This month, I read John Green’s new novel, and oh my god I loved it so much. If you’ve read my review about it, you know just how much I’m in love with this book.
Fact: My book is filled with post-its because all the lines in this novel are just too perfect.
So I figured it was worth doing a post of my top 10 favorite quotes in this beautiful novel. Here they are:
Continue reading “Top 10 Turtles All the Way Down Quotes”
Author: John Green
Genre: Young Adult, Fiction
Publisher: Dutton Books for Young Readers
Continue reading “Book Discussion – Turtles All the Way Down”
If you want to join, the rules are simple: I announce the book we’ll be reading on the 1st day of each month and we discuss it in a new post that I’ll publish on the 20th. (If you want to make a review of the book on your blog feel free to link it in the comments on the 20th so we can all share and talk books and love life and be awesome.) (For more info, click here.)
Now comes the time to announce the book of November! Continue reading “Book Club – November”
Last week, I had the chance to attend the 2017 IFOA in Toronto, because–big news–I won a prize in a writing contest! Continue reading “International Festival of Authors 2017”
It’s October, so it’s only natural that this month my Top 10 is about Monsters and Creepy Creatures in Fiction. These are my favourite, even though some haunted my dreams and gave me the creeps, I can appreaciate their awesomness.
Continue reading “Top 10 – Monsters”
Hello, everyone! I felt like creating a book tag, so here it is.
1. Make a post of your own in which you name a book that you would want to read for each of the holidays below. (Feel free to change the holidays if you celebrate different ones!)
2. Tag at least 5 bloggers to do it at their turn.
3. Link back to audreywritesabroad so she can see your post!
4. Have fun!
Continue reading “Holidays Book Tag”
Author: Sarah J. Maas
Genre: Young Adult, Fantasy
Continue reading “Book Discussion – A Court of Thorns and Roses”
I’ve been nominated by the lovely Jasmine. (Check out her awesome blog, right now, right here.) It took me a while to find the time to do it, but here it finally is! Continue reading ““Keep it Fresh” Award”
I’ll be sharing a Top 10 on the 10th day of each month, featuring a different book theme every time, and I invite you to share your thoughts or top 10 in the comments below, or in a new post of your own! (Make sure to let me know so I can see your answers.)
This month’s theme is Villains, in all kinds of fiction. Here we go! Continue reading “Top 10 Villains in Fiction”
Author: Kenneth Oppel
Genre: Young Adult
Publisher: Harper Collins
I give this book 5 stars out of 5, without hesitation. Continue reading “Book Discussion – Half Brother”
First of all, I’m sorry.
I was not doing very well in March so I just stopped blogging for a while and I skipped a monthly Book Discussion. To be honest, I didn’t think anyone would notice, but I got a few messages from you guys asking me about it, and it totally made my week. Thank you.
Really. Continue reading “Book Club – May”
I’m really excited to start this new series of posts! I’ll be sharing a Top 10 on the 10th day of each month, featuring a different book theme every time, and I invite you to share your thoughts or top 10 in the comments below, or in a new post of your own! (Make sure to let me know so I can see your answers.)
This month’s theme is First Lines, more specifically in YA books. Here we go! Continue reading “Top 10 First Lines – YA Novels”
2016 did not go as well as I’d hoped. Most of the TBR on my list remain unread, and I only read about 40 books in total. Overall, it was a good year anyway, because I read some REALLY great books, which you can have a peek at over here.
But 2016 is behind. Let’s focus on the year ahead! I have three goals for 2017. Continue reading “2017 Reading Challenge”
2016 flew by, and I unfortunately didn’t read as many books as I had hoped. On the bright side, I did read a LOT of great books, and let me tell you sitting down to pick only ten of them was no piece of cake.
Some of them I read during my online Book Club, some are sequels to series I started in 2015 (or 2016). Anyway, here they are:
Continue reading “My Top 10 Books of 2016”
Hello fellow readers!
So…… I’m afraid my reading slump is swallowing me whole. I keep starting books that I don’t finish and I HATE MYSELF for it but my mind is everywhere lately with a couple of writing projects I’m really excited about and I felt like sharing this.
That being said.
I did finish the book of the month (of course I did, what did you think? That I was a coward? NO! I read it in like two days) and I’m really excited to talk about it with you! So let’s start this!
Continue reading “Book Discussion: Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda”
Top 5 Wednesday is created by Gingerreadslainey. Each week there is a new bookish topic, where everyone can join and create their top 5 list. More info on the Top 5 Wednesday goodreads group.
This week’s topic:
BOOKS YOU WANT TO READ BEFORE THE END OF THE YEAR
Continue reading “Top 5 Wednesday: Books You Want to Read Before the End of the Year”
That is so nice! I want to thank Lara so much for the nomination! Everybody go check out her awesome blog, The Blackberry Season, about lifestyle and travelling; it is so well written and her talent for photography will make you jealous (in a good way, really).
If the bloggers I nominate choose to accept, go through the official rules and find out more about the award.
Continue reading “The Liebster Award”
Half of the year has gone by already–how did that happen, seriously? Six months ago, I challenged myself to read a list of books in my bookshelf that I’ve always intended to read but never do because I buy new ones I’m too excited about. (Sounds familiar?)
Continue reading “Update – 2016 Reading Challenge”
It took a while for summer to finally settle here in Quebec, but now that it’s officially here–or at least let’s hope so–I can finally make a list of my To Be Read books for the summer! Some of those titles are also on my 2016 Reading Challenge, (it’s not going so well; I need focus) some are brand new books I can’t wait to begin, and some are just perfect for the summer season. Anyhow, here is the list:
Continue reading “My Summer TBR”
1. Read audiobooks.
2. Take the bus or walk.
Not only you’ll be Earth-friendly, but you’ll be able to use that time to read. (Yes, I read as I walk, it’s a thing. Maybe not on busy streets, but it’s a thing.)
3. Alternate the lenghts of the books.
Continue reading “18 Tips to Read More”
Not that I’m not a keen reader (I usually read over 60 books per year, which I like to consider an awesome amount, even though I have friends exceeding 100) but there are books on my shelves that I never read, and that I keep postponing because I bought new ones I’m way too excited about. You know the drill. Continue reading “2016 Reading Challenge”