Popular Books as Seasonal Drinks

Autumn, Winter, the Holiday Season…you know what that means? A row of seasonal drinks to delight our taste buds. Well, mine at least. I live for the seasonal drinks and that typical Starbucks rotation., and I’ve always wanted to try different seasonal cocktails. Which is why I thought it would be fun to compare popular…… Continue reading Popular Books as Seasonal Drinks

Bookish Playlist: Pride and Prejudice

While it’s far from my favorite and I don’t particularly like it, I can’t ignore this classic and how much everyone but me seems to love it. As such, it’s fair I make a playlist for this Austen work. Dog Days Are Over by Florence & The MachineWildest Dreams by Taylor SwiftYoung and Beautiful by…… Continue reading Bookish Playlist: Pride and Prejudice

The Cake-Flavored Book Tag

Who doesn’t love cake? I like cake. Well, certain types at least. And mostly for the icing. But still, I have a huge sweet tooth, so I couldn’t resist trying out this book tag I found Chocolate Cake: A Dark Book That You Loved The Cursebreakers trilogy by Brigid Kemmerer, starting with A Curse So…… Continue reading The Cake-Flavored Book Tag

Disney Sidekick Book Tag

A new day, a new tag. I love books and I love Disney, so this seemed like the perfect tag to do. This tag was created by Mandy @Book Princess Reviews. Mushu from Mulan/ Olaf and Sven from Frozen: The Comic Relief -Name Your Favorite Hilarious Character or Your Favorite Comedy/Funny Book I read so…… Continue reading Disney Sidekick Book Tag

Book Lists: Mythology Retellings

Retellings are my favorite subgenre, and it seems that lately, mythology has been a really popular topic for books. So without further ado… Oreo by Fran Ross Genre: Humor Average Goodreads Rating: 3.65 This satire explores the relationships between African-Americans and Jews. Oreo is growing up in Philly, half-Jewish, half-Black, with her grandparents. When she…… Continue reading Book Lists: Mythology Retellings

‘I Should Have Read That’ Book Tag

I found this delightful tag on booksnest.co.uk. A book that a certain friend is always telling you to read  I’m always getting recommendations and my TBR stretches for miles. Lately, my friend has been reading all the Colleen Hoover books so I feel like I may have to read her. A book that’s been on…… Continue reading ‘I Should Have Read That’ Book Tag

Book Lists: Conspiracy Theories

There are so many odd conspiracy theories in our world: The Royal Family are lizards. The moon landing was faked. Avril Lavigne is dead. The Illuminati controls us all. We’re in a simulation. Regardless on whether or not you believe this, even if they are a bit outlandish to me, I think we can all…… Continue reading Book Lists: Conspiracy Theories

Book Lists: Deadly Deals

A great book trope is when the protagonist has to bargain with someone (or something) more sinister. Maybe it’s a literal deal with the devil, playing the fiddle for their soul. Maybe it’s with a witch who wants their firstborn. But there are times when the main character is so desperate, they’ll strike a deadly…… Continue reading Book Lists: Deadly Deals

Book Review: On the Road by Jack Kerouac (Penguin Books)

I used to romanticize beatnik culture. I thought it was all like Shaggy in Scooby-Doo or like people in thick framed glasses drinking bitter coffee and reading poetry slams. I wanted to be a beatnik, or at least a hipster. Then, I read this book: On the Road by Jack Kerouac, published through Penguin Books.…… Continue reading Book Review: On the Road by Jack Kerouac (Penguin Books)

Book Lists: Genetic Engineering

Any sci-fi lovers out there? Today being able to alter genes and DNA is a real practice, albeit with limits and rules. But who doesn’t love a book who goes too far? Here is a list of some books that have an element of DNA modification. Next by Michael Crichton Genre: Science Fiction/Techno-Thriller Average Goodreads…… Continue reading Book Lists: Genetic Engineering