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January Wrap Up

Hey guys, how you doin'? Today I bring to you my January Wrap Up. This was definitely a better reading month than December, I read 8 books and I'm ahead on my Goodreads challenge (currently set at 45 books, but that might change). Let's hope I manage to keep this up as the year progresses.… Continue reading January Wrap Up

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December Wrap Up

🎵 Look who's back, back again... 🎵 Hey guys, how you doin'? So I'm back from my time off with my December Wrap Up. Better late than never, right? December is a crazy month, I have finals, at least 3 birthdays (including mine), Christmas, New Year's Eve and so on. It's definitely not a big reading… Continue reading December Wrap Up

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End of The Year Book Tag

Hey guys, how you doin'? Since I did the Mid-Year Book Freak Out Tag a few months ago, I felt like it would be proper to do the End of The Year Book Tag too. This is a really quick one, with only 6 questions. Without any further ado, here are my answers:   1. Are there… Continue reading End of The Year Book Tag

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Top 5 Wednesday | Book Wish List

Hey guys, how you doin'? I'm back with Top 5 Wednesday and this week's topic is books or bookish items I have on my wish list. I mean, it's a good thing it's only a top 5 or else we'd be forever haha. I'm only going to talk about hardcover books, since those are what… Continue reading Top 5 Wednesday | Book Wish List

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Book Review | Broken Things by Lauren Oliver

Rating: 4.5 stars "Before we were the Monsters of Brickhouse Lane... —  we were just girls..." Broken Things is a standalone YA thriller novel with multiple perspectives. Five years after their best friend was murdered, people still believe Brynn and Mia did it, even though the cops couldn't prove it. The three girls were obssessed with a… Continue reading Book Review | Broken Things by Lauren Oliver

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October Wrap Up

Hey guys, how you doin'? Today I came here with a quick October Wrap Up. I don't usually do wrap ups because with me being a slow reader plus having to deal with college, I don't really get to read that much anyways, but I thought I'd give it a try and see how I feel… Continue reading October Wrap Up

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Book Review – Every Heart a Doorway by Seanan McGuire

Series: Wayward Children (book #1) Rating: 4.5 stars “You’re nobody’s doorway but your own, and the only one who gets to tell you how your story ends is you.” Every Heart a Doorway is the first installment in a series of novellas about kids who have found doorways to other fantastical worlds and lived crazy adventures… Continue reading Book Review – Every Heart a Doorway by Seanan McGuire