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Anticipated Releases: March 2019

Happy Thursday Storytellers! February’s death is fast approaching, but to make up for us getting that much farther into 2019 (which I hope is going great for you all!) the Book fairies have granted us mere mortals a bounty of books to be released in the month of March!

My anticipated releases for March are about the same size as this months own, but I feel like I am missing tons of goodies due to me constantly being in a valentine’s day candy coma–so if you have any books you can’t wait to read that come out next month, throw ’em at me!

With that said, let’s munch on some heart-shaped Reese’s and get on into my happy dance!

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January Book Haul

I have no excuse.

It’s literally not even Christmas or my birthday so I don’t even know why I have accumulated THIS many books in the month of January. I guess you could say I went a tiny bit overboard…

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proof of me having no self-control

I know. I’m shook too.

Before I get into the bounty of which my kindle and shelves cry out to in joy, let me preface this with I am a super frugal and hella cheap person. Most–if not all– of these purchases were deals from bookbub.com, amazon, audible, etc. which amounted to many of them being free, as well as through my carefully thought out monthly book budget as I have placed reading and supporting authors and the arts a priority when planning my personal finances. With that being said, take a look at my walk of shamelessness. Continue reading “January Book Haul”

reviews

Watch Us Rise by Rene Watson & Ellen Hagan [ARC REVIEW]

Watch Us RiseGenres: Young Adult, Contemporary
Publisher: Bloomsbury YA
Publication Date: February 12th 2019
Source: Netgalley
Format: eARC
Rating: fangirlstarsfangirlstarsfangirlstarsfangirlstarsfangirlstars

Jasmine and Chelsea are sick of the way women are treated even at their progressive NYC high school, so they decide to start a Women’s Rights Club. They post everything online—poems, essays, videos of Chelsea performing her poetry, and Jasmine’s response to the racial macroaggressions she experiences—and soon they go viral. But with such positive support, the club is also targeted by online trolls. When things escalate, the principal shuts the club down. Jasmine and Chelsea will risk everything for their voices—and those of other young women—to be heard.

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Stunning. Continue reading “Watch Us Rise by Rene Watson & Ellen Hagan [ARC REVIEW]”

Movies, On Screen

Book-to-Movie Adaptations I’m Excited For

2019 is making itself known in one of the greatest ways possible–adaptions. Now I am a lover and a hater of book to film adaptations, because more often than not the book is always better. However, there have always been a select few that have surpassed the bar of their originator and brought more depth and emotion through the lens rather than through the words.

With a little over 50 different adaptions announced for both TV and Film, I am super stocked for what 2019 has to offer the bookish community and the fans of these beloved books.

As usual, grab some popcorn, get a notepad out, and a take a look at a few of the book to film adaptations that I am stupid excited to see! Continue reading “Book-to-Movie Adaptations I’m Excited For”