Hello Bookworms, throughout the past year, my reading habits have varied a little, and so have the books I've now prioritized on my tbr. I've never been one to set a strict tbr(I could never follow it), so I view my tbr as more of a "bucket list" of books I need to read in… Continue reading my current tbr !
Hello Bookworms, FORGIVE ME FOR MY ABSENCE! I just finished my first year of university, and the course load was a little heavier than expected, so I didn't have any time to write posts. But have no fear; I am back and better than ever. Who missed me????? (picturing cheers and tears of happiness from… Continue reading Book Haul + back and better than ever ✫
Hello, Bookworms; I've really diversified the types of novels I read this past year. I've always loved thrillers but never seemed to read quite a lot of them. Interestingly, I went through a thriller binge phase this year, where I read about 6 in a row? Either way, I love them; they are beautiful and… Continue reading Thriller Novels to read at 2 a.m.
Hello, Bookworms; I'm sure you have all experienced a reading slump once in your lifetime, and for me, reading Graphic Novels has ALWAYS helped me escape them. Whether it be rereading a favourite graphic or reading a new one from the library, they have always been a great break from my typical selection of thick… Continue reading Graphic Novels for all ages🕯
Hello Bookworms, I do indeed live in Canada. Yes, I am an idiot. Anyway, it's been cold for a few months, so let's just consider this post as fashionably late ♡. So I've compiled a little list(as one does), with books about the winter seasons, perhaps some that have characters that are…ice-cold(see what I did… Continue reading Why do I live in Canada again? – Winter Reading List ❄︎
Hello, Bookworms, I'm not a huge classics reader, but I do enjoy them from time to time. Perhaps the one thing school was good for was forcing me to read Classics(I probably would have never read them otherwise..I still don't forgive you for Shakespeare, though…). just a cute kitty! Here is a little list of:… Continue reading Classics, Classics and MORE Classics!
Hello, Bookworms, I've been thinking of compiling this little list for a few months now, and I've finally stopped procrastinating to do it… So many of my favourite books are by Muslim or Middle Eastern Authors, and they deserve so much more hype. I've included a few timeless favourites, as well as some new releases!… Continue reading 12 Books by Muslim or Middle Eastern Authors ★
Hello Bookworms, let's talk…..book tropes! We all have our personal preferences, and a few we can collectively agree on, so here are my FAVOURITE tropes! Ultimately, this is another call so that I can have an actual enemies to lovers in real life. Please, could a very attractive male resembling either Percy or Cardan enter… Continue reading The BEST book tropes of all-time – I will duel you if you disagree
Hello, Bookworms, some of the books that I wasn't able to read are already going to be naturally passing onto my 2021 tbr, but OF COURSE, I have a huge list of books that are coming out next year! Although 2020 wasn't a great year for us all(do I need to elaborate?), last year I… Continue reading Anticipated Releases of 2021(as if my tbr wasn’t already massive★)
Hello Bookworms, 2020 was an ASTONISHING year in terms of reading for me. Especially in March and April, being stuck at home enabled me to read more books than I've ever read. I was able to discover countless authors and my tbr is now fully stocked for at least a few years. I'm pleased to… Continue reading The 5-Star Reads of 2020 – the vibes are ~immaculate~
Hello Bookworms, can you believe it's almost 2021! I'm guessing millions of people are relieved, as 2020 was nothing short of a disaster(do I need to elaborate…). A little update on my Goodreads challenge is that I've already surpassed it! My main reading goal for December is "getting rid" of books I have no interest… Continue reading My December tbr – getting down to business before the new year!
Hello Bookworms, if you know me, you know how bad I am at reading books when they are published. I always end up reading a book that was hyped in September in August😳. I will most likely get to these books in September(if we are being hopeful…), now if we are being realistic, that's another… Continue reading My Most-Anticipated August 2020 Reads✧
Hello Bookworms, I was inspired to write this post from the amount of rainy days we have been having here in Canada. Rainy day reading is probably one of the best feelings ever, and it's such a mood(this is the most Gen Z I have ever sounded😬). Rainy day reads are different for everyone, but… Continue reading Rainy Day Reads
Hello, bookworms, like many others, I have a deep love for traveling, and always yearn to explore. In this post, I will be sharing some books that will inspire and motivate you to take your dream vacation. 1.Anna and the French Kiss by Stephanie Perkins - Anna is looking forward to her senior year in Atlanta,… Continue reading 6 YA books for the Traveler
Hello Bookworms! Today we will be talking about books you will either read in grade nine, or are popular books that grade nines read. I am currently in grade nine, and have enjoyed reading quite a few of these books. (If I have read the book, I will put ♡ that emoji next to the… Continue reading Best Books for High School Students