The Rip It or Ship It Tag-Part 2


I meant to post this tag on Valentine’s Day. Then, life happened. So, this post is arriving in your reader 3 days late. XD 😉 But, anyways, today I will be doing the Rip It or Ship It tag. I’ve done it once before, about a year and a half ago, and had a great time.

The Rip it or Ship It tag is all about ships! Sticking two characters from different books together and seeing if they’d make a good couple. If they do you ship it, if they don’t you…um…rip it. I wrote down the names of ten female characters and put them in one pile and wrote down the names of ten male ones and put them in another pile.


Each pair was made by randomly selecting one piece of paper from each pile. If I pulled two characters from the same book, I re-picked. I tried to spread the love between popular books and not so popular ones.

This tag always produces some interesting results, so let’s get started!

Oh, and I hope you enjoy a bit of snowy day bookish photography to go along with the post.

This post contains minor spoilers for multiple books.

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Hide and Seek Book Tag

Hide and Seek Blog Tour

Today’s post is really special. Today’s post is part of the blog tour for Hide and Seek, a book written by one of my dear blogging friends, Mya. I’m really excited.

About the Book:



Amara Clark is haunted. When her childhood friend, Asher, vanished during a seemingly ordinary game of hide and seek, she was left bewildered and alone.

Now, eight years later, memories of Asher are coming back to haunt her and she struggles to decipher the meaning of his disappearance. In a terrifying sequence of events, she comes to the deadly realization that a simple game of hide and seek can be much more dangerous than one might think.

Before they know it, Amara and her best friend, Rowan, are whisked away on a journey to find Asher and take down the sinister group that is holding him captive. But time is running out, and saving one friend could mean losing another.

Where to Find the Book





About the Author:



Mya Gray is a teenager with a knack for words: when she isn’t penning a story, she can be found reading, taking photos, or blogging. Her dreams range from becoming a well-known author to fostering shelter kittens. Mya is a homeschooled high school student who resides in the Midwest with her parents, three siblings, and cat, Cupcake. Stay up to date with her and her writing on her website,

For my part of the tour, Mya and I created a book tag inspired by her book. Check out her part here. Let’s get started!


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Books I Hope to Read Before the End of 2018

Can you believe that we’re nearing the end of 2018? I can still remember New Year’s Eve, 2017! There are still so many books I’d like to read, though. I don’t know if I’ll be able to finish them all before the end of the year, but I hope to finish most of them.

Let’s get started!

Note: These are in no particular order

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A Wreath of Presents-What I Got For Christmas 2017



I hope you all had a great holiday season! I know that I did. Before I start with the New Year’s posts (Not possible), I thought that it would be fun to share some of the bookish items that I got for Christmas. I called this post “A Wreath of Presents” because that is the collective noun that I created for a group of presents.

I do not mean at all to make you feel bad by this post. I just wanted to share what I got because I like these types of posts. I’m really grateful for everything that I got from my family, friends, and Santa.

So let’s get started!

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Talking About Used Book Stores

Welcome back Winged Readers! (That’s what I’m calling you now) Yesterday, I went to the library to get way too many books! I was able to check out some classics and the second book in a series, so I was very happy about that.

Afterwards, my family and I stopped at a used book store and I was able to purchase (Can you guess it?) more books! Now, I know that many book bloggers buy their books from Barnes and Noble, or Amazon, or check them out from the library. So, you all might not be familiar with used book stores.

Or, your immediate thought after hearing/reading “Used book store” is “Gasp, someone else has already read it! Which makes it ruined! So noooooooooooooo!” If that was your reaction, think again. Because today, I will be sharing with you some reasons to love used book stores!

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4 Signs You May Be Obsessed With A Book Series

It happens to all of us. If you love a series, you obsess over it. It’s what you do. If you want to save 15% or more on car insurance, you switch to Geico. It’s what you do. 🙂 🙂 🙂

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Guys, Thumper himself likes that joke. I am so honored! *Smiles happily*

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