Review: One Moment, One Morning by Sarah Rayner

IMG_1943Happy Wednesday! I just literally finished One Moment, One Morning and had to start writing this review immediately! I absolutely loved this book. It was refreshing from the amount of Y.A. and Children’s lit I’ve been reading lately. The story was sad but not to sad or to serious for me. I was pulled in on the first page all the way to the very last. Read the full post »

Lazy Sunday Reads

Lazy Sunday Reads

Review: Whatever After #3 Sink or Swim by Sarah Mlynowski

IMG_1937I was so excited when this book came in the mail 2 and a half weeks before it was supposed to be shipped since the release date was not until April 1st. I have to have these books in paperback so I am whiling to wait for each one of them to come out. So I finally have the 3rd! Read the full post »

Review: The Land of Stories by Chris Colfer

IMG_1930I am so glad I finally read this! I have no idea why I let it sit on my self for so long because it was SO GOOD! By now you have probably noticed two things about me and my reading habits. 1, I read a lot of children’s lit and 2, I love fairy tales. This was a great little fairy tale novel, I thought he was so cleaver with how he made characters special, different from what we usually hear and the land itself was so interesting. Read the full post »

Review: Mrs. Dalloway by Virginia Woolf

IMG_1844This will be so what of a mini-review but I have been working on this for awhile…..the book not the review of course. I have a hard time reading classics because they take me much longer than newer books. The language and structure is so much more complex but after I finally get to the end it is like a breath of fresh air to have read something like that. I have heard so many great things about Virginia Woolf and this book and I was pleasantly surprised with how much I enjoyed this book despite the time it took me to read it. Read the full post »

Lazy Sunday Reads

Lazy Sunday Reads

Friday Favourites

Happy Friday! Its been on going to be another few busy weeks of papers and stuff to do but I’m still reading! I started the Land of Stories yesterday and I have almost finished Mrs. Dalloway! I feel obligated to do a post since I have not done much of that in the last few weeks, so here are my Friday Favourites!

Favourite Activity: Dance (Taken on Saltspring Island)


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April/May Reading List!

IMG_0005Happy April! April showers are supposed to bring may flowers but I don’t think that is going to happen this year. We have mountains of snow and the cold weather is just never ending with teases of sun and the occasional temperature of +1 …. I want this winter to end like many others in the same situation. Well with the coming month my school is finished and I can finally relax (a little) which means lots of time to read! Read the full post »

Lazy Sunday Reads


Friday Favourites

Happy Friday! Finally the end of the week and time for the weekend and I’m looking forward to finishing a book! Today I decided to do a Friday Favourites post, no it will not become an every friday thing, well maybe…I’ll have to think about it, but I have so many favourite things (books especially) I thought I would give it a go! So Here is my Friday Favourites for this week!

Favourite Flower:

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