The Disney Channel Halloween Movies Tag!

I have to be honest here: I love doing tags, but I never had access to Disney Channel growing up, so I don’t know anything about most of these movies (I know, it’s heart-breaking). But with Halloween being here in a week, I knew it was still the perfect tag to give me the Halloween-y feels! Thanks to the radiant Rendz @ Reading with Rendz for tagging me!

Let’s get to it!


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Poetry Review- Glimmerglass Girl by Holly Walrath

 

Glimmerglass Girl
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Glimmerglass Girl by Holly Lyn Walrath

 

  • Genre: Poetry
  • Length: 30 pages
  • Pub Date: August 3rd, 2018
  • Source: I received a copy from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review
  • My Rating: ★★★★☆

The short version: These poems are so well-written, and even the poems I didn’t personally connect with were strikingly beautiful.


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Let’s Talk: 4 of my most unpopular opinions- AKA my bad blogger confessions

Happy Saturday to all you amazing people! I hope you have an incredible weekend ahead of you!

For this week’s Tuesday’s Tidbit, I wrote a post talking about how bloggers shouldn’t be afraid to post their most controversial or unpopular opinions, so I thought I’d follow it up by posting some of mine!

Here’s the thing: I have a ton of unpopular opinions, so this is gonna have to be a two part series!

So, without any further ado, the first set of my most unpopular opinions! (Please, don’t judge me too harshly!)


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Top 5 Fall Faves!

Happy Tuesday (again)! It’s been ages since I’ve done a Top 5 Tuesday, hosted by the wonderful Shanah @ BionicBookworm, but I couldn’t pass up the opportunity to talk about my favorite fall reads!

Technically the topic is cozy fall reads, but I’d only call a few of these books “cozy.” The rest are books that I reread (or plan to reread) every fall!

So, without further ado, my Top 5 Fall Faves!


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Ryann’s 3 Rules for DNF-ing

Hi there, fellow readers! I hope you all have awesome weekend ahead of you!

The other day (aka quite a while ago), I was reading Mandy’s post about DNF book reviews, and it got me thinking about my own DNF habits. If you read Mandy’s post, you’ll notice she says she’s the Queen of Not Finishing Books. I just happen to be the opposite. I have only DNF’d six books in my entire life.

It’s not that I’m a miracle among readers, someone who magically loves almost every book I touch, turning it into a five-star read every time a book touches my fingers. It’s just that I have a pretty specific list of rules for DNF-ing a book, and I’ll read a book to the end if it doesn’t line up with these reasons, even if I don’t necessarily like it.


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