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BOOK TAG: WWW Wednesday

Since this blog is participating in ARC August (see our TBR post here), I thought this would be a good way to update my progress on which books I've been working on. Also, I feel like I might be heading out of my book slump and I'm excited to have books to talk about again!!… Continue reading BOOK TAG: WWW Wednesday

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READING CHALLENGE: ARC August TBRs

Hello we suck at TBRs, but WE ARE TRYING OKAY. Bree participated in this challenge last year (see her post here) and we tried to read ARCs in April (see our wrap up here). But since we always have too many ARCs to handle, we figured we would give it another go for ARC August… Continue reading READING CHALLENGE: ARC August TBRs

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MINI REVIEWS: Romance Mini Reviews

So I've been reading a lot of romance (what else in new lol) and thought I would do some mini reviews for the books that I enjoyed, but did not want to write a full reviews for. It Happened One Autumn (Wallflowers book #2) by Lisa Kleypas  I read this as the first book in a historical… Continue reading MINI REVIEWS: Romance Mini Reviews

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READING CHALLENGE: ARC April – Wrap Up

HAHAHA So as predicted, neither of us did an amazing job sticking to our TBRs! But it's all about the effort anyways, right?? So, it's been a busy month for both of us, and we each did decently for what we had going on this month. So, without further stalling, our recaps! Bree: Girl Gone… Continue reading READING CHALLENGE: ARC April – Wrap Up

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READING CHALLENGE: ARC April – Check In

Two weeks into our ARC April reading challenge and we are as predicted, NOT STICKING TO OUR TBRs. We thought we would give an update because you need that kind of thing when you have unreliable reading habits. Bree: Girl Gone Viral by Alisha Rai Late to the Party by Kelly Quindlen This Is All… Continue reading READING CHALLENGE: ARC April – Check In

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BOOK HAUL: February & March Acquisitions

In 2020 I decided to keep track of where I acquired books from. Partly because I was curious and partly because I'm trying to be more mindful about book buying. I did a haul post in January because I got a lot of books in January (yay for birthdays), but February & March were a… Continue reading BOOK HAUL: February & March Acquisitions

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READING CHALLENGE: ARC April

So, this isn't actually a thing (not like ARC August is, at least) but we wanted to challenge (*cough* motivate) ourselves since we always feel like we're behind on our ARC piles. Thus, we have decided to write TBRs for the ARCs we'd both like to finish this month! We are both terrible at sticking… Continue reading READING CHALLENGE: ARC April

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READING CHALLENGE: I read 8 books in a week (not by choice)

BACKSTORY: So, I got super sick on President’s Day weekend and stayed in bed all weekend. Thankfully I had Monday off and could continue to recover. But, since I did literally NO HOMEWORK during the weekend, I had to look at my assignments on Monday. I then looked at the assignment I had due for… Continue reading READING CHALLENGE: I read 8 books in a week (not by choice)

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READING CHALLENGE: I read seven books in seven days

 An alternative title: I read seven books in seven days and regretted it. As someone who has being doing Goodreads reading challenges since 2013 you would think that I cared a lot about the number of books that I read. But, I really don't. I set a goal that I think I can "easily" meet… Continue reading READING CHALLENGE: I read seven books in seven days

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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