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BOOK REVIEW: Autoboyography

Autoboyography by Christina Lauren Publication Date: September 12th, 2017  Autoboyograghy is a gorgeous work of fiction, if a little meta. It’s been on my TBR since Tree shouted from the rooftops about it (over a year ago). Anyways, I finally picked it up because I was going to an author event and Christina Lauren was… Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: Autoboyography

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BOOK REVIEW: You’d Be Mine

You’d Be Mine by Erin Hahn Publication Date: April 2nd, 2019 TW: drug abuse, suicide mentions, & alcoholism Initially, I was a little unsure of this book. I had heard some so-so reviews and didn’t want to get my hopes up. I ended up reading it anyways, and wow, am I glad I picked it… Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: You’d Be Mine

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BOOK REVIEW: The Princess & The Fangirl

The Princess & The Fangirl by Ashley Poston Published: April 2, 2019 To preface this, Geekerella by Ashley Poston is one of my favorite books of all time. But, I was not a fan of Heart of Iron by her. But, I was eager to get back to ExcelsiCon and see cameos of my faves… Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: The Princess & The Fangirl

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BOOK HAUL: First Haul of the Year

So, I've been picking up books left and right since the new year, and I wanted to share my haul with you all (haha). These books are kind of from all over (Amazon, Book Outlet, Target, etc.), and most of them I haven't read before. One of them is a favorite though, that I needed… Continue reading BOOK HAUL: First Haul of the Year

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BOOK REVIEW: Strange the Dreamer

Strange the Dreamer by Laini Taylor So, let me start off with this. When I was younger, I loved the Faeries of Dreamdark series. I was so sad to discover that the author stopped writing them after just two books. Anyways, fast-forward to about a week before I read this book. I finally made the… Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: Strange the Dreamer

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BOOK REVIEW: The Deceivers

The Deceivers by Kristen Simmons Publication Date: February 5th, 2019 Initially, I was intrigued by this book when it was pitched as “Pretty Little Liars meets Ocean’s 8.” And I’m not sure if that ended up being the general takeaway for me, even though I did enjoy this book. For me, the premise reminded me… Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: The Deceivers

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My Favorite Authors to Follow on Instagram

One of my favorite things about Bookstagram is following authors. I initially just followed my favorite authors to keep up with their events and new releases, but now...I am following a bunch of authors who I haven't even read their books. Some give good writing advice, some post pretty pictures that I like, some post… Continue reading My Favorite Authors to Follow on Instagram

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BOOK REVIEW: Famous in a Small Town

Famous in a Small Town by Emma Mills I have really enjoyed all of Emma Mills’ books. They don’t blow me away, but she writes some fun and cute contemporary novels with characters that feel real. I have rated them all between 3.5 and 4 stars. But, I had some mixed feelings about this one.… Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: Famous in a Small Town

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BOOK OF THE MONTH REVIEW: Kiss Me in New York

December 2018 Book of the Month: Kiss Me in New York by Catherine Rider Published: October 3rd, 2017 Episode Three: Kiss Me in New York [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 December pick, Kiss Me… Continue reading BOOK OF THE MONTH REVIEW: Kiss Me in New York

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Some Of My Favorite (Lesser Known) Contemporary Novels

Eight Contemporary Novels That Need More Love I love contemporary novels, they make up most of what I’ve read. I read for fun and to destress and these novels (usually) do just that. I realize upon writing this post that most people read contemporary novels in the summer and that posting this in Fall is probably not… Continue reading Some Of My Favorite (Lesser Known) Contemporary Novels