Month: July 2017

Books read in July

Strong Enough by Melanie Harlow and David Romanov  Hard Wired by Megan Erickson and Santino Hassell  Mature Content by Megan Erickson and Santino Hassell  Just One Touch by Maya Banks  Healed By A Dragon by Lauren Lively  The Farther He Runs by Lynda Aicher  Logan’s Need by Sloane Kennedy  Never Seduce A Scot by Maya…

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A teasing excerpt of nothing…

I took a deep breath and knocked on the door. Holy shit, I was really doing this. The door opened and he smiled, gesturing me inside. He wore leather pants and a black t shirt that showed a slim, leanly muscled figure. “Hey,” he purred. “I’m James. What shall I call you?” His voice wasn’t…

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Driving over Upper Harbour Bridge, the fading day paints smears of monochrome blue-grey shades, sea and sky indistinguishable.

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Anxiety

This is my first time writing a post for Diversity Spotlight Thursday. I discovered it when I read this post on protagonists with anxiety from Bookishness and Tea. I have a few posts that come to mind for the future, but reading the one about protagonists with anxiety put me in the mind to write…

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Mid year book freak out

I found this quiz over at Maxxesbooktopia and thought it’d be fun to give it a go. Just to be clear, I’ve excluded all re-reads. So this only covers books read for the first time in 2017. Best book you’ve read so far in 2017? Hold Your Breath by Katie Ruggle. It’s tells the story…

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Life

I watched her die in a music video where the floor was made of books whose pages fluttered in a silent wind while the music straddled that line between comfort and anguish. He screamed, in perfect harmony, of self-righteous suicide, and if there was a moral amidst emotion, I missed it. In chance, happenstance, the playlist…

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