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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 FOUR: Rip it or Ship it (Halloween Edition)

Welcome to Rip It or Ship It: Halloween Edition  We did a twist on the original of this tag Basically, we picked a 20 characters and 20 costumes and put them into a hat. Then we drew names out in pairs and decided if we shipped or ripped the character/costume pairing! Check out the other… Continue reading BLOGTOBER DAY FOUR: Rip it or Ship it (Halloween Edition)

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BOOK TAG: The Productivity Book Tag

We were tagged by Rebecca @ Bookishly Rebecca! Check out her post here! RULES: Answer the prompts Tag some friends Link back to this post, and be sure to mention the creator (Sam @ Fictionally Sam) Have fun! Planning: A book that is completely thought out Bree: I never really think this about books, but… Continue reading BOOK TAG: The Productivity Book Tag

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BOOK TAG: The Goodreads Book Tag

We were not tagged, but we saw this post on _ForBooksSake's page and wanted to give it a try! Check out there post here! What was the last book you marked as “read”? Bree: A Crash of Fate by Zoraida Cordova Tree: Harry Potter & the Prisoner of Azkaban  What are you currently reading? Bree: Say… Continue reading BOOK TAG: The Goodreads Book Tag

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Montauk by Nicola Harrison Publication Date: June 4th, 2019 Synopsis: Montauk, Long Island, 1938. A simple town on the brink of a glamorous future. A marriage drifting apart. A life on the edge of what is and what could be... An epic and cinematic novel by debut author Nicola Harrison, Montauk captures the glamour and… Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: Montauk [SPOILERS]

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BOOK HAUL: Spring Book Haul

AKA THE OPPOSITE TO SPRING CLEANING!! AKA TREE SHOULD GO ON A BOOK BUYING BAN!! I've accumulated a fair amount of books recently (Also, hi this is Tree) and wanted to share them with you all! I should have just used cover photos from the internet, but instead basically took bookstagram photos for almost all… Continue reading BOOK HAUL: Spring Book Haul

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BOOK OF THE MONTH REVIEW: The Boy Who Steals Houses

May 2019 Book of the Month: The Boy Who Steals Houses by C.G. Drews Published: April 4, 2019 Episode Nine: The Boy Who Steals Houses [WORDS ABOUT WORDS THEME] ANNOUNCER: This review is brought to you by Words About Words. BREE: Thank you for tuning in! Today we will be discussing our May book of… Continue reading BOOK OF THE MONTH REVIEW: The Boy Who Steals Houses

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MINI REVIEWS: March & April

HERE WITH ANOTHER MINI REVIEW POST (also thank you to everyone who supported the last set of these) ((double thank you to everyone for pretending that these are not just monthly wrap ups)) Again, for those who don’t know what mini reviews are, I do not like writing full length reviews for every book I… Continue reading MINI REVIEWS: March & April

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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

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MINI REVIEWS: January & February

So mini reviews are a thing now. I have done two other posts like this if you like this format and want to check them out. For this post there are a lot of NetGalley titles that I did not want to write full reviews on. I tried to clear out my NetGalley titles during… Continue reading MINI REVIEWS: January & February