The Lost Queen by Signe Pike

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Today I have a fun review with an author Q&A!

I’d like to thank Simon & Schuster for giving me this opportunity!

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August Wrap Up

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Welcome back to my blog! I cannot believe that August is over already, the months seem to be flying by, and it’s honestly really disorienting to think that the end of the year is only a couple months away!

Personally, I’m getting very stressed out because I have my certification test in a month and I don’t know how difficult I’ll find it, failing is my worst nightmare!

I’m now taking a break from studying to share all the books I managed to finish in the month of August!

Let’s get into it!

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The Wicked King by Holly Black

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Time for another review, this one is for a novel that I have been excited to read since January of 2018, so you couldn’t imagine my excitement when I received this novel for review!

I received this novel from Hachette Book Group Canada in return for an honest review. I’d like to thank them so much for providing me with an ARC for this incredible novel.

Let’s jump into the review shall we!

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Top Ten Tuesday ~ Best Covers

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Welcome back for another Top Ten Tuesday post! I know I started this and then skipped a couple Tuesday’s, but I am back and ready to share!

This week I wanted to talk about my top ten favourite covers – that I’ve recently been loving!

Let’s get into it!

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August TBR

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Today I’m bringing to you all my August TBR! This TBR is a bit ambitious, especially since I have to spend the majority of this month studying for my nursing certification test, but I think that I can somehow do it!

There is a lot to talk about for this post, so I’m just going to jump right into it!

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July Wrap Up

It’s time for my July Wrap Up, and I can’t tell you how happy I am with how much I managed to read this month! It definitely didn’t feel like an abundant amount of books, but it was a lot more than I usually read!

I hope you all had an amazing reading month as well, be sure to comment below which books you decided to pick up this month and if you had any stand out reads!

Let’s jump into it!

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Top Ten Tuesday ~ Amnesia

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So I’m trying out a new series on my blog, which will feature 10 books every Tuesday. In this series I’ll talk about 10 books relating to the topic I’ve picked for the week!

This week I wanted to talk about 10 books that made me wish I had amnesia so I could immediately re-read them without remembering what happened.

It’s a pretty self-explanatory topic, so I’m just going to jump right into the post!


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That’s Not What Happened by Kody Keplinger

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I know it’s been a while, but I have a new review for you guys for a book that I really enjoyed!

I was sent this book from Scholastic in return for an honest review, and I am so excited to finally hash out all of my thoughts regarding the novel!

Let’s jump into it!

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Night Film by Marisha Pessl

Oh my goodness guys, this novel is one that I still have not fully digested. It was incredibly confusing, yet such a hard read to put down.

That being said, I don’t really want to wait much longer to share my feelings about this novel, so let’s jump into the review!

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Learning to Breathe by Janice Lynn Mather (Blog Tour + Author Written Piece)

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Today is my day for the Learning to Breathe blog tour being run by Simon & Schuster!

I am so excited for this because I thoroughly enjoyed this novel and I’m so very excited to share the written piece by Janice Lynn Mather!

Let’s jump right into it!

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