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READING CHALLENGE: Taylor Swift Readathon – Wrap Up

This has been a month of TAYLOR SWIFT which is my favorite type of month. November? More like November (Taylor's Version).  This is my wrap up for the Taylor Swift Readathn Mariareadsbooksalot (on Instagram) hosted. See my TBR for this readathon here!  I DID NOT stick to my TBR (is anyone surprised bc I sure am not).… Continue reading READING CHALLENGE: Taylor Swift Readathon – Wrap Up

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BOOK REVIEW: Heartstopper: Volumes 1-3

Heartstopper: Volumes 1-3 by Alice Oseman Publication Dates: September 2016,  July 11th 2019, & February 6th 2020 TW: homophobia, bullying, off-page outing, sexual assault, minor violence, discussion of eating disorders and self-harm Heartstopper: Volume One Heartstopper: Volume Two Heartstopper: Volume Three I swear by now everyone has either heard of, or seen the Heartstopper graphic… Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: Heartstopper: Volumes 1-3

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ROMANCE WEEK: You Have a Match Review

You Have a Match by Emma Lord Publication Date: January 12th, 2021 I know this review is going up during Romance Week, and You Have a Match is really more of a contemporary, than romance. But it's a semi-recent release, so we're just going with it. Also, I was planning to review Get a Life, Chloe… Continue reading ROMANCE WEEK: You Have a Match Review

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Reverie by Ryan La SalaPublication Date: December 3, 2019 I haven't written a review in a while, and that's probably because very few of my recent reads have wholly won me over. Thankfully, Reverie has ended that streak. It does starts off a little bumpy due to the main character, Kane, having amnesia from an… Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: Reverie

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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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WEEKLY TAG: Top Ten Tuesday

The Top Ten Tuesday tag is hosted by Jana, @ThatArtsyReader, and you can find the upcoming prompts here. Today's prompt is "Books That Give Off Summer Vibes." Tree and I did something similar to this last summer [check out our Favorite Summer Reads], but I'll try to keep the crossover to a minimum. 1. Everything… Continue reading WEEKLY TAG: Top Ten Tuesday

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BOOK REVIEW: Meet Me at Midnight

Meet Me at Midnight by Jessica Pennington Publication Date: April 7th, 2020 So to warn y'all, I did go into this book with kind of low expectations. Between the cover and the synopsis, I was expecting a cute, but ultimately fluffy (light) YA contemporary (à la Kasie West). I'm glad to report that I was… Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: Meet Me at Midnight

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BOOK REVIEW: A Good Girl’s Guide to Murder

A Good Girl’s Guide to Murder by Holly Jackson Publication Date: May 2nd, 2019 [UK] So, even though this book has been out almost a year, US readers only got their hands on it in February. Since then it’s been all over my Goodreads feed and even I have started pushing it on to my… Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: A Good Girl’s Guide to Murder

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BOOK TAG: Bookshelf Scavenger Hunt

I happened upon this tag a while ago and it looked like such a fun challenge, that I absolutely had to try my own hand at it. I don't know who the original poster is, but I found it on Ally Writes Things. [Side Note: Weirdly enough, a lot of these titles I didn't even… Continue reading BOOK TAG: Bookshelf Scavenger Hunt

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BOOK REVIEW: Every Other Weekend

Every Other Weekend by Abigail Johnson Publication Date: January 7th, 2020 TW: past sibling death, emotional manipulation & abuse, sexual assault When I picked this book up, I was in a weird reading mood. I had been hopping around books until I finally forced myself to stick with this one. It ended up being a… Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: Every Other Weekend