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Reading books is a great way to relax and wind down in the evenings.  In fact I usually spend about 30 minutes to an hour each night reading books before drifting off to sleep.  I love connecting with the characters in the book.  As a reader, I am usually a sucker for a book that has an interesting cover photo.  I realize that most people often tell you not to judge a book by its cover and since I started reading about a year ago, I have tried not to pick a book solely on it’s cover.  Instead, when I am browsing for a new book to read I often look for good book reviews.  I was given an opportunity to review “Wicked Hunger” by DelSheree Gladden.

Continue Reading about Wicked Hunger by DelSheree Gladden at Uplifting Families.

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