Odd One Out

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Here’s to my second read of the Reading Rush. It was also an audiobook, but with a very different plot than Monday’s Not Coming. Here’s someone else’s artsy picture of Odd One Out.

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With the Fire on High (Book Review)

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If you’ve been following this blog over the course of 2019, you know how much I love gushing about The Poet X. It was my first read of the new year and I’m thankful for that. It only made since to continue on with another one of Elizabeth Acevedo’s masterpieces.

This copy of With the Fire on High was purchased at my local bookstore, The Book Cellar, and that’s also where I took these two pictures. It’s a really cute book shop and I’m thinking about going back and taking more pictures. Comment below if you’d be interested in a post on that.

The minute I started this book, I knew I’d made a mistake.

With the Fire on High is the kind of story that requires a devotion of your day. Setting it down leads to a total dissatisfaction until you can pick it up again. I spent several nights with heavy eyelids, telling myself it would only be one more chapter.

With that being said, let’s get into the actual review.

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Watch Us Rise (Book Review)

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I don’t understand why more people aren’t talking about this book. Watch Us Rise was published on February 12th, 2019 and thankfully, my library had a copy.

This is the final book of my June Library Book Haul. I actually read all four this time. It’s been a pretty good reading month and I’m excited for the Wrap-up next week. I’ll also have to bring these beauties back to the library, but at least they’ll get to be loved by someone else.

I’ll be using the same reviewing style I did for Love, Hate, & Other Filters so please let me know if you like it, or if you’d rather I go back to my old ways.

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7 YA Books with Black Main Characters

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This blog is meant to show how easy it is to add diverse reads to your TBR. These seven books are not only diverse, but they are also great shows of representation. If you’d like to learn more about the difference between diversity and representation, make sure to check out this post by The Black Lit Queen.

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