Bookend Events, Spring 2019

BOOKENDING SPRING 2019: Books (Not) to Read During Finals Week

bookending springMy reign was short lived. But hot damn was it a time Story Tellers.

Like I said in yesterday’s prompt post, Bookending Spring has been a whirlwind of an event this year. Clo and I have been amazed at all of your participation, the work you have put in to recreating the prompts and your general enthusiasm for growing closer and meeting new people within this community!

From the bottom of our hearts, Me and Clo are thankful to each and everyone of you who signed up, hosted, and everything in between! You guys are literal gems! As today is our last day in Bookending Spring, please let us (Clo and I) know how we can better make our events by filling out this feedback form (Bookending Spring 2019: Feedback)! We did this during our winter event, and got amazing feedback from it that we implemented into our BEspring this year! So if you have a minute to spare and have thoughts or recommendations to share–please do!

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Also! Be sure to make your way over to our twitter channel today at as me and Clo will be taking over with a Twitter chat! Head on over to @Bookend_events for more details! Without further ado! Let’s waddle into today’s prompt!

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-TODAY’S PROMPT-

Books Not to Read During Finals Week
Soul sucking and captivating books that will keep you hooked on the story and not on your studies

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Bookend Events, Spring 2019

BOOKENDING SPRING 2019: Spring Reading List

bookending springBookending Spring is thriving as we make our way to the end of our first week! I am in a constant state of smiles and snorts as I read everyone’s posts and chat with you guys through Twitter (@bookend_events if you haven’t followed, you totally should!)! Continuing my reign here as host our next prompt  from AJ @ For the Love of Diversity in Books is all about things to be read!

So without further ado, let’s get into today’s prompt!

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-TODAY’S PROMPT-

Spring Reading List
My TBR for Spring, share your TBR for Spring!

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Bookend Events, Spring 2019

BOOKENDING SPRING 2019: 30 Books I’d Keep If I Were Marie Kondo

bookending springBookending Spring is in full swing and is thriving! I am absolutely smitten reading everyone’s posts and our hosts prompts so far! If you follow us on Twitter (@bookend_events, which you totally should be to stay up-to date on what’s happening in the event) then you would know that I have taken over hosting for the next four days! Prompts will be the same don’t worry! You just get to see my glorious face instead in your comments/interacting with you!

If you are doing prompts from AJ please continue to credit her as the creator of this prompts, but go ahead and tag me as the host (so you will be linking two people instead of just one!)

Today’s prompt was created by the lovely AJ @ For The Love Of Diversity In Books! Make sure to head over to her blog to see her content as well as the original prompt!

Without further ado! Let’s waddle into today’s prompt!

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30 Books I’d Keep If I Were Marie Kondo
Hailey in Bookland did this in her channel and I think it’d be fun to do it as well, because we love de-cluttering books not worthy of space in our shelves. 😁 So list out thirty books that you would keep if you were Marie Kondo!

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Reviews

Lingus by Mariana Zapata [ REVIEW]

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LingusGenres: New Adult, Contemporary Romance
Publisher: Independently Published
Publication Date: February 8th 2012
Source: Bought
Format: ebook
Rating: fangirlstarsfangirlstarsfangirlstarsfangirlstarsfangirlstars

Most people would describe Katherine Berger as a responsible girl with a big heart, a loyal friend who takes care of those close to her, and the possessor of a wicked sense of humor. There was something about her that most people didn’t know. “My name is Kat Berger, and I love porn.” 

When twenty-five-year-old Kat is dragged to a porn convention by her best friend, she’s both embarrassed and nervous. The last thing she ever expected was to meet someone who makes her laugh like no other. This is a story about acceptance and friendship, and a love born out of the most unexpected of places.

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