On Sunday, June 10, 2018 as I was scrolling down Instagram and I had an insane idea. I shared this idea with all of you, and the results left me speechless. 
I had originally wrote this as a document to send you, of course, I was not expecting so many of you to participate in this idea, I had to write it here because it's easier for you guys to access the information. 
Before I start, I should say thank you, so...Thank you so, so much for saying yes to this crazy and wild idea!
Like I mentioned prior to this post, THAT BOOK will be an Instagram account were people from all ages, religion, race, political parties, etc.… will share that one book that impacted them in some shape or form. This project will enrich lives and build communities through literacy. THAT BOOK will encourage individuals to share their appreciation and devotion for books, and of course, encourage their love for reading. Through this page books discussions will also be open.
You can participate more than once and t…

How to Keep Track of Your TBR pile

There are so many ways in which we can organize ourselves when it comes to our TBR (to-be-read) pile. It all depends on your lifestyle. If you like really organized things or your have a busy lifestyle, maybe a bullet journal or agenda would do wonders for you, but if you just need somewhere to write down a small list of the books you are going to read, maybe a simple notebook will suffice.

Today I will talk about a couple options that you may attempt to apply for your reading endeavors. I personally use an agenda and calendar to schedule when, at what time, and where I'll read, etc... Sometimes I like to dabble in bullet journaling, but honestly, I just do it for the doodles--it is so much fun. 

Of course these area all suggestions, you can do whatever you want with these options. You can mix them all together, or maybe even create your own.

Here a some ways yo can keep track of your TBR pile

1- Agenda/Calendar 

Like I previously stated, I personally use agendas and calendars t…


Ah, summer...after a crazy school year, I am finally enjoying my summer vacation away from work and all of the chaos--and annoying paperwork. I haven't had the time to fully enjoy my books. Whenever I had ten minutes of down time, I never could actually pick up a book and read at least a page or two. It was very difficult for me to cope with that. But, of course, when you grow up and have a full time job, and have to deal with paperwork, attempt to have some type of social life, eat healthy, and workout, when you finally want to read, your brain is going crazy and you're tired as hell. So I am really, and I a mean really looking forward two these two months off free time.

Of course, sometimes--like any other person that loves books--I end up not reading due to a 'reading slump' so, this summer I decided on a few techniques that have helped when I was working. And thanks to those techniques, I have managed to keep track of my TBR. (By the end of this post, I'll be …

Fae Books to Read---If You Already Finished Reading ACOFAS

Illustration used from: ART ABYSS
So, if you are one of the lucky people that had the chance to already finish reading one of the most anticipated books of the year, A Court of Frost and Starlight (A Court of Thorns and Roses, #3.1)  by Sarah J. Maas, you are probably looking for fae books to soothe your need for more. Of course, this isn't a long list, but it would keep you busy while you wait for more releases of your favorite books and you get to read at least two books from your TBR pile.

Here a fae books to read after your ACOFAS hangover.

1- The Bargainer series by Laura Thalassa


Released:Published November 15th 2016 by Lavabrook Publishing Group


Callypso Lillis is a siren with a very big problem, one that stretches up her arm and far into her past. For the last seven years she’s been collecting a bracelet of black beads up her wrist, magical IOUs for favors she’s received. Only death or repayment will fulfill the obligations. Only then will the beads…

It's Here! A Court of Frost and Starlight!

Hello, again, my fellow book lovers.

After some problems with my computer and wifi connection, I am finally back and extremely excited, if I might add! Why you ask? Well, simple...


All right, I came in late into this whole fandom. I discovered the series last year, and boy, am I thankful I did.

I am a big fan of book series that get me hooked. The type of book series that will leave me wanting for more and eventually make me regret the day that I started it because my life will be forever ruined... sure, I have a problem, but it's too late to change me. (sorry, mom)

The series begins when nine-teen year old huntress, Feyre Archeron, kills a wolf in the woods (not an ordinary wolf, if I might add,) then a beast-like creature arrives and demands retribution for it, and drags her to a magical land she has heard about only from legends. Of course, many, and I do many things occur, one …

Book Review: Meet Cute & The Nowhere Girls

It's been awhile since I have written a book review, so I thought why not write two instead? Here are my Meet Cute and The Nowhere Girls reviews. Hope you enjoy!

Book: Meet Cute

Rating: 4.5/5

Genre: YA, Contemporary, Short Stories, Anthologies, Romance

Published Date: January2nd 2018 by HMH Books for Young Readers

Authors: Jennifer, Sona, , Emery , , Meredith,n,


Whether or not you believe in fate, or luck, or love at first sight, every romance has to start somewhere. MEET CUTE is an anthology of original short stories featuring tales of "how they first met" from some of today’s most popular YA authors.

Readers will experience Nina LaCour's beautifully written piece about two Bay Area girls meeting via a cranky customer service Tweet, Sara Shepard's glossy tale about a magazine intern and a …