Lord of Shadows (The Dark Artifices #2) by Cassandra Clare – Review

I just finished my reread of Lord of Shadows fifteen minutes ago and I scurried to get out the laptop because everything is so fresh in my mind. People ask me all the time what my ultimate favorite book is and honestly I can read all the big classics and the “must read before you […]

The Canterville Ghost by Oscar Wilde – Review

I was bored and I was looking at the free Apple Books when I found The Canterville Ghost. It sounded interesting and it was quite short! I don’t usually read short stories out of the blue like this. I am typically a strict 300pagesisconsideredashortbook typa gal. The Canterville Ghost may be a short read but […]

A Clockwork Orange by Anthony Burgess – Review

The main reason why I wanted to read A Clockwork Orange is firstly because its dystopian and I love reading dystopian novels and secondly because this book is often studied in schools and banned in them too! Just like Brave New World , this book is banned for multiple reasons, mainly for graphic violence and assault (I […]

Lady Midnight (The Dark Artifices #1) by Cassandra Clare – Review

Just last week I ordered the paperback box set of The Dark Artifices. Sure, I do already have a hardcover first edition of Queen of Air and Darkness but I read Lady Midnight and Lord of Shadows as library books because I knew when the time came I would buy the paperback editions because i just love […]

A Book That Takes Its Time: An Unhurried Adventure in Creative Mindfulness by Irene Smit and Astrid van der Hulst – Review

I bought this book in October after I saw it at Michaels. I flipped through a couple pages and it seemed interesting and I knew it would probably be really nice to unwind after a long day. Some Details Published: 2017 Publisher: Workman Publishing Company Pages: 218 Genres: Non Fiction, Self Help, Art Synopsis Take […]

The Oh She Glows Cookbook: Vegan Recipes To Glow From The Inside Out by Angela Liddon – Review

For three years I was a vegetarian and aspiring vegan. Although, as I started high school I found myself with no time to fit everything in. I would love to be vegetarian again, In fact when I make my own meal they are mostly always meatless so there’s only one meal a day I eat […]

Shame Is an Ocean I Swim Across by Mary Lambert – Review

I believe it was during Clockwork Reader’s bookshelf tour that I first saw Shame Is an Ocean I Swim Across. I was looking for another poetry book but I’d like to say that when I was walking around at Chapters I did not bring this one home because of how beautiful the cover is for […]