book review – she’s the worst by lauren spieller

i received a review copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. all opinions below are my own.

another blog tour? you ask in exasperation. yes, i reply, for i loved lauren spieller’s your destination is on the left and i was fascinated by the synopsis of this book – a story that is centred around sisters! it’s like this novel’s made for me.

in all seriousness though, i’d love to thank the fantastic flying book club and the publisher simon & schuster for making all this possible and letting me join in the fun! she’s the worst is one of my most anticipated releases for the second half of 2019 and i was so excited when i found out i’d been approved for an early copy.

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my #arcaugust 2019 reading list

i just spent a week reading nonstop, and finished seven books in seven days. i feel exhausted (in a good way), and at the same time, amazing. that is exactly why i have decided to sign up for another reading challenge, held once every year in august – arc (you guessed it) august.

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guest post by christina june, author of no place like here – ashlyn’s camp essentials

a big, big thank you to the fantastic flying book club and blink for letting me participate in the blink summer reading tour!

guys i’m so excited because we have a guest on the blog today! she’s christina june, the author of several popular young adult novels – it started like goodbye, everywhere you want to be, and most recently, no place like here. *flails in excitement (am i going to find a synonym for “excitement”? no, no i’m not.)

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