Hey all, Dani here. Okay, so my review today is one of those sort of oddball ones. Like, it took me two attempts to be able to read this book. The first time I picked it up--a couple years ago, I might add--I struggled and slogged through the first 50 pages. The book just wasn't… Continue reading Review: The Last Wish by Andrzej Sapkowski

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Weekly Wrap-Up (46)

Hey all, Dani here. We have already finished one whole week of the new year, which is impressive. I'd love to say that on a global scale that this was a wonderful week to start the new decade, but that would be a massive lie. Honestly between all the hate, violence, war, and natural disasters… Continue reading Weekly Wrap-Up (46)

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Weekly Wrap-Up (43)

Hey all, Dani here. Finally Wednesday is over! Honestly, I think this week has felt way longer than it should be, and it's frustrating. But the week is mostly over now, and since it is Wednesday afternoon/evening, it is now time to do my weekly post where I talk about everything I've done and read… Continue reading Weekly Wrap-Up (43)

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Weekly Wrap-Up (42)

Hey all, Dani here. Work has been so painful the last couple weeks. My arms, hands, and fingers are aching so bad that it is not at all easy to write up posts. But I told myself that I would still at least get my weekly update post up, so here we are. I only… Continue reading Weekly Wrap-Up (42)

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Weekly Wrap-Up (41)

Hey all, Dani here. How is everyone doing today? I'll be honest in saying that I am very very sore. My training for my really cool newsletter/office position at work ended, and so it is my first week back to my normal old routine, but my body isn't used to it and so all of… Continue reading Weekly Wrap-Up (41)

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November Wrap-Up and December TBR

Hey all, Dani here. It is the first of December. One last month to go and then we are finished with 2019. That's crazy to think about. I have like ten more months until I get married. 2020 is going to be a pretty darn great year; I'm really looking forward to all the books… Continue reading November Wrap-Up and December TBR