Hello, Bookworms! I am so thrilled about the author featured in today's post; an incredible writer, beautiful woman and absolute queen, Olivia Darling. We initially met on bookstagram almost two years ago…perhaps..(my memory is so bad, guys), and she's shared her entire writing journey online, up until her first book, Fear the Flames coming out… Continue reading Author Interview – Olivia Rose Darling ★
my current tbr !
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 !
Book Haul + back and better than ever ✫
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 ✫
The Greek God Book Tag ✫
Hello, Bookworms, I love love love love love love...did I say, love?? MYTHOLOGY! I am so excited to be doing this tag, and if you share my passion, make sure you participate. Also, if I have summoned any of the gods in this post, let Athena know; she's my # 1. Thank you so much… Continue reading The Greek God Book Tag ✫
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
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
Mid-year Check In – 2021✧
Hello Bookworms, I've been having one of the best reading years I've ever had. I'm reading so so so many genres, have already hit some of the goals I put for myself in terms of types of authors and books I wanted to read, and I've already had a few five stars! I've decided to… Continue reading Mid-year Check In – 2021✧
The deep cleanse of my Goodreads tbr – it’s time folks….
Hello Bookworms, as much as this post is for me to organize my shelves, it's also an opportunity for YOU! Admit it. Your shelves could be more coordinated. Perhaps your tbr is a littllleee on the long side, either way, organize it for yourself! I love minimalism, and try to apply it to every aspect… Continue reading The deep cleanse of my Goodreads tbr – it’s time folks….
Anticipated Releases of 2021(as if my tbr wasn’t already massive★)
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★)
The 5-Star Reads of 2020 – the vibes are ~immaculate~
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~
Book Review – The Thousandth Floor Series : A Review in Gif’s✺
Hello Bookworms, I have a love-hate relationship with Katharine McGee's novels. I have ~proudly~ expressed my distaste for American Royals, but have never talked about The Thousandth Floor series on my blog. I bought the first book in the series a few years ago as a spur of the moment decision. There wasn't anything that particularly… Continue reading Book Review – The Thousandth Floor Series : A Review in Gif’s✺
My December tbr – getting down to business before the new year!
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!
Author Interview – Wendy Heard☽
Hello Bookworms, if you haven't heard of the name Wendy Heard…WHAT ARE YOU DOING!? Just kidding! I had the pleasure of interviewing Wendy, and we conversed about her upcoming release; She's Too Pretty to Burn, some of her writing quirks and most importantly, her favourite bread recipe(I cannot wait to try it out!). Now enough… Continue reading Author Interview – Wendy Heard☽
5 Reasons to Read Caraval by Stephanie Garber✿
“Every person has the power to change their fate if they are brave enough to fight for what they desire more than anything.”― Stephanie Garber, Caraval Hello Bookworms, if it were up to me, ALL of you would have already read Caraval but, alas, some need more convincing than others. And that's what this post is for!… Continue reading 5 Reasons to Read Caraval by Stephanie Garber✿