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What Sets My Book Reviews Apart…

For starters, I go through quite an ordeal looking for the perfect book to read. The synopsis must sit right with me. Or, if I recognize the memoirist (usually from the face on the cover), but often through social media chats, there is always something alluring about this person that draws me to wanting to read their story. Most times I’m feeling the memoirist is going to share something that will enhance my perspective. The key is, what happens once I have the book in hand. My mood must be right when I open the book, or that first page has to be really singing. Many books end up on my DNF (Did Not Finish) shelf for one, and often both of these reasons not quite working out on the first go. That expressed, this is what really sets my book reviews apart from many others. I DO NOT share books (on my review blog ) that I have not completely read…excluding albeit… forwards, prologues, epilogues and such. Yeah, I rarely read jacket flaps and extras, primarily due to trying to avoid coming a

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