I’ve finally got my hands on this book.. thanks to my classmate whose daily goal is to get on my nerves by being weird. I actually have no idea what this book is about but after reading a lot of reviews about how amazing this book is, I decided to borrow it from my classmate.
The school library is an amazing place – it is where students research, do homework, read for leisure, or feel the aircon in the midst of a hot lunch afternoon – but is a library still a library if hardly any books are in the room?
Talk about books that don’t have a romantic subplot! This is a really hard one, so if you can’t find any, you can talk about some where the romance is super super minor. Like barely mentioned… at all…
Fireworks by Katie Cotugno | Published on 11 April 2017 by Balzer + Bray | Hardcover, 336 pages | PHP649.00 | ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
I am almost one month into school which means almost one month of scheduled posts. I’m actually finding it difficult to balance my time between school work, rest, and reading. I actually planned to publish five reviews this month, and I could, but I decided to save the last review for July because I don’t…… Continue reading Monthly Wrap-up | June 2017
Ask and you may receive. By request, a topic all about your favorite hate to love romances! Be part of Top 5 Wednesday by joining the group on Goodreads or just leave your answers in the comments!
Every book blogger probably knows by now that ARCs or Advanced Reader’s Copies are important. ARCs are copies of a book that are yet to be published and are reviewed by bloggers right around the publication date to help with the book’s publicity. ARCs are either in print or ebook/digital form. Digital ARCs are easier…… Continue reading The First Few ARCs