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First Book of The Year

I saw this and couldn't resist. I get to share with you all what the first book of 2015 is that I am reading
Let me show you a photo of me and the book, well, my kindle which has the book on it, and then I will tell you all about the story.
I am currently reading, I Want You Back by E. Van Lowe. Technically it is not a book, but a short story. Still, it counts.
I love this author's stories. Each unique and always fun to read. 
To begin with, I’m not a nice girl. Don’t get me wrong, I used to be a nice girl. I used to be kind, and helpful, considerate and thoughtful. The kind of girl who went to all of her boyfriend’s games, even though she hates basketball; the kind of girl who helped her boyfriend study for his English final while she should have been studying for her own calculus final; the kind of girl that the boys at school lovingly call, oh, what’s that cute little name they have for us again? Oh, yes—Doormat. 

15 year-old Emy Garnett has come up with the perfect revenge for the super-popular boyfriend who dumped her–on Facebook, no less! Emy has purchased a love spell from a local gypsy, and is now armed with a foolproof plan guaranteed to win him back… with a few, hilarious bumps along the way. 


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Be sure to watch for my review coming very, very soon!


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  1. My first book of the year is also YA. I hope you're enjoying it!

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  2. Oh, sounds like fun...great photo, too!

    Enjoy...and here's my “FIRST BOOK OF 2015”

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  3. Happy New Year Freda. Sounds like a great book to start the year with. I am also reading a YA book that I have been wanting to read since it first came out and never did

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  4. Happy new year! Sounds fun

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  5. Love this idea! And short stories totally count! I haven't picked up a book yet and not sure which one I'll pick, but now I want to make sure that it's a good one. Happy New Year!

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  6. Fun idea for the new year. Happy new year!

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  7. Lovely picture and looks like a fun read. Happy New Year and Happy Reading!

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  8. I consider a short story a book. Hope you are enjoying yours. Happy New Year!

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