This is a book from my Spring TBR list and I adore it. I've never experienced I book that could make me squeal, cry, and laugh as this book did. "Don't you wish you were here?" The bookTitle: The House in the Cerulean SeaAuthor: TJ KluneGenre: LGBTQ+, Gay Fiction, Fantasy, Litereture & FictionFormat: AudiobookNarrated by: … Continue reading Review: The House in the Cerulean Sea
Aw, this was cute and fun. Just finished this book as an audiobook on Scribd. In this past week, I started reading several books but it felt like I needed something lighter. I've been busy with doctor's visits, checking up on my mental health, general health check and also had an appointment with my caseworker. … Continue reading Review: Get a Life, Chloe Brown
The second rule of Fight Club is: Got it?! Therefore, I am not allowed to talk about this book and there is no review. The end. Just kidding. I will do a review and the first little bit will be spoiler free, but then the spoilers will be freed. Ye be warned. There might be … Continue reading The first rule of Fight Club is: you do not talk about Fight Club
I started the week hopeful and optimistic - with my Top Ten Tuesday: Spring Cleaning post, and a job interview. So far, not so good. I already dnf'ed one of the books, and even though the interview went well, I don't have enough experience, which meant I didn't get the job. Despite this, it was … Continue reading DNF: Warning! This is a rant – HORRORSTÖR
This is what I am currently going through. I finished reading Raybearer by Jordan Ifueko a few weeks ago, and it has completely ruined reading for me. This book was so much fun for me to read. I got to the point where I had to slow down my reading, just so I could enjoy … Continue reading Has a book ever ruined reading for you?
Huzzah for my first blog post! Lately, I've been reading a lot and I need to get some of the stuff I read out of my head. I need to express and put into words, what I've read - and what better way to do that, than by writing a blog? I'd like to do … Continue reading First blog post and January/February wrap up!