Netgalley Next #17

One of our reading goals is working on our Netgalley feedback ratio. Eventually we want to get it to 80%. And to help motivate us we decided to do this new post every week. We pick three of our eARCs and based on the first line, paragraph, or page we decide which one we’ll read next. Let’s take a look at today’s picks for this week’s Netgalley Next!

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Netgalley Next #13

One of our reading goals is working on our Netgalley feedback ratio. Eventually we want to get it to 80%. And to help motivate us we decided to do this new post every week. We pick three of our eARCs and based on the first line, paragraph, or page we decide which one we’ll read next. Let’s take a look at today’s picks for this week’s Netgalley Next! Continue reading “Netgalley Next #13”

Netgalley Next #11

One of our reading goals is working on our Netgalley feedback ratio. Eventually we want to get it to 80%. And to help motivate us we decided to do this new post every week. We pick three of our eARCs and based on the first line, paragraph, or page we decide which one we’ll read next. Let’s take a look at today’s picks for this week’s Netgalley Next!
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Bookish Beginnings on Friday | I’m the Girl – Courtney Summers

We have a lot of eARC’s and we want to promote them a little bit more. So we decided to do some more Bookish Beginnings On Friday. Today I want to take a look at I’m the Girl by Courtney Summers. I’m not completely sure what to think of her books, but I want to try at least one more time. So let’s take a look! Continue reading “Bookish Beginnings on Friday | I’m the Girl – Courtney Summers”

Netgalley Next #5

One of our reading goals is working on our Netgalley feedback ratio. Eventually we want to get it to 80%. And to help motivate us we decided to do this new post every week. We pick three of our eARC’s and based on the first line, paragraph, or page we decide which one we’ll read next. Let’s take a look at today’s picks! Continue reading “Netgalley Next #5”

Review | Three Kisses, One Midnight – Roshani Chokshi, Sandhya Menon & Evelyn Skye

This was one of my latest Netgalley eARC’s and to be honest, I didn’t plan on picking it up so fast. But than I used it for a Netgalley Next and all of a sudden I wanted to read it right away. I love when a book (and a post) throws you for a loop! After finishing this one pretty quickly, I of course wanted to share my thoughts with you. So let’s jump in!
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Review | You’re Invited – Amanda Jayatissa

I downloaded this eARC on a whim to be honest, but as soon as I started it I was invested. So today I want to share my thoughts on this adult psychological thriller. Let’s jump in!
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Netgalley Next #3

One of our reading goals is working on our Netgalley feedback ratio. Eventually we want to get it to 80%. And to help motivate us we decided to do this new post every week. We pick three of our eARC’s and based on the first line, paragraph, or page we decide which one we’ll read next. Let’s take a look at today’s picks! Continue reading “Netgalley Next #3”

Bookish Item| eARC Priorities Part 2

So last week Isabelle talked about the e-arcs she really wants to make a priority. After reading this post it got me thinking about what eARCs I really need to get to ASAP. And believe me there are quite a few, so I’ll talk about the first batch today. Keep on reading to see what my eARC priorities are!

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Bookish Item | eARC Priorities

I have way too many eARC’s I want to read right this second. Unfortunately I just don’t have the time to read them all right away. But some of them I have higher on my priority list than others, so I thought why not share which eARC’s I want to read first from my long tbr list? Keep on reading and find out which eARC’s I plan on picking up first! Continue reading “Bookish Item | eARC Priorities”