Month: May 2018

Europe
International Travel
Travel
Travel Tips

Iceland Excursions; Suggestions on what to see and do

So we have already shown you how/what to pack when traveling to Iceland and how to (somewhat) stay on budget. Now the most important part, what to see/do?! Iceland is known for it’s serene landscape and beautiful natural wonders and there is no end to the amount of amazing, once in a lifetime sights to […]

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Book Reviews

Book Review: The First Fifteen Lives of Harry August by Claire North

Dear Bookworms,  I found this read on Goodreads while perusing for a book to fulfill my reading challenge prompt of “a book involving time travel”, which seemed somewhat of stretch for this category once i finished the book but, c’est la vie! The First Fifteen Lives of Harry August By Claire North Harry August lives […]

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Europe
International Travel
Travel Tips

Ballin on a Budget; Planning your trip to Iceland

As you guys know, we recently returned from a week long jaunt in Iceland, and had the time of our lives.  We had heard that Iceland was an expensive country to visit, but were woefully under-prepared for just how expensive things could be. So we have complied a list of tips and tricks to make […]

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Book Reviews

Book Review: Mirror Sisters by VC Andrews

Dear Bookworms, I have always been a big VC Andrews fan. Known for her deliciously taboo series’, I find them the perfect “trashy” read to suck you in with their grotesque and creepy story lines. It pains me to say I just really didn’t like this one.  The Mirror Sisters: A Novel (The Mirror Sisters […]

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Book Reviews

Book Review: Geniune Fraud by E. Lockhart

Dear Bookworms, So I think I was like the only person in the world who didn’t loooooove E. Lockhart’s (pen name for American author Emily Jenkins) previous novel, We Were Liars. I wanted to, I really did, but it just wasn’t wow for me. I wanted to give her another chance (and was admittedly drawn […]

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Book Reviews

Book Review: Refugee by Alan Gratz

Dear Bookworms, This week I have another Alan Gratz novel and if I wasn’t already before, I am officially, 100%, hooked for life on anything Gratz publishes, ever.  Refugee By Alan Gratz Refugee tells the tales of three children throughout history, fleeing their dangerous and warn torn countries in the hopes of finding safety elsewhere. […]

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Book Reviews
Q&A

Interview with Author David Ahern

Special alert over in Coco’s bookish corner! This week we have an author interview! David Ahern, author of the fun (@DaveAhernWriter), witty Madam Tulip mysteries was nice enough to do a Q & A to answer all our burning questions: Madam Tulip By David Ahern Coco: Can you tell us a little bit about your […]

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Book Reviews

Book Review: Projekt 1065 by Alan Gratz

Dear Bookworms, So I have had a couple Alan Grantz books on my TBR list for what feels like aaaaaages. A friend and fellow bookworm lent me Projekt 1065 and in true Coco fashion, I finished it in a day. I am certainly a fan for life.  Projekt 1065: A Novel of World War II […]

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