Quote of the Week!

“No. I can survive well enough on my own— if given the proper reading material.” ― Sarah J Maas, Throne of Glass

Quote of the Week!

“The only way out of the labyrinth of suffering is to forgive.” ― John Green, Looking for Alaska

January Book Birthdays!

There’s nothing quite like a book birthday! In celebration of some fantastic up and coming books, I’m going to show you the books I’m most excited about being released this month! Now, as I live in Australia, there’s a chance that my publication date might be different. If I notice a difference, I’ll let you…

My Overambitious TBR of 2020

Like most booklovers, I have plans of reading a bucketload this year. I’m setting my usual 50 book reading goal to 75 (but striving for 100–though I’m not certain how well that’s going to pan out with both Uni and fulltime work calling my name). I also want to spend more time on this blog…

Quote of the Week!

“I don’t think it’s overstating it to say that my religion of choice became VHS rentals, and that its messages came in Technicolor and musical montages and fades and jump cuts and silver-screen legends and B-movie nobodies and villains to root for and good guys to hate. But Ruth was wrong, too. There was more…

Quote of the Week!

“Don’t make your presence known. Make your absence felt.” ― Colleen Hoover, Without Merit

Quote of the Week!

“We don’t look back. It helps no one and nothing to look back.” ― Sarah J Maas, Tower of Dawn

Quote of the Week!

“ Death is not the only punishment you can give a person. You can also give them nightmares.” ― Veronica Roth, The Fates Divide

Quote of the Week!

“When people don’t express themselves, they die one piece at a time.” ― Laurie Halse Anderson, Speak

Quote of the Week!

“And there I am, blushing and confused, made beautiful by Cinna’s hands, desirable by Peeta’s confession, tragic by circumstance, and by all accounts, unforgettable.” ― Suzanne Collins, The Hunger Games