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April TBR: The O.W.L’s Magical Readathon

Hello lovelies! How are you? Last month I participated in the Women's History Month Reading Challenge and to my surprise, I pretty much stuck to my TBR. So I'm hoping to repeat that magic for the O.W.Ls readathon this month. The readathon takes place throughout the month of April and is hosted by Book Roast.… Continue reading April TBR: The O.W.L’s Magical Readathon

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Anticipated Releases: April 2019

Hello lovelies! How are you? March was such an exciting month for new releases and I think April looks just as good! I'm not sure if I should be excited for my book shelf or worried for my wallet, but I think we all know what's the more likely scenario. I've switched the format for these… Continue reading Anticipated Releases: April 2019

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The Books We Buy for the Readers We Wish We Were

Hello lovelies! How are you? I was creeping on a friend's bookshelf the other day and I noticed he had a lot of interesting books on European history. When I mentioned that to him he leaned in, like he was about to tell me a secret, and confessed "I haven't actually read any of those yet, but… Continue reading The Books We Buy for the Readers We Wish We Were

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Women’s History Month Reading Challenge TBR

Hello lovelies! How are you? I usually don't set myself monthly TBRs, since being a mood reader means I usually don't stick to them. But I'm making an exception for March since one of my favorite bloggers, Margaret @ Weird Zeal, is hosting a reading challenge in honor of Women's History Month. It last the… Continue reading Women’s History Month Reading Challenge TBR

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Book Crush #1: Fairytales, Paris and the Middle Ages

It is a truth universally acknowledged, that a bookworm in possession of a huge TBR must be in want of more books. Our poor, ignored TBR's can side-eyes us all they want, we have absolutely zero shame in lusting after shiny new pretties. If you're a mood reader you probably know the feeling of having… Continue reading Book Crush #1: Fairytales, Paris and the Middle Ages