An Ember In The Ashes, by Sabaa Tahir Series: An Ember In The Ashes #1 Published by: Razorbill (April 28th, 2015) Genre: Fantasy, Young Adult Goodreads // Book Depository ★★★☆☆ Laia is a slave. Elias is a soldier. Neither is free. Under the Martial Empire, defiance is met with death. Those who do not vow their… Continue reading REVIEW + DISCUSSION: an ember in the ashes, by sabaa tahir
if you live with me you probably know that my room is a mess. and i’m not exaggerating. that’s why when the workers at Arhaus.com encouraged me to write a post about what a dream reading nook would be, i couldn’t refuse. i chose to list five things that would make a reading nook a dreamlike (is… Continue reading the reading nook of my dreams!
reasons of following a blog (or following someone in general) vary from one person to another. it usually depends on the topics discussed, the writing style, and, believe it or not, graphics/theme. yes, as much as we try not to judge something by its looks, a blog theme does have a role in attracting people. it… Continue reading what do you look for in a blog?
+ thank you to chronicle books and netgalley for providing me a review copy of this book. this doesn’t affect my thoughts in any way. + p.s. this book is ALREADY published in australia as THE FLYWHEEL. however, it’s finally getting published in the u.s. as GET IT TOGETHER, DELILAH! in april 2017. + p.p.s. it has come… Continue reading REVIEW + DISCUSSION: get it together, delilah! by erin gough
to me, books and music have had a dear place in my heart for as long as i remember. both are very important to me. i’ve grown, learned and lived with them, so i can’t imagine my life without them. i’ve always been told that books are so different than music. i even had them… Continue reading because songs are just books with rhythm and music
Kissing in America, by Margo Robb Published by: Harper Teen (May 26th, 2015) Genre: Young Adult, Contemporary, Realistic, Growing Up, Travel Pages: 400 Goodreads // The Book Depository ★★★★★ In the two years since her father died, sixteen-year-old Eva has found comfort in reading romance novels—118 of them, to be exact—to dull the pain of her loss that’s… Continue reading REVIEW: kissing in america, by margo rabb
This is an open letter to my pre-teen era, a.k.a my eleven/twelve years-old self. I’m sorry in advance if this post gets a little sentimental and/or personal. I might have shred a little tear while writing it. Dear younger self, I’ve always imagined that my letter to you would be some sort of motivational speech… Continue reading an open letter to my younger self