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Montauk by Nicola Harrison

Montauk is a remarkable cinematic historical romance from debut author, Nicola Harrison. Set in 1938 Montauk, Long Island, this is a self-discovery journey of Beatrice Bordeaux, through a crumbling marriage, a family loss, a community that she thought she belongs…

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12 Debut Releases to be Added to Your TBR This June

DEBUT DISTRICT is a regular feature on Artsy Draft in which I post appreciation towards debut releases through author interview, book blitz, listopia, review, and other related content. I can’t believe we’re almost halfway through 2019 already! How’s your reading…

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Saturday Screen Time #2: Five Feet Apart & Friend Zone

SATURDAY SCREEN TIME is a weekly feature on Artsy Draft where I share my weekly watching update. This feature was originally created by Tracy @ Cornerfolds and has been permitted to be recreated on Artsy Draft. This week, I’ve been…

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Saturday Screen Time #1: Velvet Buzzsaw & Us

SATURDAY SCREEN TIME is a weekly feature on Artsy Draft where I share my weekly watching update. This feature was originally created by Tracy @ Cornerfolds and has been permitted to be recreated on Artsy Draft. I’ve been quite nervous…

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Monthly Wrap-Up: May 2019

Here we go again with yet another super late wrap-up post! May was pretty good because I started to get out of my reading slump. It’s also very exciting because I got selected to participate in three blog tours and…

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Monthly Wrap-Up: April 2019

Hi, everyone. First of all, I’m completely aware that we’re already in mid-May and it’s probably a bit too late to post a wrap-up. And second of all, I hesitated to write this post because I’ve been in the longest…

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