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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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BLOGTOBER DAY THREE: The Autumn Book Tag

We found this tag on Raven's blog, Dreamy Addictions, but it originally came from seelieknight and you can find it here. 1. Best autumnal themed book cover? Bree: Definitely, Circe by Madeline Miller. The dust jacket and the undercover are both covered in bronze foil detail. The UK edition is especially beautiful with its floral… Continue reading BLOGTOBER DAY THREE: The Autumn Book Tag

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BLOGTOBER DAY TWO: The Simple Wild Book Review

The Simple Wild by K.A. Tucker Publication Date: August 7, 2018 First of all lets just take a moment to appreciate the fact that even though I can't find my Alaska photos from my trip in 2014, I had a few in a hidden Facebook album and I had one that looked just like the… Continue reading BLOGTOBER DAY TWO: The Simple Wild Book Review

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BLOGTOBER DAY ONE: Announcement & Favorite Spooky Books

Normally Blogtober runs all month long (and you're supposed to post everyday), but we don't have the time for that (hectic lives and whatnot). We give props to anyone who is able to accomplish that though! Instead, we are doing a third of that and posting for 10 days straight! We hope you enjoy the… Continue reading BLOGTOBER DAY ONE: Announcement & Favorite Spooky Books

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GUIDE TO: NaNoWriMo [2019]

I am 100% not an expert on NaNoWriMo (Nano) and this is only my third time attempting it. I have "won" both times, but barely. Even though I am sure there are plenty of blog posts on the topic, but I still wanted to write up some tips to share. To be honest, I have… Continue reading GUIDE TO: NaNoWriMo [2019]

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MINI REVIEWS: July & August

Once again, coming in two months late with my mini review post! Anyways, I read a lot in these months and as always did not write full reviews for, um, most of them. Literally only three of the books I read during these months got full reviews. Yikes. Even in this post I am not… Continue reading MINI REVIEWS: July & August

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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 REVIEW: Bringing Down the Duke

Bringing Down the Duke by Evie Dunmore Publication Date: September 3rd, 2019 I was skeptical to pick this one up. Despite that fact that I have read a ton of romance this year, I tend to stick to contemporary romance and struggle with historical romance. I have tried a few historical romances and I just… Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: Bringing Down the Duke

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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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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