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NetGalley TBR

I’ve had a lot of books from NetGalley just chilling on my Kindle, and I know I should read them. I requested them, and I’m not reading them. I probably should be though so my percentage can go up and I can get more books. I suddenly just want to read romance on Kindle Unlimited

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Weekly Wrap-Up #1 [September 1-7]

I meant to start doing wrap ups like a week ago. Of course I didn’t. I’m just that person, I guess. So here’s how my wrap ups are going to work. I’ve been reading a lot of romance in September. I blame Bree over at https://fallingforromance.com/. Check her out. She’s fantastic, and she’s even writing

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Classics I Need to Read

Catch me doing my Saturday post on Sunday because I’m total garbage. I didn’t even know what to do so I had people vote on a twitter poll, and it’s classics I need to read. I’m sure the list would be extensive if I just went on and on. But I’m going off my Goodreads

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August Wrap Up.

I didn’t read a lot in August because we got Hulu so I’ve been watching way too much of that recently. I can’t really blame the baby because he’s pretty chill. I’m still getting used to having a blog, and I do enjoy when people like my posts. It can be a little discouraging as

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Stuck With You Spotlight Post

I’m so excited to be featuring a spotlight post for a book tour on my blog. It sounds like an amazing book everyone should check out. I can’t wait to order my own copy and read this great book!     Tour Date:   Sept 2-6 Link to Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/47566283-stuck-with-you   Purchase Links:   Amazon | Amazon Australia | Amazon

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Next Year in Havana Spoiler Free Review

Title: Next Year in Havana Author: Chanel Cleeton Genre: Women’s Fiction Rating: 4/5 Stars Reason Read: Hello Sunshine Book Club Reading Challenge Official synopsis: Havana, 1958. The daughter of a sugar baron, nineteen-year-old Elisa Perez is part of Cuba’s high society, where she is largely sheltered from the country’s growing political unrest–until she embarks on

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