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Author Interview: J.L Mulvihill

Hey bookworms, I joined a book tour and decided to do an author interview! This author is promoting her new Steel Roots Series. About the author:  A California native born in Hollywood, J.L. Mulvihill has made Mississippi her home for the past seventeen years.… Continue Reading “Author Interview: J.L Mulvihill”

Book Review: Break by Clare Littlemore

Our reviewer @saramact was really excited when Clare Littlemore read her review and loved it. She even sent @saramact the second book of her series called Break so that she could read it too. So now, here is Sara’s review 🙂 ! Synopsis: It’s been… Continue Reading “Book Review: Break by Clare Littlemore”

Book Review: Practice Makes Purpose by C. Paul Schroeder

A new book review of Practice Makes Purpose: Six Spiritual Practices That Will Change Your Life And Transform Your Community by C. Paul Schroeder. This book was a short read at only 198 pages and had some good insight into life and how to approach… Continue Reading “Book Review: Practice Makes Purpose by C. Paul Schroeder”

Book Review: Every Watering Word by Tanya Manning-Yarde

A new review of Every Watering Word by Tanya Manning-Yarde. This is the first poetry book I have read for review. I wouldn’t say I am necessarily into poetry but this book was actually pretty good. Synopsis: This collection of poetry is an ensemble of… Continue Reading “Book Review: Every Watering Word by Tanya Manning-Yarde”

Book review: The Mark of Wu – Hidden Paths

Another book completed and added to the library. Another review to be read 🙂 I finished The Mark of Wu: Hidden Paths by Stephen M. Gray. The book was actually pretty good. Picture Mulan but the male character from that movie and instead of… Continue Reading “Book review: The Mark of Wu – Hidden Paths”

Book Highlight: The Mark of Wu – Hidden Paths by Stephen M. Gray

Congratulations to Stephen M. Gray on the release of his book The Mark of Wu – Book One: Hidden Paths. I am currently reviewing this book that was sent to me by Ingram Publisher Services. It is good so far and I am halfway… Continue Reading “Book Highlight: The Mark of Wu – Hidden Paths by Stephen M. Gray”

Book Review: To Keep A Secret by Melina Wedin

Another book review for the shelves. This one was called To Keep A Secret by Melina Wedin. It was more of a novella as it was only about 43 pages but I have found a certain love for these types of books. They are… Continue Reading “Book Review: To Keep A Secret by Melina Wedin”

Book Review: The Aletheian Journeys: The Arrow Bringer by Lisa Mayer

A new reviewer has joined the team! Welcome, Sara to the Breakeven Books team. You can find Sara on her Instagram at saramact! She has reviewed The Aletheian Journeys: The Arrow Bringer by Lisa Mayer. This novel is a C.S. Lewis inspired Christian fantasy. Taking place… Continue Reading “Book Review: The Aletheian Journeys: The Arrow Bringer by Lisa Mayer”

Book Review: Release by Patrick Ness

Another book review, this time of Release by Patrick Ness. I read this one really fast so that tells you that it was damn good. I would start with the fact that I love this book cover. It’s beautiful. Also kind of confused me… Continue Reading “Book Review: Release by Patrick Ness”

Book Review: Star City by Edwin Peng

Another book  has been read and reviewed! This one is called Star City by Edwin Peng. This book was pretty good. The main characters were Emma (the youthful student ambassador) and Sepporinen (the chosen Alien delegate). They work together to cure diseases with the… Continue Reading “Book Review: Star City by Edwin Peng”