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text 2017-05-25 06:01
Part 3: What's On Your Library Wishlist?
Daughters of the Moon, Volume 2 - Lynne Ewing
The Countess - Lynsay Sands
The Blades of the Rose Bundle: Warrior, Scoundrel, Rebel, & Stranger - Zoe Archer
Shakespeare's Landlord - Charlaine Harris
Crazy Love - Candace Gold
Kissing Santa Claus - Donna Kauffman,HelenKay Dimon
1,000-Year Voyage - John Russell Fearn
Notorious Victoria: The Life of Victoria Woodhull, Uncensored - Mary Gabriel
The Misenchanted Sword: A Legend of Ethshar - Lawrence Watt-Evans

Still updating my shelves to reflect and to work thru the wishlist.  Any recommendations to immediately read anything currently borrow-able?

 

(Backfiring as a way to clean up some reading lists because I stupidly keep glancing at the "also enjoyed" and adding more to the TBR but working to remind me I wanted to read something or continue some series.)

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review 2017-05-02 22:35
Crazy is my Superpower Review
Crazy Is My Superpower: How I Triumphed ... Crazy Is My Superpower: How I Triumphed by Breaking Bones, Breaking Hearts, and Breaking the Rules - A.J. Mendez Brooks

Crazy is My Superpower

 

AJ Mendez Brooks

 

Wow this Autobiography was amazing I could not put it down and binge read the entire thing is two days which for me in this moment of time is amazing for me. She wrote it in so much detail and truth that there was no question unanswered for me I recommend this to anyone that is a fan of AJ Lee inside or outside of the ring.

 

April is an amazing and an inspiration to read and reading her story and her journey of how she got into the ring which wasn't an easy road at all for anyone to endure this and still be strong and positive like she was is amazing and also her story while she was in the ring like a lot of wrestling autobiography that I have read she did not have it easy in her life before she got to an age to think about going into the ring.

 

April was such an inspiration because she openly spoke about Bipolar and the effects it can have on a family and the effect it can have on someone if it is mis treated she has inspired me to want to work toward a profession in mental health because I want to be able to help people that doctors can't because they can't see the problem and it isn't physical.

 

she was also very open with her opinions on her job and the people that she worked with and that her plan was to change how women where seen in the wrestling industry and I would like to think that she done an amazing job at accomplishing that because she wasn't the usual skinny blonde that liked to wear tight dresses she was different in a brilliant way that changed the way women where looked at in a  male dominated industry.

 

 

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review 2017-04-18 00:00
Going Crazy for You
Going Crazy for You - Allison Gatta Some of the most outlandish scenarios can deliver the most humbling of messages. Anyone whose read Erin Nicholas and her Sapphire Falls series knows that to be true. Going Crazy for You by Allison Gatta, may not be as over the top, however it still causes butterflies in the heart with it's message. "Never take for granted the people you love", a motto that we know to be true, but neglect to take to heart until a tragedy happens almost out of the blue. Loss bring a reluctant Wade home to the one place, he hoped to forget. An adorable nephew and a pretty face, could have him hedging his bets. Any trip to Sapphire Falls is a pleasure.
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review 2017-04-10 00:00
Crazy for You
Crazy for You - Rina Gray There is a fine line between being overly preachy and informative. With Crazy for You, Ms. Gray expertly toes that line with issues and characters that are easy to relate to and fall for. Characters like Charlotte are created to inspire, entertain and deliver a message. Happiness resides in loving and accepting the things in ourselves, that can not be changed. Jake was a temptation, but the way he motivated Charlotte and encouraged her to accept herself, made him a winner in my eyes. Rina Gray floats just below the radar in order to raise the bar a tad higher with every story she writes.
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review 2017-04-09 03:52
One Crazy Summer - review
One Crazy Summer - Rita Williams-Garcia

Delphine is eleven, going on twelve and yet she is responsible for her two younger sisters. Their mother left when Fern, the youngest, was still a baby and they are being raised by their father and grandmother (Big Ma). One summer they fly to California to spend time with their mother. She is not what they expect, and she doesn't seem happy to see them. Their mother sends them to the community center to have breakfast and get them out of her house. There the sisters get to spend time with members of the Black Panthers who run the center and provide local children with breakfast and day camp.

 

I liked this story. It gave us a look inside the sixties and what life was like for young black girls. We see how hard it is for the girls not to know their mother and when they finally meet her, she is distant and unfriendly. Delphine is a strong girl who doesn't take crap from anyone. It is hard for her to just be eleven when she has so much responsibility. She stands up for herself and her sisters and by the end of the visit, they finally start to connect with their mother.

 

This is a great book and highly recommended for readers, especially girls. Fans of realistic fiction or historical fiction should enjoy this one.

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