Weekly Wrap Up – October 13

I have no idea how it’s almost halfway through October, but it’s time for another weekly wrap up! This week, I finished two books – both of which were five-star reads – and one short story, which is not bad. I’m also almost done with two other books. So I’m pretty happy. Let’s just jump […]

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Book Review | Wilder Girls

This summer I went to a book event with Casey McQuiston and Taylor Jenkins Reid (yes, it was totally awesome). I love both of their books so much. So when TJR asked Casey what book she’d recently read and loved, I knew I needed to read that book. Her answer: Wilder Girls by Rory Power. […]

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Spookathon TBR

You already know I am all about that Halloween reading. Which means that the Spookathon is a readathon I look forward to every year. It’s hosted by BooksandLala – check out her announcement video for this year – who I absolutely love. Definitely go check out her channel. This year, it turned out that a […]

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The Autumn Tag

I am so ready for fall – or autumn if you’re not in the US – and I’ve been looking for the perfect fall tag to do. I came across this one on Perfectly Tolerable (go check out Brittany’s blog if you haven’t yet!) and thought it looked like a lot of fun. Let’s just […]

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Book Review | The Bone People

Ok, I know it’s Halloween reading time, so I feel like I need to be upfront about the fact that The Bone People isn’t a scary book. I think the synopsis does a better job at describing what this book actually is than I could, so I won’t try. But I will say that it’s […]

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Weekly Wrap Up – October 6

October has gotten off to a pretty great start. So far, I have finished three (and a half) books, two of which were five-star reads. My reading slowed down a little bit in September, but I’m feeling like I’m back on track, so I have high hopes for this week. The first book I finished […]

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Book Review | The Grace Year

I haven’t had the best luck with young adult books lately. But, when I came across The Grace Year, I knew I had to read it. It was marketed as a blend of The Handmaid’s Tale and The Power. Which had everything in my brain screaming “yes please!”. Honestly, I couldn’t imagine any book living […]

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