My most dreaded review: A little life

I am reading quotes from this in order to help my review and I am already tearing up. My heart is still a great big wound, oozing sorrow and pain. I can honestly say that this book messed me up and it gave me a burden to wear that I could have lived without. It's… Continue reading My most dreaded review: A little life


How to be miserable in your twenties, a guide to look forward to

As if we needed a guide, right? Yet, here it is. A book that proves the saying " good things come in small packages". Take a look with me at this Randy Paterson book and let us have a self-inspection moment. Hello, hello! Okay so you read the title. Whether you're way past your 20s… Continue reading How to be miserable in your twenties, a guide to look forward to

confused, making a decision

Why Liv? What do you do when nothing seems right and your life does not seem to have a purpose?

Book description As a twenty-something corporate employee with a doctor-in-training girlfriend, Livingstone Modicai Ackerman—Liv, to his friends—personifies success. Yet all is not as it seems. His job is tedious and soul-gutting, his girlfriend is a vacuous, image-conscious snob, and, meanwhile, his pathologically narcissistic parents are constant irritants. Add to this the febrile political climate dominated… Continue reading Why Liv? What do you do when nothing seems right and your life does not seem to have a purpose?


This is Your Sign!

Hello, hello and happy Friday! Today I want to share with you a post I came upon while doing some blog reading. The Book Raven is a blog I have been following for a while and I absolutely love it! The post I am reblogging today is about trust, signs, confidence and finding courage 🙂 Check it out!

The Book Raven

I see this a lot on the inter-webs. Posts, images, and descriptions saying this is your sign! Your sign to go out and do that thing that you’ve been procrastinating about. Your sign to ask out that certain someone that has caught your eye or to reconcile with someone you thought you lost.

I think the biggest part of these posts is that whatever that first thing thing that popped up I’m your mind was is the thing that this is talking about.

So what is it? What is it that you’ve been afraid to say or pursue that 10 seconds of straight bravery couldn’t change? Because once you set it into motion and it’s something you care about and desire to act upon then what really could go wrong?

A lot of times it’s the starting something up that is the hardest part, but once you get going that’s…

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2019 fav’s: 5 authors discovered in 2019

Ever grabbed a book by some previously unknown author and then decided to make it your life's purpose reading their entire work? I know I did and this year more than ever! Keep reading to find which are my favorite authors from 2019 and which books made me fall in love with them! Hello, hello!… Continue reading 2019 fav’s: 5 authors discovered in 2019



It’s almost the end of September and here’s a throwback to one fantastic book that’s absolutely perfect for this weather!

The busy shelf


Considered the best fiction book of 2018, Circe is certainly not one to miss! I’ve read it last year in December but it would be impossible for me to just skip it here. Although it wasn’t love at first word, as it happened with The Bear and the Nightingale a little later, this book made it up on my favorites list.

The story revolves around Circe and her life throughout the centuries. For those who are not familiar with the stories and legends of the Olympus – you should read the books though, they make for a nice and entertaining evening read – Helios took as consort Perse, an Oceanid nymph, daughter of Oceanos (one of the three thousand…) and together they had four children that stood out: Aeetes, Perses of Colchis, Pasiphae and Circe. Circe was a nymph, a lesser god, and she was also different from her…

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Crooked Kingdom Leigh Bardugo Map

Crooked Kingdom | A special review

“I would have come for you. And if I couldn't walk, I'd crawl to you, and no matter how broken we were, we'd fight our way out together-knives drawn, pistols blazing. Because that's what we do. We never stop fighting.”  Kaz Crooked Kingdom, the sequel to the wonder that Six of Crows was, now reviewed!… Continue reading Crooked Kingdom | A special review


The raven boys | Frăția corbilor

“Is this thing safe?""Safe as life," Gansey replied.”  Hello, hello! Did I expect to like this book? Nope. Did I like this book? Ooooo, yes! This book was a surprise from start to finish. For some reason ( which could be me reading Six of crows before this one) I thought it to be something… Continue reading The raven boys | Frăția corbilor