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BOOK TAG: The March Madness Booktag [ORIGINAL]

I truly believe there comes a point in every book blogger, booktuber, or book lover’s life where they find the urge to connect their love of books with something that no one else* in the book community cares about and then make a tag about it.  *To be fair I have met one of my… Continue reading BOOK TAG: The March Madness Booktag [ORIGINAL]

All, Miscellaneous, Other Bookishness, Themed Posts

ABOUT US: Top Five Book Boyfriends

Every avid reader knows the pain of falling in love with in an imaginary world, but what about when your book perfectly captures the idea of your ideal guy? So, in tribute to all the perfect literature guys out there, here are each of our top 5 book boyfriends. Disclaimer: We are assuming their ages… Continue reading ABOUT US: Top Five Book Boyfriends

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BOOK REVIEW: Famous in a Small Town

Famous in a Small Town by Emma Mills I have really enjoyed all of Emma Mills’ books. They don’t blow me away, but she writes some fun and cute contemporary novels with characters that feel real. I have rated them all between 3.5 and 4 stars. But, I had some mixed feelings about this one.… Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: Famous in a Small Town

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2019 Bookish Resolutions

Happy 2019!   BREE: When I was little, I always loved the idea of a new year being a new  start. I used to make resolutions until I was blue in the face. At some point, I stopped. I guess, I didn't like the idea of making a promise, or a resolution, I knew I… Continue reading 2019 Bookish Resolutions

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BLOGMAS DAY SIX: Book Outlet Haul

Every reader loves discounted books, I mean who in their right mind wouldn't? But when the discounted books are ON SALE? FOR EVEN LESS?! That my friends, is a glorious day. And every year on that day I go a little crazy and order way too many books (no, really. like 12-15 books every time.… Continue reading BLOGMAS DAY SIX: Book Outlet Haul

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Some Of My Favorite (Lesser Known) Contemporary Novels

Eight Contemporary Novels That Need More Love I love contemporary novels, they make up most of what I’ve read. I read for fun and to destress and these novels (usually) do just that. I realize upon writing this post that most people read contemporary novels in the summer and that posting this in Fall is probably not… Continue reading Some Of My Favorite (Lesser Known) Contemporary Novels

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BOOK SLEEVES: A Review

About a year ago I didn't know what a book sleeve was or that something like that even existed. To me the book sleeve craze seemed to have come out of nowhere. I resisted for a long time (really, I did), but a while ago I finally gave in. I bought a sleeve, from Book… Continue reading BOOK SLEEVES: A Review

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BOOK REVIEW: Mammoth

Mammoth by Jill Baguchinsky Publication date: November 8th, 2018 When I first read the synopsis for this book, I was intrigued. A book about a girl who’s into fashion and science? I’m in. I mean I at least have to see where this is going, right? Well, I ended up really enjoying it and basically… Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: Mammoth

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GUIDE TO: Poetry Recommendations

Over the past year we have read quite a few poetry collections. Here are some of our recommendations based on what mood you are seeking to invoke or what you are feeling right now. Poetry Recommendations: New to poetry: Milk & Honey and The Sun & Her Flowers by Rupi Kaur A collection without romance:… Continue reading GUIDE TO: Poetry Recommendations

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BOOK REVIEW: [Dis]Connected

[Dis]Connected: Poems and Stories of Connection and Otherwise  Publication Date: October 1, 2018 This collection is actually the reason I signed up for NetGalley. I saw one of the authors tweet about it being up on the site, so I joined. Months later, the publisher graciously “granted my wish” of this title. It was a great… Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: [Dis]Connected