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Road Trip to Missouri!

Hubby and I decided to take a three day road trip to Missouri so we could see the eclipse in 100% totality clearly. We filled up our gas tank and drove down on Saturday, listening to music and a couple podcasts. After another gas station stop (fuel both for us and our car), we made the rest of the drive and got checked into our hotel. Beyond the main reason […]

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July Wrap Up

I thought June had been a busy reading month for me hitting in at 15 books read, JULY was the busy reading month at 17 books read(!) Granted seven of those reads were during #booktubeathon so I suppose this is to be expected. Be sure to check out my Youtube July Wrap Up video (available on August 2nd) to hear me briefly chat about each read as well as my […]

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Why I don’t “f4f”:

F4f, more commonly seen/used on Instagram, but may be used on other social media platforms, is a waste of time. Allow me to elaborate. When it is used with friends/people you actually know in real life it can be great. You can follow your friend and they can follow you and that’s basically how Facebook works with friend requests being a mutual exchange of “Hey, you can access my stuff […]

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#Booktubeathon TBR

Just in case you missed the Youtube video I did showcasing the books I plan on reading for Booktubeathon this year I figured I would post about them a bit. Booktubeathon is a week long event that helps to pull together the Booktube community with daily challenges and reading goals. The event is not limited to You-tube so if you do not have a You-tube channel, you can still participate […]

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Genre Overload

The past few months for me, and I’m not sure why exactly, but I have been on an extreme YA kick. I was starting to navigate more toward Non-Fiction and then Mystery novels toward the end of last year. Fantasy was what spoke to me toward the beginning of this year. Then I was on a Memoir kick. My favorite genres tend to go in waves. That’s why I love […]

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Celebration & The Dreaded DNF

Check out the visual representation of the 100 books I have read so far for 2017! 6 of theses were DNF (Did Not Finish), so technically I am at 94, but Goodreads makes it so you have to either select those books as read or to read in order to keep your review up. (If you take the book totally off then your review disappears too…flaw in the system.) By […]

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June Wrap Up

June was a busy month for me as far as reading. I made a lot of time this month to really get into a nice variety of books. Reviews on books already published are up on my blog already. Reviews on books not yet released will of course be up exactly one month prior to their respective release dates. Speaking of which, ERD=Expected Release Date, so you will be seeing […]

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Why I Won’t Ever Have Ads Here

Think about how annoying it is to try to go to a website to read an article and you are bomb-barded with ads, pop-ups, and questions that are nothing but click-bait. I feel they are a waste of time more often than not, I will not finish checking into a site if they include these types of ads, instead opting to click away to maintain sanity. Flash ads or moving […]

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My Minimal Jewelry Collection

Most of my jewelry pieces were gifts given to me (or made by) my friends and family. Several of my pieces are bookish and/or fandom pieces. I do not own any earrings. I found that they were not a necessity for me and so I don’t wear them. If I have a special occasion where I really want to wear any I either borrow some from a friend, or I […]

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Sunshine Rising 2017 Reading Challenge Update!

As you all know, I have been steadily making my way through the Sunshine Rising Reading Challenge of 2017 and am proud to say I am making quite a dent. For those that missed my You-tube video update, I will include that here then move onto the more recent cross-offs, so let’s get into it: Book Recommended by a friend: “Subterranean” by James Rollins Audiobook: “The Diviners” by Libba Bray […]

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