Favorite Lines from Catching Fire by Suzanne Collins

​Hey! Ho! What’s up readers? I’m back with another Favorite Book Lines. This time, from Catching Fire by Suzanne Collins. 😄📖❤ The Hunger Games was one of the first dystopian fictions that I have read and I have this habit of writing down lines from a book that I like while I’m reading, causing me…

Google Translate Translates Book Titles

Hey! Ho! What’s up readers? 😄📚💕 How is your weekend going so far?  This is what happens when you translate book titles using Google Translate. (Because Google Translate translates word for word) From English to Japanese to Korean to Chinese to Russian to French to Italian to Spanish and back to English. Fantastic Beasts and…

Book Review: Counting Wolves by Michael F. Stewart

Hey! Ho! What’s up readers? I’m back with another book review! 😄 “There once was a girl named Milly who was the wolf’s coveted meal. Whose father left her in the clutches of an evil stepmother. Whose stepmother imprisoned her with monsters.” Book Details:  Format Paperback | 226 pages Dimensions 133.1 x 202.95 x 12.95mm | 263.08g Publication…

Book Review: All Things New by Lauren Miller

Hi readers! How have you been? I’ve been busy lately and haven’t posted for a while but I’m back now with another book review! 😊     Synopsis: Seventeen-year-old Jessa Gray has always felt broken inside, but she’s gotten very good at hiding it. No one at school knows about the panic attacks, the therapy that…

July Monthly Book Wrap Up 

​Hello readers! How was July for you? July flew by fast for me. It was a busy month and quite overwhelming but I got a lot accomplished so that’s good. I hope you had a productive month as well. ☺  This month, I read 9 books in total getting me closer to the 100 books…

Favorite Lines from Cress by Marissa Meyer

“Never underestimate the stealth of a criminal mastermind.” “Yet Carswell Thorne, when given a chance to explain, always had a reason. A good reason. A heart-stopping, pulse-racing, awe-inspiring reason.” “I don’t mind the scars.” He shrugged, his eyes taking on a mischievous spark. “They hold better memories now than they used to.” “A couple years…

Book Review: A Short Border Handbook by Gazmend Kapllani

“Before being built on the ground, borders and walls are erected in our minds and souls.” Synopsis:   After spending his childhood and school years in Albania, imagining that the miniskirts and game shows of Italian state TV were the reality of life in the West, and fantasizing accordingly about living on the other side…