June: Wrap-up

Ooooh, y’all have no idea how much I’ve been waiting to write this blog post. I HAVE SO MANY NEW IDEAS, and I can’t wait to tell you all about them. First off, let’s talk about the changes you’ve seen on this blog because there have been many in the past month. You know how […]

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July: TBR

Hello fellow book lovers! In June, I joined BookTok, and there were so many books that everybody talked about. Every video I came across said something about the 55th chapter from A Court of Mist and Fury by Sarah J. Maas, or something about Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo. The Lunar Chronicles popped in […]

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Mid-Year Book Freakout Tag (2020)

I saw this tag on Noura’s blog. It is called The Perks of Being Noura, and I suggest you to check it out. Anyway, I saw this tag on her blog, and I found it quite interesting. I needed to post something today, and I didn’t want it to be a review. I already posted […]

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ARC REVIEW: A Wish For Jinnie by Audrey Davis

★★★★ Writing Quality 4/5, Character Development 4/5, ‘Couldn’t put it down’ – ness 4/5, Intellectual Depth 5/5, Originality 5/5, Overall 4.4/5. You all know how much I loved The Haunting of Hattie Hastings, and a part of me was quite scared to read this book because of it. It happened to me before to like a novel from an author, […]

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ARC REVIEW: The Invincible Summer of Juniper Jones by Daven McQueen

★★★★★ Writing Quality 4.5/5, Character Development 5/5, ‘Couldn’t put it down’ – ness 5/5, Intellectual Depth 5/5, Originality 5/5, Overall 4.9/5. Since I saw ‘The Incredible Summer of Juniper Jones’ on NetGalley, I was dying to read it, mainly because it was about to be published under Wattpad Books. If you know me in real life, or even if you […]

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ARC REVIEW: The Little Teashop in Tokyo by Julie Caplin

★★★★★ Writing Quality 5/5, Character Development 5/5, ‘Couldn’t put it down’ – ness 5/5, Intellectual Depth 5/5, Originality 5/5, Overall 5/5. I came across this book on NetGalley, and I requested it without even reading the description (stupid decision, I know). At the time, I didn’t know The Little Teashop in Tokyo by Julie Caplin was part of a series, […]

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Black Lives Matter And My Opinion About It + book recommendations

As you all know, there have been a lot of things happening around the world regarding the Black Lives Matter Movement and everything related to racism, white privilege, etc. Yesterday I talked with one of my friends about this particular subject, and that person told me that what is happening now is not a big […]

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ARC REVIEW: When We Vanished by Alanna Peterson

★★★★★★ Writing Quality 6/5, Character Development 6/5, ‘Couldn’t put it down’ – ness 6/5, Intellectual Depth 6/5, Originality 6/5, Overall 6/5. One of my biggest flaws is that I always judge a book by the cover. I have been doing it for years now, and I simply can’t stop. I rarely read a book with […]

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ARC REVIEW: Happily Ever After and Everything In Between by Debbie Tung

★★★★☆ Writing Quality 5/5, Character Development 5/5, ‘Couldn’t put it down’ – ness 3/5, Intellectual Depth 4/5, Illustration quality 5/5, Originality 2/5,  Overall 4/5. A month ago I was browsing throughout Edelweiss+ for some light readings, and found ‘Happily Ever After & Everything in Between’ by Debbie Tung. As soon as I put my eyes on the cover, something attracted me to it, and I decided […]

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