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Interview with Author Emma Salisbury

Usually, I don't write posts about books on Joyful Antidotes when I haven't read them myself yet. But lately I've been breaking out of my comfort zone and do you know what I have been really enjoying? Interviews with authors before reading the book. Hearing their through process before and while writing and also learning… Continue reading Interview with Author Emma Salisbury

Books · Crime · Travel

Book Review: The Man on the Middle Floor by Elizabeth S. Moore

What is the definition of a great book? Trick question; there are many definitions. For me, one definition is that a great book is a book that leaves you thinking about it long after you turned the last page. Not every book sticks in your mind like this but I have found one for you that… Continue reading Book Review: The Man on the Middle Floor by Elizabeth S. Moore

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Book Review: Fighting Monsters by Rebecca Bradley

I feel like every time I write a review I start with saying "I love books about X" or "I love genre X". The thing is, I read so many different types of books that I end up loving so many genres, themes, writing styles, etc. This review is no different. Reading this book made… Continue reading Book Review: Fighting Monsters by Rebecca Bradley

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Book Review: Holding by Graham Norton

When I am feeling down, there is one thing that will always cheer me up: The Graham Norton Show. It doesn't matter who the guests are because the main attraction for me is the man himself. Graham Norton is absolutely hilarious and I am in love with his sense of humour. He can make the… Continue reading Book Review: Holding by Graham Norton

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Book Review: Rasputin’s Legacy by Lee Jackson

Most of my content lately has been cheerful and Christmas inspired. I am about to change that right around with this Cold War-era spy thriller. Rasputin's Legacy by Lee Jackson is set in the Cold War era and is centred around a rogue Russian general attempting to stage a coup and covert operator Atcho who… Continue reading Book Review: Rasputin’s Legacy by Lee Jackson

Books · Crime · Thriller

Book Review: The Snowman by Jo Nesbø

As much as I moan about films ruining books, I get very excited when I see one of my favorites is going to be made into one. This instance the opposite actually happened; I saw the trailer for The Snowman and then decided that this was a book I just had to read. The Snowman… Continue reading Book Review: The Snowman by Jo Nesbø