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Best Reading Snacks

Reading snacks for all the moods. This is a short and sweet 😉 post. Sweets Cookies Sour candy Gummies Chocolate Pop-tarts Cereal Mochi Salty Crackers Chips Popcorn Cold cuts Pretzels Healthy Carrots Celery Granola Apples Bananas Berries Grapes Drinks Coffee Smoothies Tea Hot chocolate Milkshake Good old water All this snacks are one handed, spoon... Continue Reading →

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Little Monsters by Kara Thomas: Book Talk

Little Monsters By Kara Thomas “Hope is the most dangerous thing you can give someone.” Rate: A Loved this book. Kara Thomas knows how to write a mystery/thriller, I’m definitely reading more from her (drop suggestions down below). This was so instense! Last few chapters had me on the edge of my sit going what,... Continue Reading →

Heroes of Olympus Dream Cast

I know, I know, I know, Percy Jackson and the Lighting Thief was not a good movie. However, I still think we deserve some kind of movie/tv representation. I made my dream cast list and I share it with a warning. I did not pick the person who looked the most like the character or... Continue Reading →

What to gift your favorite bookworm?

Valentine's Day is coming (or a birthday is just around the corner) and you don't know what to give you favorite bookworm. This gifts work for any special occasion that may be close. P.S. Don’t forget if this aren't acquirable, we never get upset with a Barnes & Noble gift card. A book…no duhh Try... Continue Reading →

Reading Hacks to Read More

First month of 2020 is done. Welcome February, and good luck to Kansas in the Super Bowl (I don't even watch sports). Now as you can see, time goes by fast, sometimes we can't read all the books we want. I’ve listed down below some options to make reading faster and easier so you can... Continue Reading →

Isla and the Happily Ever After Book Talk

Isla and the Happily Ever After By Stephanie Perkins “A blank canvas...has unlimited possibilities.” Rate:A- Last but not least I’ve reached Isla and the Happily Ever After, the last of the trilogy. Out of the 3 leading ladies Isla is my least favorite, sorry. However, the boys are pretty tied. Isla drove me insane a... Continue Reading →

Lola and The Boy Next Door

Lola and the Boy Next Door By Stephanie Perkins “I know you aren't perfect. But it's a person's imperfections that make them perfect for someone else.”  Rate:A I really really really liked this one. I think lola and the Boy Next Door is my favorite from the Anna and the French Kiss trilogy. It had... Continue Reading →

Anna and The French Kiss Book Talk

Anna and the French Kiss By Stephanie Perkins “The more you know who you are, and what you want, the less you let things upset you.”  Rate:A- Reading slumps suck. But I think I’m out of it because I’ve read like 3 books and I can’t stop (so a lot more reviews coming!) Now, to... Continue Reading →

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