Monthly Archives: July 2022

Fictionophile’s JULY 2022 Reading Wrap-Up #bookblogger #MonthlyWrapUp

JULY by the numbers: Total books read: 11 Published in 2022: 8 Backlist titles: 3 Five star reads: 2 Debut novels: 1 Books that are part of a series: 1 Goodreads challenge: 84/120 (70%) GR NetGalley challenge: 51/70 (73%) GR … Continue reading

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Fictionophile’s JULY 2022 #BookHaul #Bookbloggers #TBR

I’ve added TWELVE review commitments to my TBR this month. (All book descriptions are linked to Goodreads.) I received FIVE of these titles from NetGalley. AND… I downloaded FIVE titles from Edelweiss And finally, one I had completely forgot about … Continue reading

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#BookRecommendations with titles that start with the letter ‘T’ #GreatReads #ReadingForPleasure

Last year I started going through the entire alphabet, one letter per month. For July 2022, the 19th month of my endeavor, I’m listing all of my favourite novels that begin with the letter ‘T‘ I am choosing these titles … Continue reading

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“Misery Bay” by Chris Angus – Book Review

The setting of this novel is what initially enticed me to read it for it is set in home province of Nova Scotia, Canada.  This is a crime novel which does not depict Nova Scotia in a very favorable light, … Continue reading

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Kindlepreneur – and why Book Reviews matter @DaveChesson #BookReviews #Kindlepreneur

Book reviews are one piece of the book marketing puzzle. An important piece that some authors find impossible. This article is designed to help you get those initial reviews to bring in and sales and, you guessed it, more reviews. … Continue reading

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“The Littlest Library” by Poppy Alexander – Book Review

What a lovely surprise this little novel turned out to be! Warm escapist fiction with enough literary references to satisfy anyone who appreciates the written word. Those who follow my blog will know that romance is not my usual genre … Continue reading

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“The Wilderness” by Sarah Duguid – Book Review

Anna and David are a long married couple who have two sons in their early twenties. They have recently become empty-nesters and as a result their marriage is in flux, under scrutiny by both parties.   When they receive word that … Continue reading

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“The Last To Vanish” by Megan Miranda – Book Review

This is my second novel from the pen of Megan Miranda and both are consistently good thrillers. “The Last To Vanish” was an immersive and creepy thriller albeit a slow-paced one. The protagonist, Abby Lovett has spent the last decade … Continue reading

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World’s Biggest Digital Book Club – The Big Library Read!

From July 13-27, the world’s BIGGEST digital book club is happening: the Big Library Read! More than one-hundred thousand readers from around the globe will enjoy historical fiction and USA Today bestseller The Girl in His Shadow, by Audrey Blake … Continue reading

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“Letting In Light” by Emma Davies – Book Review

“It’s not only windows that let in the light.” If you are in the mood for a book that is comforting and hopeful then look no further. Rowan Hill was idyllic and its occupants were vividly rendered. Set in Shropshire, … Continue reading

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