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Sarah’s Very First Book Tag: 20 Questions

Buckle up, folks because I’m participating in my very first Book Tag post for which I was tagged by my book BFF Amanda of Bookish Brews! Check her check this post and check all the collages I made for this because ya girl is extra af.

Book Review: The Echo Wife by Sarah Gailey

Sarah Gailey, you absolute genius. Thinking of starting my own film studio over here because there is zero chance of this book not being optioned for a screen adaptation. It is that gosh darn original. 💍💍💍💍 Four stars as rated in wedding rings worn until death do us part, do us part, do us part, do us part…

My DNF List So Far In 2021 (And your chance to change my mind!)

I hit 100 followers this weekend (pretty much the best birthday gift a girl could ask for) and in honor that, I’m giving y’all a bit of sway over my TBR! So far in 2021 my DNF list stands at 12. And while I’m not super keep to revisit any of them, I’m also open to changing my mind. If you see a book that I was out of my mind to put down, give the thing a “thumbs up.” Whichever title has the most votes by one week from today (4/12) will get a genuine second chance from me. Scout’s honor!

Book Review: A Peculiar Combination by Ashley Weaver

A Peculiar Combination (Electra McDonnell #1) by Ashley Weaver 🔓🔓🔓 (three stars as rated in locks picked by deft hands and finely honed skills) Electra McDonnell does her best to avoid attention —as a career thief and a lock-pick, her livelihood depends on it. It’s not the ideal profession, but with World War II ragingContinue reading “Book Review: A Peculiar Combination by Ashley Weaver”

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Hi! My name is Sarah and I’ve been known to tell the same joke over and over until somebody laughs. Other interests include reading, climbing and pretending I can go another day without doing my laundry. I like going on long rants about climate justice and losing myself in bouts of travel envy. I am a big time proponent of intersectionality and believe in the power of books to make us better humans. I do audio book narration between climbing trips and am on a lifelong search for the best bowl of popcorn. I currently reside on the ancestral lands of the Shoshone-Bannock, known commonly as Idaho.

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