Hey y’all! Isn’t it fitting that our 29th catch up session is on November 29th which also happens to be my birthday? Look at God, y’all.
I’m so glad you could join me for a virtual birthday bash. Instead of the usual cozy drink, grab a slice of birthday cake. Come along now, let’s catch up!
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Hey y’all! I saw Liv @ Curlyhairbibliophile doing this tag forever ago and I wanted to join in. This blog has been around for a while now and I definitely want to reflect on that.
1. How long have you been part of the book blogging community?
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Hey y’all! So I actually forgot to write this. It’s been at the back of my mind all week and I had been planning to type it up on Saturday but I somehow forgot. This is probably a sign that I need to start keeping an organized planner again.
Anywho, let’s have another late afternoon/nighttime catch up session. Grab a cozy blanket, holiday themed drink, and take a seat so we can catch up!
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Hey y’all! I was actually sent a review copy of The Last Mirror on the Left but after hearing the synopsis for the first book in the series, I decided to buy a copy of The Last Last Day of Summer from Cultured Books (a Black woman owned bookstore). All thoughts are my own, as goes with every one of my reviews.
I’m sure you’ve all been on the edge of your seats waiting for my full thoughts on this series ever since my interview with Lamar Giles. Oh, wait, you weren’t? Well, stick around anyway to see if this might be the story you’re looking to add as an upcoming stocking stuffer.
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Hey y’all! This review is long overdue. I read The Kiss Quotient last month because I was in a romance mood and I’d heard good things about it. I decided to listen to the audiobook through the CloudLibrary app since I’ve been struggling with finishing physical books. After reading it, I totally understand the hype.
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