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Book Review: The Vixen Pederson Workshop, by Maxine Sylvester

It was in 2017 that I discovered an interesting children’s fiction series written by Maxine Sylvester, thanks to one of my best friends. The genre is one that usually exudes joy and warmth, and this was no different. I’d been expecting the fourth book in the series since then.

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Book Review: Accidental Magic, by Keshava Guha

When a book blurb says the story is of four very different people brought together by the world of Harry Potter, it makes me notice. That, and the lightning bolt on the cover art.

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Book Review: You Beneath Your Skin, by Damyanti Biswas

Looking back over the years, I think thrillers would be the genre I have read most. For the most recent episode of our podcast, my friends and I had chosen Indian thrillers as the theme. This book, You Beneath Your Skin (YBYS) by Damyanti Biswas, was one we read for that podcast. It was one that I had been looking forward to reading since much before that as well.

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