Why and how you should support book bloggers

Hello friends, happy Wednesday! Today is Valentine’s Day, a day where we should celebrate love… well, if we listen to everything that’s being said all around the world. Instead of talking about OTPs and other cheesy kind of things you can find in our beloved books, I decided, instead, to talk about book bloggers. The […]

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Talking about love and my WIP, a.k.a the Valentine’s Day Write Tag!

That’s right, I am back to talk about my WIP today. I feel like I’ve been mentioning it a little sporadically on the blog, but hey, I’m making progress from that time I never, ever talked about what I was writing, right? I feel like I should be proud somewhere there, but instead I’m still […]

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Review: Girls Made of Snow and Glass, Melissa Bashardoust

There are no spoilers in this review. A spotlight shined on Girls Made of Snow and Glass last year, as the book was released and tons of book bloggers were talking about this debut positively, marketed as a retelling of Snow White, on their own blogs and social media. It’s not (only) because of these […]

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On rating books, how, why and the complicated feelings of it all

I started reading books very early on, even before I could actually understand the words on the page. Once I got the hang of it, started reading the words, the books swallowed me whole and I never got out of this world. Whether a book left an impression on me, made me cry in the […]

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Bullet Point-Review: How To Disappear, Sharon Huss Roat

Happy Friday, friends! I’m thrilled to present you today a quick review about one of the latest books I LOVED last month! The book Sharon Huss Roat, How To Disappear, Published by Harper Teen, August 15th, 2017. Vicky Decker has perfected the art of hiding in plain sight, quietly navigating the halls of her high […]

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