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The Totally Should’ve Book Tag | 2

Hope you're all having a lovely Friday! Today I'm here with the Totally Should've Book Tag, which I was tagged for by Norees @ Nor Reads Too Great.  This tag was created by EmmmaBooks. I've done this tag once before, but I always like repeating tags because it's interesting to see how my answers change… Continue reading The Totally Should’ve Book Tag | 2

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Top Ten Tuesday

Top Ten Tuesday: LONG Books I Can’t Believe I Read

Happy Tuesday!! Today's Top Ten Tuesday topic set by The Artsy Reader Girl features ten books that we can't believe we've read. However, instead of talking about the actual content of the books, I've decided to take a different perspective on this topic; instead, I'll be focusing on book length. Without further ado, here are ten LONG books I… Continue reading Top Ten Tuesday: LONG Books I Can’t Believe I Read

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Beauty and the Beast Book Tag

Ah, the movie that everyone has been talking about for what feels like ages. I have to admit that I was a bit hesitant to watch the new live-action version of Beauty and the Beast; however, I'm happy to report that I was pleasantly surprised. Of course, there were some parts that I definitely could… Continue reading Beauty and the Beast Book Tag

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The Captain America Book Tag

A while ago I saw the Captain America Book Tag on Bookmark Lit and even though I wasn't specifically tagged I knew I would have to do it eventually. Captain America is by far my favorite Marvel Avenger and the fact that this tag blends this amazing hero with books makes me want to give… Continue reading The Captain America Book Tag

Top Ten Tuesday

Top Ten Tuesday: Best Books of 2016

Happy Tuesday!! Can you believe that 2016 has almost come to a close? It feels like it was New Year's Day just yesterday, yet here we are as 2017 fast approaches. I've been fortunate to have read a plethora of fantastic books this past year, so narrowing down a list of my Top Ten Best Books… Continue reading Top Ten Tuesday: Best Books of 2016

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The Jingle Bell Tag

If I had to name my favorite genre of music, it would probably be Christmas music. Not only is there a song for every mood and situation and level of festivity you're feeling, but holiday tunes also never fail to make me smile. (Except for "Christmas Shoes." That song is the definition of SAD.) As you can imagine, I was… Continue reading The Jingle Bell Tag

Top Ten Tuesday

Top Ten Tuesday: New Authors I Read in 2016

Happy Tuesday! Now that December is here, it's that time again when we start reflecting on the past year and all of the wonderful books we read. This week we're focusing on the writers of those wonderful books by sharing the Top Ten New-to-Me Authors I Read in 2016. Thanks to all of the assigned reading that I… Continue reading Top Ten Tuesday: New Authors I Read in 2016

Bookish, Discussion

My Ideal Book Conference Panel | Discussion

Hello, everyone! I hope you're having a fantastic day! Recently I was contacted by Eventbrite, the largest self-service ticketing platform in the world, to write a post as part of their effort to promote local event-planning. Eventbrite works with people to find and plan successful, fun, and exciting events in their areas. If you would… Continue reading My Ideal Book Conference Panel | Discussion

Top Ten Tuesday

Top Ten Tuesday: Books You’ve Read Because of Recommendations

Happy Tuesday! This week's Top Ten Tuesday topic is about one of the greatest things about being part of a bookish community: recommendations. Whether you've been recommended books by friends, family, or even other bloggers, it's always exciting to dive into a story that you know someone else has loved. Today I'm going to share… Continue reading Top Ten Tuesday: Books You’ve Read Because of Recommendations

Books, Classics Club Challenge

GONE WITH THE WIND by Margaret Mitchell | Review

Before reading Gone with the Wind I had imagined that it would be a tragic tale of star-crossed romance set against the dramatic backdrop of the Civil War. In all honestly, I wondered how the such a story could possibly go one for over a staggering one thousand pages. Boy, do I stand corrected. In… Continue reading GONE WITH THE WIND by Margaret Mitchell | Review