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A Man Called Ove: A Review

A Man Called Ove: A Review

Hi readers! I wrote a review a few weeks ago of My Grandmother Asked Me To Tell You She’s Sorry (you can read that here), and I really didn’t have a lot to say about it that was very nice. I feel really bad about it because I had also read A Man Called Ove and knew that the author, Fredrik Backman, wasn’t a bad writer, just My Grandmother Asked Me To Tell You She’s Sorry was kind of a one-off. So, today, I…

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Parenting In Joyful Chaos: Raising Two Under Two

Parenting In Joyful Chaos: Raising Two Under Two

Hi all! I recently got the opportunity to review a new book written by Stacy Taylor over at Taylor411 called Parenting in Joyful Chaos: Raising Two Under Two, and I’m thrilled to be able to share it with you today! This is not a sponsored post. I received this book in exchange for a review, but all opinions are my own. Read my full disclosure here. About The Author As I mentioned, Stacy is the creator and founder of Taylor 411….

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My Grandmother Asked Me To Tell You She’s Sorry: A Review

My Grandmother Asked Me To Tell You She’s Sorry: A Review

Hi dear readers! It’s the end of the month, so as promised, here is my review of My Grandmother Asked Me to Tell You She’s Sorry, the second novel by Fredrik Backman, author also of A Man Called Ove. If I had to pick one word for my feelings about the book, it would be “frustrated”. Read on to find out why! Quick pro tip: You’re welcome to buy physical copies of any books through the links I’ve provided throughout…

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Book Of The Month Announcement: March 2017

Book Of The Month Announcement: March 2017

Good morning, dear readers! I’m coming at you this morning just quickly to let you know, I have decided to do a book of the month, and to announce what it is. I said I would announce it the first of the month, but at least it’s still the “beginning” of the month, right? 🙂 This month, I want to read My Grandmother Asked Me to Tell You She’s Sorry. What’s it about? A synopsis from Amazon: “Elsa is seven…

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