March Wrap-Up

2019 is going way too fast and I don't know if I can keep up. I need to take some time off ans slow down, but I don't think that will happen until May so let's hope I can still find ways to relax. March was a very successful reading month. I have some low …

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April TBR: #UnsolveAThon & OWLs

This month I'm being brave and participating in two month long readathons. I did my best to pick books that match a prompt in each readathon. Magical ReadAThon You probably guessed that already, but I'm an overachiever so I want to complete all the exams so I won't be chosing a career yet. #UnsolveAThon I decided …

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WWW #8: April 3, 2019 & AdventureAThon Wrapup

I'm back this week with my answers to Taking On A World Of Words's three W questions: What are you currently reading? What did you recently finish reading? What do you think you’ll read next? CURRENTLY READING Yesterday by Felicia Yap  —  77% As a thriller this book is straightforward, but set in a world where …

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WWW Wednesday #7: March 27, 2019 and Fantasy AdventureAThon Update

I'm back this week with my answers to Taking On A World Of Words's three W questions: What are you currently reading? What did you recently finish reading? What do you think you’ll read next? CURRENTLY READING A Game of Thrones by George R. R. Martin — 42% I read this back in 2014 so before …

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Review Ask the Passenger

Ask the Passengers by A.S. King October 2012 Hardcover, 304 pages Rep: lesbian, gay, depression, anxiety, black love interest CW: biphobia (unchallenged), fatphobia (unchallenged), homophobia (including slurs, being outed and violent threats), bullying, substance abuse, emotional abuse   Goodreads synopsis Astrid Jones desperately wants to confide in someone, but her mother's pushiness and her father's lack …

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