*The Longest Night by Ranata Suzuki* A Fairytale Every quote, every book, every film seemed to suggest that ‘one day’ someone would come into my life and love me with an intensity and a passion I had never experienced before. And to their credit the were right; it all came and went so fast, it… Continue reading #nowreading [September 17, 2018]
I gave you my heart, I loved you from the start But you turned away and you torn us apart… So I started crying, my hands were shaking I reached out to you but you started running… Now my tears are drying up, my heart is in half You don’t love me anymore but I… Continue reading Poem: Fading Fast
“Panic attacks are a lot like being drunk in some ways, you lose self-control. You cry for seemingly no reason. You deal with the hangover long into the next day.” See my full review of A Quiet Kind of Thunder here.
Hi, hi, hi! How is everyone doing? Today I’m writing a wrap up for August and for the first time in a long time, I’m not late! I mean, August just ended a couple of days ago (yes, it’s already September. It’s SEPTEMER!!!) and it’s just about time to post a wrap up. August has… Continue reading August Wrap Up and Book Haul 
Hello, everyone! Tonight I’m back with an update for my 2018 A to Z Challenge. You can find this challenge over at Goodreads created by Fran. I didn’t have much luck finishing last year’s but this year I’m determined. So… The Goal: ✩ Read 26 books in which titles begin with the letters of the alphabet. The Guidelines: ✩… Continue reading A to Z Book Challenge 2018 Update #1
WWW Wednesday is a weekly meme hosted by Sam over at Taking on a World of Words.It’s fun and simple, you just have to answer the three W’s: What are you currently reading? What did you recently finish reading? What do you think you’ll read next? You can also join by answering and linking your blog post back… Continue reading WWW Wednesday, August 29, 2018
“Nice things don’t happen in storybooks. Or when they do happen, something bad happens next. Because otherwise the story would be boring, and no one would read it.” Read my full review of The Cruel Prince here.