This book was sent to me from the lovely guys over at The Book Publicist, and I’m honestly so grateful for having received it- I don’t know how I would’ve came in contact with it otherwise. It was a really interesting read, written in a quirky, unique way (that I really enjoyed, so it’s all good here!) and it touches some hugely important points! Enjoy the post!
Hey, guys! I’m alive and kicking, well into the year of 2018! Let’s fill this year with personal achievements and positivity, okay? I’m here with (and for) you, so let’s make the best of it! As the first post for this year, I figured I’d bring some proper closure to my impromptu blogmas series: a compiled What I Got For Christmas and (since we’re starting out the new year) a tiny Hello 2018. Enjoy!
Ever since I finished this book (read: an hour ago, as of writing this), I’ve been wondering how to go about reviewing it. I don’t know what could do it justice- my words seem lacking for this. As a book blogger, though, I have to give it a try. Let’s begin. Enjoy the last day of Blogmas! It's been a ride, folks.
Feels like the Six of Crows review was written half a lifetime ago, and by that point a few weeks had passed since I read the duology- alas, here I am, coming out with the review for the second book two months later. Shall we begin?
At the moment of writing this, I can say two things for sure: 1. I have finished the book 11 hours ago and 2. I haven’t liked a book this much in (probably) months. I’ve known about this book for a while (before it even came out, thank BookTube for that), and I’ve been wanting to read it ever since I laid eyes on it. Damn, was it a good one! 11/10 would recommend. Here’s why.
Author’s Note: I wrote this post back in summer (I think I initially intended to make it a part of #ABJ, but it got buried under a lot of other posts) that’s why time-wise, it doesn’t really make sense. Nonetheless, enjoy!
Hey, friends! I’m back with a review for All The Bright Places! I think the first thing I did after finishing this book was frantically text my two best friends and ask them what on Earth possessed them to gift me this book on my birthday. Seriously, it’s a whole lot of angst packed in a whole lot of entrancing writing. Worst recipe for trying not to bawl your eyes out on a Sunday night.
Last weekend, I’ve finally gotten around to doing something that’s been annoying me for a while- my bookshelves. I had been unsatisfied with how they’d been previously arranged and how I couldn’t tell which book I read from which I haven’t- therefore, I have designed a new system! Find out more about it in this post & enjoy day seven of Blogmas!
This book is one I’ve read in summer- however, since I’m really behind on reviews, I haven’t gotten around to it until now! It’s a thriller that touches multiple genres- detective, action, romance, teen fiction- it has it all. Enjoy day six of Blogmas!
Since the last bujo post was written a lifetime ago (read: in October), I decided to write an update! Okay, so maybe that’s not the entire truth- I’m just really proud of how much I’ve progressed in December. But there’s also the fact that I haven’t posted about this in a while! It added up perfectly!