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My Collector’s Edition goes to NeverNight by Jay Kristoff. I have a first edition of it, and I absolutely LOVE this book. I can’t wait until the second one in the series is released this September . What is your favourite Collector’s Edition?   [Azeroth Mommy]

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I am in love with this cover! The Ocean at the End of the Lane by Neil Gaiman

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5 Stars goes to Dark Matter by Blake Crouch. Fast, and good read.     I rated this 5 stars for the fact that it never really dragged and kept my interest the entire way through. [Azeroth Mommy}

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Fangirl Feels for sure!     <3 What do you fangirl over? [Azeroth Mommmy]

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Kelsey Hayes is an insecure eighteen-year-old who has just landed a summer job at a circus. The position includes room and board, and entails that she care for a pack of dogs and a white tiger. I would think that one might need some sort of experience in caring for large cats, but apparently a…

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I was going to have this post be about how to read a pattern, but I decided it would be easier to read a pattern if you knew what the stitches were, so I’ll discuss those this month and get into pattern reading next month. Before we begin stitching, it is important to know how…

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The image is publicity material for what is considered to be the worst Sci-fi film in the history, Ed Wood’s masterpiece ‘Plan 9 from outer space’. It was, both in technical terms and in terms of plot, a good contender for worst film of all time. Check out the link, this guy was weird. I…

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So the news broke just over twenty-four hours ago that the newest regeneration of the Doctor is going to be a woman. The internet has broken itself into three main factions: Those who are good with this change. (<<< I cried at the fantasticnessity of this reveal and am so so so excited for the…

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Welcome to Flashback Fiction, a new segment on Geeks and Geeklets! We will be posting stories from our Fiction Writing Friday vaults! Enjoy!  _________________ Let me tell you the story of Thomas Buchanan.  Thomas was a lonely soul, always by himself and never far from home.  He had a job, although this fact could be…

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Kiss Kill Marry So, I’m over in Ireland now, but I figured I’d wrap my time up on here with my all time favourite French writer: Alexandre Dumas. Yes, I realise everyone’s heard of The Three Musketeers, but there’s more to him than just that and The Man in the Iron Mask. The Count of…

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Detective Inspector Marnie Rome and her partner DS Noah Jake are conveniently at a women’s shelter when a resident attempts to murder her husband. Despite the plethora of witnesses, however, this case is not as clear-cut as it seems. Being a crime novel, Someone Else’s Skin takes readers through a variety of twists and turns, but the…

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Come join us as we play the 38th episode of our World of Darkness game! Originally on YouTube and now in podcast form! Join us live every other Saturday as we continue on our adventure! Listen to the show here: Direct Download or Site link Or follow the Geeks and Geeklets podcast network on iTunes, Stitcher, and…

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So, last week, I gave you the starting craziness of Hugfest2017 in Gatwick. Week 1 finished pretty awesomely, with Canada’s 150th birthday being celebrated in Manchester! My first official Hugfest Hug was from Lucy on June 29th, 2017. I need this day to sit in my heart forever, because it was a pretty epic hug….

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Show: GLOW – Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling Where to find it: Netflix My Rating: Solid 7.5/10 Genre: Historical Comedy Drama Action Reality I’m not even sure if it’d be classed as PG-13? R? I’ll rate it HBO, how’s that? If you let your kids watch Game of Thrones, this shit will be tame in comparison….

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This is not my type of book. I rarely read biographies and I don’t read books about American history. I’ve never been particularly interested in the genesis of the United States, thus I know embarrassingly little about our country. Prior to reading this book, I wasn’t even positive that James Madison was a president; therefore,…

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