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My 13 Favourite Slow Paced Books

Hi everyone, it’s Sabrina again!  Typically, I would consider myself to have a preference for fast paced books, but in April I was lucky enough to read two slow paced books that I thought were fantastic.  It got me thinking about other slow paced books that I have loved, so that’s what my post is… Continue reading My 13 Favourite Slow Paced Books

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Recommending My Favorite Audiobooks Pt. 2

Hello friends, Veronika here! As some of you know, I fell in love with audiobooks this year; they allow me to keep reading while I'm doing something else and, even better, they have kept me company even as I struggled with reading physical-books and ebooks. Because you all enjoyed my previous posts on audiobooks, I… Continue reading Recommending My Favorite Audiobooks Pt. 2

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Holiday Gift Guide for Book Lovers

Hello friends! Vera here, this time with a holiday gift guide for those of you who would like to spoil your loved ones with books this holiday season. Or yourselves.. it's 2020, we all deserve to spoil ourselves, me thinks. 😊 For those of you who do not celebrate Christmas, this list can also work… Continue reading Holiday Gift Guide for Book Lovers

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Recommending My Favorite Books With Yearning

I feel like everyone - or most of everyone - loves books that are filled with yearning and who can blame us? I don't have a problem with couples who have a fast, strong connection but characters who take their time getting together for one reason or another and who yearn and pine for each… Continue reading Recommending My Favorite Books With Yearning

Wrap Up

2020 Challenge Check In: A Mixture of Success and Failure

Hi everyone!  Today we’re here to give you an update on how we're doing with the challenges we signed up for this year.  There are some mixed results, but overall I think we're going pretty well and are on track to complete our goals by the time the year is out! VERA The Book Blog… Continue reading 2020 Challenge Check In: A Mixture of Success and Failure

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Beware These LIES You May Have Heard About Reading

Hey everyone, it's Sabrina!  I know this title might sound alarming, but I promise today's post is a mostly light-hearted one.  I'm talking about all the things that people have said to me about books and reading that are simply not true - I'm sure you'll have heard a lot of these too!  Let's get… Continue reading Beware These LIES You May Have Heard About Reading

TBR

My Overwhelmingly Large TBR Pile For Swiftathon 2020

Hello friends! As you can see from the title, I'm here with something a little different today - I'm going to be sharing my Swift-a-thon TBR! This readathon revolves around Taylor Swift's Lover album, aka one of my favorite albums ever. That said, it's not my favorite by Taylor - 1989 and Reputation would both… Continue reading My Overwhelmingly Large TBR Pile For Swiftathon 2020

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The Worst Reads of the Second Half of 2019

Hello friends! I don't think "worst" read lists are all that popular these days, at least I don't really see them around, but I love to write and read them. I think ranting is fun especially if you find fellow readers/bloggers who are on the same opinion as you, or if someone tells you why… Continue reading The Worst Reads of the Second Half of 2019

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27 Splendid Short Books That Could Help You Complete Your Reading Challenges

For those who have signed up for multiple reading challenges and wish to complete all of them, the end of the year can be a torture. Admittedly, I'm speaking from experience - I've gotten good at only doing the yearly Goodreads challenge and aiming for a very doable number, but I used to sign up… Continue reading 27 Splendid Short Books That Could Help You Complete Your Reading Challenges

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7 Unreliable Narrators You Don’t Want To Miss

Love them or hate them, unreliable narrators can make a book 1000x more fun. There's something so captivating about a person who might be lying through their teeth while pretending to be completely transparent. Don't get me wrong, not every unreliable narrator is skillfully written - but they don't deserve a bad rep just because… Continue reading 7 Unreliable Narrators You Don’t Want To Miss