• April 2020 Wrap Up
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    April 2020 Wrap Up~

    Another month has passed. This time I managed to read 6 books and I’m happy about it. In March I read 2 books in total and being able to read more now makes me feel better about my reading life. And now, without further ado, let me show you what I read in the month of April. 10 Things I Hate About Pinky by Sandhya Menon A Heart so Fierce and Broken by Brigid Kemmerer Park Avenue Summer by Renee Rosen “10 Things I Hate About Pinky” is the third and so far the last book from the beloved Dimple verse of Sandhya Menon. It tells the story of Pinky…

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    What I read in the past 3 months | Wrap Up~

    The first 3 months of the year are over. And so far I managed to read 15 books, which is not bad, but also not the perfect. March wasn’t a good month for reading. I’m on track according to my Goodreads yearly challenge. And let me show you which books I managed to read from the beginning of 2020! January Black Canary: Ignite by Meg Cabot & Cara McGeeThe Vintage Guide to Love and Romance by Kirsty GreenwoodSheets by Brenna ThummlerThe Moment of Lift: How Empowering Women Changes the World by Melinda GatesPreobraziavane (Transformation) by Beni Hubner February The Dragon with a Chocolate Heart by Stephanie BurgisThe Art of Making…

  • Reviews

    Book Review: Sandhya Menon – Of Curses and Kisses

    Of Curses and Kisses Author: Sandhya MenonRelease date: 18 February 2020 Book page with detailsAuthor pageOriginal post in Bulgarian I love Sandhya Menon’s books, and lately I really like to read different retellings of Beauty and the Beast story. Combining these two things, I couldn’t help but to want to read “Of Curses and Kisses” as soon as they announced it. The fact that I was lucky to read it in advance is a real miracle and it makes me very happy. I received it as a part of the author’s street team. In this story, the beauty is the Indian Maharani Jaya, and the role of the beast is…

  • Amairo’s Weekly Reading
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    Amairo’s Weekly Reading #2

    Another Monday, another weekly post. Let’s see how my reading went last week as well as what I expect this week. Spoiler alert: last week was not that good as I expected it to be. I plan to actually finish “How to Be a Bawse: A Guide to Conquering Life” by Lilly Singh. This is non-fiction book, which I’m almost halfway through. I like it so far and I’m positive I’m going to read all of it for sure. The second book is “Wicked Fox” by Kat Cho. I wanted to read it for so long and I borrowed a copy of it many months ago. So, it’s finally time…

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    Amairo’s Weekly Reading #1

    So here I am, trying to revive this place and actually begin using it. This is going to be my weekly post about what I hope to read in the upcoming week and what I actually read last week. Let’s see how long I’ll stick to it. So I’ll be trying to finish the whole “Aurora Rising” by Amie Kaufman and Jay Kristoff. It’s sci-fi and following the fact that I liked their previous series “Illuminae Files”, I hope I’m going to like this one too. The other one that I hope I’ll be able to read from is “Goodsgrave” – the second book of “The Nevernight Chronicle” again by…

  • Interviews

    Power of elements in “The Goblins of Bellwater” – Q&A with Molly Ringle

    Author: Molly Ringle Genres: Fantasy, New Adult, Romance, Urban Fantasy Length: 288 pages Publisher: Central Avenue Publishing Publication Date: 1 October 2017 A contemporary romance inspired by Christina Rossetti’s eerie, sensual poem, “Goblin Market”. Four neighbors encounter sinister enchantments and a magical path to love in a small, modern-day Puget Sound town, where a fae realm hides in the woods and waters. Buy from Amazon Buy from Barnes and Noble Buy from Book Depository Buy from Kobo Amairo’s Review !!! Q & A With Molly Ringle How closely did you follow Christina Rossetti’s poem “Goblin Market” as a basis for the story? I call this a book “inspired by” Rossett’s…

  • The Tiger's Watch
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    Julia Ember – The Tiger’s Watch

    The Tiger’s Watch Author: Julia Ember Date read: 23 August 2017 Times read: 1 Book page ARC provided by the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I so much wanted it to be good. I so much liked the description of this book, so when I was approved to receive an ARC of it, I was happy. But it took me 17 days to read a book with 180 pages. Yes, I really wanted it to be good, but it wasn’t. I liked the idea of bonding with animal and I had never read a book with gender fluid protagonist, so I really wanted to know more.…