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No Wasted Ink May 24
No Wasted Ink reviews FAHRENHEIT 451 by Ray Bradbury
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No Wasted Ink May 18
No Wasted Ink reviews ROBINSON CRUSOE by DANIEL DEFOE
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Fancy Pants Books 53m
"To love the desert is to be fascinated by death, discomfort and the desire for self-erasure."
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Vilma Stone 7h
Campaign Aims to Keep Judge’s Copy of ‘Lady Chatterley’s Lover’ in U.K.
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D.W. Marshall 1h
Sea Witches, Snow Gods, & More
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Angeline Trevena 6h
5 Reasons Why Reviews Matter
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Archer Tinto (author) 57m
Almost anybody can offer one relevant word that comes to their mind. Just click on the number of stars & write: Imaginative Page-turner Hot Riveting Entrancing Sexy Sensual Delightful Surprising Smoldering Creative Delicious Unexpected Sweet Fun Fiery Sensuous
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Review This May 24
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Neostriker May 21
, after seeing I'm not the only one that suffers from desire to receive book reviews, I want to make a list of books that don't have many reviews. Add yours in the comments and let's help out others
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Amanda Heartley 2h
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Reading Deals 2h
*Featured* Deadly Voyage: The Rick Cunningham Mystery/Suspen… ... wanted:
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Vilma Stone May 24
Mel Brooks, the Manic Comic
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Vilma Stone May 24
The A to Z of a Writer’s Routine
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Carol Choomack 1h
Enjoy the tale of Samantha Stone . #readers#friends#readersworkshop #
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Reading Deals 4h
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Tracey Gemmell May 24
You'll need a fun book for this holiday weekend ... via
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Vilma Stone May 24
After Partying in Montauk All Summer, He Wrote a Memoir About It
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Deborah J. Ross 6h
Short : Alien Abduction Falls Short
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The Review Group 3h
Review: Can’t Forget the Motor City… by Joseph Nicks via
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Byron López Ellington 16h
It took me a long time, but I finally finished Fredrik Backman's "My Grandmother Asked Me to Tell You She's Sorry." One-word review: Phenomenal. 5/5 stars.
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