“You can only call someone crazy if there’s someone else who’s normal. Like good and evil. If everything was good, then nothing would be good.”
Hello, dearies! 📙
This is not a book review.
Here we are again, another week, another throwback or flashback as it is, a Friday Flashback. Last week, I started this little section with a review (sort of) for The Bane Chronicles: Saving Raphael Santiago, which marked the first look into the past, and it was a TBT.
Now, this week I decided to go with a book that I loved in the past, and on the second round of reading it, The 5th Wave. I have a review already for this back, and it was done a long time ago, you can check it out here: The 5th Wave review.
This time around, I wanted to talk about some of the characters and the story. Let’s begin. 📚
Continue reading “Flashback: The 5th Wave”
“Well, as they said, it’s not over until the mockingjay sings.”
Hello, dearies! 🐦
Just a quick one here because I have news about The Ballad Songbirds and Snakes movie (prequel to The Hunger Games), if you haven’t read the book, you can read about it here on the blog.
The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes – Review. You’ll also find a quick link to get yourself a copy of this book.
Continue reading “Hold it, Songbirds and Snakes News!”
“If you look the right way, you can see that the whole world is a garden.”– Frances Hodgson Burnett
Welcome to the blog once again. It’s been a while since I made a book list, so I went with a flower or flowers theme because I thought that May deserved it, to be honest, it is more a nature theme.
These books with a flower (nature) on the cover are either on my TBR or are new to me, and I thought you might like to check them out. They are also available in paperback if you’d like to get them.
Let’s get started.
Continue reading “5 eBooks with a Flower on the Cover”
“She held the food out to me, her face all soft and pleading. I don’t know how she did it, because she didn’t look older than her mid-twenties, and she was bone pale, too, but something about her expression suddenly reminded me of my mom.”
Hello, dearies! 👩👧
Happy Mother’s Day! 🌻
Today we celebrate the loving mothers we want as our or we simply admire. I’m diving right in.
Mothers in Books
I mean, she’s not my first choice of mothers, but it cannot be denied how fiercely she wanted to protect her daughter from Valentine and all he did.
Celíne Herondale née Montclaire
Now, hear me out, I know that you see Celíne and don’t think much of her, but after I read The Wicked Ones, I was impressed by her story, which is what Cassandra Clare usually does, she can make you change your mind about a character with one short novel.
Do I need to say more? I wish she would adopt me.
Another Book Female Lead
I love how badass she is, the female lead in Another from the Voyeur Series, I would say more, but I’ll leave it for you to read and see. If you like romance/adult books that is.
She’s a fighter.
Because I want Esme to adopt me too.
Mothers in TV Shows
Only because she’s fun and awesome, that’s a good enough reason.
Fierce, protective, a witch, and a warrior. Piper from Charmed has it all.
And that’s it for today’s special, sorry it’s such a short one, but it has been a difficult week for me.
Oh, and the best mom of them all is my mom. 🌷
Thank you for reading, dearies! I hope to bring more content to you soon. Have a nice Sunday!
Happy reading! 🎀
“A reader lives a thousand lives before he dies,” said Jojen. “The man who never reads lives only one.”
Hey, dearies! How are you today?
So, I remembered, realised, noticed, however you want to call it, that I don’t have much on me on the blog, though how obsessed I am with some books, characters and authors is also a statement.
But today, I’m doing a bit of fast facts on me since I’m not only a reader but also a writer, a photography aficionado, a traveller, a sister, an aunt, a friend and many other things. But I’ll keep it short, as you know I do, sometimes.
Behind the Reader
Fast facts about me. I’ll number them.
- I’m a self-published author.
- I have a degree in Telecommunications Engineering.
- I don’t use my degree. I prefer to do other things that have little to do with telecommunications.
- I started writing when I was about fourteen? Before that, I kept journals of my daily life.
- One of the first books I read and loved and wanted more of was The Chamber of Secrets.
- I write better than I speak.
- I have an ISFP personality. I don’t think that’s much of a shock, but for those who don’t know, it stands for Introverted, Observant, Feeling, and Prospecting personality traits.
- I manage all my social media accounts.
- I create all of my content, and I design the covers of my own books.
And that’s it. I just thought I should share a bit more since I feel like, at times, people don’t realise there is an actual person behind all of this. 🙂 Thank you for reading. And if you’re on any social media, find me as each.page or sela.ordaz.author or amanda_littrell_author.
Happy Easter Week! 🐰
“She was spirit and presence, as rare and brilliant as snowflakes in sunlight, and he could not bring himself to harm her.”
The Smoke Thief
Hello, dearies! I hope your day/night is going well.
This book challenge was originally, did not finish do not care, but as that is a little too much for me, on the negative side. I decided to give it my own spin and share three books that I didn’t finish and did finish, and why.
Continue reading “Didn’t Finish, Did Finish Book Challenge”
‘Things that would one day lead to him buying his own spaceship. Nothing fancy. Nothing expensive. Just something simple and practical. Something that would belong to him and him alone. Then his dad would know just how focused and dedicated he was, right as he was getting the aces out of here.’
From Stars Above 4th Story
Hello, dearies! 📖
Here we are once more, another book challenge and this time about the books that are most tempting on my shelf. It was not easy to choose.
I decided on three that have been sitting on my shelf for some time, but I have every intention to read since I took the time of picking them from a shelf at a bookstore.
Here we go. 📌
Continue reading “Most Tempting Books on my Shelf Challenge”
“Love the world and yourself in it, move through it as though it offers no resistance, as though the world is your natural element.”
The Time Traveler’s Wife
I haven’t done one of these in a while, so welcome! ✌️
Today, I went with the 5 Fingers book challenge, which I found on Instagram.
I’ll jump right into it. ✋
Continue reading “5 Fingers Book Challenge”
Smashwords Read an eBook Week Sale until March 12, 2022 is Live! Check out some of the books available. ❤️
Hello, dearies! 🎢
As promised, here is my reminder that Smashwords is running a site-wide promotion for a week. It started on March 6 and will continue until March 12. This week-long eBook sale is an annual event, and you will be able to get a book for Free, 75% off, 50% off or 25% off during this time.
I have taken a look at the books and chose 8 that were 100% off (Free), and you can use the code EW100 at checkout to get your copy. Of course, you can also take a look at other categories and see which one fits your tastes better. 😄
Alright, let’s get this party started.
Continue reading “8 eBooks from Smashwords worth adding to our TBR”
Book Sales will be here soon.
Smashwords Read an Ebook Week Sale
A new EBook Week Sale is coming closer. The Sale Dates will begin on March 6 until March 12 on Smashwords.
I will be sharing another entry with some of the titles that catch my eye but also to remind you when it starts, be on the lookout for it. Books will be 100% off (Free), 75%, 50%, and 25% off, so you might find a new read or new author during this sale.
Let’s join and support indie authors and new ones, as well as those that you might from some time. 📚
See you then and happy reading! 🐯