Synchronize Reading: Roomies

Hello Readers!

roomies

 

A few months back Miss Print and I hosted our own synchronized reading of Rainbow Rowell’s Fangirl. It was such a great experience that we decided to do it again. Not only that, we both decided that it would become a semi-regular feature on both of out blogs.

This time around we chose yet another book we were both excited to read. We read Roomies a novel about two girls and their last summer home before going away to college, ultimately to become roommates. Written by Tara Altebrando and Sara Zarr, Roomies was the perfect book for a synchronized read.

This time around Miss Print and I have some fun posts planned. Not only will we both be reviewing Roomies, but we will both be digging into our personal lives and discussing some pertinent topics that were presented within the book. For starters will we both be talking about our summers before entering college. Not only that, because the two locations featured in Roomies are popular vacation destinations, Miss Print and I have decided it would be fun and take a stroll down memory lane, reliving and sharing some of our vacation memories.

As if that wasn’t enough, I have two very special, two top-secret posts that I will also be sharing with you dear readers. I won’t announce what they are until they are posted, but I’m certain that you’ll love them!

All of our posts will be posting throughout the upcoming week. We will be posting simultaneously on both The BookBandit Blog and Miss Print. So readers, make sure you stay tuned both of our blogs to keep up with all the fun.

For all of Miss Print’s Synchronized Reading Posts head over to her blog!

 

 

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