How to master your TBR pile (well… try to)

I feel like I am a strange creature in the book blogging community, because somehow, by some magical powers invested in me or something, I have my TBR pile under control. I know, sometimes I also feel like I’m living in Narnia or something. While other book bloggers and massive readers scream about the heavy, […]

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First impressions and expectations about books vs. reality

Being a book blogger is a complicated adventure and, whether you notice it or not, it kind of changes our perception of books. More often than not, our first impressions and expectations about some books are wronged, completely tainted by this beautiful, yet complicated bookish community. There are the expectations we set ourselves about a […]

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Review: To Kill A Kingdom, Alexandra Christo

There are no spoilers in this review. First, I want to thank Kat @ Life & Other Disasters for buddy-reading this with me. This was, as always, so much fun (even if you devoured part of the book without me. I can’t really blame you on that one). Go read her review right here and […]

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Talking about my WIP in GIFs (and sharing! snippets!!)

So, it has been a little while since I talked about writing and my WIP on this blog. Truth is, and I talked about it before, but I kind of left the whole thing alone ever since I finished writing my draft back in September. I said I really wanted to finally edit the damn […]

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Bullet Point-Review: The Girl and the Grove, Eric Smith

Happy Friday, friends! I’m back today with another mini review of a fun book… that somehow didn’t manage to meet all of my expectations. Let’s get to it! The book Eric Smith, The Girl and the Grove, Published by Flux, May 8th, 2018. Teenager Leila’s life is full of challenges. From bouncing around the foster […]

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