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Blog Tour | Sadie on a Plate by Amanda Elliot (Excerpt)

I’m so excited to be a part of the Sadie on a Plate Blog Tour! This book sounds so cute, and I am excited to provide you all with an excerpt to pique your interest. Be sure to check out the links below if you are interested in reading Sadie on a Plate. Title: Sadie on a PlateAuthor: AmandaContinue reading “Blog Tour | Sadie on a Plate by Amanda Elliot (Excerpt)”

Blog Tour | I Know Your Secret by Daphne Benedis-Grab

I’m so excited to be a part of the I Know Your Secret Blog Tour! Please remember to click the tour banner above or the schedule below to access the tour schedule. There are a lot of other amazing bloggers who are also a part of the tour. Title: I Know Your SecretAuthor: Daphne Benedis-GrabPublication date: December 7,Continue reading “Blog Tour | I Know Your Secret by Daphne Benedis-Grab”

Small Business Shoutout: Bookish Signs and More

If you follow us on Instagram, then you’ve probably seen us talk about this company! If you don’t follow us and would like to check it out, the link to our Instagram is here. We are currently a rep for Bookish Signs and More. The link to Bookish Signs and More’s Etsy page is hereContinue reading “Small Business Shoutout: Bookish Signs and More”

Podcast Recommendations: Part 1

In an effort to find new bookish influencers to follow, we decided to start a series where we recommend influencers to you! The second part of this series will be dedicated to podcasters. These are all podcasts we have listened to over the past few months. Where applicable, we’ll link their Instagrams so you canContinue reading “Podcast Recommendations: Part 1”

Booktube Recommendations: Part 1

In an effort to find new bookish influencers to follow, we decided to start a series where we recommend influencers to you! The first part of this series will be dedicated to booktubers. These are all booktubers we have watched (we love watching their videos!). Some of the recommendations will be from Skyler and someContinue reading “Booktube Recommendations: Part 1”

Our Comeback and Rebranding 2.0

As we approached the one-year anniversary of our blog(!), we decided to reflect upon our strengths and weaknesses. Our reflection led to another rebranding of our blog. We have grown tremendously this past year (both on this blog and Instagram) and moving forward, our goal is to be transparent about our blog’s content.  We knowContinue reading “Our Comeback and Rebranding 2.0”

Blogging is overwhelming: Why we’re taking a (short) hiatus

Good evening, everyone! We hope you all are having a wonderful week so far! We wanted to update you on what we have going on for the next couple of weeks. Unfortunately, we’re going to be taking a short hiatus, hopefully around two weeks. There are a few reasons for this hiatus. Danielle just hadContinue reading “Blogging is overwhelming: Why we’re taking a (short) hiatus”

2021 Reading Goals

A new year means starting new reading goals! All three of us have several reading goals for 2021. They will be listed below so that you can see what we’re trying to achieve this year. We understand that our reading goals may not be realistic for everyone and you shouldn’t feel bad if your goals areContinue reading “2021 Reading Goals”

Self-Care: What Is It All About?

Updated 1/26/21 to include Caitlin’s suggestion of meditation. As 2021 begins, we thought it would be a good idea to share some self-care ideas with everyone. The holidays just ended and we’re all struggling with COVID-19, so taking some time for yourself is always a good idea. These ideas are based on how we takeContinue reading “Self-Care: What Is It All About?”

2020 Bookish Favorites

Because 2020 was a very confusing and trying year for all of us, Danielle and Rachael wanted to share what some of their bookish favorites were for the year. All of these items were bought during 2020 and used throughout the year. We’ll provide links for those items that are still in stock. If anContinue reading “2020 Bookish Favorites”