Book Review| Outlander by Diana Gabaldon

Title: Outlander (Outlander #1) // Author: Diana Gabaldon Date of publication: Date of publication: July 26th 2005 (first published June 1st 1991) // Print length: paperback, 850 pages You can buy this book from Amazon The year is 1945. Claire Randall, a former combat nurse, is just back from the war and reunited with her husband on a second honeymoon when she walks […]

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Book Tour | REVIEW OF IN The JADED GROVE BY ANELA DEEN

Title: In The Jaded Grove (Kindred Realms #1) // Author: Anela Deen Date of publication: Published March 31st 2021 by Fine Fables Press // Print length: paperback, 333 pages You can buy this book from Amazon Simith of Drifthorn is tired of war. After years of conflict between the Thistle court and the troll kingdom, even a pixie knight known for his […]

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Book Tour| Of Wicked Blood by Olivia Wildenstein and Katie Hayoz

Title: Of Wicked Blood ( The Quatrefoil Chronicles #1 ) // Author: Olivia Wildenstein and Katie Hayoz Publication date: February 2, 2021 // Print length: Hardcover, 425 pages You can buy this book from Amazon No rest for the wicked… or the cursed. SLATEI didn’t mean to steal the Bloodstone from the De Morel’s crypt.Scratch that, I did mean to […]

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Book Tour| Review of Home is not a Country by Safia Ellhilo

Title: Home Is Not a Country // Author: Safia Elhillo Date of publication: March 2nd 2021 by Make Me a World // Print length: Hardcover, 224 pages You can buy this book from Amazon A mesmerizing novel in verse about family, identity, and finding yourself in the most unexpected places–for fans of The Poet X, I Am Not Your Perfect Mexican Daughter, and Jason Reynolds. […]

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Blog Discussion| Favourite Quotes – February 2021 Edition

Today I felt like writing something for the blog, but I didn’t want to do anything serious, as I’m feeling too lazy to do actual research, and then it crossed my mind; FAVOURITE QUOTES! It is something I always like to incorporate into my reviews, but I never made a post with the best quotes […]

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ARC Review| The Stars That Guide You Home by Jemma Robinson

Title: The Stars That Guide You Home // Author: Jemma Robinson Date of publication: March/ April 2021 by Partenership Publishing // Print length: paperback, 492 pages You can buy this book from Amazon Sophia had her life planned out in the Capital. She could have had it all; the finest made ballgowns, diamonds and a King. But Sophia wanted to chase her own […]

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ARC REVIEW| Catch Lili Too (Gamin Immortals, #1) by Sophie Whittemore

Title: Catch Lili Too // Author: Sophie Whittemore Date of publication: November 16th 2020 by NineStar Press // Print length: paperback, 331 pages You can buy this book from Amazon Lili is a Mesopotamian siren, and life as an immortal being is hard enough as it is. She’s asexual (which is incredibly difficult to reconcile if your entire point as a mythical being […]

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TV Series Impressions| Alice in Borderland – Season 1 Episode 1

Channel: Netflix // Country: Japan // Release Date: December 10th 2020 // Runtime: 48 minutes Trigger Warnings: Sex & Nudity, Violence & Gore, Profanity, Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking, Frightening & Intense Scenes Before continuing, you must know that this post contains spoilers from the first episode. If you do not want to read this post, […]

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ARC REVIEW| The Wasteland by Harper Jameson & W.A.W. Parker+ MoodBoard

Title: The Wasteland // Author: Harper Jameson & W.A.W Parker Date of publication: January 5th 2021 by Level 4 Press // Print length: paperback, 270 pages You can buy this book from Amazon The extraordinary career and devastating life of T.S. Eliot. T.S. Eliot is a hollow man trapped in a dreary world. He works at a bank, a slave to the clock, the […]

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Blog Discussion| Is Cancel Culture Idiotic?

If you’ve been on TikTok or any other social media platforms, you must have heard of the cancel culture phenomenon. I might have an unpopular opinion, but I felt the need to share my thoughts regarding this particular subject. I am not the biggest fan of cancel culture, but I agree that the majority of […]

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