Hi friends! Thanks for stopping by. I’m a teacher, reader, blogger, dog lover, Hufflepuff, and abuser of exclamation points from Iowa. I love reading! I lost interest in reading for awhile, and I’m so happy to have rediscovered my first love, books, all over again. From the time I was little until I started college, I read non-stop. My parents took me to my local library every single week, and I’d check out as many books as I could fit in my library bag and read every single one throughout the week. As soon as I learned to drive, I got a job working at that same library. When I left for college, I got so busy with school and friends (and let’s be real, I got a computer) that I completely forgot about my love for reading. It wasn’t until a couple years ago when I spent money on a stack of brand new books (something I had never done before), that I really pushed myself to sit down and immerse myself in a story. I found the book community online, and immediately started falling back in love with reading. And here we are now!
Do you accept ARCs/books for review?
Absolutely. I accept books from all age levels and most genres, but please email me with a summary of the book and I’ll let you know if it’s something I’d like to read and review. I prefer physical ARCs over eARCS.I am currently only accepting diverse books for review. Books must feature marginalized characters and/or an author from a marginalized group.
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