Don’t Judge a Book by its Cover… or Title

We've all heard the age-old saying, "Don't judge a book by its cover," more times than we can count. Obviously, we all know it means we could miss out on a beautiful story by judging a cover harshly. Yet, as the judgmental humans we are, this saying doesn't deter us from skipping out on books... Continue Reading →

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Something in the Way- Review

I believe certain books come to us at the very time we need them in life. Sometimes we're led to them, and it's like the world is shouting at us "Stop everything you're doing and read this book now!" Something in the Way was one of those books for me. First, my lovely friend, Kacy... Continue Reading →

The Book Blogger Test Tag

Hey bookworms! The lovely Naty @ Naty's Bookshelf tagged us for The Book Blogger Test Tag. Thank you so much! We are really excited for this tag since this is the first time we have been nominated for a blog tag. If you want to know what a Brazilian gal is reading in Germany, and... Continue Reading →

Oh, Sleepur! – Review

I think when a friend shares a book they love with me, it is one of the most special gifts they can give. It's like they are saying, "Here's a piece of my soul." To me, it's more than just pages, more than a simple book, but a look into a person. When my friend... Continue Reading →

London Belongs to Me – Review

As an Anglophile, I knew I had to read London Belongs to Me as soon as I saw Colleen Hoover post a giveaway for this title on Instagram. I love everything about England and was in need of a cheerful bit of Chick-Lit to read after the heavy books I've been hitting lately.  Jacquelyn Middleton hit... Continue Reading →

This is How I Die – Poetry Release

Through the writing of J.R. Rogue, I discovered a world of poetry I didn't know existed. Kat Savage is one of the poets I learned about through Rogue's social media and their friendship. I love witnessing their talents merge and the camaraderie these two powerhouses share. They are encouragers of women and the lives women... Continue Reading →

The Perfect Stranger – Review

I think I may have been at an advantage reading The Perfect Stranger as my first Megan Miranda book. The reviews for All the Missing Girls are raving, making fans wonder if The Perfect Stranger can live up to the hype. Since I have yet to read her previous works, I have no comparisons to... Continue Reading →

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