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January, February, and March 2020 Wrap-Up: Catching up on what I read during my multi-month hiatus and a peek as what's to come
January, February, & March 2020 Reading Wrap-Up

I've been gone from blogging for a while, but I've been reading a ton! Now that I'm back, I thought I'd catch you all up on what I've been reading in 2020.

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Review: Her Royal Highness by Rachel Hawkins AceOfBens.com
7 Reasons You Should Read <i>Her Royal Highness</i> by Rachel Hawkins

Her Royal Highness is everything you'd want and more in a royal YA romance with an f/f pairing. I've narrowed it down to seven main reasons why you should put it on your TBR!

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Anticipated Releases April 2020
Anticipated Book Releases in April 2020

Check, Please!, Book 2: Sticks and Scones by Ngozi Ukazu April 7th, 2020 // First Second Eric Bittle is heading into his junior year at Samwell University, and not only does he have new teammates―he has a brand new boyfriend! Bitty and Jack must navigate their new, secret, long-distance relationship, and decide how to reveal […]

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February 2020: Most Anticipated Releases
Anticipated Book Releases in February 2020

I suppose I missed the window to post about my most anticipated releases of the first half of the year in the first month of the year. It’s fine. For a few months now I’ve been considering switching to monthly anticipated releases posts. The main reason for that is because I often go through all […]

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Review: Tarnished Are The Stars by Rosiee Thor AceOfBens.com
Tarnished Are The Stars by Rosiee Thor | REVIEW

I knew I was going to enjoy Tarnished Are The Stars, but I didn't realize I'd love it this much! Rosiee Thor does an awesome job of crafting a world that you want to learn more about and characters that you'd follow through anything.

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October & November 2019 Blog and Reading Wrap-Up

This time we're wrapping up two months! Combined, a lot happened in October and November. Most of it was me struggling to get back into reading and blogging, but hey.  I did it!

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Seven Books I'm Thankful For
Seven Books I’m Thankful For

While it's still the season of giving thanks, I'd like to post a list of some books I'm thankful for. There are as many reasons to be thankful for a book as there are books, so I'll explain a little bit about why each of these will always hold a special place in my heart. Whether they're one of my favorite books of all time or one that I'm happy exists, here's a list of books I'm thankful for this season.

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End of the Year Book Tag
End Of The Year Book Tag

Yes, yes, I know. It’s not quite the end of 2019. I mean, we still have a little bit of November and all of December to worry about, but boy oh boy are those some busy times. When I mentally ran over my schedule for the rest of the year, I realized I’m not going to […]

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Review: Guts by Raina Telgemeier AceOfBens.com
Guts by Raina Telgemeier | REVIEW

In terms of anxiety rep, Guts is, hands down, the most relatable thing I have ever read. I am so grateful that this is going into the hands of elementary- and middle-schoolers, because if I'd had something like this at that age, I would have been so much better off.

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Extraordinary Book Titles | Top Ten Tuesday

Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by Jana @ That Artsy Reader Girl. This week I bring you ten book titles that I really love and tell you all and why I love them!

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10 Books for the Overlap of Latinx Heritage and LGBTQ History Months

Welcome to the first day of LGBTQ History Month! But also, welcome to the 17th day of Latinx Heritage Month! Here are ten books with both kinds of rep for you to read during this overlap.

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GIVEAWAY — Sea Witch Rising by Sarah Henning

Hello, everyone! Long time, no post. But I’m coming back with a bit of announcement. Drum roll, please. Wunderkind PR is sponsoring and Ace Of Bens is hosting a giveaway of a hardcover finished copy of Sea Witch Rising by the lovely Sarah Henning! I’m well into the story myself and I’m telling you that you’re going […]

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July 2019 Wrap-Up
July 2019 Reading and Blog Wrap-up

I attempted the Reading Rush readathon and ended July with quite a few new books on my Read list. Here's to Mercury finally being out of retrograde!

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Ten Anticipated Release for the Second Half of 2019
Ten Anticipated Releases for the Second Half of 2019

We're almost halfway through July, but these lists always take me forever and I'm evidently terrible at planning ahead. Here are ten anticipated releases that I'm anticipating very patiently.

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Brooklyn, Burning by Steve Breezenoff | REVIEW

Synopsis When you’re sixteen and no one understands who you are, sometimes the only choice left is to run. If you’re lucky, you find a place that accepts you, no questions asked. And if you’re really lucky, that place has a drum set, a place to practice, and a place to sleep. For Kid, the […]

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