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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 REVIEW: Wait For It

WAIT FOR IT BY MARIANA ZAPATA I have been bingeing Mariana Zapta’s books all summer*  so they are starting to blur together (This does not mean I have not been enjoying all of them). However, Wait for It stands apart from the others (in a good way don’t worry). This is not a sports romance,… Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: Wait For It

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2019 Bookish Resolutions

Happy 2019!   BREE: When I was little, I always loved the idea of a new year being a new  start. I used to make resolutions until I was blue in the face. At some point, I stopped. I guess, I didn't like the idea of making a promise, or a resolution, I knew I… Continue reading 2019 Bookish Resolutions

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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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BLOGMAS DAY SEVEN: NetGalley Goals for 2019

In 2018 we discovered NetGalley and went a little crazy. As a result; We have some goals for 2019. BREE: It's easy to say that I got in a little bit over my head this year in regard to NetGalley titles. When I first signed up, I didn’t think I would be approved for any… Continue reading BLOGMAS DAY SEVEN: NetGalley Goals for 2019

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BLOGMAS DAY FOUR: Rip it or Ship it Book Tag

We were not tagged, but this seemed fun so we wanted to take a crack at it! Check out the creator of this tag: EmmmaBooks on YouTube. If you don't know what this tag is, basically a bunch of characters (we did around 30) are put into a box and drawn in pairs. Then we decide if… Continue reading BLOGMAS DAY FOUR: Rip it or Ship it Book Tag

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BLOMGAS DAY THREE: A Very Large Expanse of Sea Review

A Very Large Expanse of Sea by Tahereh Mafi  I did not know what to expect with Tahareh’s first foray into contemporary novels. I’ve read (and enjoyed) the first three books of the Shatter Me series. All I really knew going into AVELOS was; that it was about a Muslim girl experiencing life in a… Continue reading BLOMGAS DAY THREE: A Very Large Expanse of Sea Review

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BOOK OF THE MONTH REVIEW: City of Ghosts

November 2018 Book of the Month: City of Ghosts by Victoria Schwab Published: August 28, 2018 Episode Three: City of Ghosts [WORDS ABOUT WORDS THEME] ANNOUNCER: This review is brought to you by Words About Words. We would like to thank the IReadYA booth for providing us with Advanced Readers Copies at Yallwest. BREE: Thank you… Continue reading BOOK OF THE MONTH REVIEW: City of Ghosts

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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

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BOOK REVIEW: The Wall of Winnipeg & Me

The Wall of Winnipeg and Me by Mariana Zapata To preface this review: I read this in one sitting from about 10pm to 2am so I may have missed some stuff and may have loved it more than if I had spaced it out.  Okay, this book was more of that slow burn goodness that… Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: The Wall of Winnipeg & Me