Hello! Welcome to the alternate universe where I actually keep to my posting schedule! This is really incredible for me haha. Next up is making my instagram schedule more constant. When I was trying to think up what to write about, I think I subconsciously decided to pick one of the most controversial topics out… Continue reading Ships Ahoy!
I have vivid memories of having this book recommended to me in junior high by my English teacher. He said it was one of the only books he had ever read that was written in second person, and that I had to try it out. And so I called up my mom, we drove to… Continue reading Review: If On a Winter’s Night a Traveller by Italo Calvino
Happy Friday everyone! I hope summer has been treating you well. As I kind of expected, I haven’t had a ton of time to read yet this summer due to my study schedule and work, but I’ve been getting through some smaller books. One that I recently finished was “The Man Who Mistook His Wife… Continue reading Review: The Man Who Mistook His Wife for a Hat, by Oliver Sacks
So, some of you might’ve noticed that I haven’t been active… for like, 3 months. This coming from someone who wanted to post twice a week, which admittedly didn’t happen, even at the beginning. Oh, how the somewhat mighty have fallen. But, something that I tell myself whenever I start beating myself up over something… Continue reading My Struggles with being Words, Pages, Books
Hello everyone and welcome to SUMMER! It’s getting nice enough here that I can wear cute clothing and read outside. Reading outside always reminds me of when I was younger - we used to go on family trips and I would bring 4 or 5 books and just read constantly. That really annoyed my brother… Continue reading Childhood Favourites
Hello! I know I haven't posted in a while, but midterms completely swamped me and I didn't have much time to do anything. But now that I'm on break, I'm planning on stocking up on a couple posts so I can prepare for finals. Midterms also meant that I had to put off reading for… Continue reading Review: A Room of One’s Own by Virginia Woolf
Has everyone heard the news?? The last ToG book’s release has been pushed back like 6 months and I’m so sad. Although this does mean that I won’t get my heart broken twice in the same year, so there is that. This past week I finally finished the last Maas book(s) I had left to… Continue reading Review: The Assassin’s Blade by Sarah J Maas
I was trying to figure out what I wanted to write about today, and I was having a hard time deciding. I thought about making another list, maybe of some my favourite books, or books with LGBTQ+ representation in. Then I thought about doing another review (which, spoiler alert, will be coming to you soon!… Continue reading My Reading Routine
If any of you are Sarah J Maas fans, then I’m sure that you know 2017 will be a big year for her. She’s finishing off both the Throne of Glass series and the A Court of Thorns and Roses series. I honestly don’t know what I’ll do. But other than those two novels, here… Continue reading Anticipated Spring Reads!
Hello and good morning! We all have that one friend who recommends us amazing books. My friend Laura has been urging me to read The Picture of Dorian Gray for nearly two years, and today I finally finished it! It was really different than I expected and I loved how it was kind of a… Continue reading Review: The Picture of Dorian Gray
Hello! Simon and Schuster were kind enough to give me a free copy of this book in return for a review! So here I go!! I was really excited to read this - my mom is from Quebec, and I live in Montreal now going to school, so I was really looking forward to learning… Continue reading Review: Cracking the Quebec Code!
Hello, and welcome to the very first blog post on Words Pages Books!! Thanks for taking the time to visit my blog - I hope you like it enough to keep coming back! I was thinking that this first post could be an introduction to who I am and what this blog is, so let’s get… Continue reading New Year, New Blog!