I have been listening to Adele and feeling very dramatic this week. Don't be fooled by the title, I am only talking about the end of the year, and with it comes the usual wrap-up! I am combining both December and 2016 wrap-ups before jumping with both feet into my second blogging year. What's New?… Continue reading This Is The End
So Marshie has decided to jump on the adult-blogger pool and created his very own tag! If you don't know Marshie, or Drew for the rest of the world, you can find his brilliant poems and reviews @The Tattooed Book Geek, fans of gore, fantasy and blood won't be disappointed, but everyone can find their… Continue reading Suntag: This Is My Genre, Tell Me Yours Book Tag
Spooktober deserves its name. Something scary happened in October. Time disappeared. Vanished. Pouf! No, I'm not talking about the fact we entered Winter time last weekend. I'm talking about our days going missing! You blink and the month is gone. Is there someone to investigate this phenomenon?? What's new? No more strawberry tarts at the… Continue reading October Wrap-up
Author: Christy Esmahan Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform Format: eBook Pages: 239 Release date: February 20th 2015 Started: March 22nd 2016 Finished: March 25th 2016 Rating: ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Do you ever wonder about how scientists' minds work? About how cures are discovered and people saved? About the process of medical research? Me neither. When I think… Continue reading Book Review: The Laptev Virus, Christy Esmahan
This Week In Books is a great meme hosted by Lipsyy Lost & Found where you sum-up what you’ve been reading during the week. ∧ Then ∧ Lost Memory of Skin, Russel Banks Blurb: After doing time for a liaison with an underage girl, the Kid is forbidden to live within 2,500 feet of anywhere children… Continue reading This Week In Books (March 16th 2016)
This Week In Books is a great meme hosted by Lipsyy Lost & Found where you sum-up what you’ve been reading during the week. ∧ Then ∧ Back When We Were Grownups, Anne Tyler Back When We Were Grownups has its flaws but it was an enjoyable read. I am looking forward to reading other… Continue reading This Week In Books (Feb 24th 2016)
I came across Lipsyy Lost & Found ‘s This Week In Books weekly post and thought it was a great idea to keep track of what is in my bag every week. NOW ~ Digging to America, Anne Tyler I started this one today. It's my first time reading Anne Tyler. I was wandering in the library… Continue reading This Week In Books (February 3rd)
I won't pressure you, dear 2016. No lengthy list of unachievable things. No miracles needed. No prayers sent to an almighty God about life-changing events (although I wouldn't mind coming across the right numbers for the lottery...). After all, what the year is made of is mostly up to me and how I look at things.… Continue reading Who Are You, 2016?
I came across Lipsyy Lost & Found 's This Week In Books weekly post and thought it was a great idea to keep track of what is in my bag every week. NOW: Jane Eyre, Charlotte Brontë It's been on my reading list for ages so I'm glad to finally get to… Continue reading This Week In Books (20th January)
I have spent quite some time thinking about what that first post should be about. An Introduction? It would not fit in one post. I am a firm believer no one can introduce oneself with only a few words. Still, I'm willing to try. Who am I? I could say I'm an English student, but… Continue reading First post of the year: how original.