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Monday Musts: On An Edge of Glass, Rich Robinson & Social Media, Book Promotions and FTC Disclsoures


Monday Musts is a weekly event, started and hosted by Jessica @ Lovin' Los Libros, which asks you to highlight your must read, must listen and must see!

MUST READ!
On an Edge of Glass by Autumn Doughton



From Goodreads:
A boy.

A girl.

A missed opportunity. 

No matter how much she studies, Ellie Glass can't prepare for every aspect of life. She realizes this after a chance encounter with a young musician. Scruffy, long-haired, and undeniably sexy, he is the exact opposite of her type. So why is it that Ellie can’t stop thinking about him?

When fate intervenes and the two are thrown together for a second time, Ellie gets more than she bargained for. With the help of her friends and a newfound romance, she begins to redefine herself. 

This is the captivating story of an undeniable attraction, the choices that we make, and ultimately, the unexpected power of love. 
This is my favorite NA of all time, I cannot recommend it enough!


MUST LISTEN!



Rich Robinson - Trial and Faith -- one of my favorite songs from one of my favorite artists!
A billowing sunset comes in like the fog 
Stagnate unchanging until the dawn 
The dawn my love, the dawn my love 
Crushes my ire like the birth of new sin
MUST SEE!

One of my favorite bloggers, Nereyda @ Nick and Nereyda's Infinite Booklist posted the BEST discussion last week entitled: SOCIAL MEDIA, BOOK PROMOTIONS AND FTC DISCLOSURES. This is a must read for all bloggers!

What are your Monday Musts??

Comments

  1. OK so I added the book to Goodreads :) Sounds good and always looking for good NA. And yes that post was amazing!

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  2. Your favorite NA ever and I've never even heard of it? Where have I been? :) I feel like I've seen the author's name, but the book is a new one to me. I love good NA so I'll definitely be checking that out.

    Tanya @ Girl Plus Books

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  3. I'll have to give this one a try then. Thanks for the recommendation.

    Majanka @ I Heart Reading

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  4. I don't know why, but BL unfollowed you for me. It's been acting so annoying lately with it following blogs for me that I definitely didn't follow and now this! Ugh! Sorry I haven't been visiting because I thought you didn't have any new posts up.
    Anyways, how have I never heard of On An Edge of Glass???? I need to look it up!!
    Happy Monday, Eva!

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  5. Ooooooh On an Edge of Glass sounds great! I just added it to my TBR. Thanks for the heads up!

    Have a great week!

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  6. Maybe Nick and I can read that book you sent me together, I still need to get to it!
    And thanks for sharing my post :)

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  7. I love that cover for On an Edge of Glass. I read Nereyda's blog post and had no idea! I post automatically to social media and have only disclosed in reviews and nowhere else. That definitely was interesting reading!

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  8. I have to check out the book you recommended. I am always looking for a good NA to read.

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  9. Thanks for pointing me to that post. I might have completely missed if you didn't talk about it. I love this feature.

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  10. On an Edge of Glass! I really want to read that one! I think another blogger friend point it out to me once before and I was super interested! I really enjoyed reading Nereyda's post! It was so good! (And informative!) And I will listen to Rich here in just a few! :) I'm so glad you did Monday Musts with us Eva! <3 <3

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    1. YES, it's so good Jessica and only $0.99 for kindle! Hope you liked the RR song!!

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  11. Favorite NA of all time? I am INTRIGUED. And yes, that post is super important!

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