The Pancake Book Tag // Pairing Books With Delicious Treats!

Pancakes are so great. Chocolatey pancakes, blueberry pancakes, pancakes with a sprinkle of sugar *sigh*. It is for this reason that I absolutely loved this tag when I saw it, so thank you Kay for tagging me šŸ™‚ Becky's Pancake Book Tag is creative and prompts the writer to match books with different pancake toppings.…

My Hogwarts House, Patronus, Wand and Ilvermorny House!

So guys, I've decided to take the quizzes on Pottermore and share the results with you because I am a massive fan of the Harry Potter universe! I still remember being one of the first to sign up for Pottermore back in the day when we could still earn housepoints from brewing potions and doing…

Book Review: The Nowhere Girls by Amy Reed

The Nowhere Girls is as empowering as it is emotive. Amy Reed's novel explores society's vulgar reactions towards females who call out those of the opposite sex for rape. The book follows the story of a group of misfit girls who create a society (The Nowhere Girls) to try and raise awareness about sexism and…

Book Review: The Kiss Quotient by Helen Hoang

Steamy and unconventional, The Kiss Quotient makes for an interesting read. The gender role reversal makes this novel the version of Pretty Woman we've all been waiting for. The portrayal of the love life of a woman with Asperger's is particularly compelling, allowing us to delve deeper into the mind of a person who does…

Book Tag: 2 truths and 1 lie

Time for my first ever book tag! Thank you to Mim Inkling for nominating me. Rules: Create a post with your two bookish truths and one bookish lie ā€“ but be sure to keep it a secret so your readers can guessReveal the lie in a spoiler at the bottom of your postTag 8 friends…

Book Review: After The Fire by Will Hill

A dark and enthralling story, After the Fire tells the dramatic story of seventeen-year-old Moonbeam's terrifying life in a cult, her climactic escape, and her rehabilitation into the outside world. This novel is different and really makes its impression; it is like a dystopian fiction set within a normal world and every page is interesting…