Year: 2018

Travel
Travel Tips

Work while you travel: How to pay your bills and travel the world.

It is not a secret that I like to travel. In fact, I plan my next vacation while I’m on vacation, and often times I try to travel internationally at least once or twice a year. I am not rich, and I don’t have unlimited resources. But, there are a few things I do to […]

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Book Reviews

Book Review: The Convents Secret by CJ Archer

Dear Bookworms, Back with book 5 in the Glass and Steele series and ya’ll, I could serious read these characters and this world for the rest of my life and not be bored. The Convent’s Secret (Glass and Steele Book 5) By C.J. Archer India and Matt are running out of time. They have to […]

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Book Review: The Death of Mrs. Westaway by Ruth Ware

Dear Bookworms, The Death of Mrs. Westaway By Ruth Ware Y’all this book rocked my world. We all know I am a huge fan of a thriller, and Ruth Ware has climbed my list of must read thriller authors. Her stories are always insanely addicting and full of surprises and The Death of Mrs. Westaway […]

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Book Review: The Magicians Diary by CJ Archer

Dear Bookworms, Continuing on with the Glass and Steele Saga with book 4 and I’m just over here like: via GIPHY This series has proved to be utterly addicting y’all. The Magician’s Diary (Glass and Steele Book 4) By C.J. Archer Book 4 picks up right where three left off. Indian and Matt have finally […]

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Book Review: Milk and Honey by Rupi Kaur

Dear Bookworms, I picked this one up on a whim (as I do with most of the really amazing books I discover) while trying to find one for my 2018 Goodreads challenge prompt of “ A book by a writer of a different ethnicity from you”. Milk and Honey By Rupi Kaur A short book […]

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Book Review: It Ends with Us by Colleen Hoover

Dear Bookworms, It Ends with Us: A Novel By Colleen Hoover All the feels this week guys, all the feels. So I blindly chose this read to fulfill my reading challenge prompt of “A Goodreads choice awards winner”. I perused Goodreads lists, as one would, and the cover caught my eye. I saw that it […]

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Book Review: The Lying Game by Ruth Ware

Dear Bookworms, Another killer read from Ruth Ware! (check out my review of her debit novel, In a Dark Dark Wood here!) When a text comes through to Isa Wilde in the middle of the night, three simple words, her entire life is turned upside-down. “ I need you” The Lying Game: A Novel By […]

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Book Review: The Apothecary’s Poison by CJ Archer

Dear Bookworms, The Apothecary’s Poison (Glass and Steele) By C.J. Archer Back this week with book 3 in the Glass & Steele Series and OH. MY. GOD. So many feels right now guys! That ending?! How can you end it on such a cliffhanger and why was I silly enough to not order the next in the […]

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Book Review: Beartown by Fredrik Backman

Dear Bookworms, I think this one may just make it onto my year end list of best books! Beartown: A Novel By Fredrik Backman In the small forest town of Beartown, hockey is king. This rural Swedish town lives and breaths the sport; adults and kids alike. With a formidable team lead by a truly […]

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Book Review: Essence of an Age by Lydia Redwine

Dear Bookworms, This weeks read was provided to me for free in exchange for an honest review. While I am not a poetry connoisseur by any means, I will say I really enjoyed this one! The essence of the book Essence of an Age is a collection of poetry relating to growing up. That conflicting […]

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