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ARC Review: Chasing Sunset by Missouri Vaun

Summary from Goodreads: Driving a limo wasn’t Taylor Finn’s first career choice, but stunt driving wasn’t exactly paying the bills. When she finds herself chauffeuring a drunk guy harassing his date, she leaves him stranded and is sure she’s going to get fired. Iris Fleming’s flight to Atlanta was a scene from a disaster movie,… Continue reading ARC Review: Chasing Sunset by Missouri Vaun

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My (All Sapphic) Reading Rush 2019 Wrap Up!

Hello, friends! As you may have known, I did The Reading Rush last week! I made a TBR post and talked a bunch about it on twitter, but guess what. I didn't stick to my TBR. Like, at all. I read two of seven books from it. Two of seven. That is 28%, ie a… Continue reading My (All Sapphic) Reading Rush 2019 Wrap Up!

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All The Sapphic Books I’ve Read // Pt One

Alright, before I get to far into this post I am just going to say that this is heavily inspired by a bunch of Mahana's posts and just say also that you all need to go check her blog out because it is amazing. It is also inspired by all of the recent discussions about… Continue reading All The Sapphic Books I’ve Read // Pt One

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My (All Sapphic) Reading Rush TBR!

Hello, friends! If you weren't aware, Booktubeathon is now called The Reading Rush and it is happening next week! I participated in Booktubeathon last year and thought it was a whole bunch of fun, so I knew I wanted to participate again this year. The challenges this year were somewhat difficult on their own, but… Continue reading My (All Sapphic) Reading Rush TBR!

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Try a Chapter Tag: Sapphic Ebook Edition!

Hi, friends!! I have done this tag before do decide my first read of June, but this time around I am trying to choose which of these ebooks I have collected I will read first. I posted earlier this week about how I have been struggling when it comes to reading sapphic books, so as… Continue reading Try a Chapter Tag: Sapphic Ebook Edition!

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Let’s Chat About Sapphic Books – Why I Love Them and Why I Have Problems Actually Reading Them

Oh boy oh boy, this post has been a long time coming. I have thought about writing it for a while, but mainly during pride month. In fact, I actually planned on writing a post entitled something along the lines of "When Pride Month Isn't So Great" where I talked about how much I was… Continue reading Let’s Chat About Sapphic Books – Why I Love Them and Why I Have Problems Actually Reading Them

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Mini Reviews: Ask Me How I Got Here and We Are Okay

Hi, friends! The other day I read two super short books with some female female rep, so I thought I would write two super short reviews. Ask Me How I Got Here by Christine Heppermann Summary from Goodreads: Addie has always known what she was running toward. In cross-country, in life, in love. Until she… Continue reading Mini Reviews: Ask Me How I Got Here and We Are Okay

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Mini Reviews: F/F Graphic Novels

Hello, friends! Early this week I suddenly got really into graphic novels, so I thought I would try and mini review them! While the first graphic novel I discuss is a full on female female romance, the other two are just graphic novels with some high quality female female rep, but it was just easier… Continue reading Mini Reviews: F/F Graphic Novels

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Book Review: How To Make A Wish by Ashley Herring Blake

Summary from Goodreads: All seventeen year-old Grace Glasser wants is her own life. A normal life in which she sleeps in the same bed for longer than three months and doesn't have to scrounge for spare change to make sure the electric bill is paid. Emotionally trapped by her unreliable mother, Maggie, and the tiny… Continue reading Book Review: How To Make A Wish by Ashley Herring Blake

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Book Review: Georgia Peaches and Other Forbidden Fruit by Jaye Robin Brown

Summary from Goodreads: It’s going to take a miracle for Joanna Gordon to get through senior year. Despite being the daughter of a well-known radio evangelist, Jo has never hidden the fact that she’s gay, and her dad has always supported her. But that was back in Atlanta. Now her dad the reverend has married… Continue reading Book Review: Georgia Peaches and Other Forbidden Fruit by Jaye Robin Brown