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Simon Vs. The Homosapiens Agenda Review

Good day my dear readers, I really hope you're all having a great weekend. So anyways, I recently finished reading Simon vs the Homosapiens Agenda, and let me tell you, I absolutely loved it! So I'll be sharing my thoughts... Continue Reading →

Note to Self by Connor Franta

Rating: 4.65 What is it about? "This is an open diary. This gives my insides a voice through visuals and poetry; this is me spilled out on paper." 'Note to Self' is a non-fictional memoir Written by twenty something CEO,... Continue Reading →

The Books I’ll Probably Never Read

Good day my dear readers! A good friend asked me to the 'books I'll never read tag' and so I'm complying with her request. Β I'll leave a link Β to her channel down below, so please do check her out and... Continue Reading →

Written For You by Joseph Cognard

Rating: 3.80 Plot: I don’t wanna disclose the plot since this is a play so read the description: Somebody must have suggested Bob Curry write a book. He didn’t just wake up one morning with the idea. Or did he?... Continue Reading →

Best Book Boyfriends

Book Boyfriends are the best kind of boyfriends, and today I will be introducing some of my favorite guys from the books I've read. Bones from Halfway to the Grave by Jeaniene Frost I can describe him in one sentence:... Continue Reading →

5 Things Literature has Taught me

Hey readers, so this is a collaboration that my friend suggested I participated in, so let's begin. #1 If you hear the name Darcy, RUN and DO NOT LOOK BACK! I did not like Pride and Prejudice and I will... Continue Reading →

Embarrassing Book Worm Confessions

These are some confessions I have to make, so here there are: #1 I like to imagine that my favorite characters are alive and that they are a part of my daily life. We've all done this. I love to... Continue Reading →

Reading Challenge

Not sure what to read next? Or wanna spice up your 2017 reading challenge? Well here are a bunch of challenges for you to complete this year to make things interesting. Read an interracial romance Read a book that's been... Continue Reading →

The Book of Ivy by Amy Engel

Rating: 4.47 After a brutal nuclear war, the United States is left decimated, a former shell of it's original glory. But here a small group of survivors banded together to create a small settlement. However, war never changes and there... Continue Reading →

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