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Review: The Wonderful Wizard of Oz by L. Frank Baum

Genre: Childrens, Fantasy, Classics
Pages: 154 (with some illustrations)
Series: Oz #1
Original Release Date: May 17, 1990
Publisher: Penguins

Note: The GR link is on the cover. 462 more words


Zodiac Academy: The Awakening by Caroline Peckham and Susanne Valenti

This is the first book in the series.

You have been selected to attend Zodiac Academy, where your star sign defines your destiny.

If you’re one of the Fae, elemental magic is in your blood. 493 more words


Do short stories work?

As a reader, I love short stories.

As a writer, I find it difficult to write.

As an opinionated person, I also feel that there are few, very few people who like reading short stories. 26 more words


Our Symphony With Animals by Aysha Akhtar #bookreview #tarheelreader #throursymphony @drayshaakhtar #wunderbookspr @pegasus_books #oursymphonywithanimals

Today I have a review of Our Symphony with Animals by Aysha Akhtar, M.D., available now from Pegasus Books! A huge thank you to Wunderkind PR for sending this special book to me. 668 more words


TECHNICALLY, YOU STARTED IT: The Power of Telling vs. Showing and Finding Connections in the Digital Age

This was my first—and lasting—impression of Lana Wood Johnson’s contemporary YA debut Technically, You Started It, which unfolds entirely as text messages between the two main characters, Haley and Martin (Nathaniel Munroe II). 798 more words


ALBUM REVIEW: ‘The Great War’ by Sabaton

Are Sabaton the most typecast band on the planet? They certainly could be given how every one of their releases to date has been centred around war in some capacity, but it’s not like the band themselves don’t welcome it. 705 more words