Format: Paperback ARC, 211 Pages Publisher: Times Reads Pub. Date: April 10th, 2018 My rating: 3 hurrahs! “Siblings Sam and Ilsa Kehlmann have spent most of their high school years throwing parties for their friends—and now they’ve prepared their final blowout, just before graduation. The rules are simple: each twin gets to invite three guests, and the… Continue reading Book Review: Sam and Ilsa’s Last Hurrah by Rachel Cohn and David Levithan
Format: Paperback ARC, 368 Pages Publisher: Dutton Books for Young Reader Pub. Date: November 14th, 2017 My rating: 4.5 frosty stars! A new adventure about a girl who is fated to wash the bodies of the dead in this companion to Furthermore. Our story begins on a frosty night…Laylee can barely remember the happier times before her beloved mother died.… Continue reading Book Review: Whichwood by Tahereh Mafi (#WhichwoodMYBlogTour)
I haven’t been recommending books to anyone lately, so here’s a good start! These are the top 5 books that I read in 2016 that I absolutely ADORE. (They are in no particular genre/order) Ready Player One by Ernest Cline A book full of 80’s references and video game style action that is set not-so-far in… Continue reading Friday Favourites
Perhaps if you Love fiercely, boldly and with no apologies. Love unconditionally – the good, the bad, the ugly and everything in between. Love without hesitation, fear or mistrust. Love to the point of madness, leaving no room for doubt. Love kindly, always seeing the good, recognizing that though we are fundamentally flawed, everyone deserves… Continue reading A P P R E C I A T I O N
I write new year resolutions every year. And very much like you, I don’t fulfil very many of them but instead, change the date and recycle them for the next year. This is the only moment where I practice GoGreen! This year, I want to set more attainable goals. Mediocre but realistic. Lower standards so… Continue reading 2016 Mediocre Goals
So many things in life are labeled strange, abnormal or scary. Would we look at things the way we do if society hadn’t marked them that way? Or are our fears just our mental insecurities, manifesting themselves into things we’ve been told are acceptable? 1. Ghosts. We breathe easy knowing we’re in the safety of our… Continue reading The 5 Times We Put Fears in Place of Emotions.
1. There’s a way to balance doing well in school and a having a social life. Sometimes it will mean staying in on a Friday night, and sometimes it will mean sleeping in through an 8 a.m. class. 2. There’s nothing scarier yet more exciting than the freedom that is college. It’s easy to get… Continue reading 10 Things I Wish I Knew Before College.