Hey there book nerds,
We three here at Booked All Night have read a great many books over the past 300+ days. With everything that has happened this year and the seasonal change, it’s time for us to read for fun and not for content.
We’ll be hibernating for a little but we do have things planned for you in the meantime.
Make sure to check out 25 Days of BookRecs, our annual posting of 4 and 5-star book reviews which we posted over the year. It’s a great way of getting ideas for the gift-giving season as well as for building up your TBR.
Also, check out our podcast and make sure to subscribe to the mailing list. We’ll be posting the games we’ve played with our author guests and we want you on that mailing list so you know about who’s coming to visit so that you can add your questions to our interviews!
We want to thank you for supporting us and encourage you to share your favorite posts and podcast episodes because it helps us grow and shows us that you care.
We’ll be back next year, but for now, it’s time for a well deserved nap.
Jess, Maggie, & Dan
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