Love You Like The Sky Pop Up Book Tour

This book is for a specific audience. One that addresses the pain and grief of a loved one who committed suicide. Whether you have experienced this particular type of grief or grief from the loss of a loved one in general, I found this book to be extremely helpful.

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Meet Cute

We’re introduced to the main characters Kailyn Flowers and Daxton Hughes in the cutest fan girl rom com scene. I mean honestly if Legally Blonde started off with this way, I would have probably loved it even more. Anyway back to the story! We’re introduced to the couple in a cutesy meet cute (pun intended) way and then we fast forward about five years.

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Discussion Post: Trigger Warnings

If you’re no stranger to the book community you know that about a month ago, an author made a grandiose claim that there is no need for trigger warnings for books. In fact check out the tweet thread down below. Now what is interesting is that in April, I had planned on reading her book…

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April Book Unhaul

Hey Bookwyrms! Last year and over the past few months the topic of consumerism in the book community has floated around the webiverse. When I started my blog, I constantly found myself on BookOutlet.com or Amazon, especially after watching recommendation videos and monthly hauls on Booktube. Before I knew it, I had boxes and boxes…

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Intercepted

First and foremost, it’s a sports romance. And although I loved watching The Game back in the day, I never really got into sports romance books over the past few years. However, with this series? trilogy? I’ll get back to you on that! What was I saying? Right— because of this book, I think i might take a nose dive into more sports-y books because this one has completely stolen my heart.

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Serious Moonlight – ARC Review

Bennett’s writing style is equal parts captivating as it is informative. I’m not sure the length or extent of research she does for each story but it completely shows. What I appreciate the most is that she’s somehow mastered the art of appealing to those of us who love more character-driven stories and to those who favor plot and more plot-driven stories.

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Our Dark Duet

At this point, I’m not sure why I don’t have all of Victoria Schwab/V.E. Schwab’s books on my shelf. One of the things I enjoy most about her books (I’ve read Vicious & The Monsters of Verity duology* so far) is that her endings are somehow satisfying yet leave you yearning for more. They also might crush your soul but we need more endings like that out into the world.

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