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Currently Reading: 

Monthly TBR: 

ARCs: Broken Things by Lauren Oliver, Me and Me by Alice Kuipers, and Jack of Hearts (and Other Parts) by L. C. Rosen

Books: LIFEL1K3 by Jay Kristoff, The Girl from the Well by Rin Chupeco, Toil and Trouble  edited by Tess Sharpe and Jessica Spotswood, and Shadow of Night by Deborah Harkness

Monthly Reading Goals: Get out of reading slump

Book Club Pick: 

Current Favorite Genres: YA Fantasy and Sci-Fi

Important/Exciting Updates:

Spookathon and Witchathon are upon us! To learn more about these readathons, be sure to check out the calendar below!

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Thank you again for designing this stunning logo for me!

Bookish Box Subscriptions:


Get your own OwlCrate box/subscription here*. November’s theme is RISE FROM THE ASHES. The November book pick is a harrowing tale of a girl kidnapped from her village and forced into a life of slavery as a concubine at the royal palace. There she’ll have to work together with the other girls under control of this vicious king, and they’ll need all of their wits and strength to survive. OwlCrate will be including an EXCLUSIVE and a SIGNED edition of this book with exclusive end pages and a stunning map (my book guess)!

Fairy LootGet your own FairyLoot box/subscription here. November’s Theme is BATTLES AND GALAXIES. Boxes are on sale now! Sci-Fi boxes may not be everyone’s thing, but if there was ever a book to read as your first YA Sci-Fi adventure this would be it − it’s so incredibly AMAZING! Imagine How To Train Your Dragon set in space, but instead of a dragon there’s a talking spaceship (who is absolutely hilarious). This book is written by a very famous fantasy author, and we’re so thrilled to be featuring his book this month (my book guess — I have no idea so this is probs wrong)! If you are located in the USA or Canada, you will receive a copy of this book with a signed bookplate stuck in. If you are not in the USA or Canada, you will receive a book with sprayed edges. Everyone will get a letter from the author. Both editions are so stunning that we cannot wait for you to see them! I don’t know about you guys, but I’m jealous of those sprayed edges my friends over the pond are going to get. You can learn more about the November box here. To get a discount, be sure follow FairyLoot’s reps on Instagram & BookTube!

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