Valentine’s Recommendations

You know Valentine’s Day is coming in a month so I just thought it would be nice to give you guys a list of my favorite romance books. Go read them with your partner or if you don’t have one you can enjoy them the same anyways.

Anna and the French Kiss series by Stephanie Perkins

♥ Me Before You series by Jojo Moyes

Slammed series by Colleen Hoover

  November 9 by Colleen Hoover

The Summer series by Jenny Han

Ten Tiny Breaths by K A Tucker

Perfect Chemistry series by Simone Elkeles

Just One Day series by Gayle Forman

My Heart and Other Black Holes by Warga Jasmine

The Promise of Amazing by Robin Constantine

♥ Confess by Colleen Hoover

♥ Everything Everything by Nicola Yoon

♥ Amy and Roger’s Epic Detour by Morgan Matson

♥ How to Love by Katie Cotugno

♥ Love, Rosie by Cecelia Ahern

I hope you can find one that you like. Personally, I always put Colleen Hoover on the 1st place when I want to read some romance, that’s why I selected more than one book by her because she’s just good at it. Crazy good.

Have fun reading!

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Monthly winner.

The winner of december is….

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I just love Michael Scott with all my heart

BORN A CRIME BY TREVOR NOAH!!

I haven’t read a lot of books in december but even if I did, I don’t think I would pick a better one than Trevor’s biography.
I promise you will fall in love with it. You don’t even have to know him or be a huge fan (I know I wasn’t… I didn’t even know who he is) but that book is one of my favorite nonfiction books.

Totally recommend. To read my review, click on the title of the book.

Milk and Honey.

DISAPPOINTED!

Rating: 2/5.

I’m sorry I started this review that bad but man I felt kinda frustrated for not liking it as much as I thought I would. I mean, I’ve seen it everywhere and I love the cover and I was really excited to read it and love it and quote it everywhere, you know what I’m saying? I declared it in my heart my favorite contemporary poetry book before I opened it and man, I should’ve held my horses I guess.

That wasn’t even poetry. Those were phrases written in separate lines with no rhyme or that feeling you get when you read poetry and you know that’s a poem and you read it with a special tone (Thanks Lang Leav for showing me what contemporary poetry is). I loved 2 writings maybe? but that’s all I can say about it.

Sorry, Rupi Kaur. Maybe the next one will be for me.

 

30 Days Book Challenge: DAY 30!!!!

Ok so this is the final post and frankly, I’m gonna miss doing this. I had a lot of fun and it made me think of so many things that I could write, I consider it really helpful. I know I messed up a little in the days when I was too busy (I swear I was super busy!) and I missed writing on that day but it’s alright, I resumed it. Thank you for understanding, lol.

So here is the final challenge:

Your favorite book of all time

I don’t even know what I should pick. Of course the first thing I thought of was 1984 by George Orwell but I would like to avoid writing about the same books twice in a challenge so I think I’m gonna go with another one of my favorites, TRAINSPOTTING!!!
I’m a huge fan of Trainspotting and I could rewatch the movies constantly. The second one was the perfect addition and I was crazy obsessed with it.

The book was awesome too. It deserves all the fame and even though I only read it after I watched the first movie, I think of all of them being equally amazing.

 

30 Days Book Challenge: Day 29.

A book everyone hated but you liked

Apparently, Sad Girls by Lang Leav got a lot of hate and it kinda surprised me cause that book wasn’t bad at all. I liked it and I thought it was just something else in the young adult romance world. Not only rainbows and sunshine. I prefer her poetry, that’s true, but this book was better than I expected.

30 Days Book Challenge: Day 25

A character that you can relate to the most

This one’s pretty hard. I sometimes feel like I can relate to some characters but most of the time I don’t think about it but I remember a conversation I’ve had with one of my friends when we were in the Jenny Han fever and I think I can relate to Lara Jean. Not her story or anything like that but my friend could also relate to her too. I felt like if me and her had a baby it would be Lara Jean lol. 

Also I can’t ever forget about Min in Why We Broke Up. I could also relate to her and her feelings.

30 Days Book Challenge: Day 20.

Favorite romance book

I don’t have a single favorite romance book but I can mention a few books that own my heart: It Ends With Us, Me Before You/After You, Love and Other Foreign Words and
The Summer I Turned Pretty trilogy. Also Jodi Picoult’s The Pact. And All the Bright Places. And Everything Everything. And I’m gonna try to stop now cause I could
go on and on.

30 Days Book Challenge: Day 19

I can’t believe I only have 11 more to go.

Favorite book turned into a movie

One of my favorite books, Ready Player One, is coming out as a movie next year and i’m really excited for it. The trailer looks good, even though I don’t trust the movie trailers that much. I just hope it’s gonna be as awesome as the book.

30 Days Book Challenge: Day 18.

A book that disappointed you

With a great regret I inform you that my disappointment is caused by Rupi Kaur’s Milk and Honey. I had other expectations and I thought I would love it so much but
unfortunately I felt a little bit frustrated cause it wasn’t what I thought it would be.

November’s Winner.

It’s the 5th so I have to choose my favorite book of the previous month. I put a lot of thought into this and I think as an overview, I didn’t read many great books in november but the best one of them is The Anatomical Shape of a Heart.

I might leave a review for it at one point but I seriously needed an easy to read book. This was fun and entertaining. I love young adult books so of course I had to read it. The title of it was what caught my attention and made it a priority. I didn’t regret it. At all.