Alternatives to Amazon ❖

Hello Bookworms, as someone who's always looking for ways to consume more ethically, I know how hard it can be, especially when services like Amazon are so awfully convenient. But it's crucial to remember that Amazon, in particular, is very dishonest with its procedures, and consumers should avoid utilizing it as much as possible. This… Continue reading Alternatives to Amazon ❖

Graphic Novels for all ages🕯

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🕯

Why do I live in Canada again? – Winter Reading List ❄︎

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 ❄︎

Mini Review – The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo, City of Girls & Daisy Jones and the Six

Hello Bookworms, it's MINI-REVIEW TIME(cue the applause)!! Okay, settle down, people, now these three novels are books I read in 2020 and have been meaning to review for months. The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo and City of GIrls were two books I read in quick succession and loved both. Admittedly, I did love City… Continue reading Mini Review – The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo, City of Girls & Daisy Jones and the Six

Book Review – The Handmaid’s Tale by Margaret Atwood

Hello bookworms, I am probably the last person on this planet to talk about The Handmaid's Tale….oops. This book was incredibly compelling. Typically with books that get incredibly popular, I develop high expectations, and then…..you know what happens (sad face). Anyway, I will not be reviewing the sequel(only discussing it for a bit), The Testaments,… Continue reading Book Review – The Handmaid’s Tale by Margaret Atwood

Classics, Classics and MORE Classics!

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!

Mini Reviews – Silvered Serpents, People We Meet on Vacation & All of Us Villains

Hello Bookworms, if you have read the title, you can easily guess what type of a post this is. Yes, you are indeed correct. It is MINI-REVIEW TIME! This post is quite unprecedented, as I legitimately want to marry every single book here. Is it possible to marry a book? I don't care; I'll do… Continue reading Mini Reviews – Silvered Serpents, People We Meet on Vacation & All of Us Villains

12 Books by Muslim or Middle Eastern Authors ★

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 ★

The BEST book tropes of all-time – I will duel you if you disagree

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

Author Interview – Taylor Adams☾

Hello, Bookworms, I have been on a thriller reading rampage recently, and No Exit had a huge part in my recent obsession. This book…..GUYS, IT IS SO INCREDIBLE, ANYTHING I CAN SAY WOULD NEVER DO IT JUSTICE! So you can imagine how delighted I am to be interviewing the author of this amazing book, Taylor… Continue reading Author Interview – Taylor Adams☾

Guest Post – Alex Finlay☀︎

Hello Bookworms, I am so thrilled to be sharing a guest post(my first one ever!) on my blog! Thank you so much to Alex Finlay; author of the marvellous thriller Every Last Fear for being a part of this. This book is a must-read for thriller and mystery lovers, and beware…it's incredibly addicting. Like most… Continue reading Guest Post – Alex Finlay☀︎

Watch List: Groundbreaking documentaries on every subject◇

Hello Bookworms, I've been watching a ton of documentaries lately; whether it be for school or just personal enjoyment. I've decided to compile a list of documentaries I have seen or hope to! I hope this will incite you to watch a few(they should all be online or on Netflix) or discover some unusual ones!… Continue reading Watch List: Groundbreaking documentaries on every subject◇

Author Interview – Laurie Elizabeth Flynn✦

Hello Bookworms, if you couldn't already tell, I love doing author interviews! Not only do we as readers or writers get an insight into their processes, but it can create a deeper meaning or connection to a book we already love. Today's interview is with Laurie Elizabeth Flynn, author of Firsts, and The Girls are… Continue reading Author Interview – Laurie Elizabeth Flynn✦

ICarly Spaghetti Tacos – The Nostalgia is Real❤︎

Hello Bookworms, this month, I felt the sudden urge to rewatch ICarly. And so I did. But why, you may be asking? Perhaps since the reboot is coming soon, or that I've been wanting a butter sock lately(if you know you know), either way, I rewatched it and it was the best decision I've made… Continue reading ICarly Spaghetti Tacos – The Nostalgia is Real❤︎

Discussion – Drawing the line between inspired or copied content🍃

Hello Bookworms, today's post is a little different, but I am really excited to discuss it with all of you. In this book blogging community, we work hard. We work incredibly hard. With so many artistic, incredible and gifted individuals in this community, it is an honour to be a part of it. Evidently, it… Continue reading Discussion – Drawing the line between inspired or copied content🍃