Hey there! Lol, I'm so bad at writing introductions which is why I usually stick to reviews and jump straight into them. Anyway, the year's going to end and 'writing good intros to posts' is definitely on my list of 2018 goals. If the title isn't speaking for itself, I'll describe this year in one word: Bad. Now, … Continue reading How Bad 2017 Was And How Good I Hope 2018 Would Be
I didn't think this would become so frequent but I guess it's all about the year ending, my holiday week and me reading almost four books everyday. Read my review of One And Done by Melynda Price; The Culling by Ramona Finn; The Billionaire's Sexy Rival by Leslie North.
Here's a list for your 2018 resolutions as a writer! Include everything from supporting others to being supported and finding readers for your book, add these resolutions to your 2018 must-dos.
Read my reviews of three books that didn't meet my expectations: A Mother's Lie by Jo Crow; A Sheikh for Christmas by Leslie North; The Unkillable Kitty O'kane by Colin Falconer
Just Like The Brontë Sisters is a great title categorized as a women's fiction, by Laurel Osterkamp and is published on November 11th, 2017. Read the review of this amazing book and an exclusive excerpt form it.
Just Like The Brontë Sisters by Laurel Osterkamp is the perfect blend of emotions, suspense and love that never dies. I would recommend it to all those who like a story that is so subtle yet direct that the whole essence would shake you even before you think it could.
Read this interview with Evelina from AvalinahsBooks, an amazing book blog, where she voices out her opinions as an international blogger and shares some of her experiences.
The Vegetarian by Han Kang- 5 stars | Bending The Universe by Justin Wetch - 4 stars | The Merest Loss by Steven Neil - 3.5 stars | Browse by Henry Hitchings - 2 stars
For today's installment in the series, we have Naadhira, from Legenbooksdary, an 18 year old, reader, writer and blogger from Malaysia.
Dark Matter by Blake Crouch is the perfect scientifically frustrating plot with bunches of dialogues, and all in a good way. I'll recommend this to those looking for a sci-fi thriller that makes sense while you keep thinking it isn't making any, and all the while sit by the edge of your seat.