If you've been following my blog recently, you'll know that I've been doing a new segment called cafe collection. My one problem with it is that I tend to visit too many cafes in too short of a time span. So like, I have at least 5 to talk about at any given time. My… Continue reading Cafe Collection #4
Ahhhh Monday. The start of a new week. I honestly don't hate Monday (but that's probably only because it's summer right now, I'm sure once school starts I'll be back on the I-wish-I-could-stay-in-bed bus). It's also the last Monday before the start of school, so someone please take this down - August 27th, 2018 is… Continue reading Cafe Collection #3
Hello and happy Thursday! If you haven't noticed I'm really trying to get a Monday/Thursday posting schedule down and I'm going to hesitantly say that it's working? I know that I've missed one Monday so far but otherwise its looking pretty good! Let's hope I can stockpile some posts for the months of October through… Continue reading Review: Strange the Dreamer by Laini Talyor
Wow where did August go?? It's literally the 20th and I feel like I haven't done anything this summer. That's an over exaggeration - I've done a boat load. But everything seems to flit away when I try to think of all I did haha. Big things? I'm going into my final year of my… Continue reading Blog Log #5!
Happy Thursday everyone! I'm back for my (apparently already off schedule) regular programming. And I'm ready to hit you - figuratively of course, but literally in the heart - with another sweet sweet review. And up this week is... An Enchantment of Ravens by Margaret Rogerson! I don't know what prompted me to ask for… Continue reading Review: An Enchantment of Ravens by Margaret Rogerson
Thursday! One more day! Who else is excited for the weekend?? I know I am. Not only do I have some exciting plans but I can't wait to sleep in and read in bed (which currently, in the intense Montreal heat, is just me lying on the bed haha). And since finishing the MCAT basically… Continue reading Review: Cloud Atlas by David Mitchell