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I Was Here by Gayle Forman book review

I’m unbelievably behind on book reviews again!!

So its catch up time…

Here’s the first one

Blurb:

This characteristically powerful novel follows eighteen-year-old Cody Reynolds in the months following her best friend’s shocking suicide.

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Book Reviews

Japan has eggs that smell and taste like yuzu citrus fruit, and they’re amazing!

In a lot of ways, eggs are a pretty wonderful food. Cheap and versatile, they’re just about the quickest and easiest route to a hot, filling meal that’s high in protein and low in calories. 864 more words

Japan

MEG still creating new highs?

Recently, MEG just reached an all time high but i think it’s not that significant. But if you are going to look at its chart, all the indicators are bullish. 37 more words

Ichimoku

Writing 201: Poetry, Day Four -- Animal, Concrete Poem, Enjambment

Give a dog

Baby and Baby
are singing again. My favourite.
Knick-knack, knick-knack, knick-knack
Paddy-whack, paddy-whack
Oh! Go on! What’s
next? Something
for me? Tell me! 53 more words

Poetry

Release Blitz! Review: Point Of Surrender(Nordic Lords MC #4) by Stacey Lynn

Point of Surrender (Nordic Lords MC, #4)

Stacey Lynn

Release Date: February 10, 2015

***This ARC was provided by Between The Sheets Promotions for an honest review*** 686 more words

EBooks

Review: Forever Twelve by Meg Kimball

Amazon: Forever Twelve by Meg Kimball

Author Page: Ink and Toner Reviews

Goodreads: Forever Twelve by Meg Kimball

What if there were a place where life was simpler, where your biggest worry involves your science assignment and your biggest fear is the ever-scary ear-piercing gun? 460 more words