Like a long weekend amidst a very demanding week, The Amazing Book is Not on Fire: The World of Dan and Phil or as fans (and I) call it “TABINOF” is very entertaining and an easy read.
I’m not an expert at blindly buying books so sometimes I end up making bad decisions. Here is my list of books I haven’t finished yet and don’t really intend to.
Louisa Clark is an ordinary girl living an ordinary life. When she gets hired to be the caregiver of ex-Master of the Universe Will Traynor, she discovers that there is life outside her little town and she is willing to change her ordinary life for him – but Will has other plans, and Louisa has…… Continue reading Book Review | Me Before You by Jojo Moyes
Novel after novel after novel is draining my brain cells. So this week, I decided to read an easier book, The Amazing Book is Not on Fire by Dan Howell and Phil Lester.
I take on the Top 5 Wednesday meme to feature my own list that answers: “The weather is heating up (for half of the world), so what books remind you of summer and are your quintessential summer reads?”
Rosie and Alex have been best friends since they were five. They remained best friends when they were eighteen, thirty-one, even at fifty. They thought they only deserved each other as best friends, but everyone else thought they should be together. From internationally bestselling author Cecelia Ahern comes an ecnchanting novel about what happens when…… Continue reading Book Review | Love, Rosie by Cecelia Ahern
I feel like I’ve been writing a lot more than I’ve been reading since I hit 43% of Love, Rosie but I’ll take it as a sign that I’m getting back on track with my writing. Blogging is my way to help me get back to writing. Anyway, my sister has been trying to get…… Continue reading Top Shelf #5 | More writing, less reading