Mar 24
Unbox Me: The Happie Scrappie March Box

Unbox Me: The Happie Scrappie March Box

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Happie Scrappie Kit is a monthly subscription tailored for stationary, planner, and kawaii (cute) junkies. Anyone who likes receiving cute items related to planners and stationary, this might be the box for you. Their planner inserts are made for Personal-size or A5 planners. There’s a certain theme to each kit and they let you know ahead of time in their newsletter what will be in the box, in case you… Read more »

Mar 21
Unbox Me: March Uppercase Box

Unbox Me: March Uppercase Box

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Uppercase Box is a monthly subscription box for readers featuring one newly released Young Adult book and a few book-related goodies. It costs $23 plus $6 shipping (US). Check out last month’s Uppercase box selection and my thoughts on it. Here is the full box with all the bookish goodies: And here are the products individually: Rebel of the Sands by Alwyn Hamilton with signed bookplate and stickers – $18.99… Read more »

Mar 17
Unbox Me: The Planner Addict Box – March 2016

Unbox Me: The Planner Addict Box – March 2016

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The Planner Addict Box is a monthly subscription box for planner junkies like myself. It features sticky notes, washi, pens, stickers, etc. Everything you need for your planner! The cost: $15.00 + $3.00 shipping (US) Check out all my previous subscription box reviews. Here is the full box with all the products: And here are the products individually: Exclusive PAB “Carpe Diem” rose gold pen – I LOVE this pen!… Read more »

Mar 16
Blog Tour: Book Review – Rough Rhythm by Tessa Bailey

Blog Tour: Book Review – Rough Rhythm by Tessa Bailey

Adult Book Reviews, Blog Tours 1 ★★★

One Line: Too hot to handle! In My Opinion: Add to cart! Tessa gives readers yet another scorcher with Rough Rhythm. Lita and James really like it rough and crazy, both privately and publicly. Their relationship is pretty intense and when I met them in the first book in this series, I definitely wanted to know more about their past and their connection. The book itself, as well as the… Read more »

Mar 15
Unbox Me: The Happie Scrappie Box

Unbox Me: The Happie Scrappie Box

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You all know I’m a subscription junkie and since I’ve recently become a planner junkie as well (yes, I have a lot of vices, lol) I’ve been looking for decently-priced boxes catering to planner nerds and the like. Happie Scrappie is a subscription-based service that features kawaii (cute) items as well as useful items for those who love stationary, planners, pens, etc. Each month features a different theme, with various… Read more »

Mar 14
Blog Tour: Book Review & Giveaway – Red by Leisl Shurtliff

Blog Tour: Book Review & Giveaway – Red by Leisl Shurtliff

Blog Tours, Children's Book Reviews 0 ★★★

One Line: A different and entertaining take on Little Red Riding Hood. In My Opinion: Add to cart! I do love a retelling that’s entertaining and different than what you’re used to. Shurtliff defies much of what you’d expect from Red’s tale and turned it into a funny and thought-provoking story for young readers. Take what you thought you knew about Red and the big bad Wolf, add a bit… Read more »

Mar 07
Blog Tour: Book Review – Tell Me Three Things by Julie Buxbaum

Blog Tour: Book Review – Tell Me Three Things by Julie Buxbaum

Blog Tours, Young Adult Book Reviews 1 ★★★★½

One Line: I couldn’t stop reading it. So good! In My Opinion: Add to cart! Anyone who knows me knows that Contemporary YA is one of the hardest genres for me to get into. I just can’t seem to connect to the characters, the romance is off, and the plot just doesn’t move the way I like. I kind of made my peace with the notion that this just wasn’t… Read more »

Feb 18
Book Review: The Power by Jennifer L. Armentrout

Book Review: The Power by Jennifer L. Armentrout

New Adult Book Reviews 1 ★★★★½

One Line: Josie and Seth have easily become one of my fave OTPs. In My Opinion: Add to cart! When Jen does a spin-off series, she does it well. The Power took what The Return had and made it even better. It’s in this book that you see just how much Seth has grown and changed. He still has those “he’s a jerk” moments, but there’s a lot of realness… Read more »