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!”

Reading Update: Commute by E. Williams and The Art of Breaking Things by L. Sibson

Hello bookworms,It is Thursday and I felt like I need to write something here, so I decided to do the update on reading. As you probably know, last week I created an August TBR list and decided to stick with it. So far I have finished Commute by Erin Williams and I enjoyed reading it.Continue reading “Reading Update: Commute by E. Williams and The Art of Breaking Things by L. Sibson”

August 2019 TBR Pile

Happy August, book fellas! I still cannot believe that July is behind us – time flies indeed. In my previous post, I was talking about the books I read in July. Some of them I really liked and some of them I wish I hadn’t read at all. All in all, July was quite interestingContinue reading “August 2019 TBR Pile”

What I Read: July 2019

Yaay we have made it! It’s 30th of July which means it’s time for monthly highlights and I’m so excited. It has been quite rough for me and I was in a reading slump twice this month – which is really bad and I hate when it happens. I have read five books and mostContinue reading “What I Read: July 2019”

Book Review: The Burden of Trust by Tabitha Young

Sometimes, the heart exacts more than we want to pay Te Burden of Trust, Tabitha Young ✦ SYNOPSIS ✦   Faced with a decision that would change her life forever, Katerine ‘Kate’ Woods took the route that seemed best with the circumstances. Only time would tell whether or not she had made the right choice. HerContinue reading “Book Review: The Burden of Trust by Tabitha Young”

How to deal with Book Hangovers

I do not get book hangovers.– said no book lover ever Do you know that feeling when you finish a brilliant book, and you just can’t move on to read something new? Well, congratulations – you are one of us! You experienced a book hangover. This kind of hangover is very common among bookish community,Continue reading “How to deal with Book Hangovers”

Book review: I Heart Hawaii by Lindsey Kelk

‘I am a woman who has it all,’ I said quietly, staring at my own face reflected back in the screen of my iPhone. ‘I am a woman who owns her power.’ The version of me looking back rolled her eyes but I went on regardless. ‘I am strong, vital and beautiful.’ And tired, emotionalContinue reading “Book review: I Heart Hawaii by Lindsey Kelk”

Book Review: Dark Soul Experiments by Bre Hall

What if you could relive a past life by touching a piece of it? ✦ SYNOPSIS ✦ Ren Morris is a snarky, sixteen-year-old girl living in the middle of nowhere. When she meets cute and mysterious Peter in the local antique shop one day, he buys her the most unique charm bracelet she’s ever seen.Continue reading “Book Review: Dark Soul Experiments by Bre Hall”

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