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Book Reviews

Flypaper by C.K. Vile 
There was a lot of great imagery in this book, too. I particularly loved the phrase ‘technicolor yawn’. (Horror)

The Little Prince by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry
I read a classic book to my children, and my book-hating son asked if he could keep it. (Children’s)

Herself When She’s Missing by Sarah Terez Rosenblum
Early on, one almost feels like s/he is on a small boat in a big storm. The switch — almost imperceptible — from one time period to another is jarring. (Lesfic)

The Thousand-Dollar Tan Line by Rob Thomas
Little Veronica is all grown up, but she’s still got an itch (no, not that kind of itch, you pervert) for crime solving. (Mystery)

Pokergeist by Michael Phillip Cash
I mean, come on — poker AND ghosts? I’m all in. (Supernatural)

Atlanta Burns by Chuck Wendig
This girl is smart, the kind of smart that makes you feel sorry for her jacked up childhood and wonder what she could have been if things had gone differently. (Suspense)

The Art of Work by Jeff Goins
I’ve always known what I was meant to do; this book gave me the kick in the pants I needed to step up my game. (Business)

Nerdy, Shy, and Socially Inappropriate by Cynthia Kim
Readable and well researched, Kim describes her change in perspective after diagnosis and shares personal anecdotes, and helpful insights and strategies for managing the quirks of ASD. (Autism)

I Like My Brown Skin Because… by Julia A. Davis
Our children will never be color-blind, but they can be color-appreciative, if we have the tools to teach them. (Equality)

Prosperity for Writers Productivity Journal by Honoree Corder
Honoree Corder’s writing is uplifting, and she makes you look hard and deep into your own motivations to find the spark that you need to make your goals a reality. (Writing)