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January 2018

This adventure is better when shared

Howdy, Friends!

It feels like such a long while since I’ve checked in with you lot, the lovely Brewhaha Book Café community. But don’t think I’ve forgotten you!

On the contrary, I’ve been dying to share my latest writing adventures with you. And on that note, I would like to invite you to visit me at my new author page, mezblume.com! You can find out what I’ve been up to in my blog, get the latest scoop on my book releases, and sign up for my VIP Readers’ Club to get my newsletter (with regular freebies;-))

Speaking of freebies, right now I’m giving away my time-travel mystery adventure, Katie Watson and the Painter’s Plotaudiobook. It’s worth $18, but it’s yours to download and listen to today!

In other news, if you’d like to join my Facebook group and keep up at that way, I’ll be sharing news & writing adventures there too! Here’s the latest update…

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I’m so grateful for you Brewhaha bunch. You are where this journey started, and I look forward to our adventures in store together!

Mez

P.S. — Don’t forget to snatch up your FREE AUDIOBOOK while it’s available! Happy Listening!

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Book Review: The Stranger Game by Cylin Busby

Four years ago, Nico’s older sister, Sarah, disappeared without a trace. She was supposed to be meeting her boyfriend in the park but never made it, making Nico the last person to see her sister. After a long investigation and countless false leads, Nico thinks her sister is dead and has given up hope she is every coming back. And a part of Nico is glad to be free of Sarah’s daily cruelties.

Then they get a call. A girl in a children’s shelter claims her name is Sarah Morris. Nico and her parents fly to see her and make a visual identification. Sarah has finally been found. But amnesia coupled with malnutrition and abuse has changed her from the bright, good at everything, casually cruel girl Nico remembers to a kind, gentle girl.

Is this really Sarah? And if she is, what happened to her to change her so much?

This book was very good, a quick fast read. The relationships between all the characters was realistic and intriguing, especially between Nico and Sarah. The author keeps you guessing until the end, but the end was very satisfying!

Genre: Young Adult

Recommended Tea: Chocolate Chai

 

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