GIVEAWAY ENDING SOON

The 7k Followers Giveaway is ending in just 24 hours!! We have almost 200 entries thus far. Spread the word, tweet, tag, and get extra entries for a chance to win a physical book of your choice, open internationally!  

GIVEAWAY TIME

*Throws confetti* *Blows party horns* It’s time for the 7k Wattpad Followers Giveaway! Join in the raffle now! Remember, this is open worldwide as long as The Book Depository ships to you! No payment necessary. Open to Wattpad followers of mine only. What book(s) are you looking forward to getting this year? Leave a comment…

Are you Ready for the Giveaway?

Are you ready for the GIVEAWAY? In celebration of me reaching 7k followers on Wattpad, I am giving away two published fiction books of your choice.  Open internationally as long as The Book Depository ships to your country. Starting Friday 24th May until Friday 31st May (Hong Kong time, GMT+7 hrs), you can enter multiple times to increase your…

Book Review: Shatter Me by Tahereh Mafi

I’m usually not a fan of first person POV, nevermind first person present tense — feels too much like Goosebumps and I associate that with my childhood, not my adulthood — but Shatter Me is such an emotional rollercoaster this was an expertly brilliant way to portray those feelings. I am breathless. What a book….

May Updates

It’s been a while since this blog has been updated because life has been busy! You’ll want to read this post, because it’s an update for upcoming news and a giveaway!

Book Review: Carve the Mark by Veronica Roth

I tried to get into Veronica Roth’s books. But perhaps the stars didn’t align or whatever. I got Divergent and was bored after Chapter 1. I started this one and… also got bored. DNF’d after — I lost count. A few chapters. I don’t think this post contains enough information to spoil, considering I did…

Book Review: The Plastic Magician by Charlie N. Holmberg

I’ve been a fan of Holmberg’s work and her magical world ever since The Paper Magician trilogy, so I was beyond excited when I learnt a new book, based in the same world as Ceony and Emery, was coming out. The Plastic Magician is set a few years after the events of The Paper Magician…

Book Review: Summoner by Taran Matharu

Taran Matharu is one of the Wattpad-turned-published authors. His book, Summoner, amassed millions of reads on Wattpad before being published. I never got to read the Wattpad version, but at the start of 2018, I did pick up a copy at the library and read it through. Contains spoilers, duh.

Book Review: Once Upon a Time in the North by Philip Pullman

I love Philip Pullman. His Dark Materials changed my teenagerhood; those were some of the best books I ever read, growing up. I’m not sure what happened with this book. I DNF’d at 42/95 pages because nothing was happening. Lee Scoresby, an aeruonaut, was on the hunt for a job. He was dull and misogynistic….

Book Review: The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern

The Night Circus caught my attention a while back, with its slick vector cover and stark black, white, and scarlet contrasted colouring. I didn’t pay it much attention and it remained in my collection of 300+ books on the TBR pile until I read the pretty but disappointing debut novel that was Caraval. Multiple Goodreads…