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100 Days of Sunlight

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Also, if you're going to have multiple POVs, they need to be distinct. Tessa and Weston sounded almost exactly the same, because they were written in the exact same style. I fell in love with stories at a very young age. My mom introduced me to the world of reading, and I was enraptured by the magic of storytelling. I started writing stories of my own as soon as I learned how to hold a pencil, and I haven’t stopped since. It’s specified and written out that he was kissing her without permission. What I don’t understand is why include a part about asking her in the first place? Either you’re overcome with passion and kiss her, which has its issues, but I’m more comfortable with that than this scenario where he’s taking the time to ask and them not even waiting for an answer. I don’t see any excuse there. If you took the time to ask the question, you can take the time to wait for the answer.

The romance was so adorable and so realistic. I highly enjoyed reading how Tessa and Weston fell in love. There's no explained reason for why Weston is in his dad's office listening to his phone call in the scene where he overhears about Tessa, either. I also love how family played a large role in the plot. From Tessa's grandparents, to Weston's brothers, you could see how love is shown in different aspects of the story. I also truly ship Weston and Rudy's relationship. It's the kind of bromance that's so cute yet so important.I swear to god if anyone ever disrespected my boundaries like this I would chase them out of my house with a frying pan. This is so far beyond not okay and it's disrespectful of people's boundaries. They gave me a piece of paper with safety guidelines on it. I crunched it up and tossed it out the window on the drive home.” Now since I come from a conservative Christian perspective, yes, there were some things I disliked. Such as the language I don’t mind “ass” but I did mind pretty much all the rest of the language even though I did know I was going to be getting into it. I mean yes – Weston’s family and friends aren’t Christians and yes, that’s just real life there – but I didn’t need quite that much of it, if you know what I mean. The other thing is just that Tessa and Weston are 16 – too young for that kind of relationship, if you ask me – he’s not saved and she’s not really a strong Christian herself. Quite honestly, though, those aren’t flaws – they’re just my own reservations, coming from my beliefs and convictions. Because of my shorter timeline, I decided that 3 months pre-publication would be a perfect amount of time. I wanted the book to still be fresh in my ARC readers’ minds when the release date rolled around, to create more buzz and conversation around the book launch. The aesthetics. Yellow, polaroid cameras, waffles, blogger love, sunshine, obnoxiously optimistic boys...what’s not to love?

I am struggling to write anything in this review. There is literally no content and I seriously don’t get the hype for this. I wanted to get more of the blog content but NO. I wanted them not to ‘fall in love’ but NO. I wanted the writing to be exciting but NO. I wanted it to be really heart breaking, tearful et cetera but NO. I wanted it to live up to the hype but NO. The ending. I was really nervous about how the author was gonna wrap everything up, but I’m proud to announce that the ending was ABSOLUTE PERFECTION AND EVERYTHING I NEEDED.Becoming a creative writing coach was a natural “next step” for me – it blossomed out of my passion for storytelling. In 2016 I started blogging about writing, which turned into creating videos, and it’s been about one year since I launched my YouTube channel. It’s been amazing to connect with other writers all over the world and share my insight and my authoring journey. Determined to prove his love for her, Weston makes it his mission to be the best boyfriend ever and works to reunite Tessa with her mother. Meanwhile, Tessa plots elaborate ways to avoid “mother-daughter time” at all costs. One scheme leads to another, until Tessa finds herself tangled in a web of deceit — and, worst of all, lying to Weston. Honestly, if I'd known how much swearing was in this book, I might've passed it up. I get it that most people use cuss words without a care. I, however, am not one of those people. Really, is it necessary to have so much cussing in a book? I don't like swearing, but add to that God's name being used frequently and flippantly retracted pleasure from the dialogue for me. I could go on and on, and we'll never finish. But I really couldn't recommend this book enough. I could see myself talking about this book and recommending it to the people I know. B) Reaffirm her belief in the Christian god, which, again, really should have been mentioned to ARC readers beforehand. I'm still irritated about that.

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