Image shows the cover of the The Bright Side of Darkness by J.E. Pinto.The cover shows a figure in silhouette sitting with their head in their hands inside a room with a barred window. 
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Book Review & Author Interview: The Bright Side of Darkness by J.E. Pinto

The Bright Side of Darkness by Jo Elizabeth Pinto is one of the best books that I have read so far this year. It is deeply moving and inspiring. It also includes one of the best depiction of a character with a disability that I have ever seen in literature.

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I’m Visually Impaired and Voice Dream Reader Enables Me to Read 120+ Books a Year!

This article was originally published in CAPTIVATING! I'm such a huge book worm, and the Voice Dream Reader app has been such a blessing to me, that I wanted to share it here on my personal blog as well. I also encourage you to check out all the other great articles in CAPTIVATING, a magazine that is breaking barriers… Continue reading I’m Visually Impaired and Voice Dream Reader Enables Me to Read 120+ Books a Year!

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Children’s Book Review: Moriah’s Wings by Iris Carignan

About the Book Book: Moriah’s Wings Author: Iris Carignan Genre: Christian Children’s Fiction Release Date: March 26, 2019 She’s just a slave girl. What does she know? Desparity’s life couldn’t have been worse, she thought. However, when she’s captured and sold into slavery, Despairity discovers that things can get worse—much worse. However, her new mistress,… Continue reading Children’s Book Review: Moriah’s Wings by Iris Carignan

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Children’s Book Review: I Am Nuclear Fusion by Muriel Fitzpatrick

  I Am Nuclear Fusion by Muriel Fitzpatrick is a fun way for children to learn about writing! My Review of I Am Nuclear Fusion: We all have the potential to become a star! I Am Nuclear Fusion by Muriel Fitzpatrick is a fun and educational activity book that will help children to realize that they are… Continue reading Children’s Book Review: I Am Nuclear Fusion by Muriel Fitzpatrick

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Book Review: The Spec Set by Taya Okerland is a fun adventure with neurodivergent heroes!

The Spec Set by Taya Okerlund is a fast paced science fiction adventure in which neurodivergent characters get the chance to be the heroes! If you love diverse representation in literature or enjoy a good science fiction book, The Spec Set is one adventure that you won't want to miss! 

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The Saxon Wolves by Penny Ingham Is an Epic Journey into Britain’s Dark Ages (Blog Tour & Author Interview)

The Saxon Wolves by Penny Ingham takes readers on an impeccably researched epic journey into Britain's Dark Ages. For Anya, priestess and princess, exile is only the beginning. I had the opportunity to interview the very talented author, Penny Ingham.

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Murder on the Rocks- A Welsh Mystery from #OwnVoices Author, J.S. Strange (Blog Tour & Author Interview)

A murdered writer, a mysterious death, and a group with jealousy at its heart, this is Jenner's toughest case yet Murder on the Rocks (Jordan Jenner Mysteries #1) by J. S. Strange Book Details Title: Murder on the Rocks  Author: J.S. Strange Genre:  Mystery/ Cozy Mystery/ Own Voices Length: 416 pages (Print length) Publisher: Panther Publishing Format: Digital Available… Continue reading Murder on the Rocks- A Welsh Mystery from #OwnVoices Author, J.S. Strange (Blog Tour & Author Interview)