Hi everyone! Today I bring to you my most anticipated post of the entire year, my top 10 reads of 2020. For me, 2020 has been a year where I truly immerse myself into the YA category and start on my historical fiction journey. Thanks to book blogging, I have uncovered so many amazing books, I can guarantee that 80% of these books were recommended by you all, and I am grateful for that.Continue reading “MY TOP 10 READS OF 2020 💖 || ft. gushing galore and cherelle doing the impossible of ranking favs!!”
It’s time to ignore the fact that its eternally summer here and dive into some fall tags! Again, my apologies I had to do the seasonal tags first or I would have to wait till next year! I know I am super behind on tags haha, but I have them all jotted down somewhere and eagerly look forward to all of them.Continue reading “Fall Time, Cozy Time Tag || The Pumpkin Spice Latte Book Tag 🍂”
Hello fellow bibliophiles! October is going to be over in less than 24 hours 🚀, (I will now intentionally stop myself droning about how fast October went) but it has been an extremely fulfilling month for me!
I’ve conquered my end of year exams ✏️ (other students out there still facing it, you can do this! 💪), adjusted to the world of book blogging, interacted with so many new bloggers and read more 📚 than my measly amount in September.
Today, I bring to you my monthly wrap-up which I had so much fun writing and reflecting… especially with the new format I will be adopting. It wouldn’t only be about books read but also books hauled, quotes, blogging stuff and random life highlights! I have also linked a lot of blogs through this post for you guys to go check out!
I haven’t cried over a book in such a long time.
But I weeped my way through We Were the Lucky Ones.
We Were the Lucky Ones was inspired by Hunter’s own family story and tells of the Kurc family surviving the war, different family members encountering different horrors and troubles: death camps, hiding as gentiles, exile… At a first glance, admittedly it does sound like your typical WW2 historical fiction novel, but let me assure you it is not.Continue reading “Review: We Were the Lucky Ones by Georgia Hunter | A War Novel of Luck and Family based on a real life story”
Hello bibliophiles! Today you guys are getting 2 in 1! Whooo! 🤪
I am super excited to finally be able to participate in Just Some Bibliophilic Things, a weekly meme on Saturday, created by Riddhi over at Whispering Stories.
I implore you, check out her awesome blog by seeing her answer for today’s question, and also find out a cool random fact which my eyeballs popped out at.
To find out how it works, click here!Continue reading “Bookish Fictional Land (JSBT #1) || Finally Fall Book Tag 🍂”