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Risuko by David Kudler {ARC} // Tough Love for a Lovable Novel

**Update (9:19pm): This review is also featured on Risuko’s official website. Risuko by David Kudler is my first ARC and I absolutely loved the main character and story. Being an ARC, however, it needs a little tough love before it reaches its full potential. Let’s get the bad stuff out of the way first. The… Continue reading Risuko by David Kudler {ARC} // Tough Love for a Lovable Novel

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Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell // Addicting Story with a Side of Distraction

I was shocked when I got my copy from the library and it was so, well, big. Threatens the monstrosity that is a 600 page biography tome about Steve Jobs, big. This is why I am even more impressed that I read the last half of it in one day. Self Promotion The only serious… Continue reading Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell // Addicting Story with a Side of Distraction

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Unprocessed by Megan Kimble // Can I Have Seconds? Research-Based Food Memoire

Unprocessed is a motivating, readable, and best of all, well-researched book on eating well and responsibly. Read this review on Goodreads. Wheat I had to be talked down from buying a¬†wheat miller for my kitchen after reading chapter 2, Wheat. Don’t be freaked out if that sounds way above your commitment level. While Megan Kimble… Continue reading Unprocessed by Megan Kimble // Can I Have Seconds? Research-Based Food Memoire

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Copygirl by Anna Mitchael & Michelle Sassa // Cookie Cutter Plot Didn’t Cut it for Me

Copygirl is the cookie cutter for a contemporary women’s fiction novel. The main character, Kay, is a girl in her mid twenties is struggling in her advertising career and love life. Main Character Hates Everyone Kay is venomous towards almost every single female in the book because they are female. The reader listens to Kay… Continue reading Copygirl by Anna Mitchael & Michelle Sassa // Cookie Cutter Plot Didn’t Cut it for Me