[Book Tour] The Forgotten Tale by J.M. Frey

The Forgotten Tale Goes On Tour! Fellow readers! Catch Toronto-based J.M. Frey as she goes on tour this December with the release of her new young adult fantasy novel The Forgotten Tale.  About The Forgotten Tale Add to Goodreads or … Continue reading

[Book Review] Racing To You by Robin Lovett

Title:  Racing To You Author:  Robin Lovett Publisher:  Samhain Publishing Ltd. Genre/s: Romance, New Adult, Contemporary  Number of Pages:  210 [Ebook] My Rating: 3/5 Stars Synopsis from Goodreads: Love—the one roadblock they never expected. Aurelia is living her dream, teaching for a … Continue reading

[2016] Week 33 & 34: Eats, Reads, Beats, and Kingsglaive: Final Fantasy XV

It’s been a stressful week last week to the point that I didn’t even get to write a weekly wrap-up post, so I’m merging two  wrap-ups in this entry! 🙂 Eats CoCo Ichibanya This famous curry restaurant from Japan is … Continue reading

[Book Review] Ten Seconds of Crazy by Randileigh Kennedy

Ms. Kennedy has been so generous with this copy, and for holding a giveaway, too! ❤ Title:  Ten Seconds of Crazy Author:  Randileigh Kennedy Publisher:  Kindle Edition Genres:  New Adult, Romance Number of Pages:  217 Pages My Rating: 3.5/5 Stars Synopsis from Goodreads: When … Continue reading

[Books] #NationalBookLoversDay

I am not from the U.S. but I’m joining in the bandwagon of the #NationalBookLoversDay hashtag with some tribute photos to my favorite authors. ❤ Jodi Picoult is one of the writers who has influenced my writing big time. She still … Continue reading

[Book Review] AND I DARKEN by Kiersten White

I would like to thank the publisher, Delacorte Press, for the free copy in exchange for a review. Title:  AND I DARKEN Author:  Kiersten White Publisher:  Delacorte Press Genre/s:  Fantasy, Young Adult, Historical Fiction Number of Pages:  475 pages [hardcover] My Rating: 4/5 Stars … Continue reading

[2016] Week 31 Eats, Reads, Beats

The week started out with me making three trips to the hospital (all on Monday!), and no, this isn’t about my vertigo attacks, but another condition entirely. After that, I was practically bed-ridden again, but to my delight, I was … Continue reading