Ärynnhart; By Jack Guffey

                  Ärynnhart   Arynnhart is a magical adventure perfect for Harry Potter fans by Chicago-based game developer Jack Guffey. Ärynnhart (Macmillan Pronoun; June 13, 2017) draws upon the familiar aspects of adventure, young love, and self-discovery. But unlike any other novel, this story focuses on two beings bound to the body of a young woman, communicating and interacting with each other in ways never before seen while uncovering the mystery of their past. Lily Ärynnhart, a … [Continue reading...]

This Body Won’t Break

   This Body Won't Break       (The O-Negative Series)                                               Part Oneby Lea McKeeA Review by Vaishali‘This Body Won’t Break’ is a dystopian novel set in a post nuclear war world where most of the population has been wiped out.‘Nuclear blasts so enormous they wiped out entire cities, and eventually entire continents. Our small piece of land is the only inhabitable chunk left.’This part is a really short introduction to the … [Continue reading...]

Colors of Love: The Adventures of Billy Bee






                             Colors of Love:                     The Adventures of Billy Bee                     by Peter Thomas Illustrated by John Mahomet   After Billy Bee falls asleep on leaf, he floats far away down a stream to a place he has never been before. At first […]

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Seventeen by Suzanne Lowe






                         Seventeen                by Suzanne Lowe   Seventeen is a dystopian style novel for young adults and middle year children, set in the Australian countryside. It follows the story of two teenage sisters, Lexi and Hadley, suddenly thrown into a life very different from […]

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“The Brothers Three” by Layton Green






   The Blackwood brothers are 3 very different, but loving, protective brothers, that live in New Orleans, Louisiana. Will is the youngest brother and dreams of life being different, Caleb is a bartender and the playboy of the family, this middle brother also doesn’t believe in religion, then there is Val, the oldest and highly […]

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Yaakov and the Treasures of Timna Valley (Peretz Family Adventures) (Volume 2)






Yaakov and the Treasures of Timna Valley          (Peretz Family Adventures)                                            (Volume 2)                                                                            Nathaniel Wyckoff   The continuing adventures of the Peretz Family. The second installment of this action packed series is a fast paced story that although written for adventurous young children  is just as much fun for Mom or Dad to […]

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What Book Lovers Can Do During a Trip To NYC






What Book Lovers Can Do During a Trip To NYC New York City is one of the world’s premier travel destinations, offering everything from Broadway shows and museums to fantastic restaurants. There’s another side to New York as well, and that’s the side that appeals to literary fanatics. If you love books and you’re considering […]

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The Yearbook by Carol Masciola






The Yearbook by Carol Masciola Book stats: Genre(s): Young adult, historical, time travel Medium: Print Number of pages: 224 Publish date: October 2nd, 2015 Misfit teen Lola Lundy has every right to her anger and her misery. She’s failing in school, living in a group home, and social workers keep watching her like hawks, waiting for her to show signs […]

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The Lazy Leprechaun by Conor Cassidy






The Lazy Leprechaun This is a fun story of a leprechaun tasked with protecting his Town from invaders. His job: To watch over all the land from the town walls at night. His job is tiring and one night he decides to take a nap instead. This leads to a dangerous attack from the trolls. […]

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Yaakov the Pirate Hunter (Peretz Family Adventures) (Volume 1)






  Yaakov the Pirate Hunter                             (Peretz Family Adventures) By Nathaniel Wyckoff Pirates! Treasure,Robots! All in a nice family adventure.C’mon what’s not to like.Yaakov the Pirate Hunter has it all Pirates and Robots are not usually found in the same book together but this is not your everyday story of the swashbuckling pirate adventure now […]

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“Emily’s Sister” A Child’s Book Dealing With Disorders – by Michele Gianetti






“Emily’s Sister” A Child’s Book Dealing With Disorders    I received another book to review titled, “Emily’s Sister” from Book room reviews. This book was written by Michele Gianetti. When I began reading this book, I quickly remembered my middle grandson who has a Sensory Disorder and ADHD, but when he was a baby we […]

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Writing and Writing Fantasy






Writing and Writing Fantasy by Ajax Minor author of The Ur Legend fantasy series: Sun Valley, Moon Mountains and The Girl From Ipanema: The World Turned Upside Down Is there some characteristic particular or peculiar to writing fantasy? Fantasy requires the same writing skills and discipline as any other genre. To be fair, perhaps less […]

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Olivia’s First Day a children’s book on inclusion by Deborah S Clothier ,






  Olivia’s First Day   a Children’s book on inclusion by Deborah S Clothier Illustrated by Alexander Kulieshow Olivia’s First Day by  author Deborah S Clothier is one of those Children’s books that promote a very strong message. Consisting of only 47 short pages this little book delivers a powerful message that million’s of adults […]

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Tilly and Torg: Out To Eat (Volume 1)






Tilly and Torg: Out To Eat   Here come Tilly and Torg! These two hilarious monsters have a lot to learn about living with humans! When there’s no food in the house, Tilly and Torg head out to a restaurant and one thing is for sure – with these two, trouble is always on the […]

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Top 10 kids movies based on books






Top 10 kids movies based on books     Psychologists have found out that watching quality movies may have a lot of positive effects on kids. First of all, movies include a lot of new information for kids and thus serve as a source of knowledge, secondly, they develop kid’s attitude: kids start to distinguish […]

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20 Desserts Inspired by Your Favorite Children’s Classic’s






 20 Desserts Inspired by           Your Favorite Children’s Books Ever find yourself reading a book and suddenly get an urge for something sweet? Well we have some suggestions here to satisfy that appetite. You’ve heard of pairing wine with meats right? What we have here is a little “Pairing chart” pairing some yummy deserts with […]

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Five Signs You’re Ready to Be the Boss






Guest Post — Stacy Kravetz, author of She’s So Boss; The Girl Entrepreneur’s Guide to Imagining, Creating & Kicking Ass Five Signs You’re Ready to Be the Boss You have an idea that keeps you up at night. You know the feeling: You wake up for some reason or other and your mind starts racing, […]

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Remember, Remember: A Sherlock Holmes/ Lucy James Mystery by Anna Elliott






Remember, Remember:            A Sherlock Holmes/ Lucy James Mystery I just read the best mystery book from bookroomreviews.com titled “Remember Remember: A Sherlock Holmes/ Lucy James Mystery”.    The captivating book by the daughter/father writing team, Anna Elliot and Charles Veley, pulls you into London in 1897 and doesn’t set you free until the final […]

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Felipe Femur by Russell J. Dorn






Felipe Femur: Original Bedtime Story By Russell J. Dorn                                                                        with Illustrations by David Vincent Dorn   Meet Felipe Femur, the skeleton with a lot of heart. He lives in a closet where he has lots of fun. But there’s an awful feeling growing in his heart. Join Felipe Femur on his quest to defeat […]

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Birthrights by J. Kyle McNeal






“Birthrights” is a book of fantasy and fiction. Written by J. Kyle McNeal, this book tells the lives of 2 young men, growing up in separate levels of life, but both seeking the same thing – their own identity from their heritages. Wyam is a grandson of ArWyam who was the leader of the Reform […]

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