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READING CHALLENGE: Taylor Swift Readathon – Wrap Up

This has been a month of TAYLOR SWIFT which is my favorite type of month. November? More like November (Taylor's Version).  This is my wrap up for the Taylor Swift Readathn Mariareadsbooksalot (on Instagram) hosted. See my TBR for this readathon here!  I DID NOT stick to my TBR (is anyone surprised bc I sure am not).… Continue reading READING CHALLENGE: Taylor Swift Readathon – Wrap Up

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MINI REVIEWS: Kindle Unlimited Reviews [part 5]

Even more Kindle Unlimited reviews for y'all. My trial ended so another installment won't be happening for awhile. Anyways, if you want to read my other KU reviews you can see them here: part one, part two, & part three, & part four. We got a lot of sports romances in this one, a reread… Continue reading MINI REVIEWS: Kindle Unlimited Reviews [part 5]

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BOOK REVIEW: Love at First

Love at First by Kate Clayborn Publication Date: February 23, 2021 TW: death of family members (pre novel), grief, traumatic childhood I read Love Lettering by Kate Clayborn at the end of January and loved it. I read it in one sitting and had so much fun with it. I also listen to the romance novel podcast, Fated Mated,… Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: Love at First

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BLOG TOUR: Honey Girl [Excerpt]

Honey Girl by Morgan Rogers Publication Date: February 23rd, 2021 Synopsis: HONEY GIRL (Park Row Books; February 23, 2021; $17.99) by Morgan Rogers is a stunning #ownvoices debut, a charming, lyrical, and introspective romantic coming-of-age story about Grace Porter – millennial, Black woman, astronomy Ph.D. – who wakes up after a wild night in Vegas… Continue reading BLOG TOUR: Honey Girl [Excerpt]

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ROMANCE WEEK: Ever After Always Review

Ever After Always (Bergman Brothers #3) Publication Date: January 12, 2020 The Bergman Brothers Series is so good! I did a mini review for book one here and never got around to reviewing book two, even though I think it is my fave (so far) of the series. I highly recommend this series if you… Continue reading ROMANCE WEEK: Ever After Always Review

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ROMANCE WEEK: You Have a Match Review

You Have a Match by Emma Lord Publication Date: January 12th, 2021 I know this review is going up during Romance Week, and You Have a Match is really more of a contemporary, than romance. But it's a semi-recent release, so we're just going with it. Also, I was planning to review Get a Life, Chloe… Continue reading ROMANCE WEEK: You Have a Match Review

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MINI REVIEWS: Books I Reviewed on Instagram But Not On the Blog – YA Books Edition

Are these Mini Review titles getting out of hand yet? I started posting more extensive book reviews on Bookstagram this year. This is in part me trying to reinvent my Bookstagram content since I've been on the platform forever, but also I got rid of monthly mini reviews on the blog and sometimes just want… Continue reading MINI REVIEWS: Books I Reviewed on Instagram But Not On the Blog – YA Books Edition


BOOK REVIEW: This Is All Your Fault

This Is All Your Fault by Aminah Mae SafiPublication Date: October 13, 2020 (Tuesday!!) Aminah Mae Safi is an author that we have followed for quite some time. We met her at Yallwest in 2018 (?) prior to the release of her debut, Not the Girls You're Looking For and both adored her sophomore novel… Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: This Is All Your Fault

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This tag is based off of the book Today Tonight Tomorrow by Rachel Lynn Solomon which I adored! Read my review here. HOWL is a game that the characters play their last day/night before graduating high school. It's a mix between assassin and a scavenger hunt! So when I saw this tag on Meghan's Whimsical Explorations &… Continue reading BOOKTAG: The HOWL Book Tag

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BLOG TOUR: More Than Maybe [Review + Excerpt]

More Than Maybe by Erin Hahn Publication Date: July 21st, 2020 Synopsis: Growing up under his punk rocker dad’s spotlight, eighteen-year-old Luke Greenly knows fame and wants nothing to do with it. His real love isn’t in front of a crowd, it’s on the page. Hiding his gift and secretly hoarding songs in his bedroom… Continue reading BLOG TOUR: More Than Maybe [Review + Excerpt]