Mini Reviews: What Kind of Girl & What I Lost.

Hi and welcome to my blog.

Today I’m going to be reviewing What Kind of Girl by Alyssa B. Sheinmel and What I Lost by Alexandra Ballard, two books I’ve read recently that I loved and found to be super informative and important but also entertaining reads!!

What Kind of Girl by Alyssa B. Sheinmel


Publication Date: February 4th 2020

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Books I really need to read in 2020 // Top 5 Tuesday


Hi, hey, hello and happy Tuesday!

Today is the first Top 5 Tuesday of the year and the topic is: 5 Books I need to read in 2020.

I lowkey have no idea what books are going to appear on this list. Its day number five of being back at school and my brain is fried and I already feel like I’m behind so let me tell you that this should be fun.

Top 5 Tuesday is hosted by Shanah @ Bionic Bibliophile

A Court of Thorns and Roses by Sarah J. Maas


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Mental Health Reads // Top 5 Wednesday


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Hello and happy Wednesday!

In honour of May being Mental Health Awareness month today’s topic is Books featuring Mental Health.

Sadly I really haven’t read all that many books where the main focus is mental health although it is something I want to read more of so today I’m going to be talking about some books featuring mental health that I’m really interested in reading.

All weekly topics can be found HERE!

1- Darius the Great Is Not Okay by Adib Khorram

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The May TBR that could have been.

Hello and welcome back to my blog. Today I’m doing my May TBR … kind of.

You see I have more or less seven weeks till the end of school and my graduation from mandatory education which roughly translates to seven weeks for me to get my grades up so that I do actually graduate and get my title and rub it in my brothers face and make my parents proud. Etcetera.

(Also family friends we haven’t seen in 10 years and grandparents we haven’t seen in 3 years both decided to come out to stay with us this month???)

So I imagine the next two months are going to be pretty busy and my time for reading is going to be limited. And so I’m going to be talking about all the books I WISH I could be reading in May when in actual fact I’ll be slaving over Math/History/Latin/Economy homework and wishing I was dead 🙂

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