2018 Wrap Up

It is already December, which means that 2018 is almost over. I had again set my reading goal at 50 books, but I already know I am not making that number this year, which is why I am already wrapping up my year! A lot of great books came out this year, and although I got most of those the second they came out, I have not yet read them for some reason… oops. Either way, the first three quarters of the year were great for reading! I had a long summer where I had absolutely nothing to do but…

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How I Edit My Photos

Hello lovely readers! Recently I put a poll on my Instagram asking whether you would want me to show you how I edit my photos. Well, most of you voted “yes,” so today I finally deliver! Of course, the way I edit my photos depends on my theme at that moment. Right now, I am going for a heavy fall look, and my editing process is on the long side. I use a grant total of four photo editing apps, which are: • VSCO • Photo Wonder • Snapseed • Afterlight I have the paid version of VSCO and Afterlight,…

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Shadow and Crow: a review

You will remember that a few months ago I posted a review of Silver and Bone by Claudia Cain, which I ended up liking so much, that I read it in two days and decided I needed the sequel, Smoke and Mirrors immediately after. Like in a way that you can’t continue living if you don’t have the next book right now. So when Claudia asked me to read and review the third and final book, Shadow and Crow, I obviously said yes. It came out today, Friday 13th, which is a great day to publish a book about vampires…

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Review: The Movement by Samantha Armstrong

A few weeks ago I was contacted by Koruhouse Press, asking if I was interested in reading and reviewing Samantha Armstrong’s first installment in her new dystopian trilogy: The Movement. Of course I said yes because I love dystopian books and the good people on Goodreads seemed to have really enjoyed it. The book came out very recently; on April 3, 2018. Read the synopsis below: A century after the Vermune virus devastated Earth’s population, all that remains of North America is a society segregated into two precincts: the Northerners who produce the Antidote, and the Southerners who are enslaved…

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Why you should go to Bookcon 2018

It is almost time for the annual Bookcon in New York City! It is being held on June 2 & 3, and there are a ton of reasons why you should go. The first reason you should go is because you get to hang out in NYC, duh. New York unfortunately is not around the corner for everyone, and even if it is, getting there can get tricky. I always recommend checking out bus services like Greyhound or BestBus! I took BestBus last time and only paid $30 for a round trip. And the bus even had Wi-fi! Even better,…

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