Top 10 Tuesday: Places in Books Where I’d Love to Live

Welcome back to Top 10 Tuesday hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl! This week's prompt is places in books I'd love to live. This was such a fun prompt to think about. I have a mix of fantasy and real places because I'm still hoping to get that Hogwarts letter 😉 Enjoy! In no particular …

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[Uglies, Pretties, Specials]: A Trilogy Review

Hi y'all! I'm excited to share a review of a recent reread series: the Uglies series by Scott Westerfeld. I read book one for a book club and continued through the second and third book to finish Tally's story. I did not reread book 4 (Extras) because it didn't grab my attention. It's actually not …

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[A Captain for Caroline Gray]: An ARC Blog Tour Review

Hi y'all! I am thrilled to be participating in the blog tour for A Captain for Caroline Gray by Julie Wright. I received a complimentary copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are my own. As I've said before, I am so enjoying connecting with these authors and reading their …

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Top [20] Tuesday: A Mega Springtime Read Aloud Book List

Hi everyone!  Today I'm combining my latest Top 10 Tuesday post with a Book List post. This week's prompt from That Artsy Reader Girl is a Spring Cleaning Freebie. I decided to share some of our favorite read alouds set in spring. It was such a fun list to get together that I broke it …

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[Cursebreakers]: A Series Review

Hi y'all! I'm back today with another review of a series. I enjoy reading series lately--lots of fun stories to experience and only one review! The Cursebreakers series by Brigid Kemmerer is a trilogy of epic fantasy. This series is an intense, heart pounding retelling of Beauty and the Beast. This series was recommended to …

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