Good morning friends! I hope you've had a great start to the year. Today, I'll be sharing with you my Monthly Wrap-Up for December 2019. A lot of great things happened this month. I had my Winter break which I spent with family, I read a good number of books, and something exciting happened...more on… Continue reading Monthly Wrap-Up: December 2019
Hello my dear friends! I hope you are having a fantastic start to your week. Today, I will be doing two mini reviews, since I am behind and I'm trying to catch up. The books that I'll be reviewing today are Wherever She Goes by Kelley Armstrong and Curious Minds by Janet Evanovich. I was… Continue reading Mini Reviews: Wherever She Goes and Curious Minds
Hello everyone! It's January 31st, a.k.a the last day of the first month of 2019. This is my first ever Monthly Wrap-Up post, and my first one of the year. I'm gonna list the books I've read, the most liked/visited posts of the month, and my favorite posts by other bloggers. Let's jump in. Books:… Continue reading Monthly Wrap-Up – Jan 2019
Hello darlings, how are ya'll doing today? I'm not having a migraine while trying to catch up on school and life having a great day if you're wondering 😉 I've never had a reading slump (I think) so I'm not sure if that's what I'm actually experiencing, but I'm having trouble reading books. All what I'm doing is skimming, and getting to the end because the story line seems meh. It's really boring. Maybe I've read too many thrillers/crime? I would love to know what you think and any recommendations you have for humor books/light reads. Anyway, during my reading slump that isn't a reading slump, I read a Rosato and Associates (not Rosato and DiNunzio, mind you, I love those) novel by Lisa Scottoline which grated on my nerves, honestly. I also listened to a John Grisham book, Camino Island and I also disliked that one with good reason. I don't feel like writing a whole review for each, so here you go: two mini ones.
Hi friends. Today, I'm treating you to my favorite, and least favorite books of 2018. It's been kind of hard rating these books on my 'favorite ladder', and I'm excited to see if any of these books made the cut for you, or not.