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BOOKTAG: The HOWL Book Tag

This tag is based off of the book Today Tonight Tomorrow by Rachel Lynn Solomon which I adored! Read my review here. HOWL is a game that the characters play their last day/night before graduating high school. It's a mix between assassin and a scavenger hunt! So when I saw this tag on Meghan's Whimsical Explorations &… Continue reading BOOKTAG: The HOWL Book Tag

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BOOK REVIEW: Bookish & The Beast

Bookish & The Beast (Once Upon a Con #3) by Ashley Poston Publication Date: August 4, 2020 (Originally June 16, 2020) This is the third book in the Once Upon a Con series and it is a loose Beauty and the Beast retelling. You do not need to read the other books in the series to… Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: Bookish & The Beast

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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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BLOG TOUR: Today Tonight Tomorrow Review

Today Tonight Tomorrow by Rachel Lynn Solomon Publication Date: July 28, 2020 I'm so excited to be a part of the blog tour for Today Tonight Tomorrow! Synopsis: The Hating Game meets Nick and Norah’s Infinite Playlist by way of Morgan Matson in this unforgettable romantic comedy about two rival overachievers whose relationship completely transforms over the course… Continue reading BLOG TOUR: Today Tonight Tomorrow Review

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BLOGMAS DAY FIVE: Favorite Covers of 2019

Don't judge a book by it's cover...unless it's really, really pretty. Here are some of our favorite covers of 2019! These are books that were released in 2019, but not necessarily books that we read in 2019. Bree's Favorites: Wicked Saints by Emily A. Duncan (Owlcrate Edition) The Last Voyage of Poe Blythe by Ally… Continue reading BLOGMAS DAY FIVE: Favorite Covers of 2019

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BLOGMAS DAY ONE: Announcement/December TBR

Happy Blogmas y'all! As with last year, we cannot commit to posting everyday for the month of December, maybe one day... But, we have some fun posts planned for the next week and a half and hope you enjoy them! Happy holidays to all who celebrate something this month! Here are both of our tentative… Continue reading BLOGMAS DAY ONE: Announcement/December TBR

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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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BOOK REVIEW: I Hunt Killers

I Hunt Killers by Barry Lyga Publication Date: April 3, 2012 So, I read this book for the first time approximately 4 years ago, and I remember being really wowed by it. It still holds up as a re-read, but when you know what the twists are, they’re a lot less satisfying. Anyways, I Hunt… Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: I Hunt Killers

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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