The Social Media Tag

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Kelly @ Another Book in the Wall published a post on The Social Media Tag sometime in July, and I thought it was absolutely adorable! Not only is it an excuse to do a tag, but it’s also a great way to showcase all these amazing bloggers that you may not know about but you REALLY should!

For this, I’m trying to pick people who haven’t been tagged yet (though there are people I want to tag that already have been…*cough* Kelly *cough*). Sorry if you already have been tagged!

Side note: Kelly is SUPER adorable and a fabulous blogger. We just connected recently this year and she’s truly a remarkable human being.
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Book Review: P.S. I Still Love You by Jenny Han

“All you need is time, and you, little one, have all the time in the world.”

Just as quirky and comical as its predecessor, Jenny Han’s P.S. I Still Love You is a fantastic sequel to this thrilling and adorable YA romance trilogy. No longer playing pretend, Lara Jean’s experiencing for the first time what it truly means to be in a real relationship. But what happens when you can’t fully trust someone you love? What does it mean when you start to have feelings for more than one person? Wonderfully written and hard to put down, P.S. I Still Love You beautifully and accurately illustrates what it’s like to be young, in love, and searching for ones place in the world during those essential high school years.

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Top 5 Wednesdays: Favourites You’d Like to Revisit

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For the love of…ugh. Yup…I accidentally published a post that wasn’t finished…good grief. My bad…

So…this is TECHNICALLY the Top 5 Wednesday topic from August 1st; however, I didn’t get to do it and I don’t like this weeks…so that happened. Thus, the topic I’m working with is Favourites You’d Like to Revisit: “What favorite books would you like to re-read? These don’t just need to be books, they can also be TV, movies, video games, etc.”. As always, I’m sticking with books…this is a book blog, after all.

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Book Review: To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before by Jenny Han

“Love is scary: it changes; it can go away. That’s the part of the risk. I don’t want to be scared anymore.”

In the first instalment of a glorious young adult love story, Jenny Han’s To All the Boys I Loved Before takes readers on a romantic getaway full of bumps and twists along the way. After Lara Jean’s secret love letters are sent to all of her past unrequited love interests, she seeks the help of an old to friend to minimize the damage and get life back to normal. But when sparks come to life and other secrets from those close to her start to spill out as well, Lara Jean must uncover who she is and what she wants before more damage is done. A breathtaking story with both drama and humour, Han leaves readers with an overbearing desire to seek their own tremendous and magical love story.

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Top 5 Wednesdays: Books You Liked with Tropes You Usually Hate

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This weeks Top 5 Wednesday is a freebie! Since I didn’t do the August 8th post on time, I’m going to do that one: Books You Liked with Tropes You Usually Hate. Simply put, “pick some of your most hated tropes and discuss books (or other media) that actually handled that trope well”. Mind you, some of these I don’t mind…but most books can’t do them well, whereas the ones listed below do!

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Spring Cleaning Book Tag

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Oh my…I was tagged a WHILE ago in the Spring Cleaning Book Tag…my bad. Any who, thank you so much Alyssa Grace @ Serendipitous Reads and Laura Beth @ Hot Shot Headlines for tagging me! They’re both OBVIOUSLY amazing bloggers; they both have their own unique writing style and bring a wealth of knowledge to the blogging community!
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Book Review: The Boxcar Baby by J.L. Mulvihill

“Sighing, I put my head on my knees and watch an ant crawl up the tree limb, so small and insignificant, and all alone. I’m glad I’m not an ant, though sometimes I feel like one.”

With the main heroine being the adventure taking Boxcar Baby herself, J.L. Mulvihill’s The Boxcar Baby follows AB’Gale as she desperately seeks to find her papa and set things back in order. When her papa doesn’t return home, AB’Gale takes it upon herself to discover his whereabouts before she and her family lose their home and way of life. But after discovering some bits of information and unveiling too many dangerous secrets, AB’Gale finds herself on an epic and treacherous quest to save her family and herself before she’s captured again. An exhilarating and wild read, Mulvihill’s opener to the Steel Roots series will have readers grasping for more!

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This is My Genre Book Tag

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Thank you Tyr @ The Perks of Being a Nerd for tagging me in the This is My Genre book tag! Tyr tagged me WAY back in June 2018…sorry love for the late post! You MUST check our Tyr’s blog, it’s absolutely phenomenal!
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