Top Ten Tuesday: Top Ten Favorite Books of 2017

Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted by The Broke And The Bookish. For more info on how to participate in this weekly post or future topics click here. So we are just a few weeks away from the end of 2017! I can’t believe it! I’ve read so many wonderful books this year and now […]

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Book Review: “Pride and Prejudice and Mistletoe” by Melissa de la Cruz

“Pride and Prejudice and Mistletoe” by Melissa de la Cruz (2017) Genre: Holiday, Fiction, Retelling, Romance, Comtemporary Page Length: 225 pages (hardcover edition) Synopsis: Darcy Fitzwilliam is 29, beautiful, successful, and brilliant. She dates hedge funders and basketball stars and is never without her three cellphones—one for work, one for play, and one to throw […]

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Broke & Bookish Secret Santa Unboxing!

So this holiday season I participated in the 8th Annual Broke & Bookish Secret Santa This is my fourth year participating! I love this holiday exchange and it’s so much fun shopping for gifts and meeting some cool bookish people through the project! I appreciate that Jamie (from The Broke and Bookish) puts this on every […]

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What I’m Listening To…Holiday Edition 2017

Hello all! It’s the “most wonderful time of the year” again for cheery songs about lively snowmen, reminiscing on holiday memories, cozying up near the fireplace, or just “walking in a winter wonderland”This month’s edition of “What I’m Listening To” will supply you with some tunes for holidays! Like last year I’ll be sharing another […]

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Author Interview with E.Y. Laster of “Of Captivity and Kings”

Hello readers! I got the chance to interview author E.Y. Laster about her debut novel Of Captivity and Kings, favorite books, writing process, and more! I hope you all enjoy the interview! About The Book The laws are different in the Kushite ruled, southern Kingdom of Nabara. The penalty for involvement in the slave trade is death, and if […]

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My Favorite Things: November Edition

My Favorite Things” is a monthly segment where I share my personal and current favorites in seasonal products, health & beauty, food, decor, movies, TV, and more. Hope you enjoy these personal picks! TV A Witch’s Romance Synopsis: Ban Ji-yeon is a 39-year-old investigative news reporter at Trouble Maker.  Ji-yeon focuses all her energy on work because […]

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Literary Christmas Gifts 2017!

Hello everyone! Since the holidays are here you’ve probably already started shopping for Christmas gifts for friends and family. I’m back with a new compilation of fun and unique literary gifts to give to the bibliophile in your life. To see last year’s list click here. *Prices listed do not include shipping costs, and are subject […]

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Monthly Comic Corner: November Edition

“Monthly Comic Corner” is a segment that compiles mini-reviews of comics, graphic novels, and manga that I’ve read for the month. Here are my reviews for the month of November which features…. Spera Vol.1 by Josh Tierney (2012) Synopsis: Lono’s life as a princess consisted of sitting, reading, and dreaming–until the day Pira, princess of a neighboring kingdom, […]

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ARC Review: “Roomies” by Christina Lauren

“Roomies” by Christina Lauren Release Date: December 5th, 2017 Genre: Fiction, Contemporary, Romance Page Length: 368 pages (electronic review copy) Synopsis: Marriages of convenience are so…inconvenient. Rescued by Calvin McLoughlin from a would-be subway attacker, Holland Bakker pays the brilliant musician back by pulling some of her errand-girl strings and getting him an audition with a big-time […]

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Tea Time Review: Bigelow’s Salted Caramel Tea

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. As Fall comes to a close and the Winter/Holiday season gets closer I thought I would review just one more Fall tea […]

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