“There are 168 hours in a week. The average person works 8 hours per day (40 hours a week); sleeps 8 hours per day (56 hours a week); and dresses, eats, and travels to work 4 hours per day (28 hours a week). These tasks use up 124 hours, leaving 44 hours a week as spare time.” 📚| #CulturedOGsReads 📸 @pramodtoraskar
🌟REVIEW🌟 Reigntime by @_sklevy 🌟🌟🌟🌟/5 Stars
Lexie works as a student nurse and is assigned a new patient. She notices weird things about him and so she discovers more and more secrets of his, all while getting closer and closer.
And soon she helps him escape from the hospital.
I love the story! I liked the twists! It all seemed pretty logical and all important questions were answered, and it really became a book you couldn’t put out of your hand.
I liked the main character and Myall. He’s such a cutie!
So, I definitely started liking Lexie. But I would have liked it even more if there was a bit more time for Cormir (is that how it’s written?).
I haven’t read one book yet which is set in Australia, so this was a completely new experience for me!
All this history, that was shown in this book, was amazing!
Sometimes I would have wished for a few more descriptions of the surrounding, but usually I could imagine the scenery very well.
I liked the style; it was very nice to read. In general, I liked the descriptions.
The only problem I had, was with the language. Sometimes it felt a bit as if I read a lexicon.
So, this book is a perfect match for everybody who is looking for a fantasy-romance novel set in Australia!
🌟my goodreads review is here 👇🏻 https://www.goodreads.com/review/show/2364626322
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“the desire to wring out a few more drips of happiness almost always destroyed the happiness you were so lucky to have, and so foolish never to acknowledge.” 📚| #CulturedOGsReads 📸 @thejourneyofmybooks
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A fantastic group of authors are rising up in the of protection of creative expression. Help by supporting and spreading the word about this release, and then enjoy all the inspired stories in the Cocktales Anthology!
Cocktales, a limited-release anthology of original, never before published material, from some of your favorite bestselling authors is coming May 26th!
Publishing Date: May 26th
Cover Designer: CD Reiss
Each story was specifically written for this anthology.
The goal of the Cocktales Anthology is to raise funds to fight against obstruction of creative expression. Specifically, what we believe are obstruction attempts through the trademarking of common (single) words for titicular use in books / or as a book series (eBooks, print, and audio). Cocktales will only be available May 26th-August 26th.
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Contributing Authors Include:
Nana Malone USA Today Bestselling author – Foreword
Dylan Allen 'Cocked and Loaded'
Jana Aston NYT, WSJ, USA Today Bestselling author – 'Double Cocked'
Whitney Barbetti 'Cocksure Grin'
Author Sawyer Bennett NYT, WSJ, USA Today Bestselling author – 'A Wicked, Cocky Plan'
K.F. Breene USA Today Bestselling author – 'Magical Cock and Bull'
Ruth Clampett Writes Amazon top 20 Bestselling Author – 'Don’t Get Cocky'
L.H. Cosway USA Today Bestselling author – 'Illusionist Seeks Neanderthal'
Mariah Dietz 'Landmines'
Amy Daws Amazon Top 25 Bestselling author – 'Cock and Balls'
BB Easton Amazon Top 100 Bestselling author – 'Cocky BB: Two Boys, One Prom.'
Jaymin Eve - Author USA Today Bestselling author – 'The Cockier the Dragon, the Harder They Fall'
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We've partnered up with International Festival of Authors (IFOA) on ‘Toronto Lit Up’, an initiative designed to spotlight Toronto writers and connect them with more readers within their local communities.
The next Toronto Lit Up event is happening today, Tuesday May 15 at 6:00 pm, and it features not one but three Toronto writers! Come out to Ben McNally Books at 366 Bay St., and celebrate the new work of Heather Cadsby (Standing in the Flock of Connections), Degan Davis (What Kind of Man Are You), and Steve McOrmond (Reckon). All three authors will be in attendance, and admission is free. Register online at IFOA.org/events
“I’ve come to believe that connecting is one of the most important business—and life—skill sets you’ll ever learn. Why? Because, flat out, people do business with people they know and like. Careers—in every imaginable field—work the same.” 📚| #CulturedOGsReads 📸 @siyaolivia
“Mother was a falconer. The one who stood on the hills and watched, trying to stave off whatever ill she perceived was coming to her children. She owned copies of our minds in the pockets of her own mind and so could easily sniff troubles early in their forming, the same way sailors discern the forming foetus of a coming storm.” 📚| #CulturedOGsReads 📸 @psych_reads
🌟REVIEW🌟 Honor Harrington 3
by David Weber
In this book the Republic of Haven tries to use a war against Manticoe to hush up their problems with their home affairs. Honor is sent to a base near one of their targets. And so she soon has to fight against a superior fleet.
There aren’t so many clichés and the plot brings quite a few surprises with it. It is logical and for the first time, several points of views are used. The end seemed a bit hectic though.
The same characters, as always, but now you actually get a look into Young’s head. I really liked Honors development in this novel.
The world is shown with its problems and political use of tactics. As always, you get a fascinating look on all the technology involved.
The style is amazing! Emotions are shown in a clear way, without any poetic descriptions. There weren’t any unnecessary scenes in this book. It felt more like the end could have used a few more.
I really liked the cover, so there’s a bonus for that.
Longer review can be found here 👇🏻