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reviewing is hard, okay?

Let’s talk about reviews.

If you’re a bookish content creator, you know that reviews are not the easiest to make. It takes a lot of time, effort, and preparation. If you aren’t, you have no idea. I had no idea until I started.

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how i’ve been reading more since 7.24.2020

Happy Swiftie Sunday!!!

Okay the title is a little misleading. Technically, I haven’t been reading more, but I have been having longer sessions of reading…if that makes sense. Instead of reading a few chapters at a time, I’ve been reading about 150-300 pages in a single sitting. How? Folklore. 

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the reading rush… a coversation

I want to start out by saying that I am not here to accept any apology or comment on any apology that is not mine to do so. What happened this year with the Reading Rush is not something that affects me the same as it does others. The purpose of this post is simply to spread awareness of what happened for those who are not active on Twitter or who are just unaware.

That said, the Reading Rush no longer has my support.

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swiftie sunday (announcement)

So we have a new series going up!

I’m not sure if I have ever actually announced it, but the structure of my blog is: tags on Sundays, reviews on Wednesdays, and anything else I feel like posting on Fridays.

For the next few weeks, I’ll be replacing the tags with Taylor Swift content. This content can be tags, matching albums to books, etc.

I felt like this would be a fun way to revamp my blog since I haven’t been posting lately. Fortunately I only have 2 more weeks of summer classes, so I’ll be back to posting regularly soon.

If you have any ideas for me to incorporate into this series, let me know!

Love always,

ej.

 

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the anti-virginity pact by katie wismer (review)

At long last, I finally read The Anti-Virginity Pact by Katie Wismer.

Katie’s YouTube channel, Katesbookdate, is one of my favorite channels on the website, so when she announced TAVP, I was STOKED. I actually got approved for an e-ARC on Netgalley, but I didn’t download it in time 😦 Then I preordered it from Barnes and Noble and didn’t receive it until over a week after publication (which was incredibly irritating).

I finalllllyyyyyy got to reading it today and finished it in one sitting.

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