February Book Birthdays!

Hello! Welcome! There’s nothing quite like watching books make their debut in the big wonderous world of booklovers. That’s why I like to get excited about the ones that make the little voice in my head go oooOOooHHhh! That voice seems to know best. Disclaimer: Now, as I live in Australia, there’s a chance thatContinue reading “February Book Birthdays!”

Quote of the Week!

“The only way out of the labyrinth of suffering is to forgive.” ― John Green, Looking for Alaska

THE OPPOSITE OF FALLING APART – Micah Good (Honest Review)

SPOILER FREE! Genre: Young Adult – ContemporaryTarget Audience: 12+Rating: B+ (80%)Goodreads Rating: 4/5 Following Jonas and Brennan through their unlikely first meet, and onto the friendship they form is one of the cutest and most frustrating things ever. Jonas (who I keep accidentally calling Jonah) has unfortunately ended up in a car accident that stoleContinue reading “THE OPPOSITE OF FALLING APART – Micah Good (Honest Review)”

My Overambitious TBR of 2020

Like most booklovers, I have plans of reading a bucketload this year. I’m setting my usual 50 book reading goal to 75 (but striving for 100–though I’m not certain how well that’s going to pan out with both Uni and fulltime work calling my name). I also want to spend more time on this blogContinue reading “My Overambitious TBR of 2020”

All the Books I Read in 2019!

I was supposed to split this post up into two. Do half of it in July and then the other half now, but you know, sometimes plans don’t work out and you have to work twice as hard now because past-you was just lazy. Well… that’s what I’m experiencing now. Let’s dive into what I’veContinue reading “All the Books I Read in 2019!”

MOONRISE – Sarah Crossan (Honest Review)

SPOILER FREE! Genre: Young Adult – ContemporaryTarget Audience: 12+Rating: B+ (82%)Goodreads Rating: 4/5 This book is told in prose and despite thinking I wouldn’t like how it was told at the beginning, I actually loved it. Following Joe, the much younger brother of a convicted criminal, we learn about how his life has been sinceContinue reading “MOONRISE – Sarah Crossan (Honest Review)”

Quote of the Week!

“I don’t think it’s overstating it to say that my religion of choice became VHS rentals, and that its messages came in Technicolor and musical montages and fades and jump cuts and silver-screen legends and B-movie nobodies and villains to root for and good guys to hate. But Ruth was wrong, too. There was moreContinue reading “Quote of the Week!”

Quote of the Week!

“And there I am, blushing and confused, made beautiful by Cinna’s hands, desirable by Peeta’s confession, tragic by circumstance, and by all accounts, unforgettable.” ― Suzanne Collins, The Hunger Games