February Wrap-Up: Lamingtons(!!), Showmen, Actual Reading(??) + 1200 FOLLOWERS?

So January was like a turtle (so slow)... so obviously February had to be the hare (so damn fast, slow down). I’m not happy about how fast the year is moving already. Can it please slow down? My diddy lil' legs can’t keep up. books i read: I promise I read more than two books,… Continue reading February Wrap-Up: Lamingtons(!!), Showmen, Actual Reading(??) + 1200 FOLLOWERS?

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HUGE RANT: Romance Tropes That Need To Burn In A Firey Pit ft. Picky Book Blogger Pettiness.

Watch me as I trash one of my favourite things in bitterness... I GET IT. IT'S NOT VALENTINES DAY ANYMORE. BUT I'M STILL BITTER. If I’m honest, romance right now can just burn. Literally. Set it on bonfire fire -- right in the middle. Throw it into a forest fire. Add it to a firework then… Continue reading HUGE RANT: Romance Tropes That Need To Burn In A Firey Pit ft. Picky Book Blogger Pettiness.

Why We Should Read On Whims ft. Marvellous Books I’ve Read Via Whim.

Taking a break from my highly opinionated posts. . .  Today I will be discussing the beauty of whims. Whimsical writing is by far my favourite writing styles, but reading on a whim? EVEN BETTER, yet, I hardly pick up books on a complete whim anymore, but recently, I've started to do it more!! Kristin did a post a while… Continue reading Why We Should Read On Whims ft. Marvellous Books I’ve Read Via Whim.

Simon Vs. The Homo Sapiens Agenda Review: Smushy Feelings and Screaming.

I've wanted to read this for two years. TWO years. And gahhhhh did it not disappoint.. that much? I know. Let me explain!! Okay okay okay the book was so cute and ajdjsjsjsjsj and full of feelings and smushy feelings, but I felt a little underwhelming? I think that is was the perfect contemporary, but… Continue reading Simon Vs. The Homo Sapiens Agenda Review: Smushy Feelings and Screaming.

Month in Review // January wrap up: Oh I Read More Than One Book, Poetry & WIP(s)

January was bad... and I mean bad... like, sob-in-a-cave-forever-type-of-bad bad. ...Okay, it wasn't that bad. It wasn't Magnus-Level-Throw-Glitter-Everywhere-Awesome, but it wasn't SO terrible (at least for a little bit. I think that books are trying to make me suffer (more than usual). I just wish that books WOULD LET ME LOVE THEM. Okay? And words. I just… Continue reading Month in Review // January wrap up: Oh I Read More Than One Book, Poetry & WIP(s)

Reasons Why I Would Follow / Unfollow A Blog ft. Why It’s Okay To Unfollow.

I’m really easy to charm with your blog.  I follow blogs pretty easily* if I’m honest. But, I think that I also unfollow blogs due to many reasons. Also, if you do carry on reading this, WHICH I HOPE YOU DO, please remember that I am not calling any bloggers out, and I’m just stating my… Continue reading Reasons Why I Would Follow / Unfollow A Blog ft. Why It’s Okay To Unfollow.

The Book Stationary Tag! 

A another tag! I love doing tags, and this tag, I find, is so unique! Thank you so much Jasmine @howusefulitis !!!  The Rules: * Thank the creator: Sam @ RiverMooseReads * Answer the questions. * Add pictures! (If you want to) * Tag (about) 5 people. On with the tag...  Pencils -  Favorite MG or… Continue reading The Book Stationary Tag! 

A Reader’s confession tag

So, I know Ive been doing loads of tags at the moment, and not so many reviews, but here's another tag! I think that they're a good way to mix up my blog, and make things a little more interesting for you guys! I was tagged by the wonderful Zoe and Annike @twintalesbookreviews I love these… Continue reading A Reader’s confession tag

Book Review: A little something different. 

  Title: a little something different.  Author: Sandy Hall.  Page Count: 272.  Blurb:  Fourteen Viewpoints, One Love Story.  Lea and Gabe are in the same creative writing class. They get the same pop culture references and order the same Chinese food, and hang out in the same places. Unfortunately Lea is a little aloof, Gabe is… Continue reading Book Review: A little something different.