Book Review: Stepping Out in Love by Gayle Suzanne

Book Cover of Self-HelpBook about Divorce

I’m excited to be back today with another self-help book. I’m proud that so far I’ve been keeping to my resolution to post more reviews of this type. I hope you’re enjoying them! Blurb Stepping Out in Love by Gayle Suzanne is a collection of 50 short stories written to help the reader through the […]

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Book Review: Evo by Diane May

I’m excited to bring you today’s book review. It is one of those books I would have originally passed on if the author hadn’t contacted me. Now, I’m here to make sure you don’t pass it on. Blurb The premise for Evo by Diane May starts twenty years earlier in the United States when CIA […]

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Book Review: A Spark of Light by Jodi Picoult

A Spark of Light Jodi Picoult Book Review Joyful Antidotes

Jodi Picoult is my all-time favourite author. I’m always super excited during the lead up to a new release. It was no different for A Spark of Light. Let me tell you what I thought about it in my latest book review. Blurb A Spark of Light* by Jodi Picoult is set in a women’s […]

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Book Review: My Sister Is Missing by Julia Barrett

My Sister Is Missing Thrill Book Review Joyful Antidotes

I am one excited book blogger to be on the My Sister Is Missing book tour today. See, I mistakenly checked out the Goodreads reviews before starting this book and they made me worry that I was setting myself up for disappointment. However, what happened was I read a book I really, really enjoyed. This […]

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Book Review: The Blameless Dead by Gary Haynes

The Blameless Dead Book Review Joyful Antidotes

Today I have a book review (you may remember it from the cover reveal I posted last year) where half of the book is based during the end of World War II. Don’t click away! I know you may have had your fill of WWII books but The Blameless Dead incorporates an interesting element of […]

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Book Review: Reader, I Married Me by Sophie Tanner

Self-love book review Joyful Antidotes

I decided that this year I wanted to read more non-fiction books, especially those centered around mental health. So far, I published just one book review in this genre. While the intention is there, the sheer entertainment value of a fictional story can make it hard to reach for anything else. But, like they say, […]

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Book Review: The Good Friend by Jo Baldwin

The Good Friend by Jo Baldwin

I’ve been so lucky recently with the books I’ve been reading. That means another wonderful book review for you today in the form of The Good Friend*. Blurb The Good Friend by Jo Baldwin begins with Olympic swimmer Jenny heading to France to visit her once best friend Kath, whom she lost when she moved […]

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Book Review: The Glorious Heresies by Lisa McInerney

The Glorious Heresies by Lisa McInerney

There is only one way to start this book review: The Glorious Heresies* is absolutely epic. Blurb The Glorious Heresies by Lisa McInerney is set in Cork City, Ireland in what seems to be a few years after the recession. It begins with Maureen who kills an intruder in her home and has to ask […]

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Book Review: Foam on the Crest of Waves by Silke Stein

Foam on the Crest of Wavs Silke Stein

Did you ever go into a book expecting one thing and come out with something completely different? I did recently and I’m so glad it happened because this book was so much more than I originally thought. Enjoy the review! Blurb Foam on the Crest of Waves* by Silke Stein is set in a small fishing […]

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Book Review: Melissa and Kasho by Camilla Chance

Book Review Melissa and Kasho

Something very different from my last crime book review is this charming coming-of-age story. Let’s get into it! Blurb Melissa and Kasho* by Camilla Chance introduces us to Melissa, a shy teenage girl who doesn’t fit into the harsh high society she was born. The only person she feels who understands her is Kasho. The […]

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