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BOOKTAG: The Mid-Year Book Freak Out Tag 2020

I've seen variations of this tag all over the Book internet community, but when I saw this post on My Bookish Banter I figured I would give it a try! How much have you read? I've read 97 books out of my goal of 100. What have you been reading? I've been reading tonssss of… Continue reading BOOKTAG: The Mid-Year Book Freak Out Tag 2020

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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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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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MISC: 2019 Reading Stats

For some reason in 2019 I decided to make a reading spreadsheet. TBH I have no idea why, I always like the stats that Goodreads gives you and I guess I thought I needed more? For our top reads and our surprising reads of 2019 check out these posts: BLOGMAS DAY TWELVE: Our Top __… Continue reading MISC: 2019 Reading Stats

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MINI REVIEWS: September & October

Completely forgot that I had not posted this set of mini reviews. In my defense November was crazy so I guess I'm not that surprised that I forgot. Plus, it is sort of my MO to post these months after. Maybe a goal of 2020 should be to post them in a semi timely fashion...… Continue reading MINI REVIEWS: September & October

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BLOGTOBER DAY SIX: The Halloween Book Tag

We found this tag on Sofi's blog, A Book. A Thought, but it originally came from Book Adventures, which seems to have been deleted. Favorite scary, must-read for Halloween? Bree: Um, I'm not really a fan of scary reads, but I recently reread I Hunt Killers by Barry Lyga, but that's YA. Tree: I would recommend Ruth… Continue reading BLOGTOBER DAY SIX: The Halloween Book Tag

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BLOGTOBER DAY THREE: The Autumn Book Tag

We found this tag on Raven's blog, Dreamy Addictions, but it originally came from seelieknight and you can find it here. 1. Best autumnal themed book cover? Bree: Definitely, Circe by Madeline Miller. The dust jacket and the undercover are both covered in bronze foil detail. The UK edition is especially beautiful with its floral… Continue reading BLOGTOBER DAY THREE: The Autumn Book Tag

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SUMMER SPRINT: 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 SUMMER SPRINT: Guide To [Audiobooks]

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SUMMER SPRINT: 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 SUMMER SPRINT: 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