“Hello Me, It’s You” edited by Hannah Todd Pages: 112. Published: October 10th 2016. Genre: mental health, mental illness. Find this review on Amazon| Goodreads MY SYNOPSIS Some twenty-somthings write letters to their 16-year-old selves going through mental disorders. MY REVIEW I absolutely loved the concept of this book from the first moment I read it. It’s such … More “Hello Me, It’s You” by Hannah Todd
It’s been two years since I began writing reviews in exchange for free books. At first, I had no idea what I was doing… well, I’m not so sure I do now, but I’ve learned one or two things about this in that time. Before anything else, I must say that there are hundreds (of … More 5 things you’ve got to know for writing great book reviews
I like reading. I do. I love words and somehow I believe God made me to find Him in them. I enjoy books. Good quotes. Perfectly worded stories. About two years ago I joined Goodreads and I began to receive recommendations from other readers. It was fantastic. A small paradise. However, in my country, you don’t … More What options do I really have?
“The Sea Keeper’s Daughters” by Lisa Wingate Pages: 400 Publication date: September 1st, 2015 Genre: christian, fiction, contemporary. Find this review on Amazon | Goodreads MY SYNOPSIS Whitney is a restaurant owner who desperately needs money to save her business. Her mother passed away years ago and her inheritance, The Excelsior building on North Carolina’s Outer Banks, could … More The Sea Keeper’s Daughters by Lisa Wingate
“Whispers in the Reading Room” by Shelley Gray Pages: 352 Genre: fiction, christian, romance Find this review on Amazon | Goodreads MY SYNOPSIS Lydia and Sebastian have seen each other for months in the lending library she manages. Although she’s engaged to another man, Lydia can’t help noticing him more and more. When they become friends and she … More Whispers in the Reading Room by Shelley Gray
Waiting… It’s more difficult for some than for others. If you’re anything like me, you’re not content with just sitting in one corner until things begin to happen. You want to make them happen. Is that a good or a bad thing? Sometimes I’m not so sure but I can tell you: this has caused … More Book lessons: Just waiting, bro
“Married ’til Monday” by Denise Hunter Pages: 320 Publication date: 2015 Genre: Christian, Fiction, Contemporary Find this review on Amazon | Goodreads MY SYNOPSIS Ryan and Abby got divorced 3 and a half years ago in not very friendly terms. Now they’ve been invited to the 35th-anniversary party of Abby’s parents, who don’t know they’re not married … More “Married ’til Monday” by Denise Hunter
Recently, I was asked this very interesting question at Goodreads and realized I had never stopped to think about it. Had you? So, I decided to write this post based on my experience as reader and see if you can relate. A great novel… 1) …makes you laugh Seriously, when you find yourself laughing at … More What does make a great novel?
I like reading just as a lot of you do. I’m not the kind who reads anything, I have very specific genders and authors I like, therefore, sometimes it’s hard for me to get the books I want (most of them are not even sold in this country). So, I found certain ways to read (legally) books online and … More Reading online