Review: Isla and the Happily Ever After

Review: Isla and the Happily Ever After

I smile up at him “It’s beautiful. But what comes next?” “The best part.” And he pulls me back into his arms. “The happily ever after.”  I have been saved! Hallelujah! For those of you who read my post last week, you are well aware of the fact that I was in a book slump. … Continue reading

Tea Time: Siege and Storm

Tea Time: Siege and Storm

Tea: Snickerdoodle (David’s Tea) Containing cinnamon, monk fruit, and butterscotch, this Rooibos blend is a part of David’s Tea’s new Fall Collection! While I’ve never actually eaten a snickerdoodle cookie before, based on the taste of the tea I can imagine that they are quite scrumptious! The cinnamon and butterscotch flavours make this a perfect … Continue reading

Book Slump….

Book Slump….

It’s that time of the year again…. I’m in a bit of a book slump. It happens to the best of us. After gorging myself with so many books I’m finding it a bit difficult to get myself excited about reading. Luckily, since this has happened to me before I happen to know the perfect … Continue reading

Graphic Novel Review: Seconds

Graphic Novel Review: Seconds

We all make mistakes. That’s one of the fall outs that come with being human. From forgetting to take the cookies out of the oven before they burn to crashing your car after forgetting to put your snow tires back on, there isn’t a human in the world who hasn’t done something stupid that they … Continue reading

Book Review: Winger

Book Review: Winger

This is a spoiler-free review! One word: Speechless. That’s how Winger by Andrew Smith left me feeling last week when I finally reached the end. The story starts out innocently enough: Ryan Dean West is a 14 year old junior at a boarding school for rich kids, and he’s madly in love with his best … Continue reading

Review: The Table Of Less Valued Knights

Review: The Table Of Less Valued Knights

Unless you’ve been living under a rock your entire life, chances are you are familiar with the legend of King Arthur and his Knights of the Round Table. From television shows (Merlin, Once Upon a Time) and movies (The Sword and the Stone, First Knight), to musicals (Spamalot) and operas (Gawain), the legend of King … Continue reading

Reading On Vacation

Reading On Vacation

Hi Everyone! I know I’ve been MIA for a while now, but I have a good reason! I’ve just come home from spending 2 beautiful weeks Up North with my family! Going up north is a yearly tradition for me, and it’s always one of the highlights of my summer. Being surrounded by nature, relaxing … Continue reading

Renewed Excitement: Volume One

Renewed Excitement: Volume One

I stole the idea for this posting from my friend Chelsey at Chels and a Book! Chelsey noticed that the excitement that she felt upon first purchasing a new book often ebbed away after having it sit on her shelves for months on end. Like Chelsey, I always buy a book with the best intentions … Continue reading