(Edit on the 18th of October 2021: this blog tour was delayed! My initial stop was on the 06th of September and was pushed to this date 18/10.) Thank you TBR and Beyond Tours and the author for this tour. I was gifted an e-copy of this novel, in exchange for my honest opinion. It's … Continue reading [Blog Tour] The Night When No One Had Sex – Kalena Miller
If you know me you know how much The Wanted means to me and how much I love them! I was so excited when they announced their comeback early September! I’m so proud of them and I’m so excited to see all the amazing songs they are going to release. Photo found on The Wanted … Continue reading [Chit-Chat] They are back !!! “Rule The World” The Wanted’s new single is out!
I wrote a post about a TBR list to read in September. You can find this post: here. I've read two out of the nine books from my TBR (02/09) ... oopsie. I also started two books from that TBR, so maybe they will make it to the wrap-up post for the month of October. … Continue reading [Wrap-Up] September 2021.
If you are following me on my Instagram you might know that I love crocheting. But I haven't been crocheting for that long, so here's how and why I've learnt how to crochet. I remember that when I was a kid I used to crochet with my auntie and my great-grand-mother, I can remember making … Continue reading [Chit-Chat] My crochet journey.
made with Canva, the photo of the show comes from Google image. If you are looking for a new show to watch and that you haven’t watched “On My Block” yet well … here’s your sign to go and watch it ! Believe me you won’t regret it! Photo found on google ! On My … Continue reading [Chit-Chat] On My Block – One last time around the block ! (My thoughts about this show with no spoilers)
I know I'm late, but I always forget to post my wrap-up on the blog! I did not realise I had read that many books in August, I thought it was a smaller wrap-up. All the links with a * are affiliate links, using my links doesn't mean you will pay more but I will … Continue reading [Wrap-Up] August 2021
Happy 01st of October! I loved doing an 'hopefuls' TBR last month so I decided to make another one for October. If you want to check my September' one, here it is - and as you can see, some from this list made it to this month TBR because I did not 100% sticked to … Continue reading [Chit-Chat] October 2021 Hopefuls (TBR)
I’m so excited to write this post but this is it, we’re going to get a third Years and Years album!!! Oh my god ! Last night, 27th of September, I had the chance to be part of the “Night Call” zoom meeting with Olly Alexander and I couldn’t believe it when I received the … Continue reading [Music] Years and Years is coming back with a third album – Night Call! 🔮🧜🏻♂️
Thank you to TBR and Beyond Tours and the author for gifting me a copy in exchange for my honest review. Photo provided by the host of the tour. A set of magical triplets, two warring dynasties, and a broken crown waiting for its rightful owner… Deep within an enchanted forest lies a castle where … Continue reading [Blog Tour] The Raven Heir – Stephanie Burgis
I received an e-copy of this children’s picture book for free in exchange for an honest review. Thank you Love Books Tours and the author. A little dachshund ensues on a chase of something sparkly floating through the sky, vowing to return it to its rightful owner. Follow Siggy as he dashes through the village, … Continue reading [Blog Tour] Siggy Loves Sausages – Brian Frederick
Thank you TBR and Beyond Tours and the author for sending me an e-arc copy for free in exchange for my honest review. This book is coming out on September 14th, 2021. This is a Middle Grade contemporay novel full of adventures and plot twists. Content Warnings: Wild Fires, Parental Death From award-winning and bestselling … Continue reading [Blog Tour] Paradise on Fire – Jewell Parker Rhodes
This is finally my stop for the tour for "The Meeting Point" by Olivia Lara and I'm so excited! Thank you LoveBooksTours and Olivia Lara for this tour. I was gifted a free e-copy of this novel in exchange for my honest opinion! This photo was provided by LoveBooksTours to use in our post, it's … Continue reading [Blog Tour] The Meeting Point – Olivia Lara
September 02nd, 2021 - this is it. This is the first day of school, for our first baby. It was so stressful, we had no idea how it will go and it was a place we did not know. Back in June, there was an « open » day when we were allowed to come … Continue reading [Chit-Chat] Our first baby is not a baby anymore – his first day of school.
I'm so excited to be part of this covers reveal for Sana Khatri's novels. The original covers were already so beautiful but look at those! They are stunning and they will be available on the 11th of September 2021. What do you all think of them ? I love the fact that the colours from … Continue reading [Covers Reveal] Sana Khatri’s special edition covers reveal!
Six years ago today, I could have never imagined that once I'd be landing in Wales I'd live one of the best experience ever, and that so much positive things would happen to me thanks to this experience. Since I was a kid I've always told my family I would live abroad in the future … Continue reading [Chit-Chat] It’s been six years !
Do I ever stick to a TBR ? No, never! But I'm planning on sticking to this one because out of this list are many I've been meaning to read for ages or that I've had on my TBR for ages. Firefly Lane is a novel I've started at the beginning of August, but the … Continue reading [Chit-Chat] September 2021 Hopefuls (TBR)
Another great month. I really enjoyed those books, and it was the first time I was having so many Buddy Read at the same time (3). You can find on the blog - my reviews for: In Just One Day 4/5 ⭐️ Ace of Spades 4/5⭐️ Julie and The Phantoms, The Edge of Great 2/5 … Continue reading [Wrap-Up] July 2021.
Thank you to TBR and Beyond Tours and to the author for providing me with a free ebook in exchange for an honest review. This is Young Adult fantasy book, that came out on the 10th August 2021. Content Warnings: minor body horror, threat of harm to animals and animal death. Some animal death is … Continue reading [Blog Tour] Mark of the Wicked – Georgia Bowers
This my stop for one incredible blog tour! I'm so excited to be able to talk to you about In Just One Day by Helen McGinn as I loved this novel. Flora has always adored her brother Billy. Born just eighteen months apart, their childhood was spent like two peas in a pod – no … Continue reading [Blog Tour] In Just One Day – Helen McGinn
If you haven't read my post about Julie and The Phantoms being one of my comfort show, well here's the link. Learn how Julie and the Phantoms bring their rock-and-roll dreams to life in this novel based on season one of the new Netflix show!Season one novelization After the passing of her mom, Julie has … Continue reading [Review] Julie and The Phantoms: The Edge of Great – Micol Ostow
Looking for a very addictive YA thriller ? You found one! Gossip Girl meets Get Out in Ace of Spades, a YA contemporary thriller by debut author Faridah Àbíké-Íyímídé about two students, Devon & Chiamaka, and their struggles against an anonymous bully. When two Niveus Private Academy students, Devon Richards and Chiamaka Adebayo, are selected to be part of the … Continue reading [Review] Ace of Spades – Faridah Àbíké-Íyímídé
If you are looking for a steamy romance (novella) to read for the summer, I have the perfect one for you. What happens when a door opens somewhere, resulting in another to close elsewhere?What happens when the truth burns the very air one breathes, making it hard to maintain one's sanity?Promises, trust, and hope – … Continue reading [Review] Unturned Rubbles – Sana Khatri
Best month so far - so many amazing books ! I read the "Campus Drivers" trilogy by CS Quill (a French author) and I loved it so much, it was sooooo addictive! I'm planning to write a post about this trilogy, but obviously the post will be in French. Then I read Just Being Ted, … Continue reading [Wrap-Up] June 2021
Happy Cover Reveal Day to Lucy Noguera for her new children book "Swop The Satsuma-Sized Secret". What would you do if you found the world’s smallest dog? When Ernie and his family leave the countryside to move to the city. Ernie feels like he’ll never settle into their new home. Yet on his very first … Continue reading [Cover Reveal] Swop The Satsuma-Sized Secret – Lucy Noguera
One day I promise I won't forget to post my wrap-up on time! So here's April and May together! You can find my reviews for each books on the blog, here are the direct links - You've Reached Sam - Dustin Thao We Contain Multitudes - Sarah Henstra Strong Stuff - AF Stone It Goes … Continue reading [Wrap-Up] April – May 2021
I was so excited when I received the email from Claire Huston to offer me to review her new novel. It's being released today - July 6th, 2021. Thank you for sending me an e-arc copy in exchange for an honest review. Haileybrook, a beautiful village in the peaceful Cotswolds countryside, is most people’s idea … Continue reading [Review] Elle’s A to Z of Love – Claire Huston
First of all I would like to say a big thank you to the author and her publishing house for sending me a copy of this novel. Strong Stuff is the story of Ruby, a young carer who finds her world turned upside down when her mother dies. She is forced to live with her … Continue reading [Review] Strong Stuff – AF Stone
So excited to come back today with a cover reveal. You aren't ready for how beautiful it is! Let me know what you think! All hope abandon ye who read this book. After ruling Hell for centuries, Satan’s daughter, Cecilia Harrow, escapes the confines of the underworld in search of safety and a normal life. … Continue reading [Cover Reveal] Vagabond – Mary A.J.
I would like to thank Daniela for sending me a e-copy of this novel, and the author as well. I was gifted a free copy in exchange for a honest review. Ivy Lovely is 16 and she has no idea who she is—or what her powers could be. When she crosses a magical boundary, she … Continue reading [Review] The Crowns of Croswald – D.E. Night (Book 1)
I couldn't wait for my stop on this blog tour, I absolutely loved "It Goes Like This" by Miel Moreland and there are many reasons why! Content Warnings: primary trigger warning – Misgendering and none of it is done maliciously (although it’s still obviously harmful to the non-binary character) and hospitals / Minor mentions of: … Continue reading [Blog Tour] It Goes Like This – Miel Moreland
Today is the last day for this tour and this is also my stop, and I'm so excited to share with you a cute book for children, with a very important moral. Thank you to lovebookstours for sending me an ebook copy of "Just Being Ted" to review. Ted the dragon lives all alone in … Continue reading [Blog Tour] Just Being Ted – Lisa Sheehan
I was tagged by Literary Leisha, this book tag was originally created by Zoe's All Booked. 1. Eavesdropping with miscommunication - Name a book you heard great things about and expected to love but ended up hating. Unfortunately, I expected to love Red, White & Royal Blue after hearing so many great things about it, … Continue reading [Book Tag] Nope Trope Book Tag
If you want to know more about what was my project, my goal and what's the Camp NaNo, you can find my post - here. So well as you can tell, my goal was to write 25K in a month, but I actually wrote 4758 words in a week. April hasn't been a very easy … Continue reading [Chit-Chat] I failed my NaNoWriMo… again (April 2021)
I really struggled to read those two books and almost DNFed both! Let me tell you why ... Red, White & Royal Blue - Casey McQuiston First Son Alex Claremont-Diaz is the closest thing to a prince this side of the Atlantic. With his intrepid sister and the Veep’s genius granddaughter, they’re the White House … Continue reading [Quick Reviews] Red, White & Royal Blue – Casey McQuiston, We Contain Multitudes – Sarah Henstra
Sur le blog je parle beaucoup de romances contemporaine Young Adult, car c’est le genre de lecture qui me correspond le plus. L’année dernière, en Juillet, j’ai lu une autobiographie qui m’a chamboulée. Bouleversée. Depuis ce jour, je cherche mes mots pour vous en parler. Puis j’ai décidé que chroniquer cette autobiographie me serait impossible … Continue reading [Chronique] Cinq raisons de lire “L.A. Voix Du Coeur” de Alexandra Moonsamy
This post is both in English and in French. / Cet article est écrit en anglais et en français, la version française se trouve plus bas. For the past few months, I have been talking about sharing my blog, my passion and who I am with more people. Opening up is very difficult for me. … Continue reading [Chit-Chat] Let’s write a new chapter together … (EN/FR)
Thank you NetGalley for providing me with an e-ARC copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. Julie is heartbroken after Sam's death. She's blaming herself for her boyfriend's death, she doesn't even attempt his funeral and then try to get rid of all his things, thinking it will help her in her … Continue reading [ARC Review] You’ve Reached Sam – Dustin Thao
March has been a very exhausting month, and I did not think I would read more than a book to be 100% honest with you. We all tested positive to COVID in the house, and it was horrible. I'm not a big sleeper, like at all... well with covid I would sleep days and nights … Continue reading [Wrap-Up] March 2021.
I would like to thank the author, Claire Huston, for providing me with a free e-copy of her book. There’s no problem Becky Watson can’t fix. Except her own love life… Struggling single mother Becky Watson longs to revive her career as a life-fixer, working miracles to solve her clients’ problems, no matter how big … Continue reading [Review] Art and Soul – Claire Huston
I don’t know how long I’ve had Running With Lions on my TBR for, but when I picked it I was super excited to read it. Unfortunately I did not enjoy it as much as I thought I would, or wanted. Sebastian goes to a summer camp with his coach and his team mates, everything … Continue reading [Quick Reviews] Running With Lions – Julian Winters, The After Life of Holly Chase – Cynthia Hand, UnPregnant – Jenni Hendricks & Ted Caplan
More Than We Can Tell is written from the point of view of Emma and Rev, two students who goes to the same school but don't know each other until they meet up behind a church one night. Emma is walking her dog, and Rev is just hiding after he received a letter from his … Continue reading [Quick Reviews] More Than We Can Tell – Brigid Kemmerer, Monday’s Not Coming – Tiffany D. Jackson, Broken Things – Lauren Oliver
I really enjoyed the fact that I don’t pick my books, anymore. Even though I’m normally a mood reader, I’m really enjoying the fact that Rhys picks my next read from the book jar! I’ve read so many great books already that I wouldn’t have picked up myself! “Chasing the Taillights” was an ARC I … Continue reading [Monthly Wrap-Up] February 2021.
I know I’m late (as always), but hello 2021! I decided to set my GoodReads challenge to 50 books in 2021. And because I always struggle to pick my next read, I made a book jar and Rhys picks a paper every time I’ve finished a book and ta-da this is my next read. We … Continue reading [Monthly Wrap-up] January 2021.
When the author of The Sidewalk's Regrets, Kate Larkindale, offered me to read her new novel I was so so excited and thankful! (so thank you!) I absolutely loved TSR, and my heart is (actually) still broken but I was ready to read another beautifully written novel by this author. Also, HAPPY RELEASE DAY (26th … Continue reading [ARC Review] Chasing The Taillights – Kate Larkindale
I'm so excited to finally write and publish this post! I had the idea back in November I think, and I'm finally taking the time to actually prepare it. So today, I'm back on the blog with an original tag which I'm so so so excited about because it's a book tag based on the … Continue reading [Original Book Tag] The Good Times and the Bad Ones – Why Don’t We (Book Tag Edition)
And now we can move on to 2021! Memento (Novella, Illuminae #4) - Jay Kristoff, Amie Kaufman. I was so happy to get back in this universe and getting more of Aidan. Royauté & Chocolat Chaud (Tome 2) - Anna-Victoria Val (Chronique) Opération faux petit-ami de Noël - Charly Farrow (Chronique) Art and Soul - … Continue reading [Monthly Wrap-up] December 2020.
I know we are already in 2021, but I'm always super late when it comes to update my wrap up ... The Midnight Library - Matt Haig I absolutely loved this novel! It really blew my mind, with all its mysteries and questioning about the future and the after life, everything that could happen if … Continue reading [Monthly Wrap-up] November 2020.
Have I ever mentioned what a pleasure it is (every time) to get back to Jeremy's story ? Because it is! I think the author could write hundred books about Jeremy Lewis and I would never get bored of this character! Thank you Rachel Random Resources and Lasairiona E. McMaster for this blog tour! Jilted … Continue reading [Blog Tour] Let Me Love You – Lasairiona E. McMaster (Book 2)
Même si Noël est déjà passé, la période des romances de Noël est toujours d'actualité, je vous propose donc aujourd'hui de découvrir une romance courte de Noël toute douce. Si vous avez aimé le film Holidate sur Netflix, vous y retrouverez un peu des vibes! Je remercie les Demoiselles des Mots ainsi que l’autrice, Charly Farrow, pour … Continue reading [Chronique] Opération faux petit ami de Noël – Charly Farrow