Blog Awards: Versatile Blogger!


I was nominated on 07/02/2015 by Alicia over at A Kernel of Nonsense (one of my favourite book blogging friends on here, go snoop at her blog guys!)

Ironically, with this award, I feel like I’m really letting the side down lately. I’m so busy, I just need you guys to bear with me a little bit this month. I’m finishing up at my retail job this week (le woe, all cinema workers are dreading 50 shades of rubbish release!), and I’ve been in almost every day for 3 weeks so I’ve not had much me time/reading time. Plus the fact that the next two weeks involve me moving cities/homes for the first time ever, and then switching jobs…yeah, it’s a tad stressful. I’m keeping this blog running on memes but hopefully my reviews will be back on track sooner rather than later- until then, patience please!

Anyway, here is the meme:


1. Thank the person who nominated you.

2. Share seven facts about yourself.

3. Nominate 15 other bloggers for the award.

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Meme time: The TBR tag!

I was tagged by Rachel over at Confessions of a book geek to do the “TBR tag” and since I’ve found it hard to read/review as much with life going into high gear this year, I figured this is a good way to fill some space! 😀 It should be amusing to say the least.

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Top Ten Tuesday 32:- Spooky Reads!


Time for the weekly meme hosted by Broke and the Bookish once again, this week, in the spirit of the season, we have been asked to list our top ten Halloween-esque recommendations!

Mine are all books I have read and recommend, and I split them into three categories: Horror, Paranormal and Suspense. I don’t read much “horror” so I was pretty limited from what I have read, but I think it is a decent list 🙂

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Top Ten Tuesday: 26- Underrated Authors in Fairytale Re-tellings


Hosted by The Broke and the Bookish as ususal~

Since it has been a few weeks since my last “Friday’s Fairytales” (stay turned- it is back this week!!), I decided to dedicate this post to my top ten favourite fairytale re-tellings. Most of these authors seem to stick within this genre, as well so it isn’t entirely out there from this weeks topic of “most underrated authors”, so- without furtherdelay!

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