The Fever series – Karen Marie Moning

Have I already talked about this on here? I don’t think so. Let me tell you a short story of me reading these books. I’ve been watching one of my favorite booktuber, GingerReadsLainey, talk about her recent reads last year. She was raving about them, so I decided to pick the first one up. It…

Currently Reading, Unhaul and Non-fiction haul

I am currently alternating between listening to the audiobook and reading The Orenda by Joseph Boyden. The story is set around the 1600s in what is now Canada and told in 3 different point of views. One french Jesuit priest, one Huron war chief, and one yound captured Iroquois girl. It’s a very good portrait of…

Unpopular Opinion Book Tag

I did the tag that originated on Youtube, featuring 9 of my unpopular opinions about books.
Don’t hate me 😛

Summer TBR

Here are some books that I really want to read in the summer months. I have a few of them on Audible too, so there will be audiobooks reviews coming! All links lead to Goodreads.  Me Before You by Jojo Moyes Americanah by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie Pretty Little Mistakes by Heather McElhatton The Orenda by Joseph…

2016 Bookish Goals

2016 is upon us and I wanted to set myself some goals this year. 2 years ago, I made a list containcing stuff I wanted to get to separated by categories (specific books I wanted to read, a minimum number of books per genre, specific authors I wanted to discover, etc) and although I spent a…

Top 5 Wednesday – Books you wanted to read yesterday

I haven’t posted a review in 1 month. I’ve been reading big fat sequels so 1- my reading challenge isn’t going really well and 2- I can’t really review them without spoiling (the Oulander series, I’m on An Echo in the Bone right now), and 3-I’ve been lazy. I thought that participating in this Top…

2014 reading wrap-up and plans for 2015!

Hello lovelies. Here are the 94 books I read in 2014, in order, Hopeless being the last one I finished on December 30th. My goal was to read 52 books, which was way less than I read in 2013, but I didn’t want to set up a challenge too high because it was my last semester…

Update! Who’s ready for NaNoWriMo!?

Hello readers! Talking about a lack of posting would be an understatement. Sorry!! I HAVE been reading every day since my review of Outlander, I actually been continuing the series and the books grow larger and larger! They take quite a lot of time to get through but I can’t really make a proper review…

Upcoming Book-to-Movie Adaptations

A quick search on the web would prove to you that book to movie adaptations are THE SHIT these days. Here are a few coming either this year or next that I’m especially excited about. (The title link is towards the book on Goodreads) The Giver (August 2014) The Giver is the 1st book in a…

Wanderlust and Books

We all know that books have the power to take us anywhere; give us real emotions from their fictional worlds, but also letting us travel to destinations we never have physically been to.Some places are so inviting and such an important part of the story that we feel a pull to go there, whether it…

Discussion – My First BEA Experience

Book Expo America official web site BookCon official web site *** I went to the open to public day, called Bookcon this year, on May 31st, at the Jarvits Center in NY. There were clearly unprepared for the amount of people who showed up (13 000 ish) en addition to the BEA attendees that were…