Happy Easter and Happy Passover to everyone who celebrates these holidays! I hope that everyone had a lovely weekend (or, if you're like me, a long weekend!). I spent most of it relaxing with my mom, reading and studying. What was I reading, you might ask? Well, Every Note Played by Lisa Genova, which incidentally… Continue reading Review: Every Note Played by Lisa Genova
Today is the release day of The Room on Rue Amelie by Kristin Harmel! This is one of two ARCs that I received from Simon & Schuster Canada this spring in exchange for an honest review, and I can't wait to tell you guys what I thought about this one. I'll try to keep my… Continue reading Review: The Room on Rue Amelie by Kristin Harmel!
Hello! Happy St. Patrick's Day! Although I don't celebrate this day much other than wearing green (which weirdly I wore yesterday rather than today), its still a big thing in my home province of Newfoundland. Also, you know who is rocking a green outfit? Fanny on the cover of Forgotten Rebel! Thats right! Erin McDermott… Continue reading Review: Forgotten Rebel by Erin McDermott
You know, I feel like I should re-read books more often - it's funny to go back and read my old reviews on Goodreads. Maybe I'll make this an actual series - this summer would give me a great opportunity to do so! Would people be interested in that? Anyways, here's my re-review of Unravel… Continue reading Re-review: Unravel Me by Tahereh Mafi
Good morning all! What a week! My spring break/reading week has officially begun and I'm so excited to see my family. I'm planning on doing so much this week, with studying, reading and hanging out with friends and family all on my schedule. But first, I thought that I would do my very first product… Continue reading Bookmarks are growing on me…
I'm sure some of you can agree with me with I saw re-reading books is such a trip! Especially books that you've medium reviewed on goodreads, and you go back and see what you wrote and cringe (a lot). That was my experience with the Shatter Me series. Don't get me wrong, I did ultimately… Continue reading Re-Review: Shatter Me by Tahereh Mafi
This month I've found myself going through a ton of re-reads. I finally recharged my Kobo that I used frequently about 5 or 6 years ago and I discovered that I actually have a lot of books on there. One such book being Chalice by Robin McKinley. Now when I first read this (say 6… Continue reading Review: Chalice by Robin McKinley
Hello hello! Welcome to more than halfway through February! What a month and a half it's been. Despite being really busy with school and my new commitments, I somehow managed to do quite a bit of reading. Of course, I'm still hacking away at London (I'm honestly just impressed that I'm almost halfway through it)… Continue reading Reading update!
Hello! If you follow me on Instagram, then you'll know that I've recently finished Maggie Stiefvater's new book All The Crooked Saints. This book focuses on the miracle granting Saint of Bicho Raro and the Soria family, the pilgrims that they aren't allowed to help, and the acceptance of one's true self. I highly recommend… Continue reading Review: All The Crooked Saints by Maggie Stiefvater
So the second 'book' that I've read this month was the graphic novel Blue is the Warmest Colour. I'm sure that people have heard of the movie adaptation that came out 2013, that made a lot of news mainly for featuring a lesbian couple, something that hadn't been very popular on the big screen, or… Continue reading Review: Blue is the Warmest Colour by Julie Maroh
Hello! Welcome to my fourth blog log! I'm really determined to do these once a month, and I'm super excited to share some really fun stuff that is going on in my life. So I don't 100% remember what I talked about last time, but I'll just start from the beginning. Since coming back to… Continue reading Blog Log #4
Hello and Welcome back! I took a break after doing my twelve days of Xmas to let myself settle back into my life in Montreal, sort out all my new activities, and most importantly read some more books! I've only managed to read two books since coming back but man have they given me something… Continue reading Review: The Song of Achilles by Madeline Miller