Book Review: Escaping from Houdini by Kerri Maniscalco

So, I’ve been on this book for a while due to my busy schedule and the want to finish the audiobook version since I’d started it with that; however, I finally broke down because I just wanted to finish it so I could move onto the next book. I’m so glad I finally did, and I’m even more excited to share with you my review of the novel.

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Throwback Thursday: Confessions of A Murder Suspect by James Patterson & Maxine Paetro

Hello, hello, hello, and welcome back for another Throwback Thursday. These are becoming routine now; I hope you all enjoy reading them as much as I enjoy diving back into their worlds and story line. I’m particularly excited for this one as I’ve yet to have an unpleasant experience with James Patterson’s novels; however, Patterson isn’t the only one who brought us the thrilling and gear-turning world of Tandy Angel, we also have Maxine Paetro to thank too.

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Audiobooks vs Physical & Digital Copies

I’ve always been a person who never saw themselves getting behind the whole audiobook movement; rather, I never had the patience to sit and listen to an audiobook without my mind wandering elsewhere. I’d tried it once before, in middle school where you could borrow the audio versions of certain books and listen to them, but I always had to rewind and rewind and rewind until I just got sick of it. I returned the audio version and vowed that they just weren’t for me. Then, I found myself with an hour-long ride to university while studying in Japan, and listening to music and podcasts got boring day after day. I broke down and signed up for a free Audible trial and downloaded Stalking Jack the Ripper by Kerri Maniscalco.

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