Shatter Me by Tahereh Mafi

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Today I am bringing to you all a book review for a book that I have heard about endlessly from almost everyone. This series is one that I think everyone in the book community has read and loved and recently has come up again due to another book being released in this series!

Alright, let’s get into my review for Shatter Me by Tahereh Mafi!

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5 Star Book Predictions

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Today I’m going to do something a bit different for you all. Looking at my TBR shelf I am overwhelmed with how many books I have yet to read, so today I’m going to predict how many of those books I think will be 5 star reads!

Alright, not much more to talk about, let’s get into it!

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Wishlist Wednesday: Chapters – Deals of the Week

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Today I’m doing something a bit different.

Being Canadian, it is in my blood to be obsessed with Indigo (Chapters), which is a Canadian book store. It is so much more than just a book store, with items including handbags, stationary, candles, home goods as well as so much more. It is basically heaven on earth.

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Isle of Blood and Stone by Makiia Lucier

Hello everyone, long time no talk!

I have been a busy, busy girl and unfortunately this has impacted my ability to read as well as write my blog posts! I’m trying to not let this effect my blog too much though, I will continue to post as frequently as possible!

Moving on to this novel! I was lucky enough to receive an ARC of this novel for review from Raincoast Books, a wonderful company I have the pleasure of working with! So, thank you to them!

Alright, let’s jump right into the review!

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Children of Blood and Bone by Tomi Adeyemi

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I’m really excited to share my post for today! Children of Blood and Bone by Tomi Adeyemi is a novel that I had heard so much about this past month or so, and one that I was really excited to be able to read!

Let’s jump into the review!

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Favourites of the Month: March

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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!

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How to Balance Life and Reading

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Today I am going to write about how to balance life and reading. This is always a struggle for me when I start to get busy and have a lot of things to do throughout the day or week, so I figured I’d share my experiences and tips for anyone else who is having a hard time finding the time to read.

I’m going to just jump right into the post! I hope you all enjoy!

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March Wrap Up

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Welcome back to my blog, I hope you all are doing well!

Today I have for you all my March Wrap Up! I’m happy to note that I do have reviews up for all of these books, so I will link those for you!

Alright, let’s jump right into the review now!

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An Ode to Planning

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If you visit my page often you probably consider me to be mainly someone who is obsessed with books and reading. Which is absolutely true.

BUT I am more than books guys! I AM!

There is a part of my life that I don’t think I’ve talked about on this blog at all, which is very odd seeing as how it is something that many people blog about, so I don’t know why I haven’t done something like this before!

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