Review: Adult-ish, Cristina Vanko

Hi friends! I hope you’re all having a lovely week. Today I’m doing a bit of a different kind of review, I hope you’ll enjoy it! Also, in need of a small intro here because I won’t be too active in blogging / commenting though everything is scheduled as usual. Be back on Sunday evening. […]

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Review: The Fashion Committee, Susan Juby

With a blurb advertising this book as a β€œProject Runway” meets β€œI’ll Give You The Sun”, The Fashion Committee definitely had my attention from the beginning. Unfortunately, with these kind of expectations right from the start, I felt a bit disappointed with what this book delivered. I had a lot of fun reading it, that’s […]

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Mini Reviews : departures, new beginnings and self-discovery

Hi friends! How are you today? I hope your week was great. Today is reviewing day and I’m back with the mini-reviews because well…I just read too many books. Also, these may be so-not-mini-reviews, but I sometimes can’t stop. Ooops. #noregrets There are no spoilers in these reviews. Points of Departure, Emilie O’Beirne As someone […]

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Review: 180 seconds, Jessica Park

When you’re a huge contemporary reader like I am, not many books have the possibility of surprising you so much. Ultimately, they all come down to the same things, whether it’s a character-development thing, a cute romance, or anything, really. They all got the same recipe, and it’s a matter of what the author does […]

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Review: Noteworthy, Riley Redgate

I discovered Riley Redgate’s debut, Seven Ways We Lie, a little while ago and was pleasantly surprised at how much I enjoyed it. Guys, this was a book with SEVEN different point of views, it was a bit crazy. But it was diverse, relatable, and overall really a great contemporary. I’m not here to talk […]

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