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WEEKLY TAG: WWW Wednesday

I've been reading such a weird skew of genres lately, I thought I would do a WWW Wednesday to talk about all the different books I've been picking up. This tag hosted on Taking on a World of Words, and it's super easy to do. Just answer the three W's. The Three W's are:What are… Continue reading WEEKLY TAG: WWW Wednesday

Audiobook, Bree

BOOK REVIEW: Eva Evergreen, Semi-Magical Witch

Eva Evergreen, Semi-Magical Witch by Julie Abe Publication Date: August 4th, 2020 Calling all fans of Kiki's Delivery Service! Do I have a book for you! Eva Evergreen, Semi-Magical Witch by Julie Abe is the perfect coming-of-age magical witch story. A young witch striking out on her own to prove herself in her craft. I… Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: Eva Evergreen, Semi-Magical Witch

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BLOG TOUR: Honey Girl [Excerpt]

Honey Girl by Morgan Rogers Publication Date: February 23rd, 2021 Synopsis: HONEY GIRL (Park Row Books; February 23, 2021; $17.99) by Morgan Rogers is a stunning #ownvoices debut, a charming, lyrical, and introspective romantic coming-of-age story about Grace Porter – millennial, Black woman, astronomy Ph.D. – who wakes up after a wild night in Vegas… Continue reading BLOG TOUR: Honey Girl [Excerpt]

ARCs, Bree, Romance Week, Themed Posts

ROMANCE WEEK: You Have a Match Review

You Have a Match by Emma Lord Publication Date: January 12th, 2021 I know this review is going up during Romance Week, and You Have a Match is really more of a contemporary, than romance. But it's a semi-recent release, so we're just going with it. Also, I was planning to review Get a Life, Chloe… Continue reading ROMANCE WEEK: You Have a Match Review

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WEEKLY TAG: WWW Wednesday

I feel like I've picked up quite a range of things since the year started, but haven't really talked about any of them much. Therefore a WWW Wednesday is the perfect way to give an update on my recent readings. This tag hosted on Taking on a World of Words, and it's super easy to… Continue reading WEEKLY TAG: WWW Wednesday

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MISC: Bree’s 2020 Reading Stats

I feel like one of my defining personality traits is my drive to ask weird questions and find out unusual tidbits (for later regurgitation). So when I read Tree's 2019 Reading Stats post, I was absolutely enthralled with the idea of analyzing my own reading data. I instantly created an (ever-expanding) excel sheet with all… Continue reading MISC: Bree’s 2020 Reading Stats

Blogmas, Themed Posts

BLOGMAS DAY FIVE: Holiday Movie Reviews

The last time I binged holiday movies for a Blogmas post, Netflix was basically my only (online streaming) source. Two years later it still has quite a cache of holiday movies, but I did mange to sneak a few other platforms' movies on to this year's list as well. Considering my to-watch list started 21… Continue reading BLOGMAS DAY FIVE: Holiday Movie Reviews

Audiobook, Bree, Review

BOOK REVIEW: One by One

One by One by Ruth WarePublication Date: September 8th, 2020 Hello. I am here to talk about another Ruth Ware book, what a surprise. Since she is the only Mystery/Thriller author on my auto-read list, I tend to mention her a lot. But it's for good reason! This was my fourth Ruth Ware book, and… Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: One by One

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BOOK TAG: Cosy Autumn Book Tag

I found this tag over on Elaine Howlin's blog, and I figured I would sneak in one more Fall-themed book tag before we "officially" transition over to winter talk next month. Technically Southern California doesn't experience any real wintery weather until February,  but it's a weird seasonal bubble. Honestly, it's just started to feel like… Continue reading BOOK TAG: Cosy Autumn Book Tag

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BOOK REVIEW: Reverie

Reverie by Ryan La SalaPublication Date: December 3, 2019 I haven't written a review in a while, and that's probably because very few of my recent reads have wholly won me over. Thankfully, Reverie has ended that streak. It does starts off a little bumpy due to the main character, Kane, having amnesia from an… Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: Reverie