Monthly Archives: November 2016

Geographic Audience

This my book review blog is the newest and least viewed of my 3 blogs. I was curious to see the geographic spread of my audience. As with my other blogs USA tops the list but Georgia (where I live) … Continue reading

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“The Tinkerer’s Daughter” by Jamie Sedgwick

A simple but entertaining tale of a half-breed:  half-elf (Tal’mar), half-human called Breeze. I read this on my Kindle App. This is a fantasy novel, set in a world of humans, elves, kanters, wargs and trolls. We meet Breeze as … Continue reading

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“The Girl In Between” by Laekan Zea Kemp

Bryn is a girl with Klein-Levin Syndrome (KLS), also known as Sleeping Beauty syndrome, a rare sleep disorder characterized by persistent episodic hypersomnia, she may go to sleep for several weeks at a time. I wasn’t sure what this book … Continue reading

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