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GUIDE TO: Audiobooks

Bree's Audiobbook Testimonial (lol): Okay, so it took me a really long time to give audiobooks a try. I was honestly kind of stuck up about reading physical books, but last August I got an Audible subscription (and then later switched it for a Scribd subscription) and got hooked on audiobooks. Since I'm a huge… Continue reading GUIDE TO: Audiobooks

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ABOUT US: Books We Want to Reread*

*But We Don't Have Time For. In a world filled with ARCs and New Releases, it's very hard to find time for reread to Old Favorites. These are just a few (HAHA) of the ones we wish we could pick up again (soon). BREE: So there are two distinct categories of books in my list… Continue reading ABOUT US: Books We Want to Reread*

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BOOK REVIEW: The Flatshare

The Flatshare by Beth O’Leary review Published: April 18, 2019 To be honest I only picked this up because of bookstagram. The premise is basically two roommates who share a flat (and a bed), never see each other, and communicate solely through notes they leave around the house. It sounded weird and like it would… Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: The Flatshare

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BOOK REVIEW: The Friend Zone

The Friend Zone Review by Abby Jimenez Publication Date: June 11, 2019 This is not going to be a typical review in our typical Words About Words format. I did not have that many points and instead wanted to have more of a discussion on a few topics. CW: infertility, character death I went into… Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: The Friend Zone

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BOOK TAG: The Coffee Book Tag

I'm sure you saw Tree do this tag a couple months ago, but since I'm a coffee lover as well, I had to try my own hand at it. We found this tag on The Boston Book Reader, but don't know where it is originally from. (Let us know so we can give credit!) As… Continue reading BOOK TAG: The Coffee Book Tag

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ROMANCE WEEK: Our 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 ROMANCE WEEK: Our Top Five Book Boyfriends

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BOOK TAG: The Coffee Book Tag

I wasn't tagged for this, but while scrolling through the reader I came upon The Boston Book Reader's page and thought I would give it a go. For the past almost three years I have become such a coffee fan. I have even had a student roast me for my coffee love. My go to drink is… Continue reading BOOK TAG: The Coffee Book Tag

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BOOK OF THE MONTH REVIEW: Kiss Me in New York

December 2018 Book of the Month: Kiss Me in New York by Catherine Rider Published: October 3rd, 2017 Episode Three: Kiss Me in New York [WORDS ABOUT WORDS THEME] ANNOUNCER: This review is brought to you by Words About Words. BREE: Thank you for tuning in! Today we will be discussing our December pick, Kiss Me… Continue reading BOOK OF THE MONTH REVIEW: Kiss Me in New York

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BLOGMAS DAY ELEVEN: A-Z Book Title Challenge

So some time ago, there was a template floating around bookstagram where one would try to see how how many letters of the alphabet you could fill; based on the titles of books you read that year. Based on this Goodreads post, I learned it is called the A-Z Title Challenge, but who knows if… Continue reading BLOGMAS DAY ELEVEN: A-Z Book Title Challenge

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BOOK OF THE MONTH REVIEW: The Cheerleaders

October 2018 Book of the Month: The Cheerleaders by Kara Thomas Published: July 31, 2018 Episode Two: The Cheerleaders [WORDS ABOUT WORDS THEME] ANNOUNCER: This review is brought to you by Words About Words. We would like to thank the Get Underlined booth for providing us with Advanced Readers Copies at Yallwest. BREE: Thank you… Continue reading BOOK OF THE MONTH REVIEW: The Cheerleaders