Book Review: Looking for Alaska by John Green

Title: Looking for Alaska Author: John Green Genre: Young Adult/Teen Fiction, Boarding School, Coming-of-Age Format: Paperback “The only way out of the labyrinth of suffering is to forgive.” INFO | Goodreads BUY | The Book Depository (Taken from Goodreads) Miles “Pudge” Halter is done with his safe life at home. His…

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Book Review: The Kingdom of Childhood by Rebecca Coleman

Book Review: The Kingdom of Childhood by Rebecca Coleman

Title: The Kingdom of Childhood Author: Rebecca Coleman Genre: Adult Fiction, Contemporary, Drama Format: Paperback “I have learned that all anyone ever wants is … View Post
Ten Books I’d Love To See As Movies/Tv Shows

Ten Books I’d Love To See As Movies/Tv Shows

Sometimes the last thing a book needs is a film adaptation that feels all wrong.  The best example for me is The Hobbit, which … View Post
Letters To My Future Self

Letters To My Future Self

For my birthday, I was gifted a little activity book called Letters To My Future Self: A Paper Time Capsule. The idea is to … View Post
Your Life Story In Six Words Or Less

Your Life Story In Six Words Or Less

Since I have been raving so much about flash fiction lately, I was quite excited when I stumbled upon this mini writing challenge.  The … View Post
Welcome to Night Vale: the Countdown Begins

Welcome to Night Vale: the Countdown Begins

I have never pre-ordered a book in my life. I know many people do and many people don’t, but I’ve generally always … View Post
Book Review: Fangirl

Book Review: Fangirl

Being a bit of a geek, my initial thought, before I even opened the book was: ‘I am going to love this’.  I wasn’… View Post