So, it’s been awhile. The popsugar page hasn’t been updated in weeks but before I tell you which categories I’ve completed let me share with you how I’m doing this challenge so far. How I read? I don’t tend to find a book for each category, because my reading queue has no order, sometimes a … More POP SUGAR READING CHALLENGE HALF-YEAR UPDATE
If you love books as much as I do, you’ll probably love this two series that are NOT based on novels but can certainly be related to some of the most famous authors of the moment. Because a good movie or tv series doesn’t need to be a book first. THIS IS US created by … More TV SERIES FOR BOOK NERDS | discussion
When the world owed you nothing, you demanded something for it anyway.
I can truly said I’m a different reader from three years ago. Lizzie from 2014 wouldn’t have imagined the kind of books she would read at twenty two. City of Saints and Thieves by Natalie C. Anderson Published by G.P. Putnam’s Sons Books on January 24th, 2017 Genre: Contemporary, Mistery In the shadows of Sangui … More City of Saints and Thieves by Natalie C. Anderson | review
I was trying to make a macchiato – my first try -, it didn’t go well, when I realized I havent’ done the COFFEE BOOKTAG. How could I not when I can’t think if I haven’t had at least a sip of coffee before classes. So here I’m, drinking the world most awfull macchiato because … More COFFEE BOOK TAG
I’m a huge fan of Sarah J. Maas, I, slightly, consider myself Maas trash, if it wasn’t for certain characters in a certain series. But anyway, my most anticipated release of THE YEAR will be published in five days and finally we have a excerpt, a really tiny not-good-for-my-mental-health excerpt. But beggars can’t be choosers. … More A Court of Wings and Ruin Excerpt
I hate terror, well not really but I don’t often read it so you can say that I hate it. The thing is I always got scared easily, like way to easy. My older cousins made fun of me through all my childhood that’s why I haven’t watch any of the all time famous horror … More My IT Challenge
It certainly hasn’t been that long since I wrote an entry in this blog. But it always feels that way. So, today I’m here to talk about my most anticipated reads, yes this is my May TBR and you probably remember how bad I’m at them, but the important thing is that I keep trying. … More Most Anticipated Reads – May
Hi, everyone I came to the conclusion that this year I won’t be writing many reviews but I will write reviews about the books that have left an impression on me this year and maybe even my entire life. Books that have made me change a little bit. Things I Should Have Known by Claire … More Things I Should Have Known by Claire LaZebnik | Review
THUG was my most anticipated YA release of the first half of the year. It was going to be the first book I read about the Black Lives Matter movement, something I’ve heard of before but never really deep into it. As a non-USA citizen I’m not up to date with all the problems affecting that country but discriminitation and lack of opportunities is a global problem.
So yeah, THUG jumped right into the top of my TBR once it was published. … More The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas | Review