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Small Town Hearts Blog Tour: Review!

Small Town Hearts by Lillie Vale is a book that's been on my radar for a few months and is actually one of my most anticipated queer releases of 2019. Set in Oar's Rest in Maine over the summer it sounded like a complete dream of a book so when Lili from Utopia State of Mind contacted me to see if I wanted to be involved in the blog tour for it I replied with a giant YES. Well, technically I shrieked at the email, danced around my room for a couple minutes and then said yes, but the point of the story is the same and it resulted in a shiny attachment landing in my inbox; cue more happy dancing!

Before I jump into the review I want to give you all a little warning because I went into this book very unprepared. The food in Small Town Hearts is unbelievably wonderful. Lillie's descriptions are gorgeous and I was hungry for the entire time reading this, so when you pick it up please make sure you have some form of snack (ideally something baked but anything will do), because the alternative is having to put the book down to go all the way to the shop just to buy something. And you won't want to put this book down.



a very queer book list | february tbr

If you saw my post last week you'll know that I'm going to be joining in with both Sapphicathon and FF February Reads this month and I am maybe being a little bit optimistic with my TBR of ten books - most of which are over 250 pages, considering this is the shortest month that also contains all of my formative assessments for university and two visits from my family but I'm nothing if overly ambitious.


FF February Reads + Sapphicathon Recs

If you follow me on twitter you might have already seen me screeching about these two read-a-thons coming up next month but just in case you've missed it: there are two amazing readathons happening in February and both are dedicated solely to F/F or sapphic literature! As soon as I saw them I, obviously, knew I would be taking part in both. The fact that it's my birthday month is the cherry on top of the rainbow cake!