Hello again, fellow bookworms! I hope that you’ve all been doing well. It’s been a rocky start to the new year so far, and I, for one, am trusting that things will get better soon. To lighten the mood, however, I would like to talk about certain books that made the crazy year of 2020 […]Read More Impactful Books I Read in 2020
Hey everyone! It is a brand-new year, and I find myself feeling very optimistic about this one (fingers crossed!). I hope the holidays have treated you all well! I have been doing a lot of reading and spending time with my family. So how about we start 2021 with a book review? This book was […]Read More Sparrow Alone – Mim Eichmann
2020. Words cannot begin to describe the rollercoaster of emotions that has been this year. We all thought that WW3 almost happening in January was as bad as it could get… Oh boy were we wrong. However, let’s try and make this different. Let’s not go about sulking saying “My oh my, everything is bad”. […]Read More Five Things That Might Make 2021 (a bit) better
Hello everyone, long time no see! It’s been a while. I’ve been in the most dreadful reading slump lately, as well as been focusing on doing some freelance work, upskilling and building my own website. However, I am happy to say that things have been going well and participating in this book tour was a […]Read More Amari and the Night Brothers – B.B. Alston
Hey everyone! I’m back with a discussion post today. Recent life events, and discussions I see on Twitter about problematic people, authors, and fictional characters have made me think about how at certain points our outbursts concerning certain characters may be more harmful to our understanding of human nature than we think. Here are the […]Read More We Are All Problematic, So Why Should We Expect Fictional Characters to Be Perfect?
Today I’ll be talking about a book that I reviewed as part of a grand book tour, organized by the lovely Dave, or @TheWriteReads, as he is known on Twitter. This book was hyped up as a great read, a YA filled with puzzles, mystery, and an interesting take on a love triangle. This was […]Read More The Inheritance Games – Jennifer Lynn Barnes
Hello again my fellow bibliophiles, I am taking part in an amazing blog tour, organized by the one and only @TheWriteReads on Twitter (you rock, Dave!!), and I am so glad that I took part in this one because this book was something else. Josie Jaffrey took the vampire trend and spun it into something […]Read More May Day – Josie Jaffrey: A Vampire mystery with a punch!
With schools supposedly opening in the next coming weeks and University students gearing up for a new year, here are some tips for students of all ages that might make your next scholastic year bearable.Read More 15 Productivity Tips for Students
Hello, my dear book lovers, Ah, do I have a juicy review for you today. The author of this book, Alexandria, kindly contacted me and asked if I could review this ARC after I had previously reviewed the first one in the series (which you can read here), and I just couldn’t say no. I […]Read More Gut-Wrenching, Heart-Warming, & Action-Packed Night – Alexandria Warwick
Today I will be reviewing a novella which forms part of the infamous ‘A Court of Thorns and Roses’ series, and one that I found did not live up to the hype of its predecessors. However, there are a few things that I would like to discuss about this book that I did enjoy, as […]Read More A Court of Frost and Starlight – Sarah J. Maas