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Highly Awaited Books of November 2020

1. The Princess Knight by G.A. Aiken

The Princess Knight by G.A. Aiken

Gemma Smythe dedicated her life to the glory of battle. With her fellow War Monks, she worshipped the war gods, rained destruction on her enemies, and raised the dead when the fancy took her. Until her sister Keeley became the prophesied Blacksmith Queen, and Gemma broke faith with her order to journey to the Amichai Mountain and fight by Keeley’s side. 

The Amichai warriors are an unruly, never-to-be-tamed lot, especially their leader-in-waiting, Quinn. But when the War Monks declare support for Gemma’s ruthless younger sister Beatrix, the immaturity of her key ally is the least of Gemma’s problems. She has to get to the grand masters, dispel their grudge against her, and persuade them to fight for Keeley and justice. If her conviction can’t sway them, perhaps Quinn’s irritating, irreverent, clearly unhinged, ferocity will win the day . . .

2. The Cul-de-Sac War by Melissa Ferguson

The Cul-de-Sac War by Melissa Ferguson

Bree Leake doesn’t want to be tied down. She’s had more jobs than she can count, and she plans to move as soon as the curtains fall on her less-than-minor stage role at The Barter–the oldest live performance theater in the US.

But just when it’s time to move on again, Bree’s parents make her an offer: hold steady for a full year, and they will give her the one thing she’s always wanted–her grandmother’s house.

Her dreams are coming true . . . until life at the theater throws her some curve balls.

And then there’s Chip McBride–her handsome and infuriating next-door neighbor.

Chip just might be the only person whose stubborn streak can match Bree’s. She would move heaven and earth to have him off her cul-de-sac and out of her life, but according to the bargain she’s struck, she can’t move out of her house and away from the man who’s making her life miserable.

So begins Bree’s obsessive new mission: to drive Chip out of the neighborhood–and fast.

Bree isn’t the only one who’s a tad competitive, and Chip is more than willing to fight fire with fire. But as their pranks escalate, the line between love and hate starts to blur–and their heated rivalry threatens to take a hilarious, heartwarming, and romantic new turn.

3. The Awakening (The Dragon Heart Legacy #1) by Nora Roberts

The Awakening by Nora RobertsWhen Breen Kelly was a girl, her father would tell her stories of magical places. Now she’s an anxious twenty something mired in student debt and working a job she hates. 

But one day she stumbles upon a shocking discovery: her mother has been hiding an investment account in her name. It has been funded by her long-lost father–and it’s worth nearly four million dollars. 
This newfound fortune would be life-changing for anyone. 
But little does Breen know that when she uses some of the money to journey to Ireland, it will unlock mysteries she couldn’t have imagined. 
Here, she will begin to understand why she kept seeing that silver-haired, elusive man, why she imagined his voice in her head saying Come home, Breen Siobhan. It’s time you came home. Why she dreamed of dragons. 
And where her true destiny lies–through a portal in Galway that takes her to a land of faeries and mermaids, to a man named Keegan, and to the courage in her own heart that will guide her through a powerful, dangerous destiny…

4. Love and Olives by Jenna Evans Welch

Love and Olives by Jenna Evans WelchLiv Varanakis doesn’t have a lot of fond memories of her father, which makes sense–he fled to Greece when she was only eight. What Liv does remember, though, is their shared love for Greek myths and the lost city of Atlantis. 

So when Liv suddenly receives a postcard from her father explaining that National Geographic is funding a documentary about his theories on Atlantis– will she fly out to Greece and help?–Liv jumps at the opportunity. 

But when she arrives to gorgeous Santorini, things are a little…awkward. There are so many questions, so many emotions that flood to the surface after seeing her father for the first time in years. And yet Liv doesn’t want their past to get in the way of a possible reconciliation. She also definitely doesn’t want Theo–her father’s charismatic so-called “protégé”–to witness her struggle .And that means diving into all that Santorini has to offer–the beautiful sunsets, the turquoise water, the hidden caves, and the delicious cuisine. 

But not everything on the Greek island is as perfect as it seems. Because as Liv slowly begins to discover, her father may not have invited her to Greece for Atlantis, but for something much more important.

5. The Office of Historical Corrections: A Novella and Short Stories by Danielle Evans

The Office of Historical Corrections by Danielle EvansDanielle Evans is widely acclaimed for her blisteringly smart voice and x-ray insights into complex human relationships. 

With The Office of Historical Corrections, Evans zooms in on particular moments and relationships in her characters’ lives in a way that allows them to speak to larger issues of race, culture, and history. 

She introduces us to Black and multiracial characters who are experiencing the universal confusions of lust and love, and getting walloped by grief–all while exploring how history haunts us, personally and collectively. 

Ultimately, she provokes us to think about the truths of American history–about who gets to tell them, and the cost of setting the record straight.

In “Boys Go to Jupiter,” a white college student tries to reinvent herself after a photo of her in a Confederate-flag bikini goes viral. In “Richard of York Gave Battle in Vain,” a photojournalist is forced to confront her own losses while attending an old friend’s unexpectedly dramatic wedding. 

And in the eye-opening title novella, a black scholar from Washington, DC, is drawn into a complex historical mystery that spans generations and puts her job, her love life, and her oldest friendship at risk.

6. A Promised Land by Barack Obama

A Promised Land by Barack ObamaIn the stirring, highly anticipated first volume of his presidential memoirs, Barack Obama tells the story of his improbable odyssey from young man searching for his identity to leader of the free world, describing in strikingly personal detail both his political education and the landmark moments of the first term of his historic presidency–a time of dramatic transformation and turmoil.

Obama takes readers on a compelling journey from his earliest political aspirations to the pivotal Iowa caucus victory that demonstrated the power of grassroots activism to the watershed night of November 4, 2008, when he was elected 44th president of the United States, becoming the first African American to hold the nation’s highest office.

Reflecting on the presidency, he offers a unique and thoughtful exploration of both the awesome reach and the limits of presidential power, as well as singular insights into the dynamics of U.S. partisan politics and international diplomacy. 

Obama brings readers inside the Oval Office and the White House Situation Room, and to Moscow, Cairo, Beijing, and points beyond.

7. Notorious (Rebels of the Ton #1)

Notorious by Minerva SpencerThe cure for a willful wife . . .Drusilla Clare is full of opinions about why a woman shouldn’t marry. 

But that doesn’t stop the rush of desire she feels each time her best friend’s brother, notorious rake Gabriel Marlington, crosses her path. So imagine her dismay when she finds herself in the clutches of a scoundrel, only to be rescued by Gabriel himself. 

And when Gabriel’s heartless–and heart-pounding–proposal comes, it’s enough to make Dru’s formidable resolve crumble.  She’s sharp-tongued, exasperating–and due to one careless moment–about to become his wife. 

Still, something about Drusilla has Gabriel intrigued. First there’s the delicious flush of her skin every time she delivers a barb–and then the surprisingly sensual feel of her in his arms. Gabriel even finds himself challenged by her unusual philosophies. 

When he discovers a clandestine rival for Dru’s affection, his temperature flares even hotter. But the real threat to their happiness is one neither of the newlyweds sees coming. 

If they’re to save their future–and their very lives–they’ll need to trust in each other and their growing love.

8. Instant Karma by Marissa Meyer

Instant Karma by Marissa MeyerChronic overachiever Prudence Daniels is always quick to cast judgment on the lazy, rude, and arrogant residents of her coastal town. 

Her dreams of karmic justice are fulfilled when, after a night out with her friends, she wakes up with the sudden ability to cast instant karma on those around her. 

Pru giddily makes use of the power, punishing everyone from public vandals to mean gossips, but there is one person on whom her powers consistently backfire: Quint Erickson, her slacker of a lab partner. Quint is annoyingly cute and impressively noble, especially when it comes to his work with the rescue center for local sea animals. 

When Pru resigns herself to working at the rescue center for extra credit, she begins to uncover truths about baby otters, environmental upheaval, and romantic crossed signals–not necessarily in that order. Her newfound karmic insights reveal how thin the line is between virtue and vanity, generosity and greed . . . love and hate… and fate.

9. Hidden in Plain Sight (William Warwick Novels #2) by Jeffrey Archer

Hidden in Plain Sight by Jeffrey ArcherWilliam Warwick has been promoted to Detective Sergeant, but his promotion means that he, along with the rest of his team, have been reassigned to the Drugs Squad.

They are immediately tasked with apprehending Khalil Rashidi, a notorious drug dealer, who operates his extensive network out of South London.
As the investigation progresses, William runs into enemies old and new: Adrian Heath, from his school days, now a street dealer who he convinces to turn informer; and financier Miles Faulkner, who makes a mistake that could finally see him put behind bars.
Meanwhile, William and his fiancée Beth enjoy making preparations for their upcoming wedding, though an unpleasant surprise awaits them at the altar.
As William’s team closes the net around a criminal network like none they have ever faced before, he devises a trap they would never expect, one that is hidden in plain sight . . .

 

10. Frozen 2 Dangerous Secrets: The Story of Iduna and Agnarr by Mari Mancusi

Frozen 2 Dangerous Secrets: The Story of Iduna and Agnarr by Mari MancusiEver since the day the forest fell, Arendellians have despised and distrusted Northuldra with a vengeance. No matter that the Northuldra-along with some of Arendelle’s own-have been trapped in the Enchanted Forest behind an impenetrable wall of mist since the day of the battle.

Iduna doesn’t know why the mist refuses to part, or why it descended to begin with. The only clear thing is that she must keep her identity from everyone, even Agnarr. Her life depends on it.

Fortunately for her, Agnarr doesn’t know that Iduna is the Northuldra girl he saw seemingly flying on a gust of wind all those years ago, the day of the celebration turned disaster. The day Agnarr lost his father, the king. The day Agnarr himself almost died.

What Agnarr does know is that Iduna is a true ally in the face of his royal responsibilities and the expectations of an overbearing council and a well-meaning regent who will rule in Agnarr’s place until he turns twenty-one and assumes the Arendellian throne.

As Iduna and Agnarr grow ever closer, however, friendship is no longer enough. If only falling for each other didn’t mean risking their futures: Iduna’s as a hidden-in-plain-sight citizen of Arendelle, and Agnarr’s as imminent king.

But for a chance at true love, the risk might be worth taking

11. The Law of Innocence by Michael Connelly

The Law of Innocence by Michael ConnellyOn the night he celebrates a big win, defense attorney Mickey Haller is pulled over by police, who find the body of a former client in the trunk of his Lincoln. 

Haller is immediately charged with murder but can’t post the exorbitant $5 million bail slapped on him by a vindictive judge.

Mickey elects to represent himself and is forced to mount his defense from his jail cell in the Twin Towers Correctional Center in downtown Los Angeles. 

All the while he needs to look over his shoulder–as an officer of the court he is an instant target, and he makes few friends when he reveals a corruption plot within the jail.

But the bigger plot is the one against him. Haller knows he’s been framed, whether by a new enemy or an old one. 

As his trusted team, including his half-brother, Harry Bosch, investigates, Haller must use all his skills in the courtroom to counter the damning evidence against him.

Even if he can obtain a not-guilty verdict, Mickey understands that it won’t be enough. In order to be truly exonerated, he must find out who really committed the murder and why. 

12. Murder in Old Bombay by Nev March

Murder in Old Bombay by Nev MarchIn 1892, Bombay is the center of British India. Nearby, Captain Jim Agnihotri lies in Poona military hospital recovering from a skirmish on the wild northern frontier, with little to do but re-read the tales of his idol, Sherlock Holmes, and browse the daily papers. 

The case that catches Captain Jim’s attention is being called the crime of the century: Two women fell from the busy university’s clock tower in broad daylight. 

Moved by Adi, the widower of one of the victims — his certainty that his wife and sister did not commit suicide — Captain Jim approaches the Parsee family and is hired to investigate what happened that terrible afternoon. But in a land of divided loyalties, asking questions is dangerous. 

Captain Jim’s investigation disturbs the shadows that seem to follow the Framji family and triggers an ominous chain of events. 

And when lively Lady Diana Framji joins the hunt for her sisters’ attackers, Captain Jim’s heart isn’t safe, either.

Based on a true story, and set against the vibrant backdrop of colonial India, Murder in Old Bombay, brings this tumultuous historical age to life.

13. Little Threats by Emily Schultz

Little Threats by Emily SchultzIn the summer of 1993, twin sisters Kennedy and Carter Wynn are embracing the grunge era and testing every limit in their privileged Richmond suburb. But Kennedy’s teenage rebellion goes too far when, after a night of partying in the woods, her best friend, Haley, is murdered, and suspicion quickly falls upon Kennedy.

She can’t remember anything about the night in question, and this, along with the damning testimony from a college boy who both Kennedy and Haley loved, is enough to force Kennedy to enter a guilty plea.
In 2008, Kennedy is released into a world that has moved on without her. Carter has grown distant as she questions Kennedy’s innocence, and begins a relationship with someone who could drive the sisters apart forever.
The twins’ father, Gerry, is eager to protect the family’s secrets and fragile bonds. But Kennedy’s return brings the tragedy back to the surface, along with a whole new wave of media. When a crime show host comes to town asking questions, believing the murder wasn’t as simple as it seemed, murky memories of Haley’s death come to light.
As new suspects emerge and the suburban woods finally give up their secrets, two families may be destroyed again.

14. Nucleation by Kimberly Ungay

Nucleation by Kimberly UngerHelen Vectorvich just botched first contact. And she did it in both virtual reality and outer space. Only the most elite Far Reaches deep-space pilots get to run waldos: robots controlled from thousands of light years away via neural integration and quantum entanglement. Helen and her navigator were heading the construction of a wormhole gate that would connect Earth to the stars . . . until a routine system check turned deadly.

As nasty rumors swarm around her, and overeager junior pilots jockey to take her place, Helen makes a startling discovery: microscopic alien life is devouring their corporate equipment. Is the Scale just mindless, extra-terrestrial bacteria? Or is it working–and killing–with a purpose?

While Helen struggles to get back into the pilot’s chair, and to communicate with the Scale, someone–or something–is trying to sabotage the Far Reaches project once and for all. They’ll have to get through Helen first.

15. Rent A Boyfriend by Gloria Chao

Rent A Boyfriend by Gloria ChaoChloe Wang is nervous to introduce her parents to her boyfriend, because the truth is, she hasn’t met him yet either. 

She hired him from Rent for Your ‘Rents, a company specializing in providing fake boyfriends trained to impress even the most traditional Asian parents.

Drew Chan’s passion is art, but after his parents cut him off for dropping out of college to pursue his dreams, he became a Rent for Your ‘Rents employee to keep a roof over his head. 

Luckily, learning protocols like “Type C parents prefer quiet, kind, zero-PDA gestures” comes naturally to him.

When Chloe rents Drew, the mission is simple: convince her parents fake Drew is worthy of their approval so they’ll stop pressuring her to accept a proposal from Hongbo, the wealthiest (and slimiest) young bachelor in their tight-knit Asian American community.

But when Chloe starts to fall for the real Drew–who, unlike his fake persona, is definitely not ‘rent-worthy–her carefully curated life begins to unravel. 

Can she figure out what she wants before she loses everything?

16. Divided Fire by Jennifer San Filippo

Divided Fire by Jennifer San FilippoMiren has never allowed jealousy of her sister’s magic keep her from taking care of Kesia, and Kesia has always depended on her big sister.

When Kesia is kidnapped, Miren will do anything to get her back–even team up with her sister’s aristocratic and seemingly ineffectual boyfriend.

Neither sister had ever left their small fishing village before, and now they are plunged into the wider world, minor players in a war between nations.

Each sister faces external and internal perils, and each finds surprising allies and unexpected strengths.

How will the two find each other again?

And what will become of them if they don’t succeed?

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11 Gift Ideas for Book Lovers Aside from Books

11 Gift Ideas for Book Lovers Aside from Books

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No idea what to gift your book lover friend aside from books?

Then you’ve come to the right place.

Whether it be a birthday present to your best friend, a Christmas gift to your sister, or a Valentine’s gift to your girlfriend, you can never go wrong with the following bookish items.

1. Book-shaped Lamp

This book-shaped foldable mini LED lamp produces a warm light perfect for relaxing evenings.

It has a usage time of up to 5 hours and charging time of 2 hours.

Any book lover would love to receive this lamp as a gift.

2. Cushion Cover with Book Pocket

This unique combination of cushion cover and book pocket will surely put smiles on any bibliophile reading past the bedtime.

It not only protects your book, but also protects your cushion. Double protection!

3. Book-shaped MacBook Case

Made of PU Leather and comes with a zipper, this stylish MacBook case is sure to be on top of any book lover’s wishlist.

You won’t go wrong gifting this book-shaped MacBook case to your favorite bookworm.

4. Bookish Pillowcase

These bookish pillowcases for book lovers are perfect for reading marathons and can also be used as an item to add in your bookstagram photos to look lovely and put-together.

They’re also perfect for gifts to fellow book lovers as a birthday gift, Christmas gift, Valentine’s day gift, anniversary present, and other special occasions. 

5. Books and Fashion Box

Why not get both book and clothes?

This books and Fashion box includes a book and 2 or 3 pieces of clothing items. Jackets, boots, denim, T-shirt, blouse, or accessories depending on the season.

6. Mini Bookstore DIY Set

This mini bookstore DIY set is made of wood and paper. It includes LED lights for the lamps that come with it as well.

This mini bookstore DIY set is my best choice as a gift to any book lover.

7. Feather Bookmark Set

You can never go wrong with a bookmark. Every reader needs one.

This feather bookmark set contains 30 pieces so it’ll be a very long time before you run out of bookmarks.

8. Enchanted Reader Eyeshadow Palette

If the bibliophile you’re gifting loves makeup, then this Enchanted Reader eyeshadow palette will surely bring a smile from ear to ear.

This eyeshadow palette is a series of 4 colors, pink, orange, blue, and green with matte and shimmer.

9. Harry Potter: The Illustrated Collection Boxed Set

Gorgeously illustrated in full color, the first three books in Rowling’s beloved Harry Potter series — “Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone, Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, and Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban” — are collected in this set. 

Fans of Harry Potter will jump with joy to receive this Harry Potter: The Illustrated Collection Boxed Set as a gift.

10. Cute Cat Mug

A bookworm loves to have a hot drink while reading. Be it coffee or tea or cocoa, this cute cat mug will come in handy.

This ceramic mug comes with a lid to protect your drink. It is available in purple, blue, pink, and yellow.

11. Vintage Stamp Set

Personalize your things with this rubber stamp set.

Made of wood and rubber, this Vintage Number and Alphabet Wooden Rubber Stamp Set comes with a wooden box.

I hope you were able to find the perfect gift. If still in doubt, you can always choose a book to give.

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October Book Wrap Up 

What’s up readers? We’re already past half of November and I think it’s a bit late to post a wrap up of books I’ve read last month but anyway, here are the books I’ve read last October with my thoughts and reviews about it. 😊📚❤

1. Find Your Awesome by Judy Clement

In a perfect world, maybe you wouldn’t need a 30-day challenge to find and fall in love with your most playful, imaginative, and colorful self, but we don’t live in a perfect world. We live in a fast-paced, high-octane society where feeling lost in the jostling crowd is the norm and finding our own significance is oftentimes the biggest challenge of all.

-My review here.

2. Breaking Up Is Hard to Do But You Could Have Done Better by Hilary Fitzgerald Campbell

Anonymous break up stories from men and women, old and young, serious and silly and the cartoons that inspired them. Author and artist Hilary Campbell turns the painful into the hilarious, validating emotions from forgotten middle school tragedies to relationships that ended only hours ago.

-My book review here.

3. Sea Trials by Wendy Hindman

In 1973, the Wilcox family sets off to sail around the world aboard the 40-foot sailboat, Vela. Thirteen months later, they are shipwrecked on a coral reef, with surf tearing a huge hole in the side of their boat. After years invested in saving money, preparing the boat, and learning to navigate by the stars, parents Chuck and Dawn refuse to give up. Fourteen-year-old Garth is determined to continue, while eleven-year-old Linda never wanted to go in the first place. Can they overcome the emotional, physical and financial challenges to transform from castaways into circumnavigators?

-Very inspirational. A must read to those who love travelling. While reading, it made me feel like I was voyaging together with them. It’s a true story and I’m very awed by how a family of four has managed to successfully sail around the world despite the countless trials they faced while at sea. Their resilience and perseverance has been tested again and again in this unforgettable journey of the Wilcoxes.

4. Why LA Pourquoi Paris? by Diane Ratican


Why LA, Pourquoi Paris? represents a visionary approach to a comparative study of two major, contemporary metropolises. As a long-time resident of both cities and a successful entrepreneur, author Diane Ratican curates visual pairings of Los Angeles and Paris with a newfound appreciation for their similarities, differences, and eccentricities.

-My book review here.

5. Mini Shopaholic by Sophie Kinsella

With people having to “cut back,” Becky decides to throw a surprise party for Luke to cheer everyone up. But when costs start to spiral out of control, she must decide whether to accept help from an unexpected source–and therefore run the risk of hurting the person she loves.

Sophie Kinsella is my favorite chick lit author and as always, she never disappoints me with every shopaholic series book I pick up. Becky Brandon neé Bloomwood is a likeable character because in spite of debilitating circumstance after another, she always has a solution to everything despite how crazy and unique her ideas are. Becky’s no ordinary character and that’s what I like about her. I love love love Luke Brandon’s charcter as well. I mean, who can not be attracted to him?  And Minnie! OMG! She’s kind of spoiled but very adorable. Oh God, I can’t imagine how Minnie will turn out as a teenager but I’m sure Becky will figure out how to raise Minnie to be a proper lady. Haha All in all, a very hilarious and sassy read! 😄

6. That Place of Knowledge by Philip Alan Shalka

It all begins when Sabre is assigned to an autistic, non-verbal, boy who seems to have an adventurous streak. One sunny summer afternoon, the usual swim in the pool leads to an under water trap door opening a passage to a secret city. There, time seems to have stood still since Ancient Greece. Sabre is right at his side as Philip encounters the philosopher Aristotle. Their conversations centre on a shared desire to seek knowledge, learning and happiness. Philip’s questions incite deep revelations, not only about himself but also about life in general. He gains insight and knowledge from Aristotle and it is clear that the philosopher also quite enjoys the company of his new friends.

-So many lessons within a short book. Wonderfully and skillfully written. Short and precise with his storytelling, author, Philip Alan Shalka takes you to that place called knowledge where he gets you thinking and the mysteries of life.

7. The Time And The Place by Donna K. Drago

During her inaugural trip to France in 2012, the American author experiences her first case of “love at first sight,” but it’s not a man that turns her head–it’s a country. She falls in love with the villages, the décor, food, wine and the lifestyle. Once back at home she becomes obsessed with the idea of owning her own place in France and begins her own vigilant search for a dream cottage. She allows herself to be drawn in and charmed by the clock tower’s wonky and sporadic clanging. Pour a glass of rose’ and sip along as she signs the contract and spends five whirlwind days making the house her own. Then relish the moments when she finally sits down and blissfully savors the first glass of wine on her new French balcony.

-Most of the time, I read fiction to get out of everyday stress by escaping from reality for a while but reading non-fiction every once in a while is something I try to do. When I finished reading Beginning French, I was scrolling through Amazon and “The Time and The Place by Donna K. Drago” popped up as one of the recommended books. Realizing that it is another book about France, specifically buying a house in France, it got my attention (I don’t plan buying a house there but it’s fun to know about how people buy houses in another country – all the preparations and whatnot). It was a very short but insightful read and I had fun reading along how the author shopped and

Have you read any of these books? What are your thoughts on these books? Let me know in the comment section below. 👇😊

More Book Wrap Ups:

September Book Wrap Up

August Book Wrap Up

July Monthly Book Wrap Up 

2017 Half Year Book Wrap Up

Weekly Wrap Up for the 2nd Week of June 2017

Weekly Wrap Up: First Week of June 2017 

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Book Haul 4

What’s up readers? It’s the 18th day of Blogtober! If you don’t know what Blogtober is, it is a series I am conducting that starts from the first of October wherein I post on my blog everyday until Halloween. 🎃📖📚😁🍁🍃🍂 (This was supposed to be posted yesterday.)

Today I’m going to do another book haul in video form. I hope you enjoy it! 😄❤

Books Mentioned:

1. All-American Girl by Meg Cabot

2. Life of Pi by Yann Martel

3. Eat, Pray, Love by Elizabeth Gilbert

4. Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children by Ransom Riggs

5. Le Mont Saint-Michel

6. Collins French Dictionary Plus Grammar

7. ナルニア国 ライオンと魔女 (The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the With and the Wardrobe)

8. 漢字をおぼえる辞書 (Dictionary for Learning Kanji)
If you want to purchase any of the books mentioned, here are the links: 

1. All-American Girl by Meg Cabot

2. Life of Pi by Yann Martel

3. Eat, Pray, Love by Elizabeth Gilbert

4. Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children by Ransom Riggs

5. Le Mont Saint-Michel

6. Collins French Dictionary Plus Grammar

7. ナルニア国 ライオンと魔女 (The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the With and the Wardrobe)

8. 漢字をおぼえる辞書 (Dictionary for Learning Kanji)

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Don’t Miss A Day of Blogtober!

Blogtober Day 1: October Book Releases 

Blogtober Day 2: Ask Me Anything

Blogtober Day 3: Q and A with Flexi Reads

Blogtober Day 4: Book Haul 3

Blogtober Day 5: September 2017 Book Wrap Up

Blogtober Day 6: Books to Read This Fall 2017

Blogtober Day 7: The Billion Dollar Spy by David Hoffman Book Review

Blogtober Day 8: Relatable to Book Lovers

Blogtober Day 9: Tea Haul

Blogtober Day 10: Favorite Lines from The Billion Dollar Spy

Blogtober Day 11: Stationery Haul 2

Blogtober Day 12: Fall Decorations for Book Lovers

Blogtober Day 13: Favorite Lines From The Five People You Meet in Heaven by Mitch Albom

Blogtober Day 14: Why L. A. Pourquoi Paris? Book Review

Blogtober Day 15: Blogtober Update and Announcement

Blogtober Day 16: Google Translates Harry Potter Titles 

Blogtober Day 17: Books to Read When Going Through A Heartbreak 

More Hauls:

Stationery Haul 

Tea Haul

Book Haul

Book Haul 2 

Book Haul 3


Thank you for reading and cheers to more books!
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Fall Decorations for Book Lovers

What’s up readers? It’s the 12 th day of Blogtober! If you don’t know what Blogtober is, it is a series I am conducting that starts from the first of October where in I post on my blog eveyday until Halloween.


Today, I’m going to share to you some fall decorations for book lovers. Dress your home for autumn and transform your room or entire house into fall reading mode! 😄📚🍂📖🍁🍃❤

Fall Banner Made From Book Pages

A very easy and simple deco by Dream Design DIY. You can read the instructions here.

Book Page Pumpkins

What is autumn without pumpkins? Book pumpkins are perfect for book lovers. It’s easy to make and very cute! 🎃❤  Here’s a tutorial by Creations by Kara.

Book Page Wreath

Here’s a tutorial on how to make a book page wreath by Kristen from Celebrate Everyday with Me. You can hang it on your door or anywhere you like.

Book Page Garland

Nesting Place made Book Page Garlands for her sister’s party. It looks so cool! You can check out how she made it here.
That’s it for today, see you tomorrow in another Blogtober post! 😄
Don’t Miss a Day of Blogtober! 😊

Blogtober Day 1: October Book Releases

Blogtober Day 2: Ask Me Anything
Blogtober Day 3: Q and A with Flexi Reads
Blogtober Day 4: Book Haul 3
Blogtober Day 5: September 2017 Book Wrap Up
Blogtober Day 6: Books to Read This Fall 2017
Blogtober Day 7: The Billion Dollar Spy by David Hoffman Book Review
Blogtober Day 8: Relatable to Book Lovers 
Blogtober Day 9: Tea Haul
Blogtober Day 10: Favorite Lines from The Billion Dollar Spy 
Blogtober Day 11: Stationery Haul 2

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