Review: The Cake House by Latifah Salom

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Publication: March 3rd 2015
Publisher: Vintage
Pages: 336 pages
Source: Birthday/Christmas Gift
Genre: Fiction, Mystery, Retelling, Contemporary
My Rating: ⛤⛤⛤⛤

Hamlet retelling where Hamlet is a girl? Yes please!

The Cake House has been on my TBR pile for at least four years and was a surprisingly hard book for me to find. Not online, it’s easy enough to find on Amazon. But I was never able to find it at my library or at Indigo/Chapters which surprised me. Luckily I got it as a birthday/Christmas gift and made it one of my first reads of 2019 and it did not disappoint! Continue reading

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Review: Exit, Pursued By a Bear by E.K. Johnston

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Publication: March 15th 2016
Publisher: Dutton Books
Pages:  248 pages
Source: Indigo
Genre: Fiction, YA, Contemporary, Realistic Fiction, Canadian Fiction
My Rating: ⛤⛤⛤⛤⛤

“You can’t fix something that doesn’t know it’s broken,” (Johnston 81).

TW: Rape/Date Rape.

This book is heartbreaking, but it’s also hopeful. Johnston packs a lot into a tiny book, her specialty, creating a story full of trauma and love and connection that is necessary on everyone’s bookshelves. Continue reading

Web Series Wednesday

Hey Posies! Sorry for the bareness of this blog for the past week (and forgetting to post last week’s episode!). I made a portfolio for myself for jobs and such, so that took a bit of organizing.

In this week’s episode, Detective Rosie’s on the case to find out who knows about Ricky and Juliet.

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