‘Sing’ by Vivi Greene is beautiful. It has the face of a freakin’ angel and we cannot stop taking pictures of it, looking at pictures of it, and stroking the front of it…
Don’t believe us? Take a look:
There ain’t nothing that can make this book look fugly:
Today we came home to Sing by Vivi Greene, delicious Black Forrest tart and some hot chocolate milk. Such a heavenly sight for a Friday evening! Tomorrow we will be announcing another one of our official reps! We thought it nice to let you all know where to find discounts to our boxes while showing you some really cool accounts you should follow if you don't already! Remember we have a very limited number of boxes available for July! The July box will include a newly published Historical Fantasy novel filled with magic and food, a pack from @persnickety_co plus a few more super cute items! Head over to our website in order to avoid disappointment
Classic backdrop? Still looking fine:
My plans for this weekend include finishing City of Glass and starting This Savage Song, but with nearly half of CoG left it's probably wishful thinking. It seems that I've been buying lots of books lately. Thank goodness for discounts and student cards otherwise my bank account would be suffering greatly. I love Sing's minimalist cover. It's so photogenic and looks fantastic on my shelves. Ideally I would like to read it soon but I always say that and it never happens.
Avec bookish best friends:
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Thank you to @[email protected] for sending me a copy of Sing by Vivi Greene! Also thanks for sending me a red lipstick that I'll probably never use. 😅 Book synopsis: Multiplatinum pop icon Lily Ross’s biggest hits and biggest heartbreaks (because they are one and the same): 1. Agony. (That feeling when her ex ripped her heart out of her chest and she never saw it coming.) 2. Ghosts. (Because even famous people are ghosted by guys sometimes. And it sucks just as much.) 3. Once Bitten. (As in: twice shy. Also, she’s never dating an actor or a musician ever again.) But this summer’s going to be different. After getting her heart shattered, Lily is taking herself out of the spotlight and heading to a small island in middle-of-nowhere Maine with her closest friends. She has three months to focus on herself, her music, her new album. Anything but guys. That is… until Lily meets sweet, down-to-earth local Noel Bradley, who is so different from anyone she’s ever dated. Suddenly, Lily’s “summer of me” takes an unexpected turn, and she finds herself falling deeper and harder than ever before. But Noel isn’t interested in the limelight. She loves Noel—but she loves her fans, too. And come August, she may be forced to choose. Sing is out on May 31, so make sure you grab a copy! 😊 | #sing #vivigreene #book #bookstagram #vscobooks #aureateargent
There is no way for this book to ever look anything less than 100:
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