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It’s Monday, here’s what we’re reading!

By on September 4, 2017

Happy Labor Day! On this day that many of you probably have off from work, perhaps you’re doing some reading. The question is, what are you reading?

Here’s what we’re into this week!
Amber
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

I’m currently reading Finding My Badass Self and The People We Hate At The Wedding.
Aubrey

I’m currently listening to The…


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It’s Monday, here’s what we’re reading!

By on August 28, 2017

Welcome to our first “It’s Monday” post! We’d love to hear about what you’re reading. Here’s what we’re up to this week!
Aubrey
  

I’m currently reading Matriarch: Queen Mary and the House of Windsor, as well as Fish Have No Feet and Last Christmas in Paris. I’m just about done with…


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Lazy Sunday TBR Roundup

By on August 27, 2017

Happy Sunday! Sit back with a coffee and check out what we’ve added to our to-be-read lists this week. What have you added to yours?
Amber
I just finished The Martian Chronicles by Ray Bradbury, The Vegetarian by Han Kang and Big Little Lies by Liane Moriarty. I have a stack…


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Reader Poll!

By on August 16, 2017

Will you pick up a book again after you’ve read it once? We want to know! Cast your vote in the poll below and then share your thoughts in the comments. Does it have to be a certain length of time before you’ll reread a book? Is it only…


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Review: On Edge

By on August 9, 2017

For the past several years, I’ve been battling anxiety. I don’t have a hard time talking about it, because I think it’s really important to openly talk about mental illness. That’s why I picked up this important book! On Edge: A Journey Through Anxiety by Andrea Petersen is a…


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Review: Among the Lesser Gods

By on July 28, 2017

I wasn’t thinking about rescue when my grandmother’s letter came — Among the Lesser Gods, Margo Catts.
You know you’re in for a good read when the first line captures your attention. I’m reminded of the importance of first lines every sip I take of my tea at work with…


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Bookish Stuff & Things Living Life Bookishly

Book of the Month Club: Loving the book mail!

By on July 16, 2017

Hello, bookish friends!

I wanted to take a moment to review Book of the Month Club, which I have been a member of now for 14 months (geez, I feel like I just started yesterday!).
Choice
Every month, I choose from a selection of five very diverse books. These books are all…


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Reader Poll!

By on June 22, 2017

Have you noticed our posts have slowed down a bit? It’s summer time and we are all spread out, doing summer things! Do your summer things include more reading time? We’d love for you to participate in our poll below!


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The Under-Appreciated: Cookbooks

By on June 7, 2017

Great content is all around us, and too often I feel that we miss out on fun, interesting, and quality reads just because of a label or stereotype. I hope to debunk some of these misnomers and give credit where credit is due through a series of posts I’m…


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Review: Castle of Water

By on May 20, 2017

Oh my goodness, how I loved this book! I hope Dane Huckelbridge writes more fiction, because I will definitely read it.

Castle of Water is the story of castaways on a desert island. Sound cliche? In this novel, it’s not at all! It’s dramatic, it’s funny, it’s romantic, it’s everything you’d…

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