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BOOK REVIEW: A Match Made in Mehendi

A Match Made in Mehendi by Nandini Bajpai Publication Date: September 10th, 2019 So, when I first picked up this book, I thought it was going to be a really young read because the main character is 15, but Simi is actually quite mature and on top of things. Her bubbly optimism comes through on… Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: A Match Made in Mehendi

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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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WRAP UP: Arc August Reading Challenge

If you don’t know what arc august is, head over HERE, to my initial post to find out more about this reading challenge. So, I wanted to make this post to measure how well I stuck to my TBR (because I’m a huge mood reader) and book goal for this month. So, here’s my initial… Continue reading WRAP UP: Arc August Reading Challenge

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READING CHALLENGE: Arc August

So, if you don’t know, Arc August is a reading challenge created and run by Octavia and Shelly over at Eat.Read.Repeat., and I found out about it from Ashleigh over at For the Love of Books. The point of this challenge is to help book bloggers (like myself) to catch up on their grotesquely large… Continue reading READING CHALLENGE: Arc August

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BOOK REVIEW: The Storm Crow

The Storm Crow by Kalyn Josephson Publication Date: July 9th, 2019 TW: depression, self-harm, abuse (mental & physical) I initially requested this book because I saw the author talking about it on Twitter and got hyped for it. Once I was approved though, it took me a minute to pick it up because that’s how… Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: The Storm Crow

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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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PROMO: Waiting for Tom Hanks Review (+ excerpt)

Waiting For Tom Hanks by Kerry Winfrey (Not related to Oprah) Publication Date: June 11, 2019 I was lucky enough to receive an eARC of this title from NetGalley and the publisher reached out and asked if I wanted to share an excerpt with all of you. I said yes of course! I reviewed this… Continue reading PROMO: Waiting for Tom Hanks Review (+ excerpt)

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BOOK REVIEW: Red, White, & Royal Blue

Red, White, & Royal Blue by Casey McQuiston *BEWARE: This review is pretty much just me flailing around and gushing about how much I love Red, White, & Royal Blue* Okay, so I hadn’t actually heard of this book until like, early April. Basically, I stumbled upon WhittyNovels crying over it on Twitter and immediately… Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: Red, White, & Royal Blue

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BOOK REVIEW: The Unhoneymooners

The Unhoneymooners by Christina Lauren Publication Date: May 14, 2019 *shoutout to my Dad for letting me use his Maui photos for this post* Christina Lauren books are sort of a hit or miss with me. I LOVE some of their books and some are just okay. I do think they are romance novel queens… Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: The Unhoneymooners

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BOOK REVIEW: Again, but Better

Again, but Better by Christine Riccio Publication date: May 7, 2019 *Thanks to Bree for providing me with London pictures* Just to preface this review I have been following Christine’s Youtube channel since 2013  or 2014. I am a big fan of hers and am very proud of her for writing this novel. You should… Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: Again, but Better