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Book Review: My Friendship With Oscar Wilde by Lord Alfred Douglas

        If you know about Lord Alfred Douglas or Bosie, chances are you hate him. He was a poet and a journalist, but he is famously known as the man who ruined Oscar Wilde. Their love story was turbulent, and it was the major cause of Wilde's imprisonment and some of the… Continue reading Book Review: My Friendship With Oscar Wilde by Lord Alfred Douglas

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Review: Finale by Stephanie Garber

I have many good memories of this series. First of all, I read it with my sister and that was so much fun. I enjoyed the characters, the reading style, and the overall plotline. My sister and I read this final one together, and it turns out we have very different opinions. Because of that,… Continue reading Review: Finale by Stephanie Garber

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Review: Anne & Henry by Dawn Ius

Publication Date: September 1, 2015 Date read: December 10, 2019 Rating: 4/5 Format: Hardcover Recommendation percentage: Not really           Anne & Henry is a contemporary retelling of the infamous yet very real relationship between Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn. In this version, Henry is a popular rich boy with political ambitions and… Continue reading Review: Anne & Henry by Dawn Ius

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Books On My To-Read List That I’m Avoiding

Have you ever had that uncontrollable need to compulsively add books to your To-Read section in Goodreads? I think the most common problem between readers is our endless, constantly growing TBR. Since even if we stayed at home all day every day we wouldn't be able to tackle that TBR, we need to prioritize certain… Continue reading Books On My To-Read List That I’m Avoiding

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The Fall Should Be More Popular Than Fifty Shades of Gray

Long before the sexy, mysterious and mischevious Christian Gray, Jamie Dornan was serial killer Paul Spector. The plot of the show is fairly simple. Metropolitan Police Superintendent Stella Gibson (Gillian Anderson) is called by the Police Service of Northen Ireland to assess the progress of a murder investigation that has stayed open for more than… Continue reading The Fall Should Be More Popular Than Fifty Shades of Gray

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Books Outside My Comfort Zone I’ve Enjoyed

This week's topic is a hard one because I'm not particularly daring when it comes to reading. There are so many books in my comfort zone I need to read that I don't feel it's fair to waste times on books I don't think I'll enjoy. It was hard, but I managed to come up… Continue reading Books Outside My Comfort Zone I’ve Enjoyed

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Books I Wished I’d Own

Happy TTT everybody! This week's topic is "books you've read and you'd like to have in your personal library". See, the thing is I have no libraries near me, so the only way to read a book is to receive it as an ARC,  borrow it, or pay for it. Most books I've borrowed from… Continue reading Books I Wished I’d Own

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NetGalley (Long Due) Mini-Reviews #1

Hello bookish people! I was going to do a normal Sunday Post, but it's been a while since I've posted a serious review and I have so many books on NetGalley I haven't talked about yet, so I decided I'll pick 5 random books I've received from NetGalley and give you my honest opinion.  I’m… Continue reading NetGalley (Long Due) Mini-Reviews #1

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Book Characters I’d Love To Be Besties With

Time for another Top Ten Tuesday! This week we talk about Characters you'd love to be friends with. This is a hard question. There are so many potential besties in books. These are the first ones that came to mind, no particular order. Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl. Go… Continue reading Book Characters I’d Love To Be Besties With