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Top Ten Tuesday: Favourite Tropes

Top Ten Tuesday was created by The Broke and the Bookish in June of 2010 and was moved to That Artsy Reader Girl in January 2018. It’s all about love of lists, love of literature and bringing bookish people together. Favourite tropes lets go. I've been ready for this for so long. As per usual, most of these are going... Continue Reading →

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The Friend Zone, Abby Jimenez

The Friend Zone was a lot heavier of a book than I was expecting to be honest. With a title like that I’m envisioning some laughs, some angst and some steam… and that was delivered but with an unexpected side of emotions that really hit me in the feels. In The Friend Zone Kristen and... Continue Reading →

Red, White and Royal Blue, Casey McQuiston

Red, White and Royal Blue crashed into the book world, pretty much popping up everywhere and credit to Casey McQuiston for her stellar debut. “History, huh? Bet we could make some.”  As you may very well of heard Red, White and Royal Blue follows the unlikely romance between the First Son of America, Alex Claremont-Diaz... Continue Reading →

August 2019 Possibility Pile

I don't like to lock in my reads for the month too much... feels like I'm setting myself up to fail and sometimes I'll end up following a series or an authorr on a whim based on what I've loved. Nonetheless these are what I'd love to get to this August. Beat the backlist One... Continue Reading →

July 2019 Wrap Up

I've had a shocking month of reading this July. It didn't't start off well when I was taken down with a case of tonsillitis. Which really wasn't that bad unless you count the fact that my brain as really too foggy to want to read. Since then I just really struggled to get into the... Continue Reading →

All Grown Up, Vi Keeland

I don’t really want to say it, but I was a bit disappointed with All Grown Up. Vi Keeland is an auto buy author for me, I’ll always grab anything she writes and maybe it’s because of that although this one was good, it just wasn’t my favourite. In All Grown Up we meet Valentina,... Continue Reading →

Waiting for Tom Hanks, Kerry Winfrey

Waiting for Tom Hanks really had me right where it wanted me. I was sucked in from that title and the first couple of paragraphs sealed the deal. I just related with it. So much. It’s not literally about Tom Hanks but about the idea and unattainable standard he represents.  This is a rom com... Continue Reading →

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