Books I Wanna Re-Read

A list of books to reread

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This month has been my least creative; I can’t for the life of me summon up enough brain power to come up with something remotely interesting. But, yesterday I made a list of books I wanna re-read and that’s what this post is about.

  • Full Disclosure – Camryn Garret

I’m gonna be honest and confess that I never finished this book the first time I read it, but that has nothing to do with it being bad or anything, and more to do with my fear to face reality. From the pages I did read, there was this one scene where the main character was talking to her dad and her said to her, “it would be so much better to fail at something I love than something that already makes me feel miserable.” That has been my motto since then, because it makes so much sense to me now…

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ARC Review: Every Reason We Shouldn’t by Sara Fujimura | Romantic Tension, Korean Pastries & Ice-Skating

It's mid-February and I'm just getting around to writing my first review of the year. I know, I know, my book blogger card should be revoked but in my defence, this is only the second book I've managed to finish without completely losing hope for the YA genre. Every Reason We Shouldn't is about 15 … Continue reading ARC Review: Every Reason We Shouldn’t by Sara Fujimura | Romantic Tension, Korean Pastries & Ice-Skating

How to Declutter Your Goodreads Shelf In 3 Easy Steps

2020 started with my Goodreads Want-To-Read shelf at 515. It is now at 283.   I've paused for applause *insert applause here*   Thank you *bows graciously* Any way I got this idea when Silvia from silviareadsbooks talked about how she had removed books from her TBR that didn't interest her anymore. Lately I noticed … Continue reading How to Declutter Your Goodreads Shelf In 3 Easy Steps

ARC Review: Hope is Our Only Wing by Rutendo Tavengerwei | Hope in Times of Unrest

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“Justice? Whose justice? They kept us in pens like animals while they took all the good land and kept us from buying any of it back!” Hope Is Our Only Wing is a YA novel set in Zimbabwe about grief for a father, a familiar life, for a country lost to corruption, I can’t explain … Continue reading ARC Review: Hope is Our Only Wing by Rutendo Tavengerwei | Hope in Times of Unrest

Book Review: The Education of Margot Sanchez by Lilliam Rivera

The Education of Margot Sanchez by Lilliam Rivera focuses on Margot, a fifteen years old Latina girl who's spending her summer working in her dad's supermarket to pay back the money she stole for a shopping spree. Margot is desperately trying to fit in with the rich white kids at her new school. She changes … Continue reading Book Review: The Education of Margot Sanchez by Lilliam Rivera

ARC Review: She’s The Worst by Lauren Spieller | Sibling Relationships, Rooftop Promises and Bucket Lists

Lauren Spieller's She’s The Worst does an amazing job portraying sibling relationships and family life. April's older sister, Jenn, isn't going to Stanford like her original dream so to help her mood she decides that they need complete the bucket list that they came up with when they were younger.     She's The Worst … Continue reading ARC Review: She’s The Worst by Lauren Spieller | Sibling Relationships, Rooftop Promises and Bucket Lists