Backlist Books by Genre: Contemporary & Romance

Hello everyone! In continuation of my new series 'Backlist Books by Genre', I decided to come up with a list of some of my favourite books in the Fantasy & Paranormal genres: Airhead by Meg Cabot Alphas by Lisi Harrison Be Mine by Sabrina James Beauty Queens by Libba Bray Duels and Deception by Cindy … Continue reading Backlist Books by Genre: Contemporary & Romance

Choose Your Ideal Vacation, Get a Book Recommendation

Hello everyone! If you're in the Northern Hemisphere, it's officially summer which means #vacay! Whether you're staying at home, or going to the city, a beach, an amusement park, or to another country, you definitely need a book to read. So, today, I decided to make a list of books you should read depending on … Continue reading Choose Your Ideal Vacation, Get a Book Recommendation

Backlist Books by Genre: Science Fiction

Hello everyone! In continuation of my new series 'Backlist Books by Genre', I decided to come up with a list of some of my favourite books in the genre of Science Fiction: Cinder by Marissa Meyer Disruption by Jessica Shirvington Illuminae by Amy Kaufman and Jay Kristoff Ink and Bone by Rachel Caine Invisible Justice … Continue reading Backlist Books by Genre: Science Fiction

Backlist Books by Genre: Fantasy & Paranormal

Hello everyone! In continuation of my new series 'Backlist Books by Genre', I decided to come up with a list of some of my favourite books in the Fantasy & Paranormal genres: A Darker Shade of Magic by VE Schwab An Ember In The Ashes by Sabaa Tahir Blue Bloods by Melissa de la Cruz … Continue reading Backlist Books by Genre: Fantasy & Paranormal

‘Chasing Happiness’ & ‘Happiness Begins’ – Review

*this post includes affiliate links I have with Amazon* Hello everyone. If you do not know me, my name is Mo and I’ve been a fan of the Jonas Brothers for over half of my life. I think I got into them around 2006 when I was in 6th grade - and they actually helped … Continue reading ‘Chasing Happiness’ & ‘Happiness Begins’ – Review