The Evermore Book Tag // Taylor Swift Made My 2020 (Again)

It’s been almost three weeks now, but I still can’t wrap my brain around the release of evermore.

I haven’t fully recovered from the surprise release of folklore months ago, and now we have evermore too? Not only do I feel as if we’re undeserving of this incredible music, I’m surprised my heart survived listening to 15 new Taylor Swift songs. I’m completely in love with the new album and will be talking about how much I adore every song for the next decade or so- meaning, when I got tagged for the evermore book tag, participating in it was absolutely mandatory.

It warmed my heart so much to be tagged by Rhi, Aria, and Lauren for this tag, because I’ve loved talking about Taylor with all of them and it especially meant a lot that they still thought of me even though I haven’t posted on my blog in upwards of four months. Thank you so much you wonderful humans- please go read their posts and visit their lovely blogs. <33

In other news, I’m back (!!) after the longest accidental hiatus I have ever taken, and I’m using the release of evermore as my excuse to return because I couldn’t let this opportunity to talk about Taylor Swift and books in the same post pass me by. I also redesigned my blog, leaving me feeling a lot more inspired and hopefully on track to begin posting again, if not consistently, then at least semi-consistently. I’ve missed this blog and the people in the community SO much the past few months- so I’m feeling pretty emo about this return. :’)

Rules For the Tag~

  • Link back to the original creator and her post: Rhi @ marshmallow harmonies
  • Tag at least three people
  • Declare the rules and list of prompts in your post
  • Thank whoever tagged you and link to their post
  • Pingback to original post so they’re all in one place to read

As another side note, I will be using the very beautiful graphics that Rhi created, so all credit goes to her for that as well. I’m also going to include my favorite lyrics from each song, just because I think this is Taylor’s best album lyrically and any chance to show off her skills is one that I will be taking (I say that as if I know her, but you know, I do feel like a proud mom).

Not to be a broken record, but I stand by the fact that The Raven Cycle is one of the most romantic series I’ve ever read. The slowburn relationships throughout the series have my entire heart, as do the many quotes from it that essentially are why I believe in love. (I could go into more detail, but I don’t want any spoilers, so maybe in another post?) To say that I was rooting for Blue and Gansey and Adam and Ronan would be an understatement, so I have to put The Raven King for this one.

the more that you say, the less I know

wherever you stray I follow

I’m begging for you to take my hand, wreck my plans

that’s my man

The Perks of Being a Wallflower

I don’t know if saying I hated the relationship between Charlie and Sam in The Perks of Being a Wallflower is accurate, but their relationship certainly confused me. I wanted them to be best friends and have a sweet platonic relationship, but it eventually got too complicated and then I was sad because they were just such good friends and I didn’t want it to turn messy. So, while this movie is one of my comfort movies and literally made me cry because of how good it was, I’m not a fan of the book.

your mom’s ring in your pocket

her picture in your wallet

your heart was glass I dropped it

champagne problems

Muse of Nightmares (Strange the Dreamer, #2)

As if I wasn’t already intrigued by the magical world created in Strange the Dreamer, I become utterly captivated by Muse of Nightmares. I don’t usually like sequels more than the first book, but I genuinely cannot express my love for this book. I couldn’t put it down, I couldn’t get enough of Lazlo and Sarai, I couldn’t stop myself from being thrust into this world head over heels. I also just feel like this goes along so nicely with the song gold rush because it’s so shiny and beautiful. :,)

what must it be like

to grow up that beautiful

with your hair falling into place like dominoes

my mind turns your life into folklore

10 Blind Dates

This book isn’t exactly fake dating, but it’s about a girl going on different blind dates set up for her by her family- AND it’s set at Christmastime, so I feel like it fits this song very well. I love 10 Blind Dates immeasurably and probably mention it a little too much, but what else am I to do when such a sweet, funny, heartwarming book exists? I seriously think this song could become the soundtrack for this book, and if there ever is a Netflix adaptation of this novel (which there should be), tis the damn season would most definitely be playing during a montage of her dates.

we could call it even, you could call me babe for the weekend

tis the damn season, write this down

I’m staying at my parent’s house

and the road not taken looks real good now

The House in the Cerulean Sea

Maybe this book has gotten the hype it deserves and I just haven’t been there to see it, but I fully believe The House in the Cerulean Sea should be mentioned a lot more. This book was a magical, whimsical adventure from start to finish. Reading it felt like returning to my childhood in the best way possible. There is nothing I enjoy more than gangs of talented children, kind adults who listen to the children, and magic, and I was left very satisfied by this heartwarming tale.

I made you my temple, my mural, my sky

now I’m begging for footnotes in the story of your life

The Cheerleaders

It’s only fitting that I use a murder mystery for this one, so The Cheerleaders it is. I was completely intrigued throughout the duration of this novel, and definitely fell for the red herrings in it. I ended up being satisfied with the ending, further convincing me that something just hits different at the end of a mystery novel. It escapes me how someone can write such a intricate mystery with so many facets, but I’m grateful Kara Thomas can, because it makes for a fascinating read.

and his mistress moved in

sleeps in Este’s bed and everything

no, there ain’t no doubt

somebody’s gotta catch him out

Foolish Hearts

I can’t put my finger on a character that I heavily relate to, or whose experiences mirror mine exactly, but I do find a kindred spirit in Claudia from Foolish Hearts. We aren’t eerily alike (I don’t have Gideon, for one), but I see similarities between us for sure: we both are introverted, we take what others think of us directly to heart, and we find ourselves putting others and their opinions of us first a lot of the time. We also both enjoy boy bands and obsessing over music and have close bonds with our siblings. :’)

I hope she’ll be a beautiful fool

who takes my spot next to you

no, I didn’t mean that, sorry I can’t see facts

through all of my fury

The Unlikelies

I was absolutely astounded by how much I feel in love with the friend group in The Unlikelies. Friendships formed due to the characters being do-gooders? What could be more wholesome. I already know that I need to reread this to properly re-experience the love between this friend group, but I remember there being an exorbitant amount of banter, positivity, and found family energy. Just give me all the fluffy contemporaries with sweet friendships and I will be happy.

and damn dorothea, they all wanna be ya

but are you still the same soul I met under the bleachers?

House of Salt and Sorrows

My mind instantly went to House of Salt and Sorrows– a book that I still cannot get over, even months after I originally read it. I don’t think I can recover from the prose in this book because it was so atmospheric, descriptive, and magical. I’m not sure how to describe it other than that reading this book was like being enveloped by fog while you stand on the cliff of a mystical island. I could nearly feel the world being created around me as I read. How utterly eerie and magical this novel was….okay, I’ve convinced myself to read it again.

and when I got into the accident

the sight that flashed before me was your face

but when I walked up to the podium

I think that I forgot to say your name

Today Tonight Tomorrow

I very recently read Today Tonight Tomorrow, and I think it was full of small yet difficult choices. The story follows the valedictorian and salutatorian on the last day of their senior year, chronicling the end of their constant competition. Not only are they literally solving a scavenger hunt, but I think the characters develop a lot in a short period of time due to the choices they must make. I found myself admiring and despising some of the choices Rowan and Neil made as they decided how much to trust each other and how much to trust themselves. (Side note, this book caused me some stress and sadness over graduating soon, so maybe don’t read it as a high school senior.)

oh, goddamn

my pain fits in the palm of your freezing hand

taking mine, but it’s been promised to another

Anne of Green Gables (Anne of Green Gables, #1)

What I wouldn’t give to live in Anne of Green Gables‘s Avonlea…oh, to grow up on Prince Edward Island and be the best of friends with Anne Shirley. (I’m sorry, Diana, but I would become you in an instant in order to be close to Anne.) I genuinely cannot think of a more idyllic childhood than running through flower fields with Anne and naming the nature we encounter- in summary, I’m sad Avonlea isn’t real and that I was not born there, but I’m mostly mourning the fact that Anne Shirley is not in fact someone who can be a kindred spirit with me.

oh, I thought

this is going to be one of those things

now I know

I’m never gonna love again

The Mother-Daughter Book Club

I have quite a few middle grade series that I continuously turn back to, but one that I feel like I’ve barely ever mentioned here is The Mother-Daughter Book Club. The author of this series is the reason why I even blog (her blog was the first one I ever read and how I found other book blogs), but I also just adore this series with everything in me. I know the characters like the back of my hand and every time I’m sick or even if I just don’t have a book to read at the moment, I get one of these off my bookshelf and fall back in love with it.

long story short, it was a bad time

long story short, I survived

The Astonishing Color of After

I did not love this book as much as I wanted to, but I do think that The Astonishing Color of After has a truly beautiful depiction of grief. The main character, Leigh, is dealing with the death of her mother and her mother has shown up to her in the form of a bird. The family messages and culture infused into this novel were my favorite part of it and even though it got tediously long at parts, I do think the grief and death was dealt with very well.

I should’ve asked you questions

I should’ve asked you how to be

asked you to write it down for me

Lucky Caller

It’s no secret that I have unequivocally loved every book I have read by Emma Mills. I couldn’t think of anyone else to put here other than her because I have never been disappointed by any of her novels and they just keep getting better and better. I feel like she tends to release a new novel every yearish, so hopefully 2021 will bring a new Emma Mills book? I know I’ll be eagerly anticipating anything else she writes. (Featured is her newest novel, which I loved so, so much.)

don’t treat me like

some situation that needs to be handled

Crooked Kingdom (Six of Crows, #2)

Will be stealing Aria’s answer for this one because I can’t think of anything that fits this prompt more perfectly than Crooked Kingdom. If you know, then you know, and if you don’t know, I’m slightly envious of you. (But mostly not, because I have no regrets about reading this breathtakingly beautiful duology.) Either way, I did not go into this novel expecting to love it so much and I also did not expect to be quite so broken by it. The pain of this novel will, indeed, be evermore.

can’t remember

what I used to fight for

I rewind the tape, but all it does is pause

on the very moment all was lost

I tag anyone who is reading this and wants to participate, but a few people that I have talked about Taylor Swift in the past with who might like to participate are~

Ruby // Kay // Ash // Marie

There we have it, my overwhelming love for Taylor Swift and books combined into one post! I can’t explain how good it felt to write on here again, especially about two topics I’m so passionate about. I promise that I will have more content coming soon, and that I haven’t forgotten about ideas that started to take form before I took my hiatus, like the Blogger Origins series or my Q&A. :))

I can’t thank you all enough for continuing to support me and be the kindest people ever even when I disappear for so long. <33 I hope you’re all staying safe and healthy and that you are having a lovely holiday season, whatever you may celebrate. I’ll see you all again very soon!

What do you think of evermore? Favorite songs? How did you react to it? Have you read any of these books? Please scream about all of it with me in the comments.

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22 thoughts on “The Evermore Book Tag // Taylor Swift Made My 2020 (Again)

  1. Olivia you have no idea how I could feel my heart burst when I saw this in Reader… missed you and your blog 100000x more than I thought I did 😭 I’m not sure what it is, but there’s truly something so comforting about Purely Olivia. First of all *clears throat*, welcome back to the blogosphere, and how have these past few months been for you? I do hope that things have been okay *virtual hugs* Secondly: your new design is… so gorgeous?? The florals and the mustard yellow go so well together. I don’t know if it’s the current season or the tag, but your blog has such a folklore + evermore vibe I LOVE IT.

    The way you described House of Salt and Sorrows… oof the imagery!! Anything with beautiful prose equals something to cry over and we need this. Oh, how did I not think about Anne of Green Gables YES a thousand times? I’d love to visit Prince Edward Island as well and find the Avonlea of our world. I’m just going to stop myself from talking about Crooked Kingdom… not only did it break my everything, but the dregs also stole it (lol) and just shattered it beyond repair.

    Now *deep breath* onto evermore – as long as you don’t get annoyed of me I will forever scream about Taylor Swift with you. I’ve just been listening to the album on repeat, but some of the songs that I added to other playlists are champagne problems, tolerate it, coney island, and marjorie (almost accidentally listed like… half of evermore lol).

    Enjoyed reading your post so so much xx Sending you uplifting energy for the new year and good luck with your apps! Love you, remember to take care of yourself 💗💕

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    • You have no idea how happy this comment made me.🥺I definitely just sat here reading it with the biggest smile ever on my face…thank you so much, Aria! That’s the biggest compliment you could ever give me, wow, thank you a thousand times over. xx The past few months have been quite the series of highs and lows, but I’m so happy to be back- coming back to the blogosphere always feels so comforting because of people like you. *virtual hugs you back* How have you been?

      I want to go to Prince Edward Island so bad too! Even though Avonlea isn’t real, I love that there’s still the chance to go to P.E. Island and glimpse at least some of the magic. Oh my gosh, you’re right, my heart was both broken and stolen during Crooked Kingdom…oh, that one hurt.

      I could NEVER be annoyed, nothing would make me happier than to continuously scream about evermore with you! I’ve been listening to it so much too (am actually listening to it as I type, closure is currently on lol). Listing half the album when asked for a favorite is highly relatable.😌 I love all of those! The bridge to champagne problems is way too good. And Coney Island is such a vibe, I don’t know how to explain it, but it just hits so different.

      Thank you again for all the kind words! This comment genuinely means the world to me. <33 Much love for you, I hope you're staying safe and doing well. xx I can't wait to read all your lovely posts now that I'm back:))

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      • No worries, I’m so lucky to be able to find people like you right when I started blogging! Love chatting with you, always makes me so happy :)) Hope you’re staying safe as well xx Same like how you worded it – highs and lows. Thinking of how it’s the 29th now while listening to evermore (the song) feels so nostalgic and emotional for some reason. I’ve heard that PEI is absolutely gorgeous, it seems like the cliffs overhanging the lapping waves is where time stops momentarily.

        Haha same, currently listening to it as well. Finished the album again and we’re back to willow again lol. Oof it’s so so bittersweet and that fact that taylor swift and joe alwyn wrote champagne problems together…. (can you hear me sobbing). Don’t know why but the line “now I’m begging for footnotes in the story of your life” from tolerate it just breaks me every time?? The way Taylor has with words and her storytelling abilities will forever be beyond my comprehension.

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        • I feel the same! And wow, you’re right, listening to evermore while reflecting back on 2020 is a very emotional experience. I know what song I’ll have on repeat for the next two days…

          Oh, Willow just came on as I was reading that you were listening to it, that’s so funny! OKAY, I know right?! Taylor and Joe are out here co-writing breakup songs, what a power duo. That’s my favorite line from tolerate it, it just hits so well- she is unmatched in her songwriting abilities. *cries*

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  2. Ah honestly I feel the same way about returning to blogging. And I’m glad you’re back!!! Ohh I absolutely adore Muse of Nightmares too. I was in high school the first time I read one of Laini Taylor’s books and then again in college, I was so excited to buy a shiny new hardback from Waterstones. Sometimes it feels like we grow up alongside the books we read..I don’t even know if that makes sense haha. And I totally agree that The House in the Cerulean Sea deserves more hype!! It’s a cinnamon roll of a book.
    It’s been a long time since I saw The Mother-Daughter Book Club mentioned anywhere but it also used to be one of my favorite series in middle school. I actually don’t know why I stopped reading it but I remember getting so excited about borrowing each book out from the library.
    Evermore is really great! I think I’m more in love with the songs from Folklore though – and a lot of Taylor Swift’s old albums. I think it takes awhile for songs to grow on me though so I’ll probably be saying the same thing about Evermore in a few months.

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    • Thank you so much, Rachana!❤️ I’m looking forward to reading more of Laini Taylor’s work because of all it so far has blown me completely away. No, I understand the growing up alongside books so much- that’s why I have such an attachment to so many middle grade books, haha. Ahh, the MDBC, such good memories. I love how the series inspires young readers to also pick up classics, just like the girls in the series do- it’s such a good way to introduce literature at a middle grade level. I get that about evermore! It’s starting to grow on me more and more but I’m the same way, it takes me a while to fully fall in love with an album. Thank you for this comment! xx

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  3. aahhhh welcome back, Olivia! i’m so happy to see that you’re back and am looking forward to reading your lovely posts again ☺️ i also still cannot believe that Taylor blessed us with TWO WHOLE ALBUMS this year, she’s a real icon 😭 i’ve been having evermore on repeat for the past 3 weeks, haha, and my favorite songs from the album are ’tis the damn season, champagne problems, and dorothea (what about you?)

    i really enjoyed reading this post and your responses to the tag, and now i feel like doing this tag as well and hopefully returning to blogging (i can’t believe my last blog post was almost 2 years ago now 😭). i am so excited to read The House in the Cerulean Sea because i’ve seen nothing but wonderful reviews for it! and i smiled so much seeing Emma Mills in this post – Foolish Hearts is absolutely wonderful and i still need to get around to reading Lucky Caller ahhh 💕

    hope you are doing well and sending you all the good vibes ✨

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    • Ahh, thank you Dezzy! It’s so nice to see you here too, and oh my gosh I can’t believe it’s been nearly 2 years since your last post either. I would love to read a post from you again, but please take all the time you need and just know that we’ll all be cheering you on from afar and excited whenever you are ready to return.💛 Speaking from experience, the evermore book tag is a very fun post to come back with, though. ;))

      Evermore is on repeat all the time for me too (right now too lol)!! Agh, I love all of those- I think my top three are champagne problems, tis the damn season, and tolerate it but I literally love them all so much and cannot stop talking about it. Dorothea is so cute and has been growing on me a LOT the past few days too.🥺 I hope you enjoy The House in Cerulean Sea, it couldn’t be any more heartwarming and adorable!!

      Thank you so much, this comment was so kind! I really appreciate it and I’m sending you all the best too. xx

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  4. ahh!! olivia!! my heart started beating 100x faster when i saw your post in my reader!! i love the blog make-over!! i adored your blog earlier as well, but now it’s so pretty!! the navy and mustard hints complement each other so well, and the florals are so gorgeous!! i can’t wait to *hopefully* see more posts from you soon!! ❤

    evermore was such a wonderful album, and my current favourites would have to be champagne problems, no body, no crime, and willow, though all the songs are phenomenal!! crooked kingdom completely broke me, and we NEED a third book like right now!! i’m also so excited for the adaptation (i stan kaz so much he’s the literal definition of perfect)!! i also made an evermore book tag, so seeing rhi’s prompts, and how they were different, and seeing a whole new perspective on things, was amazing!! i also love all the books you’ve chosen for each of the prompts!! some of them fit so perfectly!! i man – who wouldn’t want to grow up on prince edward island!!

    anyway, i loved reading this post so much, and i hope you’re safe, and reading lots of amazing books!! good luck with school and with your college applications!! i can’t express how much i loved reading your post!! ❤

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    • Aww!! Thank you, Ahaana.🥺 That’s so sweet and I really appreciate it- thank you so much!! Don’t mind me over here crying. :’)

      I love all of those! Champagne problems seems to be a common favorite (it’s my top favorite as well) and I’m so glad it’s getting the recognition it deserves because…that BRIDGE. I can’t wait for the SOC adaptation either! It still escapes me that it actually exists, I hope it’s amazing. Ahh, that’s so exciting you also made an evermore tag, too, this album deserves all the love in the world.

      Thank you again, oh my goodness, this is so kind! I’m so excited to read more of your posts and talk with you more. xx Happy new year!

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  5. Ahh.. Olivia I love the new design, I love the blue details so much. It is stunning!! 😍 I’ve yet to listen to all of Taylor’s new stuff but I’m so glad you loved it.
    Yess the raven cycle was amazing with the slow burns!! I loved it!! 😍
    10 blind dates does have such a fun plot premise and I’m so glad you enjoyed it!! I also love how you have started planning the movie adaptation. 🤣 I hope it comes true!! 🤞🏻
    Today, tomorrow, tonight sounds like a book I would really enjoy but I can see why it can cause a little stress with the topic!!
    I loved reading this post so much Olivia. It was so nice to see your content again 🥰 I hope you are well and happy too!! 💛

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    • Sophie, thank you so, so much!!❤️🥺 Ahh, if you are able to find the chance to listen to some of evermore I definitely recommend- it’s such a good vibe.
      I know right! *cries in Blue and Gansey*
      Haha, I’m really out here completely mapping out a movie adaptation that doesn’t exist yet. But wouldn’t it be the cutest movie ever? I think Netflix is missing out on what could be its biggest holiday rom com of 2021. ;))
      I think you would enjoy Today Tonight Tomorrow! So much happened in such a short book (and short amount of time within the book), but I thought it was really sweet and captured the bittersweet feeling of growing up very accurately.
      Thank you, and thank you for leaving such a kind comment! I always love talking with you. xx

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  6. *unfurls giant banner and fires the confetti cannon* WELCOME BACK, OLIVIA!! Your new blog design is GORGEOUS, and I’m so happy to be reading one of your posts again 🙂
    Ack, the movie of The Perks of Being a Wallflower… *cries* I love Charlie so much ❤
    I'm such a huge advocate of best friends and sweet platonic relationships that don't have to develop into something complicated/romantic. Please. Give us close friends who don't fall in love, I'm BEGGING you.
    Ok, but the WAFFLES in Crooked Kingdom. They got to actually EAT waffles instead of just talking about them. I mean…that's probably not the part that emotionally broke you, but… I'd say it's worth getting emotional over.

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    • This made me smile so much! Thank you very much for the banner and confetti and very kind welcome.🥰 Ahh, thank you, thank you.
      I LOVE the movie so much! I hate to say that I like a movie more than the book, but that certainly is the case for me with The Perks of Being a Wallflower. Nothing can top the tunnel scene…and yes, yes! I’m nodding along, you’re absolutely right.
      Honestly, the fact that waffles are even included throughout Six of Crows/Crooked Kingdom is enough to get emotional about, I would say. ;))

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  7. ahh welcome back, olivia!!! 🥺💕 i missed you so much and seeing a post of yours in my reader just made me so happy! taylor swift truly saved 2020 twice and i’m still not okay over evermore lol!! 😭 what are your favorite songs?

    i was definitely rooting for the relationships in the raven cycle too, the gangsey has my heart 🥺 also, 10 blind dates as a Netflix romcom with ’tis the damn season playing during a montage is such a perfect idea that i wish would happen soon!! the house in the cerulean sea is on my tbr and i really hope i can get to it asap – i’ve heard such amazing things about it and seeing you talk about it just made me want to read it more. 💖

    this was so lovely to read and i can’t wait for your future posts!! 🥰 also your new blog design is so, so pretty, i love it!!! 🤩💖

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    • Thank you so much, Ash! Welcome back to you too- I’m so glad we returned at the same time, I felt the same way when I saw your post in my reader the other day.🥰 I am far from over evermore as well- okay, top four is champagne problems, tis the damn season, tolerate it, and cowboy like me, what about you??

      Ahh, the gangsey, they do own my heart. I’m hoping Netflix will somehow read this post and take my 10 Blind Dates proposal to heart and perhaps also adapt The Raven Cycle while they’re at it, because that would genuinely be a dream.👀 I hope you love The House on Cerulean Sea when you read it! I think you’ll enjoy the whimsical adventures in it.

      Thank you, ahh!! Sending you a virtual hug.❤️

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      • i was just thinking that, i love how we both came back at the same time 🥺🥺🥰 and i love those four so much too!! my top four would probably be champagne problems, gold rush, long story short, and tis the damn season. 💞

        yes!!! netflix better read this because trc would make such a great tv show and 10 blind dates would be the perfect netflix romcom 😭 thank you, i can’t wait!!

        and awww, love you so much 🥰

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  8. OLIVIA. Ahaha, this is like the technological equivalent of me getting excited and yelling someone’s name when I see them in person.
    When you said you redesigned your blog, I immediately clicked out of my WordPress reader into your blog. I love the blue accents, and the font.
    AH, we both read Today Tonight Tomorrow and The House On the Cerulean Sea during the past few months, ahaha that’s amazing. Okay we should have a short recap of our thoughts here. Today Tonight Tomorrow — it was a solid YA contemporary romance. I might be getting my books mixed up, but I’m pretty confident there was this one line from the beginning where she gets sentimental about her last morning shower of high school, and I wrote it down in my notebook. The House On the Cerulean Sea — solid fantasy that’s just fun. Sometimes you want to get lost into a whole new world with super evil villains and a lot of magic, but sometimes you just need a bunch of kids living in a house next to the sea.

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    • ANNIE! This is me doing the excited yelling thing back. :)) Thank you so much! I don’t know if this was just me, but changing the font on my blog felt like a big deal, so thank you for the validation that you like it, haha.
      I’m pretty sure (actually, very sure) that I read them both because of you, so thank you! No, you’re right, I think that was Today Tonight Tomorrow- at least it makes sense that it would be that book, because I remember the first chapter was her getting really sentimental about everything. My short recap- I agree that it was a solid romance, and I liked the nerdy relatable parts and how the guy had told his family about her over their high school years. It was so cute but made me emotional over graduating. The House on Cerulean Sea recap- I agree with you! I liked how all the kids were so unique and very distinct from each other. Overall, a very magical and heartwarming story that gave me definite Mysterious Benedict Society vibes (did you ever read that?).

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