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TOP TEN TUESDAY: Favorite Books of 2020

At the end of each month we talk about our favorite reads, so it is only fitting that at the end of the year, we should talk about our favorite reads from 2020! Also, we each picked 10 books; so buckle up for a decently long post.  The Top Ten Tuesday tag is hosted by… Continue reading TOP TEN TUESDAY: Favorite Books of 2020

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BLOGTOBER DAY SIX: The Pumpkin Spice Latte Book Tag

We found this tag on Book Cheshire Cat, but it was originally created by The Book Pusher over on booktube, and you can find her video here. Pumpkin Spice Latte: a book everyone likes to hate on but is delicious Bree: I feel like I see people hate on The Selection because it's basically dystopian Bachelor,… Continue reading BLOGTOBER DAY SIX: The Pumpkin Spice Latte Book Tag

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ROMANCE WEEK: Valentine’s Day Book Tag

Tree and I did a Valentine's Day book tag for Romance Week last year, but I stumbled upon a this different version on Kristin Kraves Books. Book tags are always fun so I thought that I would do this one too! Since this is a Valentine's Day tag, I did try to keep my answers… Continue reading ROMANCE WEEK: Valentine’s Day Book Tag

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BOOK OF THE MONTH: We’re Trying Something New

So, were doing something a little different this month. Instead of picking one book for both us to read and review together, we are each going to write a mini review for our favorite read of September. We've been playing with this idea for a while because we haven't been happy with how BOTM is… Continue reading BOOK OF THE MONTH: We’re Trying Something New

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BOOK REVIEW: Well Met

Well Met by Jen DeLuca Publication Date:  September 3rd, 2019 Have you ever latched onto a specific book and become convinced you’ll love it by some completely arbitrary thing? That was me with this book. First of all, I have no idea how/when I heard of this book, but the second I did I was… Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: Well Met

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GUIDE TO: Pride & Prejudice Retellings [with guest Kaeley!!]

First of all, Kaeley is the first guest blogger we have featured on Words About Words!! I (Tree) "met" Kaeley when she hosted a watch session on Twitter of the 2005 Pride & Prejudice movie! It was a great time and we have been casual internet friends since! Check out her blog: https://kliscruggs.wordpress.com Second, Kaeley… Continue reading GUIDE TO: Pride & Prejudice Retellings [with guest Kaeley!!]

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BOOK TAG: The Pancake Book Tag

This tag is originally from Blogs of a Bookaholic, but I found it on Paperfury's blog, and couldn't wait to do it myself! I mean, who isn’t a fan of pancakes and cute foodie book tags? The Rules: Link back to the original creator in your post (Blogs of a Bookaholic) Feel free to use… Continue reading BOOK TAG: The Pancake Book Tag

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TOP TEN TUESDAY: Favorite Books Released In the Last Ten Years

The Top Ten Tuesday tag is hosted by Jana, @ThatArtsyReader, and you can find the upcoming prompts here. Favorite Books Released In the Last Ten Years (one book for each year) 2009: August 4th, Dark Secrets 1: Legacy of Lies and Don't Tell by Elizabeth Chandler Two girls haunted by the past...and destined to relive… Continue reading TOP TEN TUESDAY: Favorite Books Released In the Last Ten Years

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ROMANCE WEEK: Our Favorite Romance Novels (Book Recommendations)

In the past year or so we have started reading more romance novels. We also tend to agree on which are our faves. Not only are the following exceptional romance novels, but they are also really good books too. If you are interested in starting to read more romance we would highly recommend checking out… Continue reading ROMANCE WEEK: Our Favorite Romance Novels (Book Recommendations)

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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