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April Reads and May Plans

Hello dears!

I can’t believe it’s already May! The last months have been a complete blur, and Easter holiday seems like light-years away. However, right now there’s sunshine outside, so I can’t help but to be excited for the upcoming summer. 1,341 more words

General

Book reviews: Bound (Alex Caine #1) & Aurora: Darwin (Aurora #1)

Ah.

These books. Both by Australian authors, both… missing greatness.

I wasn’t going to do a proper review of these two books. Each had good points and bad, and whilst I felt they were solid overall (I’ve both rated as three out of five), I was concerned that my comments would come out sounding more critical than I intend and be unfair*. 2,458 more words

Challenge

April Wrap Up!


April Wrap Up!
Books I read in April 

1. Mr. Mercedes
by Stephen King
I thoroughly enjoyed this novel, you can find my review here… 307 more words

Books

Paper Towns - John Green

I’ve just started reading my 2nd book by John Green, who is the most amazing author with so much meaning in his books through his words. 203 more words

Anxiety Disorder

Books Reach the Heart - A Message from a Reader

Deep in a tiny corner of the United States lived a young fourth grade girl. She had been raised in a Christian home and was attending a Christian school. 1,659 more words

Reading

to want is not to need

“Everything may stand in the way. But I can’t get over the thought that in the whole city the woman I most need is you . 25 more words

Literature

Sunday reading: Egan's The Skilled Helper

Reaching my weekly writing target early meant that I can finally catch up on my reading (and blogging). Right now I am reading Gerard Egan’s The Skilled Helper with the hope that it will improve my counselling skills. 36 more words

Psychology