My DNF books of 2018

As a lot of you probably know, I'm a serial DNFer and this year I gave up on 8 books - less than last year, but then again, I've also read less than last year. Where last year I was pretty tame with my reasons for putting a book down, this year I'm not going … Continue reading My DNF books of 2018

All I want for Christmas is… more fiction without happy endings

A while back I got the idea for a new December blog series so I'm starting it today! This new series is called "All I want for Christmas is" and then I'm going to talk about more topics or characters, or whatever, I want in books. Today I'm stating with something a lot of you … Continue reading All I want for Christmas is… more fiction without happy endings

November 2018 wrap-up

Books I've read this month So it was Nonfiction November this month but as you can see, I read a non-nonfiction! I did this because I went on holiday this month... more on that later! 😋 Books read: 3 Pages read: 872 Female authors: 0 Male authors: 3 ⭐⭐ Snow Blind by Ragnar Jonasson ⭐⭐⭐⭐.5 The Psychopath Test by Jon … Continue reading November 2018 wrap-up

The Liebster Award, take 5

A while back I was tagged by the lovely Destiny @ Howling Libraries to do the Liebster Award! I loved her questions and I feel like I haven't posted in a while so this seems like the best thing to do! What is the longest slump you’ve ever been in? I'm currently in my longest … Continue reading The Liebster Award, take 5

Review: Disappearance at Devil’s Rock by Paul Tremblay

Synopsis: Late one summer night, Elizabeth Sanderson receives the devastating news that every mother fears: her 13-year-old son, Tommy, has vanished in the woods of a local park. Riddled with worry, pain, and guilt, Elizabeth is wholly unprepared for the strange series of events that follow. As the search grows more desperate, and the implications … Continue reading Review: Disappearance at Devil’s Rock by Paul Tremblay

October 2018 wrap-up

Books I've read this month Over this past month, I've come to realise it's not really that big of a deal how many books we read in a month? As long as we're reading, right? Even struggling through 1 book for the entire month is an achievement, we should stop putting ourselves down for how … Continue reading October 2018 wrap-up

Blog Tour Review: Halcyon by Rio Youers

⭐⭐⭐⭐ SYNOPSIS:Halcyon is the answer for all Americans who want to escape, but paradise isn't what it seems. A beautiful island in the middle of Lake Ontario―a self-sustaining community made up of people who want to live without fear, crime, or greed. Halcyon is run by Valerie Kemp, aka Mother Moon, benevolent and altruistic on … Continue reading Blog Tour Review: Halcyon by Rio Youers