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    Reader Problem Book Tag

    1. You have 20,000 books on your TBR. How in the world do you decide what to read next?   The tragedy of TBR piles is they’re like the room or drawer we like to stick everything in; out of sight for too long and they’re forgotten! But generally, when I do dig back into the pile, I start with whatever I’m in the mood for.   For the record, I think it’s safe to say I will perish before I get to the bottom of my TBR pile. It’s that  big.   2. You’re halfway through a book and you’re just not loving it. Do you quit or are you…

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    Y’Keta By Sandra Hurst [Book Review]

    Author: Sandra Hurst Publisher: Createspace Genre: Epic Fantasy Release date: March 17, 2017 Pages: 268 My rating: ♥♥♥♥ Blurb: A young exile, Y’keta, finds a place to belong, only to find his new home threatened by secrets from his past. If Y’keta reveals what he knows to the villagers, it will tear their history and traditions apart…but sharing his secrets may be their only hope for survival.

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    Creatures of Will and Temper

    I often find myself thinking that a book would be better if the main character was a woman. Even in books with a female narrator, I end up lamenting the fact that our heroine doesn’t seem to have any girlfriends. So yes, a retelling of The Picture of Dorian Gray focused around three women is exactly my cup of tea.

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    NOW OPEN: Winter Solstice 1k Giveaway

    Dear Ravenous Readers, I am thrilled to announce the Winter Solstice 1k Giveaway is now OPEN. This month, I am thanking ALL OF YOU who have been a part of this amazing journey. Ravenous for Reads is another year old and it has grown so much. Thank you for being here ♥♥♥ via GIPHY Click the link above to enter the giveaway. This winter, two  winners will be chosen and there are plenty of opportunities to raise your chances of winning. And once you are done, grab a warm cuppa cocoa and snuggle up with a book beside the fire. Always, Ari from Ravenous for Reads  

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