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Book Review: The Herd – Andrea Bartz

This is a very well plotted psychological thriller! I loved how it has a feminism sub-genre involved in the story. The Herd demonstrates the power of female empowerment and how women should ALWAYS support each other no matter what. However, it also portrays the power of envy and how it can really screw your mind.

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The Book Meddler’s May Wrap Up

I’m so proud of myself! Apparently I’m improving my reading speed since I got to read 4 books in May instead of my usual 3! If it weren’t for starting work again, I would’ve been able to probably read more books, but that’s life! Clap When You Land – Elizabeth Acevedo Next Year…

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Book Review: Clap When You Land – Elizabeth Acevedo

Do you clap when you land? In a novel-in-verse that brims with grief and love, National Book Award-winning and New York Times bestselling author Elizabeth Acevedo writes about the devastation of loss, the difficulty of forgiveness, and the bittersweet bonds that shape our lives. Camino Rios lives for the summers when her father visits her…

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Bookstores I wish to Visit!

Do you like visiting bookstores when you travel?! As you well know, I absolutely LOVE traveling! Especially literary travels. There’s nothing more rewarding for me, than to submerge myself in an ocean of books and buy a ton of them when I visit famous independent bookstores around the world. I’ve been lucky enough…

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Book Review: Next Year in Havana- Chanel Cleeton

Next Year in Havana by Chanel Cleeton was recommended to me by a fellow book blogger a few months ago. I thought it interesting since I live in a town that survives out of the sugar industry. After the Cuban Revolution, a lot of cubans emigrated to Miami. Especially the ones who had…

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Best Music for Reading

What is your favorite music for reading?! This is some kind of dilema, since we have people that don’t believe you can read and listen to music at the same time. Silence is the key for them to concentrate! Although I’ve never been diagnosed with ADD (that I know of haha), I have…

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The Power of Bibliotherapy

Ever hear of the Power of Bibliography? I’m always researching ways to maintain a stable and healthy mindset. I’m a big supporter of psychotherapy. I believe that everyone would benefit from sitting one hour with an unbiased person that is payed to just listen. Most of the time we vent with the wrong…

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Book Review: Blowback by Monica James

First of all, I would like to thank Monica James for this amazing ARC! I had an amazing time reading it and it was a perfect distraction from the monotony of these quarantine days. Blowback by Monica James is the second book in The Monsters Within series. In Bullseye, we kinda left Tiger…

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The Book Meddler’s April Wrap Up

Hey guys, happy Wednesday! Hope you’re having a great day. I decided to share my April wrap up, just to go over the books I’ve read and to see if I can increase this in May! Normal People – Sally Rooney Emma – Jane Austen Sissi: Accidental Empress- Allison Pataki

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Book Review: La Verdadera Yo – Olivette Santoni

No todo el mundo tiene la dicha de tener una mamá artista. Aunque a veces la quiero matar, ha sido la persona que mas ha influido en mi amor por la lectura y todo lo que tenga que ver con el arte. Es mi compañera por default para todos los viajes, ya que…

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