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Bookending Spring 2020: Bring Your Photos To Life

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All about my bookstagram habits!

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OWLS: Magical Readathon

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Welcome to my OWLS post!!!

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Bookending Spring 2020: Smile for the Shelfie

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I’m participating in Bookending Spring this year, and you can find the challenge info here!

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Bookending Spring 2020: Knock Offs

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I’m participating in Bookending Spring this year, and you can find the challenge info here!

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WWW Wednesday: March 18, 2020

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WWW Wednesday is a weekly meme hosted by Sam @ Taking On A World of Words.

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#BEWinter19: Christmas book Wishlist

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Today’s prompt was from Anisa @ Bookish Bibliophile. Prompt Explanation: Christmas is only a few days away, so it’s time to make a list of the books you’d love to get under the tree! Maybe you’ll even get some! First off, an amazing prompt because I always have books both in my amazon wishlist and on

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Welcome to My #startonyourshelfathon post!

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Banner is from CW @ The Quiet Pond. #StartOnYourShelfathon is run by CW at The Quiet Pond, and the goal is to read as many unread books on your bookshelf between December 13, 2019 and December 31, 2020! Sounds exciting right? RIGHT? Do you want to join in? If so, check out this post and

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#BEWinter19: Polar Express Discussion Post

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Today’s prompt was from Danielle @ PoetryBooksYA I love watching The Polar Express movie during Christmas time. The main character boy rediscovers his love for Santa Claus and the holiday after a wild journey far from home in one night. Describe a book or experience you’ve had this year that made you rediscover your love

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#BEWinter19: Reflection Time

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Today’s prompt was from Laurie @ Laurie’s Bookshelf, and was this: December is here and that means it’s time to look back on the past year. How was your 2019 regarding books? Did you haul too many books? Did you have a great reading year? Too many (E)ARCs left? And did you pass your reading

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