My March Wrap Up

March was a funny one. The world got flipped, turned upside down and it has impacted so many people. For me, I'm on my second week working from home, but my motivation to read has plummeted. At least when it comes to physical books. I don't know what to pick from my TBR shelf anymore... Continue Reading →

March Book Haul

This will be a quick monthly book haul update. Simply because I only bought 1 book this month (let's blame corona shall we). The book I bought was none other than... Crescent City - House of Earth and Blood by Sarah J. Maas Bound by blood. Tempted by desire. Unleashed by destiny. Bryce Quinlan had... Continue Reading →

My February Wrap Up

Thankfully, my February wrap up is a stark contrast to my book haul. I managed to read a total of 6 books this month and I am very pleased with that. It was mostly YA/NA contemporary romance, but there was room for a little fantasy as well. Let's dive in shall we? First book I... Continue Reading →

January Wrap Up

Just like 2019 I started the year off strong. I've read a total of 11 books in January and all of them were on my phone because I had a 30 day free premium membership with Saxo.com where you can read a lot of e-books for free on their app. So I took full advantage... Continue Reading →

My December Wrap Up

I didn't read all that much here in December, but I managed to finish four books and without further ado, here they are: The Christmasaurus and the Winter Witch by Tom Fletcher This is such a lovely children's book about Christmas, family and friendship. It's the sequel and is just as heartwarming as the first... Continue Reading →

My December Book Haul

December has come to a close, Christmas is over and the new year and new decade is nigh. As for books this month, I actually only bought 1 for myself, but I was so kindly gifted 6 books - 1 for Christmas, 1 for review and 4 in an advent calendar sent to me by... Continue Reading →

Review – Call It What You Want

Title: Call It What You Want Author: Brigid Kemmerer Rating: When his dad is caught embezzling funds from half the town, Rob goes from popular lacrosse player to social pariah. Even worse, his father’s failed suicide attempt leaves Rob and his mother responsible for his care. Everyone thinks of Maegan as a typical overachiever, but... Continue Reading →

My December TBR

Ho ho ho! The last and jolliest of all months have arrived! I'm keeping my December TBR to a minimum as I am sure to be busy with lots of things, so I'm keeping it short and open, as I'm not sure what genre mood I'll be in. The first book I will definitely be... Continue Reading →

My November Wrap Up

November was a good month for reading books. I read a total of 6 books; two of them were rereads, two were sent by the publisher as review copies and the last two were, well, just picked out from the shelves. All the books had one thing in common - they were all AMAZING! Seriously,... Continue Reading →

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