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MINI REVIEWS: July & August

Once again, coming in two months late with my mini review post! Anyways, I read a lot in these months and as always did not write full reviews for, um, most of them. Literally only three of the books I read during these months got full reviews. Yikes. Even in this post I am not… Continue reading MINI REVIEWS: July & August

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BOOK REVIEW: A Match Made in Mehendi

A Match Made in Mehendi by Nandini Bajpai Publication Date: September 10th, 2019 So, when I first picked up this book, I thought it was going to be a really young read because the main character is 15, but Simi is actually quite mature and on top of things. Her bubbly optimism comes through on… Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: A Match Made in Mehendi

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BOOK TAG: Taylor Swift’s Lover Book Tag

Thanks so much to the creator of this tag, Mari @ Musings of the Book Girl, for tagging me! I love Taylor so much & have been loving Lover. Also, fun fact, I was going to post this a few weeks ago, but had technical issues so it wasn't able to go up until now.… Continue reading BOOK TAG: Taylor Swift’s Lover Book Tag

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READING CHALLENGE: Trick-or-Treat-a-thon TBR

So I found out about this readathon from a fellow book blogger, Bookish Tiffany, and I decide to join because I am one of the biggest fans of Halloween Season and I also love reading (especially themed reading). Really, a no-brainer. This the first readathon I have officially been a part of, and it's pretty perfect… Continue reading READING CHALLENGE: Trick-or-Treat-a-thon TBR

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BOOK OF THE MONTH: We’re Trying Something New

So, were doing something a little different this month. Instead of picking one book for both us to read and review together, we are each going to write a mini review for our favorite read of September. We've been playing with this idea for a while because we haven't been happy with how BOTM is… Continue reading BOOK OF THE MONTH: We’re Trying Something New

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TOP TEN TUESDAY: Books On My Fall 2019 TBR

The Top Ten Tuesday tag is hosted by Jana, @ThatArtsyReader, and you can find the upcoming prompts here. Here are a few of the books I hope to squeeze in before 2019 is done. They're mostly library loans and ARCs, but a few are books I'm just excited to finally pick up. 1. Legendary (and… Continue reading TOP TEN TUESDAY: Books On My Fall 2019 TBR

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BOOK TAG: The Productivity Book Tag

We were tagged by Rebecca @ Bookishly Rebecca! Check out her post here! RULES: Answer the prompts Tag some friends Link back to this post, and be sure to mention the creator (Sam @ Fictionally Sam) Have fun! Planning: A book that is completely thought out Bree: I never really think this about books, but… Continue reading BOOK TAG: The Productivity Book Tag

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PROMO: Six Goodbyes We Never Said (+ excerpt)

Six Goodbyes We never Said by Candace Ganger; on sale September 24, 2019   Two teens meet after tragedy and learn about love, loss, and letting go. Naima Rodriguez doesn’t want your patronizing sympathy as she grieves her father, her hero—a fallen Marine. She’ll hate you forever if you ask her to open up and… Continue reading PROMO: Six Goodbyes We Never Said (+ excerpt)

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BOOK REVIEW: Bringing Down the Duke

Bringing Down the Duke by Evie Dunmore Publication Date: September 3rd, 2019 I was skeptical to pick this one up. Despite that fact that I have read a ton of romance this year, I tend to stick to contemporary romance and struggle with historical romance. I have tried a few historical romances and I just… Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: Bringing Down the Duke

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BOOK REVIEW: A Crash of Fate

A Crash of Fate by Zoraida Córdova Publication Date: August 6th, 2019 So, I never really planned to pick this book up, but I was looking for something to listen to with my boyfriend (who is a huge Star Wars [& expanded fiction] fan), so this book seemed like the perfect middle ground. Anyways I’m… Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: A Crash of Fate