Through a different lens By Whitney Rines

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“Write in your own lane, you can’t or don’t have the right to properly represent (x) race, culture, religions, etc.”. This is a common view going around right now and isn’t new. Telling other authors that they can’t possibly do the character justice just because they don’t have the first-hand experience on the aspects that may get touched on seems to be coming from multiple directions.

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The fall – Book 2- Reversion S.T. Campitelli (Book Review #754)

Reversion is a dystopian novel written in the year 2050, pre-fall. The story begins with Dr. Riley, who is a virologist. He happens to come across a patient that is dying from an infection unknown and unseen before. The virus known as the Jackson Virus takes over the world, and that is when The Fall begins. Those infected turn into Zombie-vampire monsters and those who survived harboured in Kulin Wallcom.

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Mortal Conspiracy by NOEL SCIDMORE (Book Review #796)

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Mortal Conspiracy is a crime mystery novel written about Dr. Brad Pierson investigating the death of Butch Kennedy. Butch passes away after he has a second heart attack, and Dr. Pierson is the one who does his autopsy. The 29-year-old pathologist happens to come across the report he wrote a few weeks later only to notice changes in it, raising questions for me. The integument causes him to dig further and discover a conspiracy that leads to much-anticipated drama and suspense.

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Quote of the day – Elon Musk

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14 Steps to Happiness: A Program for Overcoming Depression by Kristian Hall (Book Review #753)

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14 steps to happiness is a self-help book geared for people with depression. It is mostly science-based and provides a comprehensive program to overcome this feeling of hopelessness. The author uses his own experience and his success in battling the illness after a very long time.

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Quote of the day – Florence Nightingale

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The Magnolia That Bloomed Unseen by Ray Smith (Book Review #752)

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The Magnolia that bloomed unseen is a romance novel written about Molly. She makes a phone call at the age of 103, to RC Smith who is an English teacher and writer, asking him to write her love story.

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The Secret Sign of the Lizard people by Kevin E. Buckley (Book Review #751)

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Rating: 5 out of 5.

The secret sign of the lizard is an eccentric novel about two detectives, Leafy and Beefy, who happen to come upon a homicide with an alien plot. The humorous novel then takes on the journey of how an aspiring model has been murdered.

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Quote of the day – Paul Walker

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