Monthly Archives: September 2016

Top Ten Favourite Authors

Hi everyone! I’m so honored to have a top ten list from Tara today! M. Tara Crowl is the author of Eden’s Wish and Eden’ts Escape, both published by Disney Hyperion. My Top Ten Favorite Authors M. Tara Crowl Roald Dahl Wholly original, endlessly … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Ultimate Book of Body Language

Authors: Lillian Glass, Gregory Hartley & Maryann Karinch Published: 2015 by Popular The Ultimate Book of Body Language is a special 2-in-1 special edition comprising of The Body Language of Liars by Lillian Glass and The Body Language Handbook By … Continue reading

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Top Ten Tuesday: Top Ten All Favourite Fantasy Books

I love reading all types of books but of all the genres, I enjoy reading fantasy and historical fiction the most. However, since I’ve been reading fantasy books since I was young and I’m still relatively new to historical fiction, … Continue reading

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Book Review: Pedigree Mum

Author: Fiona Gibson Published: February 28th 2013 by Avon Kerry Tambini has had it with the London city life. Persuading her half-Italian husband, Rob to buy her aunt Maisie’s house over in Shorling, she’s all set to begin a new … Continue reading

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Top Ten Tuesday: Ten Childhood Favourite TV Shows

Since these days I hardly ever watch TV shows except movies, I decided that I would talk about my favourite TV shows I watched in my childhood for this week’s Top Ten Tuesday. Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly bookish … Continue reading

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My First Week in University and What Orientation Taught Me

If I thought that the preparations for entering university was hectic, and that upon entering university, the dust will settle and I could learn to slowly adapt, boy, was I ever wrong. Orientation week was chaotic. We freshies slept in … Continue reading

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