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They Both Die At The End by Adam Silvera | Spoiler-Free Book Review

Hai Beautiful! Eh, I don’t know how I feel about this one… They Both Die At The End was the unanimously voted Book of the Month for @TheBookishTravellers book club for April. Due to timezones (the entire inspiration for our name by the way), we weren’t able to meet up and discuss it, but I have so so many thoughts on it that I need to release! Goodreads Summary On September 5, a little after midnight, Death-Cast calls Mateo Torrez and […]

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Unique Handmade Bookmarks Now Selling In The Shop!

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Hai Beautiful! ✨ I have some news! ✨ This has been a long time coming. I mean literally months in the making. Promise after promise and all the inconsistent and seemingly random Instagram updates have lead up to this one epic moment; The launch of handmade bookmarks in my very own shop! It has always been a dream of mine to share my craft with people. Typically, I create unique and personalised handmade cards for friends and family and the […]

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IDAHOBIT+ Book Recommendations!

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Hello Beautiful Hooman! Happy IDAHOBIT+ Day to my beautiful queer family! Today is Monday the 17th of May a.k.a the International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia, Interphobia and Transphobia! On this day we celebrate and show our love and appreciation for our queer members of society and do our best to eradicate the systematic hate within our society. In this post, I recommend six (6) books that have queer protagonists. All of which have stuck with me in one way or […]

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The Song of Achillies by Madeline Miller | Spoiler-Free Book Review

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Hai Beautiful! A novel that is worth all the hype! For the second month of The Bookish Travellers book club, we chose to read The Song Of Achilles by Madeline Miller! ~ The Bookish Travellers ~ a monthly book club run by Lily @readingchateau, Emily @emreviewsbooksfilms, Mackenzie@lupinslibrary_, Charlotte @charlottereadsx and myself @thebookishbree! This book, along with Madeline Miller’s other novel Circe, has been constantly recommended to me by my friends for ages now and I am literally in love with this story! Goodreads […]

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Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo | Spoiler(ish) Book Review

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Hai Beautiful! It’s about dang time I read this! What an amazing novel! I went into this novel with only the word of those who have raved about this book/ series/ universe on the internet since its release and subsequent conclusion. I’ve seen the special edition in my book store for months now, but with no real reason to purchase it, I always left the store with longing in my heart. Until… Eventually! There was a reason to buy it. […]

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The Lost Book Of The White by Cassandra Clare & Wesley Chu | Spoiler-Free Book Chat!

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Hai Beautiful! ✨ All the feels!!! ✨ I don’t think I can even begin to explain how much love I have for Magnus Bane and literally how willing I am to read anything about him. Like at all. Give me Magnus Bane folding laundry and I’ll eat that shit up! Goodreads Summary Life is good for Magnus Bane and Alec Lightwood. They’re living together in a fabulous loft, their warlock son, Max, has started learning to walk, and the streets […]

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Interview with Claire L. Smith, author of HELENA!

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Hai Beautiful! My Best Friend Is A Published Author! In today’s Storytime Wednesday I interrogate my friend Claire L. Smith about her novel! I’ve compiled a list of questions revolving around her novella Helena, dealing with publishers, as well as what it was like having people read her published work for the first time. I’m so curious about all of this and I’m sure you are too. So without further chatter, I’m going to introduce you to Claire then get […]

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Sorting through the chaos of my mind by setting goals for 2021!

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Hai Beautiful! Let’s Plan! I’ve made it no secret on here that I absolutely love to plan! I will plan anything out, from physically listing out my daily tasks down to the half-hour or even making sure I at least know a rough sequence of events for a holiday, I find comfort in having a plan. So when it comes to making goals, why do I always struggle? It truly took me so long to make this post (as you […]

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Helena by Claire L. Smith | Spoilery Book Review/Chat

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Hai Beautiful! Get ready for some spooks 🙈 If you have been on my seen any of my recent YouTube videos in the past few months, you’ll know that I have been hanging out to read this ever since it was announced!! Goodreads Summary On the outskirts of London, 1855, mortician and funeral director Helena Morrigan struggles with her limited finances and the heavy burdens of her past. Desperate to secure herself, she takes up residence in an aged house […]

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The First TBR of 2021 aka A Hopefully Better Year Than 2020 (in every way)!

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Hai Beautiful! It’s that time of year again! Starting off the year with a new Goodreads goal and a half-finished book from the year before is starting to become the norm for me now. But alas, I have anticipated this! But once again I have sabotaged my own well-thought-out plan, and have landed myself in another sticky situation. So you see… *cue flashback*  I wanted to set a one-book TBR that would allow for any unpredictability in my schedule over […]

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