What My Dream Book Conference Looks Like | Author Panels, Book Signing, ARCs and Book Characters Come Alive


Hello fellow bookworms! I’m back from the dead to bring you a dream of mine that has been on my mind for a while. Being Canadian, I don’t have access to many bookish conferences like the famous BookCon. (That is on my bucket list. You have no idea how much I want to go to one). If I were organize my dream conference, I would definitely use Eventbrite. Eventbrite is the world’s largest self-service ticketing platform. They help organizers host amazing events and conferences, and connect ordinary people to find a momentum life experience near them.

So to satisfy my unfortunate geographical luck, I’ll be showing you a little glimpse of my hopes and dreams. (and maybe hopefully get a Canadian BookCon started??? Like please for Canadians everywhere. We are nice people. I, We want a book conference. 😘)

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Top 10 Books To Read for an Epic Book Hangover ft Honourable Mentions


In honour of the epic book hangover I currently have and slowly healing from, I made a list of books that gave me an insanely long and painful book hangover (well, if felt that way).

If you’re looking for your next book hangover, consider this a list of recommendations ’cause I got you covered. 😉blogdivider

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December 2016: Most Anticipated Releases


Reality has set in that this is the last month of books that are ever going to be released in 2016!! 😱😱 Wow.

There are not many books that I got my eye out for, HOWEVER, like the saying goes, it’s quality over quantity.

Let’s just say my December is going to be a colourful event. 😉

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Monthly Wrap Up: November 2016



Man, has time gone by or what?! I didn’t even realize it was the start of a new month until the first day of it!! So, yes I’m late on my Wrap Up.

Again, been taking some time off, but I’m always thinking about you and this blog. Hopefully when I have more time, I can make it up to you by writing about the fun ideas I’ve brainstormed while not paying attention in my classes. My stress is at a tolerable level, I just have to make sure I understand the content so I’m not cramming before the test.

I’m starting to think of my Wrap Ups as newsletters but alas, I cannot change the name now. 😂 I will slowly condition you. 😏

Read on to learn more about a new feature I began in November, my first LGBT novel, and my little (big?) reaction to the Beauty and the Beast trailer!

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