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Unboxing: Wonder Crate – Dangerous and Deadly

I have always been a fan of Ink and Wonder Designs. From their gorgeous woodmarks with awesome designs to their adorable pins, this shop is definitely one of my fave shop to buy bookish merch from. Plus all items from the shop are eco-friendly which is a win-win situation! Ink and wonder has been making…… Continue reading Unboxing: Wonder Crate – Dangerous and Deadly

Bookish Merchandise · Candles · Uncategorized

Bookish Merchandise: The House of Wicks

The House of Wicks is a Philippines based shop that sells an array of different types of bookish soy wax candles. I have been seeing their shop around instagram lately and I was determined to get my hands on a few of them. Last October 2017, I was able to order and grab two candles…… Continue reading Bookish Merchandise: The House of Wicks

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Bookish Unboxing: Pouts & Fluffs Giveaway Prize

  Pouts & Fluffs Loot Box a book subscriptions box shop in the Philippines hosted a giveaway last September 2017 and I was one of the three lucky people who won. I was chosen for the second prize which includes 2 bookish candles of my choice from Fairywicks, a bookish candle shop also from the Philippines.…… Continue reading Bookish Unboxing: Pouts & Fluffs Giveaway Prize

Art Prints · Bookmarks · Pins · Tote Bags · Unboxing · Uncategorized

Bookish Unboxing: Ink and Wonder Designs (Rep Package)

Some of you might already know from my IG story and posts that I was chosen as one of the reps for Ink and Wonder Designs last end of September 2017. This is actually my first time to be chosen as a rep for an international shop and I just want to thank Paris, the…… Continue reading Bookish Unboxing: Ink and Wonder Designs (Rep Package)

Fantasy · Uncategorized · Young Adult

Book Review: Reflection: Harbinger of the Phoenix

The masquerade is over and the masks have been removed. But not everyone’s true face has been revealed… King Casimer of Marise has assassinated the Royal Family of Chiyo and usurped the throne. He doesn’t know that the Heiress of Chiyo, Nerissa, is still alive and has joined the Ohanzee, a group of guardians who have secretly protected the country for generations. Disguising herself as a young man, Nerissa seeks a way to depose Casimer and restore her country’s independence. An uncanny stroke of luck leads her to the mysterious seer Shae, who has discovered a fragment of an ancient prophecy warning of events that will bring about the end of civilization. And Casimer has already set some of those events into motion. With the future of not only Chiyo, but all of Renatus at stake, Nerissa and her six Ohanzee companions set out on a journey in search of the remaining fragments, where they will find unlikely allies and uncover new enemies.

Fantasy · Mythology · Uncategorized · Young Adult

Book Review: The Moonstone

Fear, love… and betrayal; that’s what I feel about my new life. 
It’s a life I never asked for, at least not like that. 
I certainly dreamed of adventure, of escaping from my ordinary life, but nothing prepared me for what would happen when my normal life flipped upside down. 
On that fateful day, a witch, a real one, revealed to me that I’m not human! That’s right, I, Lou Mills, am an enchanter like her! It seems that I’m the key to an ancient prophecy and that I must save the world from the imminent war between humans and enchanters. What waits makes no sense; in fact, nothing seems to make sense to me since meeting her. 
And then there’s this man…dark and mysterious…but so attractive. If only I could forget him. Duality is the way the Earth remains in balance, black and white, right and wrong, love and hate. What side should I fight for when the war finally breaks out? How to choose between my family…and the people who I belong to?

Contemporary · Young Adult

Book Review: The House at 758

Sixteen year old Krista is still grieving the untimely death of her mother when her father’s new girlfriend moves into their home. He’s already moved on and wants Krista to do the same, but she’s not ready to resume a normal life yet. Distancing herself from those around her, Krista spends all of her time obsessively watching a mysterious house, the house at 758.

When a fellow classmate, Jake, takes a sudden interest in her, Krista feels excited for the first time in two years, but feelings of guilt consume her, and she ends up pushing Jake away. It isn’t until her grandfather makes a surprise visit from Venezuela that Krista is finally able to confront her grief and begin to let things go

Book Haul · Uncategorized

Book Haul: August – September 2017

Hello everyone! It’s been a long time since I made a post so here is my August/September Book Haul. I know it’s long due because it’s already the first half of October but anyways, better late than never right? I have 7 books to show to you guys which I have accumulated in the months…… Continue reading Book Haul: August – September 2017

Fantasy · Middle Grade

Book Review: The Crowns of Croswald

In Croswald, the only thing more powerful than dark magic is one secret…

For sixteen years Ivy Lovely has been hidden behind an enchanted boundary that separates the mundane from the magical. When Ivy crosses the border, her powers awaken. Curiosity leads her crashing through a series of adventures at the Halls of Ivy, a school where students learn to master their magical blood and the power of Croswald’s mysterious gems. When Ivy’s magic––and her life––is threatened by the Dark Queen, she scrambles to unearth her history and save Croswald before the truth is swept away forever.

Bookish Merchandise · Bookmarks · Uncategorized

Bookish Merchandise: Till and Dill

Hello dear readers! How are you doing guys? I am here again for another Bookish Spotlight: Bookish Merchandise where I feature my latest purchase from Till and Dill. I have been eyeing their bookmarks for a long time now because I they look gorgeous and I am a person who loves art. When I got…… Continue reading Bookish Merchandise: Till and Dill