Book Tour: Pride and Premeditation by Tirzah Price

Well, better late than never, right?! Welcome to my (late) stop on the TBR and Beyond Tours Book Tour for Pride and Premeditation (Jane Austen Murder Mystery #1) by Tirzah Price. This cover, my word! I plan on picking this one up over the summer to officially read and review, but for now be sure to scroll all the way to the bottom to see the tour schedule for other content creators.

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Review: Parasol Protectorate Series (or at least what I read)

Well this started out will good intensions. I started this series in January 2021 and I wanted to review it, but I didn’t have a lot to say about the first in the series. So I decided that I’d my first ever series review! I had planned to talk a little bit about each book individually, and hopefully a review of what I thought as a whole, that way it’ll all be in one place. What ended up happening… I read books 1 and 2 then ended up reading about 1/3 of book 3 and decided to DNF (Did Not Finish) it. So here’s what I thought of the series (or at least of what I read).

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Friday Favourites | Favourite Books as a Kid

Friday Favourites was originally hosted by Kibby on Something of the Book, but is now hosted by Geeky Galaxy. The rules are:

  • There is a list of bookish topics
  • Write up your post, however you feel, following the topic. Your list can be a list of 2 or a list of 50, whatever you feel like. Go wild!
  • Don’t want to write your favourites? I fully support a list of least favourites too!
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2021 April TBR

I can’t believe it’s already April! I have a few that I have to read, some that ARCs I want to read, and just some others to throw in the mix. I’m participating in Reading Rivalry (a Facebook reading group) again this month, but this time I think I’ll wait until my wrap up to say which books fit which prompts. Same with TBR and Beyond’s Egg Hunt (ran by TBR and Beyond Book Club). Alright, I think that’s everything so let’s dive right in.

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Book Tour: The Accidental Apprentice (Wilderlore #1) by Amanda Foody | Review

Welcome to my stop on the TBR and Beyond Tours Book Tour for The Accidental Apprentice (Wilderlore #1) by Amanda Foody. I loved Foody’s other series so when a tour came up for it, I couldn’t help but join. Be sure to scroll all the way to the bottom to see the tour schedule for other content creators.

Thank you to Amanda Foody and Margaret K McElderry Books for providing me with an ARC for this review

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Friday Favourites | Books That Should Really Be A Film/TV Show by Now

Friday Favourites was originally hosted by Kibby on Something of the Book, but is now hosted by Geeky Galaxy. The rules are:

  • There is a list of bookish topics
  • Write up your post, however you feel, following the topic. Your list can be a list of 2 or a list of 50, whatever you feel like. Go wild!
  • Don’t want to write your favourites? I fully support a list of least favourites too!
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Book Tour: My Last Summer with Cass by Mark Crilley | Review & Favourite Panels

Welcome to my stop on the TBR and Beyond Tours Book Tour for My Last Summer with Cass by Mark Crilley. I was so excited when we scheduled this tour and couldn’t wait to start. Be sure to scroll all the way to the bottom to see the tour schedule for other content creators.

Thank you to Mark Crilley and Little, Brown Books for Young Readers for providing me with an ARC for this review.

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2021 March Mid-Month Wrap Up

During the mid-month wrap up you’ll see all the books I’ve read before it’s posted (as close to the 15th as I can get it) and a link to the review post or I’ll give a quick (couple sentences) review along with a star rating. During the month wrap up, I’ll give stats and show off what I read after the mid-month wrap up.

This first half was fully of slow progress, but I’m hoping a couple of rereads will get me back into my groove.

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