Finally, I decided to do another TTT. This one is hosted at thatartsyreadergirl.
Check out her prompts, if you guys want to join in.
For this week the topic was supposed to be THE BEST BOOKS I READ IN 2018 (SO FAR!) But, so far I’ve only read 25 books. And if I count down the 10 best books, that will be 40% of my entire reading pool. That would be very inaccurate, so I figured I’d make a 5 Good and 5 Bad books I read in 2018.
So starting with The Good: Continue reading Top 10 Tuesday: The Good and The Bad of 2018
I cannot believe February is over already.
At the beginning of the month, I had too much energy for blogging, maybe that’s why halfway through the month, the energy sort of fizzled out. And now, its the end of the month already, and I only have half-written drafts, which I have no motivation to complete.
Anywhoo, I have finally found the motivation to write a wrap-up post. 😀
FEBRUARY- A month of mostly Crime/Mystery/Thrillers. Continue reading Feb Wrap Up- A month of Thrillers
Top 5 “ships” I’ll sail to the ends of the earth (and I by this I mean relationships….. not literal ships)
Top 5 Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted by Shanah over at Bionic Bookworm. She is really awesome! you’ve probably known about her, but if you haven’t check out her blog!! Also, to join in on Top 5 Tuesday, the topics for February are over here.
So, “ships” and OTPs! my top 5 ships are:
5. Autumn and Dax Continue reading Top 5 Tuesday: Top 5 “ships” I’ll sail to the ends of the earth
Read ‘The Girl on the Train’, they said. It’s gonna be the next ‘Gone Girl’, they said…
Well, that did not happen. I hate to say it, but I did not love it. It was not bad, but not good either.
The main thing I disliked about the book was the narration. It’s a damn book, I need to know what is happening exactly to have a clear picture in my head. Reading it from Rachel’s point of view was confusing at best. Continue reading Book Review: The Girl on the Train
Top 5 Tuesday is hosted by Shanah over at Biconic Book Worm. The topic is pretty self- explanatory. So, if you want to join in on it, check out the topics for January at January 2018 topics.
The top 5 books on my 2018 bucket list are *drumroll…*
5. Every Move by Ellie Marney Continue reading Top 5 Tuesday: Top 5 books on my 2018 bucket list
What kind of a title is “Trust me, I’m lying”, right? After reading the book, it makes perfect sense.
Julep our protagonist is a 16-year-old grifter. Grifters are professional con artists. She has been learning all the tricks of the trade from her father. Nobody really knows what they do because if they did, they would not really be pros, right?
She is the perfect sassy protagonist with con artist skills, what else do you need? It was really fun to get inside her mind. I kind of wish we could be friends.
Sam is the dorky nerd guy in the friend-zone. He reminded me very much of Simon from ‘The Mortal Instruments’. It is so clear that he likes Julep, like are you really that blind, Julep?
Tyler is the new guy with all the charms. Continue reading Book Review: Trust Me, I’m Lying
Plot twists can only go two ways. Either they can resolve a conflict or they cause even more conflict.
Here is my list of plot twists I did not see coming AT ALL among the books that I read recently. Continue reading Crazy Plot Twists
This book follows the success story of Lara Cameron, as she becomes an exceptionally brilliant and cunning real estate agent. However, in that journey she makes some powerful foes as well as friends.
With what I read form the back of the book, I was expecting some kind of mystery- something from the past-that would hunt her again. I was definitely expecting some involvement of detectives Continue reading The Stars Shine Down- Sidney Sheldon