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The Lying Game by Ruth Ware

The Lying Game by Ruth Ware

🕔13:16, 6.Oct 2017

4 0ut of 5 stars (sent by Simon and Schuster Canada) ____________   Just when you think you know what’s going to happen and you think you have the story figured out … you don’t. And the deck is shuffled

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How to find balance between reading and school

How to find balance between reading and school

🕔10:46, 29.Sep 2017

With the school year well underway, bookworms will begin to find difficulty in leisure reading while juggling schoolwork. Luckily I, Biblio Virgo, am here to give you some quick tips to an easy fix. These tips will offer you ease

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Top three summer reads

Top three summer reads

🕔12:56, 22.Sep 2017

  It is that time of year again – school. Time to get into the routine of work and little sleep. It is also a time where our busy schedules tend to get in the way of things we love

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Cecilia Vinesse’s Seven Days of You

Cecilia Vinesse’s Seven Days of You

🕔11:18, 31.Mar 2017

    I was lucky enough to receive an advanced reader’s copy of Seven Days of You by Cecilia Vinesse from Hachette Book Group Canada. It was published March 6, making for a fresh new read.   5 out of

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Book launch sends hometown author to the stars

Book launch sends hometown author to the stars

🕔11:27, 24.Mar 2017

  By Ryan Jones It was a full house at Biblioasis to meet hometown author Emily Schultz last week. Schultz’ new novel Men Walking On Water was released March 20. The novel is set in the 1920s and focuses on

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Sandrone Dazieri’s Kill The Father

Sandrone Dazieri’s Kill The Father

🕔11:44, 24.Feb 2017

  At the beginning of February, Simon and Schuster Canada had asked me to participate in their blog tour for Kill The Father by Sandrone Dazieri which ran from Feb.6 – 10. With this being my first blog tour it

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Book reviews come to the Converged Citizen

🕔12:35, 17.Feb 2017

By Ryan Jones Being a book reviewer is not just reading books and spitting out paragraphs explaining the novel, its characters, the setting and the literary devices used. Reviewing allows me to analyze an author’s work to develop my own

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