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READING CHALLENGE: ARC August TBRs

Hello we suck at TBRs, but WE ARE TRYING OKAY. Bree participated in this challenge last year (see her post here) and we tried to read ARCs in April (see our wrap up here). But since we always have too many ARCs to handle, we figured we would give it another go for ARC August… Continue reading READING CHALLENGE: ARC August TBRs

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BOOK REVIEW: The Only Plane in the Sky

The Only Plane In the Sky by Garrett M. Graff Publication Date: September 10, 2019 I rarely review nonfiction because it can be subjective based on interests and honestly I do not usually have a ton to say, except, "I learned a lot" or "this was good". But, I want to talk about The Only Plane… Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: The Only Plane in the Sky

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SUMMER SPRINT: Books Worth Rereading

We are huge rereaders here are Words About Words, but as we have become more and more active with the online book community (aka ever growing TBRs, discovering NetGalley, getting ARCs, etc) we have been rereading less. So here are books that we either have reread recently or want to reread in the near(ish) future!… Continue reading SUMMER SPRINT: Books Worth Rereading

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SUMMER SPRINT: Short Book Recommendations

Last year we put together this GUIDE TO: Catching up on your Goodreads Goal and this is basically part 2. Use this post for catching up on your Goodreads goal or just for a time when you want to read some short books. Poetry: As always poetry is a good go to for short books.… Continue reading SUMMER SPRINT: Short Book Recommendations

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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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BOOK TAG: The Stuck at Home Book Tag

Thanks Sakhile Whispers for tagging us! Check out their post here. The Rules Thank the person who nominated you Answer all the questions down below Pingback to the creator: Ellyn @ Allonsythornraxx Nominate 5+ bloggers you’d like to know more about, to do this tag What Are You Currently Reading? Bree: I'm almost done with my… Continue reading BOOK TAG: The Stuck at Home Book Tag

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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*

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MISC: 2019 Reading Stats

For some reason in 2019 I decided to make a reading spreadsheet. TBH I have no idea why, I always like the stats that Goodreads gives you and I guess I thought I needed more? For our top reads and our surprising reads of 2019 check out these posts: BLOGMAS DAY TWELVE: Our Top __… Continue reading MISC: 2019 Reading Stats

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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