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MINI REVIEWS: Kindle Unlimited Reviews [part 2]

The part 2 installment of "Tree tries to read as many KU titles as possible during her two month trial while still trying to read books on her TBR and for her book clubs" Read part one here & there will be a part three hehe Ghost by Jason Reynolds  I LOVE JASON REYNOLDS AND HIS… Continue reading MINI REVIEWS: Kindle Unlimited Reviews [part 2]

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BOOKTAG: The Mid-Year Book Freak Out Tag 2020

I've seen variations of this tag all over the Book internet community, but when I saw this post on My Bookish Banter I figured I would give it a try! How much have you read? I've read 97 books out of my goal of 100. What have you been reading? I've been reading tonssss of… Continue reading BOOKTAG: The Mid-Year Book Freak Out Tag 2020

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MINI REVIEWS: Kindle Unlimited Reviews [Part 1]

I recently went to the Kindle Store to buy a Kindle book and was offered a free trial of Kindle Unlimited for two months. Since I had a few weeks off of school and my work hours are shorter in the summer, I figured I would give it a try. Here are some of the… Continue reading MINI REVIEWS: Kindle Unlimited Reviews [Part 1]

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BOOK TAG: WWW Wednesday

So Bree usually posts on Wednesday, but has a lot going on & since I have never done this tag before, I figured I would give it a go! This tag hosted on Taking on a World of Words, and it’s super easy to do. Just answer the three W’s. The Three W’s are: What… Continue reading BOOK TAG: WWW Wednesday

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GUIDE TO: Supporting Independent Bookstores

During this pandemic many independent bookstores have been struggling to stay afloat. I know like many of you, I miss going to bookstores and do not want my favorites ones to close. However, I cannot afford to buy books from every independent bookstore I love. Many guides (that I have seen) from publishers on "how… Continue reading GUIDE TO: Supporting Independent Bookstores

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READING CHALLENGE: ARC April – Check In

Two weeks into our ARC April reading challenge and we are as predicted, NOT STICKING TO OUR TBRs. We thought we would give an update because you need that kind of thing when you have unreliable reading habits. Bree: Girl Gone Viral by Alisha Rai Late to the Party by Kelly Quindlen This Is All… Continue reading READING CHALLENGE: ARC April – Check In

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BOOK HAUL: February & March Acquisitions

In 2020 I decided to keep track of where I acquired books from. Partly because I was curious and partly because I'm trying to be more mindful about book buying. I did a haul post in January because I got a lot of books in January (yay for birthdays), but February & March were a… Continue reading BOOK HAUL: February & March Acquisitions

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READING CHALLENGE: ARC April

So, this isn't actually a thing (not like ARC August is, at least) but we wanted to challenge (*cough* motivate) ourselves since we always feel like we're behind on our ARC piles. Thus, we have decided to write TBRs for the ARCs we'd both like to finish this month! We are both terrible at sticking… Continue reading READING CHALLENGE: ARC April

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ROMANCE WEEK: Romance Recommendations II

It's no secret that we read our fair share of romance novels. Apparently, we've read (and loved) so many that we have enough for a second romance rec post! If you'd like to check out last year's recommendation post you can do that here. Red,White, Royal Blue by Casey McQuiston (review) What else can be… Continue reading ROMANCE WEEK: Romance Recommendations II

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ROMANCE WEEK: Books with Good Romances*

*that are not strictly romance novels. We love a good romantic subplot, so here are some of our favorite Non-romance book romances! Six of Crows Series by Leigh Bardugo Tree is a die hard Kanej shipper and it not emotionally prepared for their scenes in the book. But, the other couples in this book are… Continue reading ROMANCE WEEK: Books with Good Romances*