Tea Time Review: Wick and Fable’s Pika Pika Electricitea

Hello fellow readers and tea drinkers! Welcome to another edition of Tea Time Review where I try various types of teas and share my thoughts about them. To see my most recent tea review, click here. It’s a brand new year so it means that it’s time to try new teas. I was looking for something different and […]

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Book Review: “Surprise Me” by Sophie Kinsella

“Surprise Me” by Sophie Kinsella (2018) Genre: Fiction, Contemporary, Romance Page Length: 448 pages (electronic review copy) Synopsis: After being together for ten years, Sylvie and Dan have all the trimmings of a happy life and marriage; they have a comfortable home, fulfilling jobs, beautiful twin girls, and communicate so seamlessly, they finish each other’s […]

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Book Review: “Women In Sports: 50 Fearless Athletes Who Played to Win” by Rachel Ignotofsky

“Women In Sports: 50 Fearless Athletes Who Played to Win” by Rachel Ignotofsky (2017) Genre: Non-fiction, Sports, Feminism Biography, History Page Length: 128 pages (hardcover pages) Synopsis: Women in Sports highlights notable women’s contributions to competitive athletics to inspire readers young and old. Keeping girls interested in sports has never been more important: research suggests […]

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Book Tag Thursday: Hamilton Book Tag

Welcome to my segment where I find awesome book tags throughout the vast, wide inter-webs made by lovely bloggers like you! I’ll hope you’ll have fun and participate with me as well! Today’s Topic: Hamilton Book Tag Found At: Paradis Books The Room Where It Happens: A Book World You Would Put Yourself In Hogwarts for sure! 😀 The […]

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February Doki Doki Unboxing!

Doki Doki Crate is a monthly subscription box that runs at $30, ships worldwide and has free shipping! Each crate includes  5-7 practical items ranging from exclusive apparel to licensed collectibles, household goods, plushies and more from Japan. Japan Crate also offera a few other subscription boxes too: a “Japan Crate” filled with various snacks/candy from […]

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Blog Tour: “The Prince and the Dressmaker” by Jen Wang – Review

About The Book Synopsis: Paris, at the dawn of the modern age: Prince Sebastian is looking for a bride―or rather, his parents are looking for one for him. Sebastian is too busy hiding his secret life from everyone. At night he puts on daring dresses and takes Paris by storm as the fabulous Lady Crystallia―the […]

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Galentine’s Day Movie Recommendations!

As you all might know Galentine’s Day, celebrated on February 13th, is just around the corner. It’s a unofficial holiday that spawned from an episode from the show Parks and Recreation and every year it seems to get bigger. It’s a day for “ladies celebrating ladies” so in honor of it, I’m sharing some of my […]

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Book Review: “Geekerella” by Ashley Poston

“Geekerella” by Ashley Poston (2017) Genre: YA, Fiction, Contemporary, Romance, Retelling Page Length: 320 pages (hardcover edition) Synopsis: Geek girl Elle Wittimer lives and breathes Starfield, the classic science-fiction series she grew up watching with her late father. So when she sees a cosplay contest for a new Starfield movie, she has to enter. The prize? […]

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Reading Recommendations: Black History Month 2018

Hello readers! In light of Black History Month I thought I would share my own recommendations of books to read throughout this month. The following books spotlights the stories of people of color as the main/lead characters or are written by African-American authors. I chose five amazing reads that range from children, YA, an adult novels. I hope you […]

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Book Tag Thursday: The First Date Book Tag

Welcome to my segment where I find awesome book tags throughout the vast, wide inter-webs made by lovely bloggers like you! I’ll hope you’ll have fun and participate with me as well! Today’s Topic: First Date Book Tag Found At: Twirling Pages 1. Awkward First Date: a book where something felt off. it wasn’t a bad book, just lacked that […]

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