Month: June 2015

Posted June 28, 2015 / 0 Comments

My Month in Movies: June Edition

My Month in Movies: June Edition

This month it’s for the animations! I’m so in love with a good animated movie that can move me even more than A Walk to Remember. Home I didn’t know I’d love this movie so much, but I did! ‘Oh’ was so cute and the whole aliens invade the earth thing was hilarious. These animated […]

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Posted June 26, 2015 / 2 Comments

Review: Another Day, by David Levithan

Review: Another Day, by David Levithan

It was funny, reading this book. Because, while Every Day was eye-opening and something I learned from, this book, since it’s told from Rhiannon’s POV, told me the same story, but in a way I could relate to it better. Because, you see I’m Rhiannon. And with this, I mean, I’m the girl who, like Rhiannon, […]

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Posted June 24, 2015 / 1 Comment

Review: Frigid and Scorched, by J. Lynn

Review: Frigid and Scorched, by J. Lynn

Oh, how I missed J.L’s writing since I finished Opposition :3 The swooning, the action, the suspense. Everthing good books are made of. But, I have to say, Frigid really disappointed me. Don’t get me wrong, there was plenty of swooning, and action and suspense weren’t necessary since they don’t fit the story, but after […]

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Posted June 22, 2015 / 6 Comments

Starting a Bookish Revolution: HELP

Starting a Bookish Revolution: HELP

After having mentioned several times here and there that my country isn’t the most literary one, it must be no surprise to you that I’m extremely so not okay with that. And while in another post, I make reference to authors not coming to Ecuador, I have to admit that why would they? Of course […]

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Posted June 20, 2015 / 0 Comments

Review: The Fill-In Boyfriend, by Kasie West

Review: The Fill-In Boyfriend, by Kasie West

:3 I know. I seem to be in a light, fluffy reading kick. But that’s alright, I’m loving these books. My favorite thing about contemporary romances is how relatable they are. In the Fill-In Boyfriend I appreciated how insecure Gia was portrayed, not really crazily and unhealthily so, but enough to allow me to identify with […]

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Posted June 17, 2015 / 0 Comments

Review: The Queen of Bright and Shiny Things, by Ann Aguirre

Review: The Queen of Bright and Shiny Things, by Ann Aguirre

I loved Sage’s positivity and outlook on life. She has healthy beliefs and even though her past is scary and scarring as hell, I think it’s amazing how she can find it in her to cheer up people who need it every day. So we start off wonderfully, because the Post-It Princess is an intriguing […]

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