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Kelsey M.

New York, NY

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Publicist for Swoon Reads. LA native. Not ashamed to know all things Kardashian.

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Tuesday, June 26th, 2018

3 Reading Recs for Summer Beach Bums

Anti-humidity hairspray and smiling Northeasterners. Must be summer, y’all.This also means the return of bucolic beach days—wherein a sea breeze, chic shades, and great book are all you need. (Companions optional!)To toast most humans’ favorite time of year, I’m here to give you a few of my top reading recs. Enjoy, and don’t forget ... Read More

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Monday, November 27th, 2017

Gift Guide: For Bibliophiles Dwarfed by TBR Piles

The wreaths are out, Crosby’s playing, and somewhere upstate, a towering Norway spruce is about to head south for the role of a lifetime. That’s right, folks, ‘tis the season to spend, spend, spend—and your buds are already fantasizing about the thoughtful purchases you’ll make in their honor. I’m going to go out on a ... Read More

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Wednesday, November 1st, 2017

For THIS IS US Weepers: Book Recommendations Galore!

If by now you haven’t seen NBC’s This Is Us, nominated for 10 Emmys its freshman season, you’re doing your tear glands a disservice. The ratings topper stars Milo Ventimiglia (dreamy Jess from Gilmore Girls) and Mandy Moore (Beaufort’s own Jamie Sullivan, RIP), not to mention the Holy Trinity of Sterling K. Brown, Chrissy Metz, and ... Read More

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Friday, September 1st, 2017

8 YA Characters Who Could Convincingly Narrate Taylor Swift’s New Single

Hoping to capitalize off a year of PR missteps, Taylor Swift is seizing the narrative that painted her as a villain post-Snapchat-gate in the form of Reputation, a new record (seemingly sponsored by Hot Topic) debuting in November.Last Thursday, Swift dropped “Look What You Made Me Do,” a single so cold and unforgiving (for someone who once wrote a ... Read More

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