Mini-Reviews is something I’ll start doing on this blog because I read these books but never got the chance to review them. Reasons may vary from pressed time to incoherent thoughts (at the time). It will include buy links and a brief paragraph on why I like or dislike these books.
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We Regret to Inform You. Ariel Kaplan. Young adult/Contemporary. 2018. 352 pages. 4 stars.
The thing no one tells you about hitting bottom is that you don’t actually know when it happens.
I received an Advanced Reader’s Copy in exchange for an honest review.
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Wrong in All the Right Ways. Tiffany Brownlee. Young adult/Contemporary. 2018. 336 pages. 2 stars.
Love sucks at this age. You’re either too much this or not enough of that.
I received an Advanced Readers Copy in exchange for an honest review.
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Fall books are one of the most anticipated releases of the year. To express my excitement, I’ll be listing some releases that I cannot wait for! Keep reading and see if we have some #matchies!
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This is a post I never saw myself ever writing. Around this time last year, all I wanted was to get my hands on physical ARC copies and nothing more. Now as I write this, it’s funny because I recently just re-homed all of my physical ARC copies including some published books that I wouldn’t really cry over.
This post is dedicated to physical ARCs and how light you can feel once you’ve gotten over the hype.
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It’s only recently that I learned to control my book buying impulse whenever I walk into a bookstore, so I thought of sharing some of the things I swear by to avoid regrets, unnecessary expenses, and book clutter! I also have a simple flowchart to follow that you can download and keep in your phone the next time you find yourself walking into a bookstore 😉
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