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Books & Bloggers I’m Thankful For

Thanksgiving is an…interesting holiday I mean it seems a bit ironic we give thanks to those who saved the colonials when they in turn took away the land and so much more from Native Americans. Still, the notion of having a day to be thankful for what you have, is nice, if only we could […]

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Top 2020 Releases I’ve Read: Part I

So this only includes books that I’d read up until June or come out no later than June, so some fave reads I haven’t included cause they aren’t published yet or were published this month onward. [Reminder: These are 2020 releases only. At the end of the year I’ll compile lists of my overall favorites, […]

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May Rewind

                                  TOTAL COUNT: 19, 2 Not Shown [Ready two to the spawn this month, Ghost Horse and The Haunted Trail]     Posts From Around the Book Blogger Verse Reader Voracious April 2020 Book Haul Reader in the Attic’s […]

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A Song Below Water eARC Review

    GoodReads: Legacies meets Nic Stone’s Dear Martin in Bethany C. Morrow’s debut YA, A Song Below Water, about two best friends discovering their magical identities against the challenges of today’s racism and sexism. Tavia is already at odds with the world, forced to keep her siren identity under wraps in a society that wants to keep her […]

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WWW Wednesday

  It’s time for the WWW Wednesday meme brought to you all by Taking on a World of Words What Are You Currently Reading? GoodReads: Jason Zhou survives in a divided society where the elite use their wealth to buy longer lives. The rich wear special suits that protect them from the pollution and viruses that […]

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YALL Stay Home 2020 Panels I Attended

    Hey guys, I know that this is a bit late coming, but, I just wanted to recap the panels I attended for the YallStayHome/YallWest 2020! I only attended two, being in the UK, I was not up for all that time zone math! Here are the two I attended:   Both panels were […]