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Hey everyone! I’ve received a lot of free products to try in the past few months and I’m excited to share my opinion here! 🙂

Cat Vs Human Fairy Tails Comic Book

Cat Vs Human Fairy Tails Review First up is an adorable book of comics about cats and the people who love them…in fairy tale form! This book has retellings of fairy tales such as Rapunzel and Sleeping Beauty, with cats (and cat lovers) as the stars.

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It’s been ages since I’ve read a Sarah Dessen book! I used to love her novels in high school. (I can still remember funny lines and dreamy romance from This Lullaby, ten years later). Sadly, it had also been a long time since I read a contemporary YA fiction that I actually enjoyed. Since I always really loved the writing style and characters of Dessen’s novels as a teen, this seemed like a good choice to break that streak.

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This re-read review of Ella Enchanted is written in the format created by Belle of the Literati for her 2016 Re-Read Challenge!

when I first read

I don’t know exactly when I first picked up Ella Enchanted. The school library is where I found it, so it was between the ages of 12 and 13. I had always been a voracious reader and starting public school after having been homeschooled was tough in a lot of ways,

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I absolutely love musicals. There’s something about singing and dancing on screen that makes a movie so much more fun, and brings out the child in me who loves to sing along. My very favorite movies are musicals, but I realized recently that my knowledge of them and experience with them is extremely limited, because I haven’t actually seen very many. So I decided to create a bucket list of movie musicals that I want to see,

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I feel like these comics were written by me, if I were clever and funny and artistically talented. But instead I just sleep for 17 hours a day! And that’s okay, because adulthood is a myth anyway.

I had never heard of Sarah’s Scribbles, but the cover and description were reminiscent of Hyperbole and a Half, which I adore for being both brutally honest about what life is like as an introvert with mental health issues,

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Last year, everyone was raving about Ernest Cline because of his then-new novel, Ready Player One. I haven’t got a chance to read RPO yet, but it really sounded like something I would enjoy, and most of the reviewers who I trust gave it a really positive rating. So when I got the chance to review Armada, I jumped at it. Unfortunately, I wasn’t a huge fan of Armada. I still hope to give Cline’s other book(s) a chance,

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I really wanted to love this book. I feel like I’ve been reading through a string of books lately that I’m just “meh” about, and when I drew The Beginning of Everything out of my TBR jar, I hoped I was close to breaking that streak. It has gotten such rave reviews, and I even remember a tumblr post that was going around featuring a beautiful circle skirt a girl had made inspired by the cover.
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2016 is officially here! I love, love, love new years, because they are always full of such promise. Even if nothing actually changes significantly (which is usually the case), there is that feeling of a fresh start which is addicting to me. Here is what I’ve got planned for the year ahead!

Goals
Personal

Instead of making a huge list of resolutions for the whole year, I’m making each month about a different aspect of my life that I want to improve!

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Hey guys! Amazon is running some pretty great Kindle book deals right now that I’ve been taking full advantage of, and I wanted to share them with you! PLUS, if you are new to the Amazon app, you can use my code to get $5 free to spend on Amazon! Since these book deals are only $1.99 each, you can get 2 TOTALLY FREE kindle books and still have some left over! Please use this link to get your free $5:

https://t.co/IGxguZWpCJ

Now on to the Kindle deals!

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Hey everyone! I’m back with another bookish Mani Monday! My polish today is inspired by the middle grade series I’m currently reading, Lemony Snicket’s All The Wrong Questions. The second book in the series, “When Did You See Her Last?”, has a beautiful purple and black octopus pattern on the end papers that I fell in love with. I wanted to recreate the feel, but an octopus would have been hard to do on my nails.

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