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All the Hype

Hello, lovely reader. It’s time for another discussion here at Of Dragons and Hearts, and this topic is important to me. I’m participating in the Discussion Challenge, so if you want more posts from bookish people chatting about bookish stuff, that’s the place to find them. So. We’re talking about HYPE today. You know it […]

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Hot and Nerdy by Shannyn Schroeder

This is a series review for His Work of Art, His New Jam and His Dream Role, three novellas that all revolve around three best friends in college. The stories overlap somewhat and it’s hard to talk about them separately, so I thought I would just mash them together and see what happens. These are apparently also sequels to […]

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My January

It’s been a while since I’ve done a monthly recap. I’m not even sure why, but December madness always takes over and time just flies away. That said, January hasn’t been really easy on me, either. There were definitely less social obligations, but I’m a bit more tired these days – I think it’s a […]

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The Sin Eater’s Daughter by Melinda Salisbury

I’ve seen reviews for The Sin Eater’s Daughter and I was wary of picking it up (especially since it’s a new series and I said I’d finish some of them first before starting new ones), but then I got the chance to borrow it and, well, I can hardly say no to free books, can I? […]

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A Monster Tag Post

It’s been a really long time since I did any sort of tags on this blog – and you know how I like telling you absolutely random facts about myself. So now I’ve been tagged for a couple of tags, I decided to just group them together. This post is massive, apologies in advance. I […]

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The Name of the Wind by Patrick Rothfuss

You guys, I finally re-read this monster of a book (this is the third time I read it!) and it’s still fantastic. It’s still one of my favourite books ever and I’m super excited to finally review it here – the other two times I read it this blog didn’t exist yet. If you’re used to […]