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What the heck is GMC? Read it later

What the heck is GMC? I had no idea what it is either, so don’t freak out if you’ve never seen the words ‘GMC’ together before. But what I will […]

Random House March Book Club Pick is The Unsinkable Greta James by Jennifer E. Smith! I was so excited when Random House contacted me to join in on this month’s book pick. I am a huge fan of Jennifer E. Smith’s writing (Field Notes on Love was a great read), and I could not wait to read this one.

If the Shoe Fits by Julie Murphy Review is here and I cannot tell you how excited I am to chat about this book. This book centers are Cindy. She is a recent design school graduate and dreams of designing a shoe line. Cindy is also unapologetically plus-size and embraces who she is.

Are you a Sarah J. Maas fan? I definitely am! Admittedly, I didn’t start reading J. Maas until I joined bookstagram. If you’re on there, you already know the HUGE following this author has online. I kept seeing her books on my feed over and over and over.

A Forgery of Roses by Jessica S. Olson is officially out now. Inkyard Press sent me a book box with A Forgery of Roses, and I could not wait to share this book with you all. I have been looking for a new YA fantasy book to fall in love with.

The Mother of All Fights by Erin Soto is today’s featured read. Some readers may not know that March is Colon Cancer Awareness Month. Author Erin Soto is here to remind you. She is a survivor of stage three colon cancer and decided to share her inspiring journey in her new memoir, Mother of All Fights.

This was my first book by Rachel and won’t be my last. I saw this all over bookstagram and had to get it. First, it was the cover that drew me in. Then it was the thriller genre that I could not turn down.