Review: Queer There & Everywhere

I read this book along with the Book Bound Society for Pride Month. And hopefully this review gives you a general idea of what to expect before you pick up the book. Also for #sumbtreadathon I am going to review every single thing I read so get ready for a lot of Rea’s opinions this month.

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Prep for #sumtbreadathon

Hey everyone! Since it is around the middle of the year it is a perfect time to use this month to catch up on the reading you are behind on already from the first half of the month. So a few people and I came together to make a month long readathon!

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The Mid-Year Freakout Tag

I got tagged to do a thing!! And my Romie tagged me to do it, thank you! So honestly I’m just going to say a few names that I know are active bloggers and I think would enjoy this – if you did this already and I tagged you sorry before hand- are Maé and Taryn. So here we go!

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Book Myth Busters: Censorship

Welcome to the second episode of Book Myth Busters where we take different ideas from the book community and study to see if they are true. I am your host, Rea, and today we will have a lot of fun with today’s topic. Censorship We all have heard it. Some of you all might have […]

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Review: Lambs Can Always Become Lions

Summer’s here! Which means it is time for more consistent reviews and fun stuff on the blog. So to start off this busy summer I review a book that made me giddy with happiness when I read it. Giddy enough to post reaction pictures on my instagram story and having Charlotte, the author, enjoy my […]

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Book Myth Busters: Unrealistic

Hey everyone, welcome to a new blog post series I am going to start writing a lot on. Basically what I’m doing is choosing something people say about books and picking it apart until you all stop using it as an argument. I would love to get some feedback if you like this idea or […]

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Review: The Upside of Unrequited

  “I’m on the toilet at the 9:30 Club, and I’m wondering how mermaids pee” Haven’t we all thought of that before? The first line of The Upside of Unrequited quickly ensnared me and was thinking “yes, I have thought about that before”.

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