Month: May 2019


The Epic Reads Tag

I found this tag on the blog @ Adventures Of A Bookish Girl but it was originally created by Margot from Epic Reads.  #1 IF YOU COULD INVITE ONE AUTHOR AND ONE OF THEIR FICTIONAL CHARACTERS TO LUNCH, WHO WOULD YOU INVITE AND WHAT WOULD YOU SERVE THEM? At first, I was gonna say that […]


The Wall Of Winnipeg and Me by Mariana Zapata

​Aiden Graves : 60% muscles, 20% shrugs, 20% being An Absolute Softie Vanessa Mazur : 20% repressing her anger by counting, 20% planning ways to murder Aiden, 20% starring at Aiden’s ass, 30% getting out of toxic familial relationships and Becoming, 10% A Secret Softie. TW : domestic abuse, unhealthy and abusive familial relationships The […]


Serpent and Dove by Shelby Mahurin

“Wicked are the ways of women — and especially a witch” Serpent & Dove is set in a 17th Century French-inspired landscape. It deals with a war between witches and the Church. The story focuses on a witch, Lou and a witch hunter, Reid, who are forced into marriage. Serpent & Dove was a surprising […]

Top 5

Top 5 : Female Characters in Literature

My adolescence has been shaped my female characters. I was always looking for the next female-driven book to get me inspired. Women in literature have taught me valuable life lessons about womanhood, resilience and resistance. Here are my top 5 favorite female characters ! 💯Jude Duarte, The Folk of the Air Series by Holly Black […]


Unpregnant by Jenni Hendriks and Ted Caplan

🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟 ❧ ARC provided by Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review Hilarious, poignant and beautiful, Unpregnant tells the story of Veronica, a seemingly perfect high school student. She’s in the run to be valedictorian, has the “perfect” boyfriend, “perfect” friends and everything that goes with it… Until her “perfect” boyfriend pokes holes in his […]

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