Rainbow Bookshelf Tour – Black Books (28/30)

Welcome to the Thirteenth and Fourteenth shelf of the Rainbow Bookshelf Tour! This is the twenty-eighth segment of the Tour. If you want to view the other colours in the rainbow, click here! (I know, black isn’t a part of the rainbow, but I think they’re just as important as the rest!) My name is Tash and you’ll be…

Impromptu Readathon

Anyone that’s been following my blog for a while knows that I’ve been hosting the TBR-athon’s since the beginning with my good friend, Alex Butler. Find her here. She’s fabulous. Last Tuesday morning I woke up after the best sleep ever and decided you know what would be fun? A FREAKING READATHON. Now, I know…

Quote of the Week!

“Literature may increase one’s depth of knowledge, but not all knowledge be found in literature. Only with practical experience can one truly learn and thus be considered knowledgeable.”   – Lynette Noni, Akarnae

TBR Shame Tag (Tiggity Tag Friday)

Well, shoot. This is going to be a long list of books 😆. The aim of this game is to list every book currently on your shelf and cross off all the books you’ve read, exposing your poor buying habits for what they truly are… I want to add that I’m aware I’m a book…

TWO CAN KEEP A SECRET by Karen M. McManus (10 Point Review)

Genre: Young Adult – Crime/ThrillerTarget Audience: 14+ Goodreads Rating: 4.5/5  I LOVE TWINS! I don’t know why. Ever since I was like, 5, I’ve always liked the idea of twins. Someone who’s been there always?! That’s freaking sick! Karen M. McManus has this incredible ability to make you fall undeniably in love with the characters she creates. They’re always…

Underrated Contemporary’s

So, I went through this massive phase where I was obsessed with reading Contemporary novels. It’s only recently that I’ve started to slowly pull out from that and wander back into the world of dragons and elves. So before I dive completely into the fantasy realm, I thought I’d compile a list of contemporary books…

Quote of the Week!

“Maybe I still haven’t become me. I don’t know how you tell for sure when you finally have ” ― Emily M. Danforth, The Miseducation of Cameron Post