Spark Joy by Marie Kondo | Book Review

Spark Joy by Marie Kondo is a book that I borrowed from the library when I was on a personal development/self-help/ decluttering kick. I bought The Life Changing Magic Of Tidying Up last year or maybe the year before. It had actually changed my perspective about hoarding things and helped me to let go of things. […]

This Is A Serious Book by Jodie Parachini | Picture Book Review

WHY DID I READ THIS BOOK? This Is A Serious Book by Jodie Parachini and illustrated by Daniel Rieley showed up randomly, unsolicited in my mail. However, I was actually genuinely excited for this picture book. You see, it came during my pregnancy and how exciting that things magically show up that will build my […]

Diplomatic Immunity by Brodi Ashton | Book Review

Diplomatic Immunity by Brodi Ashton is one of those books that I could not get out of my head prior to reading it. I guess the greenish blue cover just would not let my attention go. You could say that I was quite fixated on reading it. Eventually it made the way from my bedroom […]

Marina by Carlos Ruiz Zafon | Audiobook Review

Why Did I Listen To Marina by Carlos Ruiz Zafon? Marina by Carlos Ruiz Zafon made my TBR list for several reasons. The first being that a few years ago, The Shadow Of The Wind seemed to have massive popularity. It was such a big book that I bought a copy and it has sat upon my […]

Of Fire And Stars by Audrey Coulthurst | Book Review

Of Fire And Stars by Audrey Coulthurst is definitely a unicorn of a book, at least thus far in my reading experiences. It is a young adult standalone fantasy novel with two girls who fall in love. I mean, the standalone bit on its own is enough to qualify this is a unique experience. Then […]

Ravage by Jeff Sampson | DNF Book Review

Why Did I Pick This Book To Read? Ravage by Jeff Sampson is the third book in the Deviants series – following Vesper and Havoc. I genuinely enjoyed Vesper. Following that, Havoc was just sort of okay. However, I had hope that Ravage would be an improvement and that the second book just fell victim to that whole middle in […]