Slated Book Review

Book Review: Slated by Alexis Sands

Hey all! Thanks for stopping by. Today I have a book review that combines suspense, love, and erotica. Does such a mix work? Read on to find out! Review Slated by Alexis Sands introduces us to Sloane Slate, a young woman who was diagnosed as a highly functioning borderline. Twice. She knows exactly what the … Continue reading Book Review: Slated by Alexis Sands

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Book Review: The Minimalist Babe: Tidying-up Your Whole Life by Lola R. Marie

Fan of minimalism or simply want to learn more about the concept? I have a great book for you today. Blurb The Minimalist Babe: Tidying-up Your Whole Life by Lola R. Marie Lola is every bit the minimalist babe - she lives simply, is intelligent and sassy, emotional and strong, calm and composed. Realizing that less is … Continue reading Book Review: The Minimalist Babe: Tidying-up Your Whole Life by Lola R. Marie

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Book Review: Ginormous Jo’s Silly Bullies by S.C Cunningham

Hello! I've something a bit different on Joyful Antidotes today - a children's book. No, don't click away just yet! This is one you are going to want to pick up for any children in your life. Blurb Ginormous Jo's Silly Bullies by S.C Cunningham allows children and adults alike to follow along on the … Continue reading Book Review: Ginormous Jo’s Silly Bullies by S.C Cunningham

Book Review: The Fourth Victim by John Mead

I'm back to what I love the most. Books about murderers. Feel the same? Then jump right in! Blurb The Fourth Victim* by John Mead tries to solve the cases of young girls who have been targeted and killed in the green spaces of Whitechapel. It is up to Detective Sergeant Julie Lukula and Inspector … Continue reading Book Review: The Fourth Victim by John Mead

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Book Review: A Different Time by Michael K. Hill

Today I have the sweetest love story/time travel journey you are likely to come across. No, it didn't sound like my cup of tea first either, but it turned out to be an absolute delight. Blurb A Different Time* by Michael K. Hill introduces us to 20-something-year-old Keith Nolan. Keith is a reserved comic book … Continue reading Book Review: A Different Time by Michael K. Hill

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Book Review: The Port Elspeth Jewelry Making Club by Holly Tierney-Bedord

It's always very exciting to get on a second blog tour for an author you love. The author in question is Holly Tierney-Bedord, whom I had never heard of before I read Sweet Hollow Women. Would I go as far as saying this book is even better? Yes, I would. Blurb The Port Elspeth Jewelry … Continue reading Book Review: The Port Elspeth Jewelry Making Club by Holly Tierney-Bedord

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Book Review: The Oshun Diaries by Diane Esquerra

I'm back with another one of those books that is fun to read but educational. But unlike many others I've read, this books is actually non-fiction. If you have any interest in African goddesses and Nigeria, this is one you shouldn't miss. Blurb The Oshun Diaries* by Diane Esquerra is a memoir based on an … Continue reading Book Review: The Oshun Diaries by Diane Esquerra

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Book Review: Picasso’s Revenge by Caroline and Ray Foulk

Lovers of art and historical fiction, this one's for you. Blurb Picasso's Revenge by Caroline and Ray Foulk is set in Paris in the early 1920's. Courtier and patron of the arts, Jacques Doucet, descends into the world of anarchist art, the occult and the dark turmoil of his past - involving the death of his … Continue reading Book Review: Picasso’s Revenge by Caroline and Ray Foulk

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Book Review: Dreamland by Nick Clausen

Even though this book is intended as a horror, or at least a spooky story, I found it very emotional. Emotion is not really something you associate with horrors but it worked very well here. Blurb Dreamland* by Nick Clausen introduces us to Dreamland. Dreamland is where Louis goes to meet his father, who died … Continue reading Book Review: Dreamland by Nick Clausen

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Book Review: The Medium by David Hatton

Anybody here interested in the afterlife? I sure am, hence my love for this next book. Not a fan? No problem! I still have a juicy thriller you. Blurb The Medium by David Hatton introduces us to Michael Walker whose wife, Suzanne, is missing. Michael  is approached by a psychic medium claiming to know the … Continue reading Book Review: The Medium by David Hatton