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Quotables

In my reading, I’ve tried to be a lot more intentional about highlighting passages that speak to me. I’ve been terrible about this in the past. It’s been on a few of my lists over our three years that it’s something I wanted to get better about doing. So here I am. Sharing things I’ve loved […]

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No Place to Fall by Jaye Robin Brown | Magan Reviews

No Place to Fall by Jaye Robin Brown (website | twitter) Publication Date: December 9, 2014 Publisher: Harper Teen Pages: 368 Target Audience: Young Adult Fiction Keywords: growing up in a small town, auditioning for an art school, family drama Format Read: ARC received from the Publisher. (Thank you!) Summary: Amber’s dreams are bigger than her small town; as she slowly […]

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A Thousand Pieces of You by Claudia Gray | Magan Reviews

  A Thousand Pieces of You (Firebird #1) by Claudia Gray (website | twitter) Publication Date: November 4, 2014 Publisher: Harper Teen Pages: 368 Target Audience: Young Adult Fiction Keywords: parallel universes, time travel, death of a parent Format Read: ARC received from the Publisher. (Thank you!) Summary: Marguerite seeks answers about her father’s death and travels between parallel universes using the Firebird, […]

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Rather Be Reading Turns Three!

Hi, you guys! Today we’re super excited to celebrate our THIRD ANNIVERSARY! On November 1st, Rather Be Reading turned three! (Flashback to our first post/book report — a review of Sarah Ockler’s Twenty Boy Summer.) Celebrate with us by reading a few then/now comparisons and entering two giveaways below! We thank each and every one of […]

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On a Personal Note: Un-boxing Friendship

Well, hello! It’s been a while since I wrote something just to write. I read a book, Even in Paradise, several weeks ago and there’s a quote that’s been running through my mind. I’ve been trying to find the words to write this post; hopefully I’ve finally figured out what I want to say and don’t […]

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