Homebody Book Tag (Tiggity Tag Friday)

Internationally, we’re battling against COVID-19 (Coronavirus), and as a result we have to batten down the hatches (not by buying an abundance of toilet paper, hand sanitiser, and whatever else. Be rational, come on now) and stay indoors and away from people that could potentially die from this scary situation. In response to dear COVID,Continue reading “Homebody Book Tag (Tiggity Tag Friday)”

Read Smart. Be Wise.

I absolutely adore independent bookstores. From the bottom of my heart, I absolutely love them. If I had the money, I’m certain I’d spend my time travelling the world in search of them. To buy books and just see the marvelous spaces other book lovers have created. You have to truly love books to ownContinue reading “Read Smart. Be Wise.”

Rainbow Bookshelf Tour – Red Books (19/30)

Welcome to the ninth and tenth shelf of the Rainbow Bookshelf Tour! This is the nineteenth segment of the Tour. If you want to view the other colours in the rainbow, click here! My name is Tash and you’ll be witnessing all of the books I love and adore. I’m going to attach descriptions from Goodreads, as wellContinue reading “Rainbow Bookshelf Tour – Red Books (19/30)”

Underrated Contemporary’s

So, I went through this massive phase where I was obsessed with reading Contemporary novels. It’s only recently that I’ve started to slowly pull out from that and wander back into the world of dragons and elves. So before I dive completely into the fantasy realm, I thought I’d compile a list of contemporary booksContinue reading “Underrated Contemporary’s”

SAVE THE DATE – Morgan Matson (10 Point Review)

Genre: Young Adult Fiction – ContemporaryTarget Audience: 12+ Goodreads Rating: 4/5 So cute! Morgan Matson always knows how to write the most adorable stories 😀 Incredibly fast-paced. It was hard to keep up! (In the best way, of course! – No getting bored here!) Love, love, love the big family aspect. Living for the drama! :O It was crazy,Continue reading “SAVE THE DATE – Morgan Matson (10 Point Review)”


A standalone novel. Genre: Classic Fiction – Children’s AdventureTarget Audience: 8+ Goodreads Rating: 3/5 It’s a really interesting concept and still relevant despite being first released in 1869. Found the characters to be unrelatable and very 2D. The technology is pretty advance given its time of release. Not much happened that’s memorable. I remember reading trying to figure howContinue reading “TWENTY-THOUSAND LEAGUES UNDER THE SEA – Jules Verne (10 Point Review)”