Rough Draft Book Blurbs – May Edition

The first post for my Rough Draft Book Blurbs segment is here! In the video below I share some of the book blurbs that I imagine might have originally come to the minds of the author’s whose books I have most recently read. While I finish Arclight and we wait for the review to come on that, enjoy my face talking about books. You know, if you like that kind of stuff. Please let me know what you think!

This booktube thing has me feeling like a Mandalorian without a jet-pack, like Sokka without his boomerang, like a wizard without a wand. In other words I’m new to this, ya know?

 

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According to Kids: Arclight

What do kids think Arclight is about, just from the title? In this segment of our monthly read, we’ll figure that out. These kids are all real, these are their actual responses, and they’re about as weird and random as you would imagine. 3-year-old, name unavailable – It’s about snakes and all the snakes are […]

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What is a mother?

What is a mother? Is she the woman who stands over the grave, wondering why? Is she the girl who dreads every Monday for the judgement and the stares of her peers? Is she the woman who has so many children she can’t find a spare moment for herself? Is she the lonely young woman […]

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Introducing Our Book of May!

This month’s read is going to be Arclight by Josin L. McQuein! There was zero strategic thinking behind this pick besides the fact that it has been on my TBR list for a while, (and it was available for loan on the Overdrive app; if you don’t use Overdrive I highly, highly recommend it). Here’s […]

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Introduction To This Shiz

Welcome to my little corner of the internet! Now, let’s get this out of the way right off the bat: the url, my username, they both lie. I’m not actually here to write book reviews that focus on what I think (for the most part, anyway). Think of me more as a bridge between fictional […]

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