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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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FAVORITE READS OF THE MONTH: March

Initially we planned to do this bimonthly, but changed our minds. Now we are going to do it every month, so we can talk about more books! Bree: My favorite read of the month was actually A Good Girl's Guide to Murder by Holly Jackson, but I wrote a full review for that (find it… Continue reading FAVORITE READS OF THE MONTH: March

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READING CHALLENGE: I read 8 books in a week (not by choice)

BACKSTORY: So, I got super sick on President’s Day weekend and stayed in bed all weekend. Thankfully I had Monday off and could continue to recover. But, since I did literally NO HOMEWORK during the weekend, I had to look at my assignments on Monday. I then looked at the assignment I had due for… Continue reading READING CHALLENGE: I read 8 books in a week (not by choice)

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BOOK TAG: The MANIC Book Tag

I saw this tag on Word Wonder's YouTuber channel and since I LOVE HALSEY I had to make this into a blog post! (No I was not tagged) I listened to this album probably at least ten times while I was working from home this week. 1. ASHLEY: a book with great character development. This… Continue reading BOOK TAG: The MANIC Book Tag

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BOOK TAG: Prediction Book Tag

We were tagged by @lilisblissfulpages to do this book tag, and it looked like fun, so we thought we would both fill it out! RULES: pingback to the creator of the tag, @bookprincessreviews tag the person who tagged you find an answer to match each prompt have fun! All of these prompts are your predictions for… Continue reading BOOK TAG: Prediction Book Tag

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READING CHALLENGE: Beat the Backlist TBR

So, in late 2019 I stumbled upon this reading challenge, Beat the Backlist, hosted by @NovelKnight, and I knew that I was going to have to join in 2020. This reading challenge focuses on reading all the books on your TBR that came out before the current year (which I have a lot of). A… Continue reading READING CHALLENGE: Beat the Backlist TBR

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BOOK REVIEW: break your glass slippers

break your glass slippers by amanda lovelace publication date: march 17, 2020 I have an INTERNATIONAL GIVEAWAY on my bookstagram where you could win a copy of this book! Check it out here! (Ends Thursday March 19 @ 11:59 pm PST) This is Amanda Lovelace's latest collection which takes the Cinderella story and turns it… Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: break your glass slippers

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BOOK REVIEW: The 57 Bus

The 57 Bus: A True Story of Two Teenagers and the Crime that Changed Their Lives by Dashka Slater Publication Date: October 17, 2017 TW: violence against LGBTQ+ teens, homophobia, transphobia, & fire I read this one for my YA Fiction class this semester and was blown away and figured I would write a full… Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: The 57 Bus

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BOOK REVIEW: Wild at Heart

Wild at Heart by K.A. Tucker Publication Date: February 18, 2020 (out now) The Simple Wild was one of my favorite books of 2019. Check out my review here. When I figured out there was going to be a sequel I was HYPED. So when I was given the chance to read an ARC of… Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: Wild at Heart

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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*