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The Lighthouse Witches by C.J. Cooke–ATLP Book Review

Luna has yet to solve the mystery of what happened to her family–That is, until she gets a phone call that her youngest sister, Clover, has been found. She’s ecstatic, until she actually sees Clover and discovers that Clover is still seven years old–the same age she was when she vanished. In The Lighthouse Witches, Luna will have to confront her past to rediscover the mystery of the wildlings, her few memories from the island, and the truth of what really happened to her family.

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Books With STEM Heroines That Aren’t by Ali Hazelwood

After reading The Love Hypothesis (which I really enjoyed btw), I decided that I needed to find some other STEM-inspired novels with women in them. My goal was to find a few books that were off the beaten path (or off Booktok, so to speak), so you might not recognize many of these titles, but hopefully they’ll inspire you to pick up something new.

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The Southern Book Club’s Guide To Slaying Vampires–ATLP Book Review

Patricia’s small town book club is made up of five women, all of which have a hankering for ‘trashy’ true crime novels. Each month, they share in their discussion about a crime that seems very far away–until James Harris moves in across the street. It’s very clear to Patricia that something is going on with James, and it certainly isn’t something good.

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How to Create A Last Minute Book-Themed Halloween Costume

If you’re anything like me, you might have waited until the last possible minute to put together a Halloween costume (oops). Maybe you have a themed party to go to–or maybe your kids are just begging them to dress up with you. Either way, your costume doesn’t have to be boring. In fact, there are a lot of fun ways to incorporate your favorite activity (reading!) into a last minute book-themed Halloween costume.

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The School For Good Mothers by Jessamine Chan–After The Last Page Book Review

In this light, no one would be able to tell they are losing hope. That they’re dangerous women. Women who can’t control themselves. Who don’t…

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The Lighthouse Witches by C.J. Cooke–ATLP Book Review

Luna has yet to solve the mystery of what happened to her family–That is, until she gets a phone call that her youngest sister, Clover, has been found. She’s ecstatic, until she actually sees Clover and discovers that Clover is still seven years old–the same age she was when she vanished. In The Lighthouse Witches, Luna will have to confront her past to rediscover the mystery of the wildlings, her few memories from the island, and the truth of what really happened to her family.

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