Welcome to my wrap-up post for July 2019! We’re halfway through 2019. What? What?! Someone explain this to me, please! What were your favourite reads of July 2019? And which books are you looking forward to for the rest of 2019? Let me know!
This Indigo Book Box celebrates Geekerella and Chaotic Good, two great books about cosplay-loving girls who dare to follow their dreams. Will Elle’s wicked stepsisters prevent her from meeting the prince at ExcelsiCon? Will Cameron’s secret D&D identity get in the way of finding love and attending CalArts for costume design? Add the magic of fandom and romance to your summer!… Read More Indigo Book Box: Once Upon a Summer (Book Box Review)
Welcome to my wrap-up post for June 2019! We’re halfway through 2019. What? What?! Someone explain this to me, please! What were your favourite reads of June 2019? Let me know in the comments!
Welcome to my wrap-up post for May 2019! What is happening this year? Each month has seemed to just fly by! It feels as if I’ve been writing one of these monthly wrap-up posts once a week rather than once a month, haha. I’m behind with my personal TBR list but am still ahead on… Read More Monthly Wrap-Up (May 2019)
I finished the 12th book in the October Daye series the other day…which means that I’m all caught up now! Ah! In case this is the first October Day themed post of mine that you’ve come across, I highly recommend that you read my full-length review for the first book and my mini-reviews for books… Read More October Daye Series by Seanan McGuire: Books 7-10 (Multiple Bullet Point Reviews)
Let Asma Khan feed your soul with this collection of authentic Indian recipes. Award-winning restaurant Darjeeling Express began life as a dinner party with friends; Indian food lovingly cooked from family recipes that go back generations. In this book, Asma reveals the secret to her success, telling her immigrant’s story and how food brought her home. The recipes pay homage to her royal Mughlai ancestry and follow the route of the Darjeeling Express train from the busy streets of Bengal, through Calcutta… Read More Asma’s Indian Kitchen by Darjeeling Express (Review)
Welcome to my wrap-up post for April 2019! The past month went by quicker than I had expected it to! I’m loving work, and while I fell behind on my reading, I’m still ahead of my Goodreads reading challenge…somehow… But anyway, what were your favourite reads of April 2019? Let me know in the comments!
The first impressions I got from the new Breyers Delights was that the packaging looked really fun, that there were a good amount of flavour choices (with enough variety), and that the tubs were a little smaller than I had expected. I opted for the vanilla cupcake flavour because I try to avoid chocolate, and it’s just the flavour that seemed like it would be the tastiest for me… Read More Breyers Delights: Vanilla Cupcake (Food Product Review)
Susan is the new girl—she’s sharp and driven, and strives to meet her parents’ expectations of excellence. Malcolm is the bad boy—he started raising hell at age fifteen, after his mom died of cancer, and has had a reputation ever since. Susan’s parents are on the verge of divorce. Malcolm’s dad is a known adulterer. Susan hasn’t told anyone, but she wants to be an artist. Malcolm doesn’t know what he wants—until he meets her.… Read More The Beauty of the Moment by Tanaz Bhathena (Blog Tour: ARC Review)
So, January went by really slow, February went by really fast, and I’m not sure what happened exactly with March … but it’s over now too! How is it already almost April? I feel almost as if I zone out for weeks at a time, and then resurface with a “what year is it?” sort… Read More Monthly Wrap-Up (March 2019)