Top Ten Tuesday

Top 10 Tuesday

Top Ten Tuesday is a bookish meme/feature created by The Broke and the Bookish but is now hosted by The Artsy Reader

Happy Top Ten Tuesday bookworms, I hope it’s been terrific so far!

This week’s theme is Books to Read By the Pool/At the Beach. Now bookworms, I love reading, every book blogger does, but I cannot read by a pool/beach. It’s not like I’m afraid of getting the book wet or anything like that, it’s that if I’m near water then I’m swimming in it! I just love swimming too much! The idea of sitting on a deck/beach reading when I’m so close to the water is just mind boggling to me, but you do you!

So I’ve tried to choose some water-themed books that you might want to read by some water and I might want to read because it makes me want to swim! Continue reading

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Review: Exit, Pursued By a Bear by E.K. Johnston

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Publication: March 15th 2016
Publisher: Dutton Books
Pages:  248 pages
Source: Indigo
Genre: Fiction, YA, Contemporary, Realistic Fiction, Canadian Fiction
My Rating: ⛤⛤⛤⛤⛤

“You can’t fix something that doesn’t know it’s broken,” (Johnston 81).

TW: Rape/Date Rape.

This book is heartbreaking, but it’s also hopeful. Johnston packs a lot into a tiny book, her specialty, creating a story full of trauma and love and connection that is necessary on everyone’s bookshelves. Continue reading

Top Ten Tuesday

Top 10 Tuesday

Hello bookworms! It’s Top Ten Tuesday and that’s always an exciting thing in the book blogging world!

This week’s theme is “Characters I Liked That Were In Non-Favourite/Disliked Books.” I only managed to think of six since I can be pretty harsh with the books I dislike. If I dislike the book I usually dislike the characters to, it’s an all or nothing scenario. However, I did think of six characters I liked from books I wasn’t crazy about. I’m curious to see your comments on what books I disliked! Continue reading

Web Series Wednesday

Hey Posies! Sorry for the bareness of this blog for the past week (and forgetting to post last week’s episode!). I made a portfolio for myself for jobs and such, so that took a bit of organizing.

In this week’s episode, Detective Rosie’s on the case to find out who knows about Ricky and Juliet.

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