The Earth, My Butt and Other Big Round Things is an older book that got a modern makeover on its 15th anniversary. I ended up reading this, because I requested The Universe is Expanding and so Am I on Netgalley way too long ago, haha. I didn’t realize it was the sequel when I did.
So I decided to listen to the first book on Storytel, so I can finally tackle one of the overdue ARCs on Netgalley. Keep on reading to find out what I thought of The Earth, My Butt and Other Big Round Things.
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If you’ve been following the blog for awhile, then you know I’m a big fan of contemporary books. The How and the Why is one that caught my attention when it released and I finally got around to reading it. Last month I saw that the audiobook was on Storytel and I knew I needed to finally read this one. Keep on reading to find out what I thought of this book!
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I love 10 Things I Hate About You so of course I’m going to be intrigued by a book called 10 Things I Hate About Pinky. At the start of the year I read Of Curses and Kisses by Sandhya Menon but was pretty disappointed by it. Everyone seems to love the When Dimple met Rishi books so I decided to give Pinky a go! And I was not disappointed at all. Let’s dive into my review. Continue reading “Review | 10 Things I Hate About Pinky – Sandhya Menon”
After reading Be Not Far From Me earlier this year, I was really curious about Mindy McGinnis’ other books. Heroine was one I’ve seen around for awhile and saw that it was available on Storytel. I can tell you that this author really knows how to suck you into a story!
I do want to start off by saying that this book has major trigger warnings. Before you read this book, you should know that drug use/abuse, overdosing, addiction and even goes into detail how these drugs are used. Be warned when you pick it up!
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Besides being a big fan of contemporary books, I love watching romantic comedies. What can I say, I love the grand gestures and the happily ever afters! The Falling in Love Montage seemed like a book I just needed to read for that reason. I’m really happy I picked this one up and want to talk about this book today. Keep on reading for my thoughts on The Falling in Love Montage!
Continue reading “Review| The Falling in Love Montage – Ciara Smyth”
The Black Flamingo is a book we’ve been hearing a lot about and seeing everywhere. It’s a book both of us were really interested in. We found it on Storytel and listened to the audiobook. Today we want to share our thoughts on this book. Keep on reading to find out more!
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As you know, May is often seen as middle grade May. I decided to get an early start and listened to Dear Sweet Pea. This was my first book by Julie Murphy and I enjoyed it! Keep on reading to find out what I thought about this book.
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I don’t think I need to say that I’m a big fan of romance, haha. That being said, I always like trying out new books. Christina Lauren is a duo that I definitely know about, but haven’t read much by. I think the only book I reviewed is Autoboyography. A friend of mine was listening to Josh and Hazel’s Guide to Not Dating and said it was really good.
At that moment, I was looking for a new romance to start and decided to give this one a go. Did I end up enjoying this book? Let’s take look!
Continue reading “Review| Josh and Hazel’s Guide to Not Dating – Christina Lauren”
Mindy McGinnis is an author I’ve heard a lot of positive things about, but I just haven’t had the chance to pick up one of her books. That was until her newest release, Be Not Far From Me, was put on Storytel. After hearing so many amazing things about this author, I decided to listen to this audiobook. Today I’m going to give you my thoughts about this book.
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We Used To Be Friends was released in January and it’s not one that I saw around a lot. Then I saw a couple of reviews and it sounded like a book I needed to read. I was happy to see if was available on Storytel and I listened to it last week when I was on the bus to work. Today I wanted to tell you what I thought. Let’s take a look!
Continue reading “Review| We Used To Be Friends – Amy Spalding”