Jessica's Book Thoughts

I read books from a mix of genres. My favorites are dark fantasy, paranormal anything, Sci fi, horror, and fantasy. I have a thing for reading encyclopedias, I know it's sort of weird. When I find something interesting (meaning really gross, funny, unbelievable) I post about it. I have 3 kids; Myles 6, Kenzie 11,  & Jill 13 (really my youngest sister who one day just moved in with me). I have been married to my husband, Bub, for 11 years, but we have been together for 16 years. Wow, I just realize we have been together half of my life. I am 32. I am an LPN at an MRDD community. The community has a small library where I volunteer about 8 hours a week.

Today
December
15
Elizabeth Hunter
reading
Gail Z. Martin
Mark Onspaugh
Naomi Novik
reading
Danielle Monsch
Ben S. Dobson
Anne Bishop
reading
Becca Mills
reading
Mabel Louise Robinson
December2017
06
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Many of you already know Mark A. Rayner aka Dilettante (you can follow Mark's blog on BookLikes here). Now it's time to know ...
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I like posting these and then comparing wrap-ups to TBRs at the end of the month. For me, most of the time they are very diff...
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I see three challenges for any Christmas book: Find an original angle that's grounded in something real but allows reality t...
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Warning: There will be spoilers for book 1 in the series This book takes place 3 months after the previous book ended. Fo...
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After having finished “Six of Crows”, I would encourage anyone to consider the potential for SF to help us all drop our lazy ...
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I am so happy to be sharing Jane Blythe’s new novel, Christmas Hostage, just in time for the holidays. Jane not only, write...
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Despite weird punctuation (what are all those dashes supposed to indicate?) and obvious period details this book feels remark...
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A young woman walks into her brother's apartment, stabs him in the chest with a pair of shears, and jumps off the balcony. It...
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Well, this book may have just steered me away from my lofty dreams of winning the lottery, buying an old haunted Victorian, c...
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Title: Thunder in the Morning Calm (Pacific Rim Series #1) Author: Don Brown Pages: 330 Year: 2011 Publisher: Zondervan ...
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When I was in college, I started reading the Redwall novels by Brain Jacques. I know that I was reading below my reading lev...
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Near the end of World War II, thirty-six conscientious objectors volunteered to be systematically starved for renowned scient...
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Tristan Holt is nothing if not pragmatic. Despite a flourishing career as a defenseman for the Atlanta Venom, Tristan knows h...
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I won these signed paperbacks and it was a very pleasant surprise reading them. Goodreads / Amazon US / Amazon UK /...

Currently reading

This Same Earth by Elizabeth Hunter
The Song of Mavin Manyshaped by Sheri S. Tepper
Ice Forged by Gail Z. Martin
Progress: 80/592pages
The Faceless One by Mark Onspaugh
Black Powder War by Naomi Novik
Stone Guardian by Danielle Monsch
Progress: 10%
Scriber by Ben S. Dobson
Murder of Crows by Anne Bishop
Nolander by Becca Mills
Progress: 5%
King Arthur and His Knights by Mabel Louise Robinson
Progress: 5/174pages