If you are from Ontario, Canada (like myself) then it is extremely likely you have heard of the horrendous acts Paul Bernardo and Karla Holkmoka did. Hell, even people not from around here have heard of this terrible case. I always knew it was something that happened just before I was born, but I never [...]
I am back at it again with Mr. King. This time with one of his newer books The Institute. I heard about this book from a friend who has been all over Stephen King. Probably one of his biggest fans lol. This is only my second read from Stephen King but it was much better [...]
2020 has obviously been a tricky year for everyone in the world. I know we are all trying not to dwell on the shit storm of a year, so I thought I would talk about the positive things I did this year! To start off, this was my first full year tracking my reading on [...]
Typically I write my book reviews after finishing the book because I like to have the full picture, as often my opinions might change once I know how it is all wrapped up but that isn’t the case with this review.
John Green, you do a wonderful job bringing awareness and insight into mental health. I don’t always love his books, and I was honestly a little skeptical about this one but I knew I had to read it eventually. First of all, I am really glad that I did. It is a beautiful read. It [...]
I struggled picking a new book this time around. I wasn’t sure what I wanted to read, another romance? Hmm. So many options. Luckily I have someone was able to make a decision. They chose this book for me to read next, so let’s jump into Good Girl’s Guide to Murder. Early in the book [...]
I’m sorry but what even was June?
I knew I would love this book the moment I saw it.
Guys… this book fucked me up
What a wild month, March 2020, has been!
Have you ever picked up a book, read the first few chapters and thought, OH THIS IS GOING TO BE GOOD! That was how I reacted to How To Hack A Heartbreak.
I thought this story was going to be like Fault In Our Stars; it started to be, but then it jumped off a cliff and ended.
My first impression? Fun Fact, this book, and the author are based in the UK, I honestly had no idea so some of the slang I had to google, I think that is a country barrier, nothing wrong with the book
I recently finished reading a heartfelt, emotion-filled novel by Nicholas Sparks, called Every Breath. I haven’t cried while reading a book in quite some time.