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Reading Recap: May 2020

The weather in Kentucky has been awesome this past week and I’ve spent a lot of time outside reading, yay summer! May was a weird reading month. 844 more words

The Guest List - Lucy Foley

Thirteen guests. One body. And then the lights went out.


Possibly the best book I’ve read this year. It’s a proper thriller – you don’t even know who’s the body is until the end!

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How I avoid distractions while reading

So we’re all (still) in the middle of a pandemic, almost cozy in our homes as we’re fairly settled in the new lifestyle. The entire fad of being productive to deem yourself worthy in the eyes of others has also worn itself out. 680 more words


Educating Yourself: a BlackLivesMatter Reading Guide

Within the last week, America and beyond (because yes, racism is also present in other countries like the UK) has been engaged in the BlackLivesMatter Movement, in protest, in support and in raising awareness of the systematic violence and racism that black people have faced – not just recently with George Floyd and the many others who are still yet to face the justice they deserve, but since forever. 470 more words


Overcoming a reading slump, a self-analysis

Lately, I couldn’t understand why my interest in reading slowly decline. Picking up a book only to turn two pages and get tired. Looking at a book in my free time but decided to watch TV instead. 573 more words


Blog Tour: The Court of Miracles + Giveaway

Hey bookworms! I’m super excited to be apart of the blog tour for The Court of Miracles by Kester Grant! Keep on reading to learn more about the book and enter the giveaway to win your own hardcover copy! 466 more words

Review: Crooked Kingdom by Leigh Bardugo

The Six of Crows duology has been on my shelf for what feels like a lifetime, and I read the Shadow and Bone series at the end of 2018 but for some reason, I never went on to read Six of Crows. 1,311 more words