The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern

I remember the hardcover copy of The Night Circus with a worn jacket sitting on one of the shelves in the local library. I was in high school then. The cover was pretty, so I picked it up. This time around, I’ve read the book with so much nostalgia. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ The Night Circus by ErinContinue reading “The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern”

How Can Growing Up in an Abusive Household Affect Your Adult Life?

Growing up in an abusive household can shape your character in such intricate ways that, after years of sustained abuse, it is not easy to untie those knots. The general symptoms are known today, but even after checking all the known boxes, there could still be some things that could catch you off guard orContinue reading “How Can Growing Up in an Abusive Household Affect Your Adult Life?”

ANIMAL by Lisa Taddeo – dark and powerful

I- This is the book I find the hardest to sum my thoughts about. It’s not an easy read. Actually, it felt more like punches that never stopped coming. Animal by Lisa Taddeo is to be approached carefully (and not just story-wise. Check the TWs for this book!) ANIMAL by Lisa Taddeo ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ From Amazon:Continue reading “ANIMAL by Lisa Taddeo – dark and powerful”


“If you give me the slightest hint of abandonment and withdrawal, I would outdo you.” Trust me to disappear easily, master of leaving. I didn’t abandon this blog. I’m struggling with those burning questions I always have more time to think of in this Mediterranean heat. THE SLIGHTEST HINT OF ABANDONMENT If I’m being honestContinue reading “THE SLIGHTEST HINT OF ABANDONMENT”

Lies and Other Love Languages

Lies and Other Love Languages is nothing like what you would expect from the title. I don’t think I’ve ever read a story like this one. How can you even put lies and love in the same box? Well, this book showed me exactly how. Thank you to NetGalley for the ARC of this book.Continue reading “Lies and Other Love Languages”

Coin for a Dream – Mae Adams

Coin for a Dream: And Other Korean Tales is a sweet and fun collection of short stories tied to Korean culture and history. The author hears all these stories in her grandparent’s house, where she spends the first years of her life. The stories are short, all have a message of some sort and areContinue reading “Coin for a Dream – Mae Adams”

The Best 6 Books to Read This June

Summer is fast approaching, and we can’t have our hot girl summer without a good book in our tote bags. Plus, these books have been on my TBR for a while now. So, today’s post is about the best 6 books to read this June. The Best 6 Books to Read this June Everybody knowsContinue reading “The Best 6 Books to Read This June”

Procrastination as My Worst Enemy

I’ve been delaying doing anything on my to-do list for no good reason. I’m behind on everything. So, in this post, I decided to name the problem. Today, I’m going to be talking about procrastination. A Preview to Procrastination A few summers ago, I decided not to get a summer job. Two summers before that,Continue reading “Procrastination as My Worst Enemy”

Tables, conversations, and safe spaces

Are we giving some topics a seat at the table, or is our table just a side table for kids so they don’t bother the grown-ups? That’s how I feel when I talk about mental health for example, or women’s status in society. Does that seat count, and how important is it to have it?Continue reading “Tables, conversations, and safe spaces”


On the second Sabbat of Twelfthmoon, in the city of Weep, a girl fell from the sky. Strange the Dreamer by Laini Taylor Beautiful and full of monsters I judge fantasy books based on their ability to contort reality, making me believe this entirely fictional world is real. What I focus on is the dynamicContinue reading “STRANGE THE DREAMER by Laini Taylor”

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