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Go on a Blind Date...With a Book!

I have never been on a blind date. It's one of those dating milestones that I completely missed out on... but I've seen enough Sex and the City episodes to know that they are entirely overrated.  

But the thought of being surprised is always fun so that's what inspired my Go On A Date with a Book idea...because let's face it, if I did have a night to do anything I want, I'd probably end up snuggled on the couch with a good book instead of going anywhere, especially on a blind date.



So let's have some fun, shall we? Simply read the quick peak inside each of the books below and if you find one that intrigues you, click to find out more about the book!  I chose random books among my favorites or ones that are always my go-to for recommendations. You never know what you might find! 

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Are you in love yet? Let me know if any of these sparked your interest and if you added them to your "to-read" list! 

And also, can we just share a little hallelujah that it's finally Friyay? This weekend, I'm hanging out with little Lucy, shopping for a very special wedding coming up and finishing up Sunday's on the Phone with Monday. I'm listening to The Flood Girls on audible right now, which is a super fun story. Next up on my list is Where'd You Go Bernadette?, which has been on list for literally years and I finally picked up a copy at the Austin airport last week. 

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  1. What a fun concept! I'll definitely have to give a few of these a try!

    I'll often stumble upon a book and start reading without looking it up in Goodreads. I love the surprise!


    Vivacious Reads

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  2. The Flood Girls is one of my favorite books of this year. I don't do audiobooks it I can see how it would be an entertaining listen.

    I love the idea of this post so, so much!

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  3. Stunning post What a great idea! Will book 2 of these for a date night.

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  4. I LOVE this post!! Thanks for sharing, great idea.

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  5. I knew what the first two were immediately as I loved them.

    Great post!

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  6. I love this post! I clicked on the second one but I have it added to my TBR already so clearly I am ahead of the game!

    Jamie @ Books and Ladders

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  7. Fun! Our library does this once or twice a year with mixed results.

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  8. Love this digital version! Cool idea. A book club I am apart of did this during one of the meets and it was so much fun :)

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  9. Sunday's on the Phone with Monday sounds really interesting and a nice read to me. Thank you for mentioning it! I've just added it to my Want to Read list on Goodreads
    Jade xo

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  10. This is such a fun post idea! If it's okay with you, could I try a post like this?
    I'm not sure if you're aware, but there actually IS a website for this. :-)
    -Amy

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