L.J. Epps

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L.J. Epps is a lover of all things related to books: fiction and nonfiction novels, as well as biographies and autobiographies. She has also been known to sit and read comic books from cover to cover, several times over.

Over the last few years, L.J. has written several manuscripts; her mission is to publish all of them. She enjoys writing fiction in several genres, including contemporary romance and women’s fiction, as well as young adult dystopian, science fiction and fantasy. She loves to write because it immerses her into another world that is not her own.


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A Million Little Things by Susan Mallery. My Review.

A Million Little Things by Susan Mallery

My rating:  5 of 5 stars

I’ve read several Susan Mallery novels but I have to say this one may be my favorite.

I immediately liked the characters and cared about their lives and what happened to them. I liked Pam and her relationship with her son and daughter. I also liked Zoe and her relationship with her father. It took a little time for me to get into Jen’s Read more of this blog post »
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"Jessa had recently split from ex-boyfriend Caleb when his car careened through the barriers of a nearby bridge and sent him hurtling into the raging river waters below. She feels wracked by grief and guilt and so when his mother asks her to clear out" Read more of this review »
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I immediately liked the characters and cared about their lives and what happened to them. I liked Pam and her relationship with her son and daughter. I also liked Zo
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Extinction of All Children by L.J. Epps
"This book was fantastic to read. Its a YA dystopian read but with a different twist compared to Hunger Games and Divergent. It focuses more on the children that shouldn't be born and are forbidden according to the authors written world. It grasps the" Read more of this review »
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"Inbetween life and death lies the Midnight Library. Maybe it is a coffee shop, or a video game store, or an arcade for you, but for Nora Seed it is a library. Her library is made of endless shelves featuring endless tomes that each feature a version " Read more of this review »
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