A post in which I tell you about my future plans // HIATUS

A post in which I tell you about my future plans HIATUS

This is the dreaded post, guys. This is it.

So most of you know that I’ve recently graduated from high school. And some of you are already aware that I’ll be going on a hiatus soon. Why? I’m starting uni. I know most of you would be like, “But I’m  in uni and I work and read and blog and study just fine.” And yes, I know that. But I’m going to a public uni. One literally notorious for screwing student’s brains over. It’s incredibly competitive and exhausting, but the result is totally worth it. Continue reading

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The First Kiss of Spring by Emily March ARC Review

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[I received a free advance review copy by the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review]
God bless good small-town romance contemporaries. This book had me on a roller coaster of emotions from the very first chapter. It’s my first Emily March read, and for heaven’s sake, I’d read anything she’d write if it’s half as good as The First Kiss of Spring. Continue reading

Make Me Want by Katee Robert ARC Review

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[I recieved a free advance review copy by Harlequin via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review]
My heart is soaring. This book was a perfect read for my hopeless romantic self.
Lucy works at a law firm and she’s got a position just under the CEO. She’s basically married to her job. For work-related purposes, she decides to contact her ex-husband’s (ex) best friend, also a headhunter, Gideon, to hunt her some suitors… Guys willing to marry her on such short notice. Continue reading

Indiscretion by Hannah Fielding Book Review

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[I received a free copy of this book by the author in exchange for an honest review. Thank you so much, Ms Fielding, for giving me this opportunity]

Can I be considered a Spaniard now that I’ve finished the Andalucian Nights series? I need to thank Ms Fielding for introducing me to:

  1. Proper historical fiction; I never imagined that I’d ever be capable of reading Historical novels. I’m so grateful for this series. I loved each and every book to pieces. The characters are so precious and each one of them holds a special place in my heart.
  2. SPAIN. Okay, I had this insane obsession with everything Spanish back in the day. But this is different on so many levels. I mean, I ACTUALLY KNOW SOME SPANISH NOW. It’s not much, but I genuinely know a couple of words, legends, proverbs, some Arabic ones at that! So, yes, saying that I spent the whole time fangirling over the most typical things in this series would be the understatement of the century.

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An Open Letter to Netgalley and Goodreads

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Dear Netgalley and Goodreads, 

Today I discovered that your sites will no longer be providing services (or limiting services) to international readers and I am absolutely devastated.

Contrary to popular belief, America is not the only country in the world.

For those who are unaware of what is happening, Goodreads will, from January 2018, prevent authors from creating giveaways for international readers. Basically, authors will have to pay $119 for a giveaway base package, and $599 for the premium. Previously, all authors had to pay for was shipping. Read more here.

Netgalley, on the other hand, has severely limited the amount of…

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