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Welcome to “The Book Reviewer Is IN”. 

The Book Reviewer is IN - Book Meme / Feature
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So what is this feature? Basically, I wanted to feature or showcase books / eBooks / novels that I have ACCEPTED for review, and the ones that I have lined-up to read from my TBR pile (purchased from bookstore, Amazon, etc). And I wanted to create my own, so here it is. This is somehow inspired by Books, Biscuits, and Tea’s “Showcase Sunday”. The owner of the blog is Vicky, and she’s really nice.

This book meme / feature can be weekly, monthly or everyday (if you want). Anyone can participate. Want to join? Visit The Book Reviewer is IN page to know more. Remember, if you have posted your own "The Book Reviewer is IN" feature / meme, make sure that you submit your link below. It will be fun! 

Here are the books that I am really looking forward to reading.

Accepted Books / eBooks for Review:

The Persecution of Mildred Dunlap by Paulette Mahurin

The Persecution of Mildred Dunlap by Paulette Mahurin kindle edition
A women's Brokeback Mountain. The year was filled with memorable historical events: the Dreyfus Affair divided France; Booker T. Washington gave his Atlanta address; the United States expanded the effects of the Monroe Doctrine in South America; and Oscar Wilde was tried and convicted for gross indecency under Britain's recently passed law that made sex between males a criminal offense. When news of Wilde's conviction went out over telegraphs worldwide, it threw a small Nevada town into chaos. This is the story of what happened when the lives of its citizens were impacted the Wilde news. It is a chronicle of hatred and prejudice with all its unintended and devastating consequences, and how love and friendship bring strength and healing.

The Deliverers: Sharky and the Jewel by Gregory S. Slomba (Fantasy)

The Deliverers: Sharky and the Jewel by Gregory S. Slomba kindle edition

Twelve year old Eric Scott is called by Stig, a talking owl, to journey to another world to save a fishing village from a band of bloodthirsty pirates. Once there, Eric discovers that delivering the town is but one of the problems he'll have to solve.

Can a 12 year old boy, a talking owl, a headstrong girl and an outcast dwarf save a village, much less an entire world? Find out as they set out on the journey of a lifetime to defeat an immortal pirate, face their fears, and fulfill an ancient prophecy.

In Need of Therapy by Tracie Banister (Chick Lit)

In Need of Therapy by Tracie Banister kindle edition

Lending a sympathetic ear and dispensing sage words of advice is all part of the job for psychologist Pilar Alvarez, and she’s everything a good therapist should be: warm, compassionate, supportive. She listens, she cares, and she has all the answers, but how’s the woman everyone turns to in their hour of need supposed to cope when her own life starts to fall apart?

While working hard to make a success of her recently-opened practice in trendy South Beach, Pilar must also find time to cater to the demands of her boisterous Cuban family, which includes younger sister Izzy, an unemployed, navel-pierced wild child who can't stay out of trouble, and their mother, a beauty queen turned drama queen who’s equally obsessed with her fading looks and getting Pilar married before it’s “too late.” Although she’d like to oblige her mother and make a permanent love connection, Pilar’s romantic prospects look grim. Her cheating ex, who swears that he’s reformed, is stalking her. A hunky, but strictly off-limits, patient with bad-boy appeal and intimacy issues is making passes. And the sexy shrink in the suite across the hall has a gold band on his left ring finger.

When a series of personal and professional disasters lead Pilar into the arms of one of her unsuitable suitors, she's left shaken, confused, and full of self-doubt. With time running out, she must make sense of her feelings and learn to trust herself again so that she can save her business, her family, and most importantly, her heart.
From my TBR pile:

Dead Run by Erica Spindler

The Book Reviewer is IN: Dead Run by Erica Spindler

"I'm in trouble, Liz. I've uncovered something.…They're watching.…"

That panicked message on her answering machine is the last time Liz Ames hears from her sister Rachel, pastor of Paradise Christian Church in Key West, Florida.

Compelled to uncover the truth about her sister's disappearance, she heads to Key West. Within hours of her arrival a successful banker jumps to his death. Then a teenage girl whom Rachel was counseling is found brutally murdered. The ritualistic style of the killing is hauntingly similar to that used by the notorious "New Testament" serial killer—now on death row.

Could the teen's murder be related to Rachel's disappearance? Is a copycat killer at work? And why do the police refuse to help?

For answers, Liz turns to Rick Wells, a former Miami cop who worked the fringes of the "New Testament" investigation. Together they peel away layers of deception to reveal a terrifying adversary—and the unspeakable evil at the heart of this island paradise.
Dead Run Paperback
Dead Run Kindle edition

How about you? Do you like this list? What's on your list? Let me know. 

Ara of My Book and My Coffee

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18 Dazzling Comments

  1. I love finding new book to read, your blog looks great! New follower from blogaholic, I look forward to your future reviews!

    1. Hi there! Thank you for the follow ;) Followed back. Your site is AMAZING :D

  2. I like the look of "In Need Of Therapy!..the cover is inviting! :) Glad to meet another fellow caffeine addict and book lover!

    1. Hi Alisa ;) Thank you for stopping by. Love your blog, by the way. The idea is very unique :D

    2. I love your website design! Very cool! I love anything that refers to Coffee being an addict myself!

    3. Aww. Thanks! Same here.. A coffee addict. Nice to know I'm not alone :D LOL ..

      *Coffee clink*

  3. Hi Ara! I've just nominated your for the Versatile Blogger Award, visit for more details. See you! :)

    This is a really lovely meme, and I'd love to participate! Only that I've currently trying to finish-TBR-before-getting-more-books so... I don't have much to update :(


    1. Aww. Hello there! That's so sweet of you. Thank you ;)

      I'm glad you liked the idea of the meme. This feature's aim is to showcase books that you have accepted for review, the ones you have lined up to read from your TBR pile, or if there are any books that were recently added to your TBR pile. Please join when you can ;)

      Thanks so much. Going to your site now. ;) So excited :D

  4. Hey hope your week is going well.. I nominated you for the VB award…if you have already received it then I nominate you again?
    LOL Passing on the appreciation

    1. Hi Alisa! Oh, my week has been ... crazy! :D Haha. Oh, thanks so much for the nomination. LOL, yes, I did receive some before but I really appreciate every nomination. I will publish my VB award post this week. Thanks so much for thinking of me and my blog.

  5. The Deliverer's sounds like a lot of fun Ira! Hope you enjoy it along with your other books.

    1. Hi there! Yes, it looks really interesting :D I'm really looking forward to reading all of them :D

  6. Great TBR list! I'll be looking forward to your review of The Persecution of Mildred Dunlap -- it sounds like an interesting read.

    I'm a new follower -- I found your blog via bookblogs. Mine is

    1. Hi Nickie ;) Thank you. I'm really curious about that one as well.

      Wow, thank you for following :D That's very nice of you. Thanks for visiting. Going to your website now! :D

  7. I'm currently reading Fury's Fire by Lisa Papademetriou, and that seems like a pretty good read :) Great TBR list!

    Following you now thanks to bookblogs (just like Nikie! haha) and my blog is:

    1. Hello there! ;) Wow, I'll be sure to check your review for that ;) Thanks

      Oh, and thanks for the follow ;) Followed back :D

  8. The first book looks real interesting. Have you read it yet? How was it? I may pick it up!

    -Sharmin @ a battalion of words

    1. Hi Sharmin. Yes, it looks really interesting ;) I haven't read it yet. Still has to finish two books before reading that. Can't wait!

      I'm reading Michal's Window at the moment. Just starting to as I had to finish some work last week and early this week. But I'll catch up on my reading this week for sure ;)


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