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Small Towns – #5OnMyTBR

Hi and howdy.

I am back this week with another round of #5OnMyTBR. I skipped a couple of weeks because I had no time to make a list of decent answers but I’m really excited with todays list of books all about small towns. This was actually quite hard to put together though.

#5OnMyTBR is a bookish meme hosted by E. @Local Bee Hunter’s Nook (me!) and you can learn more about it here or in the post announcing it. It occurs every Monday when we post about 5 books on our TBR.

Famous in a Small Town by Emma Mills

I’ve been very interested in reading something by Emma Mills recently. First of all, her covers are all super cute and I feel like her plots sound cute too.

This book in particular follows a girl called Sophie whose small town school marching band is selected to march in the Rose Parade and Sophie is in charge of getting them to L.A. Her plan to get them there includes convincing the towns famous country singer, Megan Pleasant, to go back home and headline a fundraiser.

The only problem is that Megan has publicly sworn to never return home.

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Vampires are back baby!

Hi and howdy, welcome to my blog.

Today we are discussing something incredibly important: Vampires!! There has been an insurgence of vampires in Young Adult fiction recently and I am living for it!

I’ve loved vampires for a long time now, to the point where I used to tell my parents I wanted to be one when I grew up, and while my goals in life have thankfully changed, I have been loving the new influx of vampire centred stories.

And so with Halloween just a couple of days away I thought it would be perfect to discuss what I loved about past vampire stories and what I’m loving about the newest depictions and takes on the classic bloodsuckers.

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