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Mini Movie Reviews #4: Age of Adaline / Fright Night / Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates / Edge of Seventeen / Table 19 / Mr. Right / About Time

As you may well know, my weekly review slot has recently been for mini movie reviews. Here is the fourth installment, featuring another seven movies - this time the Rom-Com edition it seems. I really hope you guys are enjoying these! You can see my previous mini movie review posts below: Mini-Movie Reviews: American Ultra… Continue reading Mini Movie Reviews #4: Age of Adaline / Fright Night / Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates / Edge of Seventeen / Table 19 / Mr. Right / About Time

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Mini Movie Reviews #3: Barely Lethal / Now You See Me 1 & 2 / Speech & Debate / Odd Thomas / Not Another Happy Ending / Kingsmen: The Secret Service

Because book reviews are slow going for various reasons, I've been tackling the half-finished movie reviews in my drafts in the form of mini reviews. Today, I'm back with another seven (mini) reviews! Because if each movie got its own post, I'd never finish... You can see my previous two mini movie review posts below:… Continue reading Mini Movie Reviews #3: Barely Lethal / Now You See Me 1 & 2 / Speech & Debate / Odd Thomas / Not Another Happy Ending / Kingsmen: The Secret Service

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Discussion: Reading Reviews

Writing book reviews is an integral part of book blogging. That's pretty much a given. (Though, Drew over at The Tattooed Book Geek gave a pretty great discussion on being a book blogger without being a book reviewer)¬† Most of us write reviews, with varying frequency and styles. That's a given. But how many of… Continue reading Discussion: Reading Reviews

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NetGalley Review: Breaking Up Is Hard To Do (But You Could Have Done It Better)

I received an e-arc of this book from netgalley and this is my honest review. Original Release Date: January 10th 2017 Date I Read The Book: March 2017 My Star Rating: 3 Stars Official Summary: Anonymous break up stories from men and women, old and young, serious and silly and the cartoons that inspired them.… Continue reading NetGalley Review: Breaking Up Is Hard To Do (But You Could Have Done It Better)

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Discussion: On DNF Books And Reviews

DNF stands for "Did Not Finish" - an acronym you've probably heard around the book blogging community before. People DNF books all the time, for all sorts of reasons. Because they just weren't liking the book. Because they were bored. Because they took a particular issue with the book (problematic /trope they dislike etc.). Everyone… Continue reading Discussion: On DNF Books And Reviews

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Discussion: Struggles Of A Book Blogger

Being a book blogger is weird, because it's a hobby, at least for most it isn't a job, and it's fun. But it's also stressful like a real job - and requires a hell of a lot of effort, especially if your on your own. Here, I'm discussing the 7 major things that can cause… Continue reading Discussion: Struggles Of A Book Blogger

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DNF Books – Mini Reviews #1

Every book blogger has DNF'd a book at least once. I personally, don't like doing it, especially for reviews copies. I feel I owe myself and the person who sent me the book to finish it because I decide I dislike it. But, with an ever growing TBR pile, I just don't have time for… Continue reading DNF Books – Mini Reviews #1

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New Schedule? Yes, This Again.

AP testing is over! I know! Its wonderful! Which means I'm back! It probably didn't feel like I was gone, but every post from April to now was scheduled, views, a few tags, some discussions, and more than a couple of guest posts; I post more when I intentionally take a hiatus than when I'm… Continue reading New Schedule? Yes, This Again.

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Discussion: What Do You Review

Some book bloggers strictly review novels. Some review mangas, comics, short stories etc. Some incorporate tv shows, movies, animes etc. This all depends on the blog, and the bloggers focus. I review mostly books and a bit of everything else every once in a while. I think people should just review anything they want, even… Continue reading Discussion: What Do You Review

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Netgalley Review: United States of Absurdity – Untold Stories From American History

I received an e-arc of this book from netgalley and this is my honest review. Original Release Date: May 9th 2017 Date I Read The Book: November 2016 My Star Rating: 4 stars Chronology: Standalone book of stories Official Summary: Discover illustrated profiles of the weird, outrageous (and true!) tales from American history that don't… Continue reading Netgalley Review: United States of Absurdity – Untold Stories From American History