Books I Wanna Re-Read

A list of books to reread

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This month has been my least creative; I can’t for the life of me summon up enough brain power to come up with something remotely interesting. But, yesterday I made a list of books I wanna re-read and that’s what this post is about.

  • Full Disclosure – Camryn Garret

I’m gonna be honest and confess that I never finished this book the first time I read it, but that has nothing to do with it being bad or anything, and more to do with my fear to face reality. From the pages I did read, there was this one scene where the main character was talking to her dad and her said to her, “it would be so much better to fail at something I love than something that already makes me feel miserable.” That has been my motto since then, because it makes so much sense to me now…

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ARC Review: Descendant of the Crane by Joan He | Royal Intrigue, Sibling Rivalry and Plot-twists Everywhere

It's been ages since I strung words together to form a book review, I'm not sure I still remember how to but Descendant of the Crane deserves the best of me and you. i say books are amazing a lot on this book (because I review books that I love) but this book rocked my … Continue reading ARC Review: Descendant of the Crane by Joan He | Royal Intrigue, Sibling Rivalry and Plot-twists Everywhere

Blog Tour: Jack Keroauc Is Dead To Me by Gae Polisner

About the book: Fifteen-year-old JL Markham’s life used to be filled with carnival nights and hot summer days spent giggling with her forever best friend Aubrey about their families and boys. Together, they were unstoppable. But they aren’t the friends they once were. With JL’s father gone on long term business, and her mother struggling … Continue reading Blog Tour: Jack Keroauc Is Dead To Me by Gae Polisner

ARC Review: Last Girls by Demetra Brodsky | Are You Ready For Doomsday?

Last Girls by Demetra Brodsky was mindblowing. It was glorious. It was spectacular. I want to add the Lady Gaga talented-brilliant-incredible-amazing-showstopping gif but I can't find it on Giphy and I don't know how to add gifs from anywhere else. 😒 Last Girls is about three sisters who live in a commune of doomsday preppers. … Continue reading ARC Review: Last Girls by Demetra Brodsky | Are You Ready For Doomsday?

ARC Review: Every Reason We Shouldn’t by Sara Fujimura | Romantic Tension, Korean Pastries & Ice-Skating

It's mid-February and I'm just getting around to writing my first review of the year. I know, I know, my book blogger card should be revoked but in my defence, this is only the second book I've managed to finish without completely losing hope for the YA genre. Every Reason We Shouldn't is about 15 … Continue reading ARC Review: Every Reason We Shouldn’t by Sara Fujimura | Romantic Tension, Korean Pastries & Ice-Skating

Blog Tour: The Sword of Kaigen by M.L Wang | Chills, Literal Chills ft Characters as Star Signs + International Giveaway

If I could describe this book as a Jake Peralta gif it would be this: This book is nothing short of amazing. I had literal goosebumps while I was reading it. It’s the type of book that reads like a movie in the best way possible. It is epic in every way, from the scene … Continue reading Blog Tour: The Sword of Kaigen by M.L Wang | Chills, Literal Chills ft Characters as Star Signs + International Giveaway

ARC Review: Daughters of Nri by Reni K Amayo | African Mythology, Feminism and the Power of Old Gods

A gruesome war results in the old gods' departure from earth. The only remnants of their existence lie in two girls. Twins, separated at birth. Goddesses who grow up believing that they are human. Daughters Of Nri explores their epic journey of self-discovery as they embark on a path back to one another. Strong-willed Naala … Continue reading ARC Review: Daughters of Nri by Reni K Amayo | African Mythology, Feminism and the Power of Old Gods

ARC Review: The Good Luck Girls by Charlotte Nicole Davis | Fantasy But Make It Dystopian

The Good Luck Girls is a novel about five girls escaping indentured servitude in a welcome house where they are forced into prostitution (I feel like this part isn’t very clear in the book summary and it’s kind of important information) and travelling across the Scab to freedom. What drew me to this book is … Continue reading ARC Review: The Good Luck Girls by Charlotte Nicole Davis | Fantasy But Make It Dystopian

10 Things I Learned From The More or Less Definitive Guide to Self Care

The More or Less Definitive Guide to Self-Care: From A to Z

“Caring for myself is not self-indulgence, it is self-perseveration, and that is an act of political warfare.” – Audre Lorde I love that this book pours light on how the differences in gender, class, determine what self-care is for an individual. A lot of self-care tips are usually banking on capitalism, making self care a … Continue reading 10 Things I Learned From The More or Less Definitive Guide to Self Care

ARC Review: The Particular Charm of Miss Jane Austen by Ada Bright and Cass Grafton | 21st Century Jane Austen, Time Travel & Internet Friends

The Particular Charm of Miss Jane Austen

The Particular Charm of Miss Jane Austen is a whimsical novel about books, time travel and friendship. Upon reading the summary I was immediately intrigued. I love contemporary fiction with a splash of the otherworldly. Rose works in property and is an avid fan of Jane Austen, she lives in Bath in the same building … Continue reading ARC Review: The Particular Charm of Miss Jane Austen by Ada Bright and Cass Grafton | 21st Century Jane Austen, Time Travel & Internet Friends