Monthly Archives: May 2016

Flawed by Cecelia Ahern

Flawed is Cecelia Ahern’s YA debut and she does not disappoint! Thank you, CA, for this captivating and thought-provoking premise and thank you to OwlCrate for including it in your April box πŸ™‚ Not only did I enjoy reading this … Continue reading

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Design for Dying by Renee Patrick

Design for Dying is a stylish novel by Renee Patrick – a tale of murder, mystery, glitz, and glamour in 1930s Hollywood. And can I just say: Bless you, Renee Patrick, for reminding me how much I love mystery novels … Continue reading

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The Serpent King by Jeff Zentner

This wasn’t my typical go-to read, but as you may know, I’m trying to broaden my book horizons. …Plus it came in the March OwlCrate box and I couldn’t just not read it. πŸ˜› The Serpent King by Jeff Zentner … Continue reading

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ο»ΏMay 2016: Renee Patrick

This month’s feature is Renee Patrick, author of the 1930s Hollywood murder mystery novel, Design for Dying. Here’s a super sweet secret not-so-secret secret for you…ready? ….

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OwlCrate April 2016

April’s theme was Dystopia! OwlCrate gets an A++, pulling in awesome knick-knacks from Dystopian fan favorites while also introducing us to something new and exciting πŸ˜€ Cause it’s what they do!

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The Glittering Court by Richelle Mead

A while ago (sorry, guys, I’m a procrastinator), I finished Richelle Mead’s newest novel, The Glittering Court, and it was awesome! In case you don’t already know, Mead is one of my all-time favorite authors. And if you do already … Continue reading

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