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Wrap-Up: June

Wrap-Up: June

Wedding shenanigans, vikings, and snark Continue reading

Mini Reviews: Summery Contemporaries X3

Mini Reviews: Summery Contemporaries X3

♦♦♦♦♦♦ Title: The Statistical Probability of Love at First Sight Author: Jennifer E. Smith Publication Date: January 1st 2011 Length: 236 pages (Hardcover) Synopsis from Goodreads: Who would have guessed that four minutes could change everything? Today should be one of the worst days of seventeen-year-old Hadley Sullivan’s life. Having missed her flight, she’s stuck at JFK … Continue reading

Reading Update: June

Reading Update: June

Hey guys :) The first month of the summer is over, and it’s once again time for another update on what I’ve been reading these past 30 days. :) Novels: 8 Novellas/short stories: 0 Total: 3352 pages Finished Series/Trilogies/Duologies: 1 Started Series/Trilogies/Duologies: 1 3 Favourite Covers: Since You’ve Been Gone Wonder Struck Jellicoe Road 3 … Continue reading

Reading Update: March

Reading Update: March

Hey! :) As you might guess, I’m back from my five days in the wilderness :). The weather was lovely, I got to spend time with one of my best friends AND got some reading done. Sounds great, right? :D Now it’s time to update you guys on all the books I read this past … Continue reading

Day 17 – Favourite Cover

Today I will show some of my favourite covers :D. There will only be covers from the books I have read, since there are BILLIONS of gorgeous covers out there and it would take me all week to choose. Sounds good? :) Let the games begin! So, there you had some of my favourite covers … Continue reading

Day 14 – Favourite Quote

Favourite quote…of like, ever? Out of every written word I have ever read? You know that’s impossible, right? So instead, I have decided you will get one quote I really like, from every book I have on my favourites-list on Goodreads :). Sounds good? Here we go :) “It is a strange thing, but when … Continue reading

Quote of the Day

Quote of the Day

“Tomorrow will be better.” “But what if it’s not?” I asked. “Then you say it again tomorrow. Because it might be. You never know, right? At some point, tomorrow will be better.” – Morgan Matson (Amy & Roger’s Epic Detour)