Library Reads | #11


Hello! It’s been a while since I’ve done a post about what books I have out from the library! And at the moment, I have literally so many books borrowed from the library.

I actually still have the books from Library Reads #10… but now I have -I’m guessing- 20 more books? It’s a lot. Even for me, the frequent library patron. Let’s just get into it, it’s going to be a long post… Continue reading

The Bookish Alphabet | Tag

After scouring wordpress for the pass few days looking for bookish tags to do, I came across The Bookish Alphabet tag! I’ve originally saw it off of KinmSiang’s WordPress account, and I decided to do this tag since I’ve been wanting to diversify my blog a little. Do more stuff on this blog aside from book reviews all the time. So without further do: The Bookish Alphabet tag!

The Rules for this tag are:
Pick a book that is on your shelf or one that you have read in the past and fill out each letter of the Alphabet. The idea is to use books that you have either read or that are on your TBR list.

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Book Haul | #1

Hello, all!  I was out and about Christmas shopping (better sooner than later!!) with my mum and we stopped in at Chapters. Which was probably a bad thing for my wallet, whoops! Haha. But I still had some birthday money, so I decided to get some Young Adult books that were on sale*. I had a little moment of not knowing which books to get because there are so many books on sale there.. It’s like Chapters didn’t know what to do with all these extra books. I thought I’d buy a few, and if I didn’t like them, no harm done.

* All books bought were around $6 each.

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Nearly Gone by Elle Cosimano | Book Review #16


‘Nearly Boswell knows how to keep secrets. Living in a DC trailer park, she knows better than to share anything that would make her a target with her classmates. Like her mother’s job as an exotic dancer, her obsession with the personal ads, and especially the emotions she can taste when she brushes against someone’s skin. But when a serial killer goes on a killing spree and starts attacking students, leaving cryptic ads in the newspaper that only Nearly can decipher, she confides in the one person she shouldn’t trust: the new guy at school–a reformed bad bay working undercover for the police, doing surveillance. . . on her. 

Nearly might be the one person who can put the clues together, and if she doesn’t figure it all out soon–she’ll be next.’ Continue reading