Book Review | This Train is Being Held by Ismee Amiel Williams

SYNOPSISWhen private school student Isabelle Warren first meets Dominican-American Ale Rosario on the downtown 1 train, she remembers his green eyes and his gentlemanly behavior. He remembers her untroubled happiness, something he feels all rich kids must posess. That, and her long dancer legs. Over the course of multiple subway encounters spanning the next threeContinue reading “Book Review | This Train is Being Held by Ismee Amiel Williams”

Hello After a Long Time!

Hello my dear book fellas,it feels good to be back here again because I missed you. I took a little break right before Christmas and I haven’t posted anything since then. My blog and Instagram are still there but in two months they are left with zero posts. It came all of a sudden andContinue reading “Hello After a Long Time!”

Book Review | A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens

SYNOPSIS‘If I had my way, every idiot who goes around with Merry Christmas on his lips, would be boiled with his own pudding, and buried with a stake of holly through his heart. Merry Christmas? Bah humbug!’ Introduction and afterword by Joe Wheeler To bitter, miserly Ebenezer Scrooge, Christmas is just another day. But allContinue reading “Book Review | A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens”

Love Looks Pretty on You by Lang Leav | Highlights

A Love Letter to Bali I will never forget those slow, languid days, warm and balmy. The sun was a pomegranate red, ripe, and full of promise, painting the pink sky. We stayed in a Grecian-style villa, overlooking the shoreline, watching the waves crash onto the lazy stretch of sand below. The daylight sunk intoContinue reading “Love Looks Pretty on You by Lang Leav | Highlights”

Book Review |Love Looks Pretty on You by Lang Leav

SYNOPSISThe much anticipated new book by international bestselling author Lang Leav. A breathtakingly beautiful collection of contemporary poetry and prose, offering powerful insights into love, heartbreak, relationships, and empowerment. Filled with wisdom and encouragement, every single page is a testament to the power of words, and the impact they can have on the relationships youContinue reading “Book Review |Love Looks Pretty on You by Lang Leav”

Book Review: Never Google Heartbreak by Emma Garcia

✦ BLURB ✦ When her fiancé Rob breaks off their engagement for the third time, Viv does what any girl would do – she Googles heartbreak. Confronted by tales of misery, she decides to set-up her own self-help website for the broken-hearted. But as Viv passes through the three essential stages of grief (denial, vodka,Continue reading “Book Review: Never Google Heartbreak by Emma Garcia”

Spooky October Graphic Novels: Megahex & and Chilling Adventures of Sabrina

Hello everybody,I can’t believe that this is my first post in October because I planned to post almost every other day in this month. However, so many things happened recently and I didn’t have free time to post anything. The only good thing is that I read two books last week. Yay! I will tellContinue reading “Spooky October Graphic Novels: Megahex & and Chilling Adventures of Sabrina”

Book Review: Wrong Day to Wear a Dress by Naissa Amada

✦ABOUT NAISSA AMADA ✦ Naissa Amada is an artist, poet, writer and French musician, born in Mayotte Island, 1995. She uses Instagram as her primary sharing platform. She has published her first collection of poems entitled; Wrong Day to Wear a Dress ,in April, 2019. It deals with topics such as love, heartbreak, isolation, self-esteem,Continue reading “Book Review: Wrong Day to Wear a Dress by Naissa Amada”

Book Review: Just Get Up: And Manifest Your Inner Genius by Isaac Samuel Miller

✦ABOUT ISAAC SAMUEL MILLER ✦ Isaac Samuel Miller is the author of Just Get Up: And Manifest Your Inner Genius and he has a collaborative book entitled, Expert & Influencers; The Leadership Edition. When Isaac turned 11 he was determined to provide for his sick mom and to escape poverty, so he set out onContinue reading “Book Review: Just Get Up: And Manifest Your Inner Genius by Isaac Samuel Miller”

Spooky September Book Review: Death’s Life by B. Latif

✦ ABOUT BELA LATIF ✦ Born in the small town of Sarai, Alamgir, Pakistan, Bela Latif lived there with her parents and three siblings, emigrating to the U.S.A. with her parents in 2016. Brought up as a Muslim and speaking Urdu, she soon found that she preferred reading stories in English, her favorites being fairyContinue reading “Spooky September Book Review: Death’s Life by B. Latif”

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