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ROMANCE WEEK: Hate-to-Love Romance Rec Quiz

Okay, this is very much modeled after all the magazine quizzes I took as a child. I thought it would be fun to dissect a few of my favorite hate-to-love romances, and construct a recommendations quiz for y'all, in honor of Valentine's Day. So, Take this Quiz if you'd like to find out which hate-to-love… Continue reading ROMANCE WEEK: Hate-to-Love Romance Rec Quiz

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ROMANCE WEEK: Romance Recommendations II

It's no secret that we read our fair share of romance novels. Apparently, we've read (and loved) so many that we have enough for a second romance rec post! If you'd like to check out last year's recommendation post you can do that here. Red,White, Royal Blue by Casey McQuiston (review) What else can be… Continue reading ROMANCE WEEK: Romance Recommendations II

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ROMANCE WEEK: Books with Good Romances*

*that are not strictly romance novels. We love a good romantic subplot, so here are some of our favorite Non-romance book romances! Six of Crows Series by Leigh Bardugo Tree is a die hard Kanej shipper and it not emotionally prepared for their scenes in the book. But, the other couples in this book are… Continue reading ROMANCE WEEK: Books with Good Romances*

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ROMANCE WEEK: Girl Gone Viral Review

Girl Gone Viral by Alisha Rai (Book Two in the Modern Love series) Publication Date: April 21, 2020 TW: Panic Attacks, Panic disorder, discussions of past abuse, & PTSD, I was not the biggest fan of The Right Swipe I gave it 3.5 out of 5 stars. To be fair I did read it while… Continue reading ROMANCE WEEK: Girl Gone Viral Review

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ROMANCE WEEK: Couple Rip It or Ship It

Honestly, we have manipulated/altered the original Rip It or Ship It tag so many times. We just have so much fun coming with new twists and versions. So, this time instead of deciding if we ship a couple together, we're deciding if an established book couple would go on a randomly chosen date activity and… Continue reading ROMANCE WEEK: Couple Rip It or Ship It

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BOOK TAG: Bookshelf Scavenger Hunt

I happened upon this tag a while ago and it looked like such a fun challenge, that I absolutely had to try my own hand at it. I don't know who the original poster is, but I found it on Ally Writes Things. [Side Note: Weirdly enough, a lot of these titles I didn't even… Continue reading BOOK TAG: Bookshelf Scavenger Hunt

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BOOK REVIEW: Every Other Weekend

Every Other Weekend by Abigail Johnson Publication Date: January 7th, 2020 TW: past sibling death, emotional manipulation & abuse, sexual assault When I picked this book up, I was in a weird reading mood. I had been hopping around books until I finally forced myself to stick with this one. It ended up being a… Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: Every Other Weekend

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MISC: 20 Books we Want to Read in 2020

We have seen variations of ideas like this around from reading 20 new books to 20 books on your physical TBR to 20 backlist books. We sort of combined them all and just listed 20 books that we want to read this year (10 each). We're both terrible at making TBRs so who knows if… Continue reading MISC: 20 Books we Want to Read in 2020

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BOOK TAG: The Book Snob Tag

I have not done a tag in a hot second so when I saw this post on Tea and Turned Pages blog I figured I would give it a go! I was not tagged and didn't tag anyone, but if you want to do it you should! Also, I don't consider myself a book snob,… Continue reading BOOK TAG: The Book Snob Tag

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BOOK TAG: WWW Wednesday

January has been quite the busy month for me and I thought I would just do a quick update on my recent reading! I'm currently 4 books ahead of schedule on my 2020 Goodreads reading goal and I'm hoping to build enough of a buffer to help cushion me later on in case I flail… Continue reading BOOK TAG: WWW Wednesday