I ORIGINALLY CAME BACK TO THIS TWO DAYS AGO FOR A QUICK RECAP IN PREP FOR THIS REVIEW AND WAYFARER BUT I JUST ENDED UP RE-READING IT AGAIN AND THEN ALL THE FEELS CAME FLOODING BACK SDKFHSOIDFHS.
currently re-reading ACOTAR when I realised that I didn't have a review up for Passenger by Alexandra Bracken even though I read it so early last year! Can't wait for Wayfarer to be released adkfhaliudfh. I think I might do a post on how to get out of reading slumps or a book tag as well as a review because I haven't really been doing anything "fun" recently. Ok keeping this short and sweet guys, like always :)
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Greetings fellow blog readers, I AM SO SORRY. I know I have updated you a couple of months ago that I would be back, but that has not happened, but I am sure of it this time that I am back and off hiatus :)) I have been in a massive reading slump and I felt like I could not read (<--- WHAT TRASH IS THAT SDFBS) to the point I deleted Goodreads on my phone akdhf. BUT I can assure you that I will be back, posting like usual (twice a week) and continuing where I left off.
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