Month: March 2015

Posted March 31, 2015 / 6 Comments

Top Ten Tuesday (8): Books I’ve Recently Added to TBR Shelf

Top Ten Tuesday (8): Books I’ve Recently Added to TBR Shelf

  Hosted by The Broke and the Bookish  For this week’s Top Ten Tuesday, the prompt is: Ten Books You Recently Added To Your To-Be-Read List So, let’s see: 1. Never Never, by Colleen Hoover 2. The Body Electric, by Beth Revis 3. Snow Like Ashes, by Sara Raasch 4. The Orphan Queen, by Jodi Meadows […]

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Posted March 28, 2015 / 0 Comments

My Month in Movies: March Edition

My Month in Movies: March Edition

A new round of movies! 1. Cinderella I’d been watching a lot of advertisement for this movie, and the actors, and producers kept going on and on about how they wanted to capture the original magic from the animated classic, and I would be like,   But, it turns out, I quite enjoyed this adaptation. […]

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Posted March 25, 2015 / 0 Comments

Ecuador At a Glance: Trip to Salinas

Ecuador At a Glance: Trip to Salinas

Trip to Salinas It’s been almost a year since I last went to the beach, but my mom, ever so awesome, suggested we go for a one-day trip, and I took some pics of the beach for your visual enjoyement. :3 Salinas is a beach located in the Santa Elena province; very, very west in […]

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Posted March 19, 2015 / 2 Comments

Review: Froi of the Exiles, by Melina Marchetta

Review: Froi of the Exiles, by Melina Marchetta

      What you need in order to survive Froi of the Exiles: Be sure to pack a strong willforce, for it will be shattered. Like glass. Endless patience. You’ll need it in case someone dares interrupt your reading sessions. Refrain from using tape to shut them up. Paper Bags. Lots of them. You’ll be […]

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Posted March 16, 2015 / 0 Comments

The Phoenix Has Arisen

The Phoenix Has Arisen So, a while ago I wrote about my decision about writing a novel that would take place before the events that happen in the series I’m currently working on. I put that on pause to continue writing Ignite, the first book in this series. But now, I’m taking this one month of […]

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Posted March 15, 2015 / 1 Comment

Review: Sea of Stars, by Amy Bartol

Review: Sea of Stars, by Amy Bartol

 I was very happy that there were very few mentions of Kricket’s luck in the physical department. I liked how the story mostly focused on her trying to cope with Kyon’s madness. And just for the record. THAT DUDE IS SO CRAZY. But that’s part of why this story holds so much appeal to me. […]

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