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Continue reading “Hearts, Strings, and Other Breakable Things by Jacqueline Firkins”
Surprise, surprise, I’m back again with yet another book review.
This book review is for a book that I was super excited to pick up because of my long lasting love for cheesy romance novels.
I had the pleasure of hearing Jacqueline Firkins talk at the last Raincoast Books Teens Read Preview I went to and I immediately knew I would fly through this novel once I picked it up.
And that is exactly what happened.
I’m going to stop chattering on and jump into my review for Hearts, Strings, and Other Breakable Things!
Hello everyone, funny how I barely post on here but when I do I post tons.
I guess something is better than nothing in this case, plus I’m just going to let me creativity flourish until I decide I don’t have time for it again.
I have been busy the past couple months, from working a new full time job that takes a lot out of me, to moving in with my boyfriend of three years, to GETTING ENGAGED this past month. It has been a rollercoaster of a year so far, but I am loving every moment of it.
I’m here because I have had a new found love for books again. I hit a huge slump at the beginning of the year and have barely read since, but this weekend I read 2 books and I’m currently working on a third. Funny how a good book can get you back into the reading mood.
Alright, enough chatting, let’s jump into my brief but raving review of Lock Every Door by Riley Sager!
Continue reading “Lock Every Door by Riley Sager”
Long time no post….
I have a fun blog tour for you all today, and it’s for a book that blew me away and I’m sure you’ll all love!
I’d like to thank Raincoast Books for including me in this blog tour, I’m grateful as always that they thought of me!
Let’s get into it!
Continue reading “I’m Not Dying with You Tonight by Kimberly Jones and Gilly Segal Blog Tour”
Continue reading “Kingsbane by Claire Legrand”
I know I haven’t written on here in a while, but life has been wild the last couple months.
Today I have my blog tour blog post for Kingsbane by Claire Legrand!
Let’s jump into it!
This review has been a long time coming, but I haven’t been able to get around to sitting down and just doing it!
I received this ARC in exchange for an honest review from Scholastic!
Let’s get into it!
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March was a month that flew by for me. I had so much going on and it made the time feel like nothing, which I am not complaining about, I love it when I’m busy!
This month also included the Wonder Week Read-a-thon which I had so much fun hosting. It took place during the week I had my wisdom teeth removed but I had managed to read 4/5 of the books I wanted to read, so it was a successful read-a-thon in my books (heh, books).
I’m just going to jump right into my monthly favourites now! I hope you all enjoy!
Continue reading “Favourites of the Month: March”
I’m back again with another blog post. This time it’s about the movie Get Out. I know, I know, I’m very late to jump on this train, but I’m glad I finally had the opportunity to do so.
Let’s get right into it.
Continue reading “Get Out”
This year one of my goals is to read tomes (larger novels), therefore I wanted to create a post with a list of all the novels that I’d like to read this year that meet that category.
This post is pretty self explanatory, it’s just going to be a list of the top 10 tomes I want to read this year. I hope you enjoy!
Continue reading “Top 10 Novels I Want to Read This Year!”
Last year was an incredible reading year for me.
I am happy to report that I managed to finish off the year with 101 books read (with a day to spare).
This year I wanted to do things a bit differently and calm myself down a bit so I can concentrate on reading bigger books that I normally wouldn’t pick up due to their size. Additionally I wanted to be consistent with my book reviews, especially for those books that I have received from the author/publisher to review.
I will be putting out an additional post going over the Top Ten Novels I want to read this year, but for this post I’d like to just go over some general goals I’d like to accomplish in relation to my reading.
Continue reading “2018 Reading Goals”