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We Free the Stars by Hafsah Faizal – I Don’t Know How To Move On (Sands of Arawiya #2 Review)
My Thoughts: I am broken. This book has destroyed me. But in the best possible way. About the Book: We Free the Stars is the sequel to We Hunt the Flame, following the zumra after as they continue on their quest to return magic to Arawiya. Keep Reading For My Full Review and Rating!
20 Most Anticipated Book Releases of 2020 (And 120+ More!) (Recommendation Nation)
I feel like every year, there are just more and more new releases that I’m dying to read. 2020 has some impressive books lined up, and I would love to talk about all of them, but that would take days. Instead, I’ve decided to highlight my 20 most anticipated 2020 releases, and throw in an…
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19 Best Debut Novels of 2019 (Recommendation Nation)
I honestly can’t even think about the fact that 2019 is almost over. What happened?! I’m not ready for 2020. At all. 2019 was a mixed year, full of both bad things and good things, but one thing that significantly brightened it was all of the amazing debut novels that were released. Reading debut novels…
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Writing Reviews – My Rating System
The longer I’ve been writing book reviews, the more confused I get with my own rating system. Rating are hard. I really struggle with them. Since I use Goodreads a lot (shameless plug- add me as a friend), I wanted to keep things consistent and rate every book out of 5 stars. However, with so…
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If You Like… Then You’ll Like – 2019 Releases Edition!
Wow, I haven’t done this type of book recommendation in a while. Which means I have so many books to talk about!! Today, I want to focus on some early 2019 releases. Now, if you don’t know how this works, I’ll list 3 fairly hyped books, and pair them with 3 other books that are…
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