The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas Publisher: Balzer + Bray Release: 28th February 2017 Genre: YA Contemporary Source: @bookevin ‘s ARC (sent by HarperCollins USA International for review) Rating: 5/5 stars Blurb Sixteen-year-old Starr Carter moves between two worlds: the poor neighborhood where she lives and the fancy suburban prep school she attends. The uneasy… Continue reading Book Review: T.H.U.G (The Hate U Give) by Angie Thomas
You know all those romance books, where a girl first meets a guy, falls in love at first sight, something rough happens but they miraculously makes it through and they live happily ever after. Not forgetting movies upon movies about how when you’re not looking you’ll find the love of your life and they’re going to… Continue reading Home isn’t a place, it’s a person.
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
The latest type of ice cream seems to be the soft serve ice cream, which is a type of ice cream that is softer than regular ice cream, hence its name, due to air being introduced while freezing. One of the famous brand for soft serve ice cream would be Honey Creme, a brand that… Continue reading Honey Creme Soft Serve
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
Some would say reading is a lonely activity. When you read, you erect a social barrier around yourself, effectively shutting everyone else out. Reading is selfish because you can’t share it with anyone, and no one really benefits from the act whilst you’re reading. But how is it lonely when you get to know a… Continue reading Reading.
Someone once told me that breaking up with a friend is way more painful than breaking up with your romantic interest. And yes, it’s most definitely true. I think it’s because we never enter a friendship thinking it will end, so we bare our souls. It’s a tremendous emotional letdown [to lose a friend]. Unlike… Continue reading Friendship Breakups.