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    Book Chat February 2021

    It’s time for a look at January’s books! You can find my last book chat here. I’m going to try and keep my goodreads account up to date this year, but no promises on that one. Colton (A Wild Man Novel) | Sky and Colton never thought they see each other again after that night in Colorado when they were teenagers. Fate suddenly brings them together, and neither can believe it. However, Sky and Colton are both running from different things. Can they work it out for true love? 5/5 stars. Y’all this book is everything. I loved every part of it. It’s got drama, it’s got love, it’s got…

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    December Book Chat

    Welcome to this month’s book chat! Y’all, I truly think book chats are my favorite posts to write every month. Disclaimer: I am an Amazon affiliate and may receive compensation. All opinions are my own. Know My Name by Chanel Miller Everyone remembers the story of the Standford swimmer who sexually assaulted the young woman behind a dumpster at a frat party. What we don’t remember is her name. This is the memoir of Chanel Miller, the young woman who no longer wants to be known as Emily Doe. Instead, she wants you to say her name. Real life connection to the book This book talks about how we as…

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    Book Chat {November 2020}

    Hi y’all, I cannot believe I haven’t done a book chat since June! This book chat is super long, and it’s not even complete. I’ll be doing another post to share even more books that I’ve read since June. Trust Me by Margaret Watson- 4.5/5 stars Raine Taylor is concerned about one thing: catching her sister’s killer. Connor Donovan, local detective, is called about a disturbance…little does he know how that little disturbance will change his life. Raine’s one goal in life puts her at risk, can Connor save her? Loved this one! The story has a variety of twists and turns which I love. When you think you have…

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    Book Chat: Children’s Books

    Hi y’all, You all seem to love my monthly book chats so I wanted to share with you some children’s books, too. As a Reading teacher, I absolutely love sharing new books with my class and I’m so glad y’all love to read as much as I do. These books were all assigned or I picked them for my Children’s Literature course I’m taking for grad school at UVA. I have finished all but 3 for the class, but I still wanted to go ahead and share them so if you wanted to request them for your classroom you had time to. Amelia Lost: The Life and Disappearnace of Amelia…