July Round-Up​

Hello everyone! How are you doing?! Long time no see. So, I haven't posted anything on my blog for 20 days! (That's a while...) Nor have I been around the blogosphere. The latter I feel most bad about. The reason for this absent is I guess actually a great/acceptable reason; I have been reading. At … Continue reading July Round-Up​

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Top Ten Tuesday – Books with sensory reading​ memories

Happy Tuesday everyone! I hope you are all enjoying the summer! 😀 Today it is time for another round of TTT. This week topic books with sensory reading memories. This was a fun one but also a bit difficult. I am good at remembering the plot of the books I read but not always where … Continue reading Top Ten Tuesday – Books with sensory reading​ memories

Ace Of Shades by Amanda Foody (review)

This is a unique, captivating and dark book about the secrets, families and power that run the City of Sins. A city filled with gambling, corruption and crime. “To be frank, reader, you’d be better off not visiting the city at all.” Ace Of Shades Amanda Foody 459 pages My rating ★★★★★ Synopsis from Goodreads Enne … Continue reading Ace Of Shades by Amanda Foody (review)

Top Ten Tuesday – Best Books I Have Read In 2018 (so far)

So I completely missed that this week TTT has been changed. In my Evernote notebook, it says that this weeks topic was a throwback to a previous topic. However, this has been changed to Best Books I have Read In 2018 (so far). I was totally ignorant of this until I saw that everybody's post was a … Continue reading Top Ten Tuesday – Best Books I Have Read In 2018 (so far)

Top Ten Tuesday – Throwback: Books I’d slay a Lion to get early!

Happy Tuesday everyone! I hope everyone is enjoying the summer and that your summer reading is going after plan! This weeks TTT topic is TTT throwback and I have decided to list ten books I'd slay a lion to get early which was a topic I missed out on a few months back. There are so … Continue reading Top Ten Tuesday – Throwback: Books I’d slay a Lion to get early!

Three reasons why you should read Am I Normal Yet? by Holly Bourne (review)

Am I Normal Yet Holly Bourne 433 pages My rating ★★★ Synopsis from Goodreads: All Evie wants is to be normal. She’s almost off her meds and at a new college where no one knows her as the girl-who-went-crazy. She’s even going to parties and making friends. There’s only one thing left to tick off her … Continue reading Three reasons why you should read Am I Normal Yet? by Holly Bourne (review)

Emergency Contact by Mary Choi (review)

Emergency Contact is a cute and thoughtful book about friendship and strained/tense mother relationship, This book also deals partly with depression, assault and abuse. However, the story doesn't drown in these heavy issues. Emergency Contact Mary H.K. Choi 391 pages My rating: ★★★★ The book is told by a third-person narrator, shifting between Penny and Sam as the … Continue reading Emergency Contact by Mary Choi (review)