Long-Overdue Mini-Reviews || 2020 was a long year, okay?

2020 was... a year. So it only makes sense that I didn't get to all my arcs that year. So here we are! Nearly... 3 years later (BIG whoops).

The Family Upstairs by Lisa Jewell (BOOK REVIEW) || Not a Happy Family

Look, I love books/movies featuring cults. I never want to be in one, definitely not. Though this isn’t a religious cult, just a weird, New Age type cult, I still want no part in it. But otherwise read this book to see me venturing into the adult thriller section and what I thought about the characters and the plot!

BLOG TOUR: Nate Plus by Kevin van Whye (BOOK REVIEW) || Lekker, my bru!

This one was a heartfelt, sweet read about two friends falling in love, set in the beautiful South Africa, my country! Come and read what I thought of this adorable YA Contemporary Romance!

Fools in Love (ANTHOLOGY BOOK REVIEW) || Is romance… cute?

Every time I see the title I think of the song that plays in the one Grey's Anatomy episode 😄 (I think it's in season 2 or 3). Anyway come here for absolutely adorable short stories based on tropes! Bring your own sweet treat of any kind whilst reading for ultimate sweetness!

Up all Night (ANTHOLOGY BOOK REVIEW) || Definitely an all-night read

Stay up all night with these thirteen short stories from bestselling and award-winning YA authors like Karen McManus, Tiffany D. Jackson, Nina LaCour, and Brandy Colbert, as they take readers deep into these rarely seen, magical hours. Come and see what I thought about all these stories!

BLOG TOUR: Horror Hotel by Victoria Fulton and Faith McClaren (BOOK REVIEW) || My experience at the Hearst Hotel

I really love haunted places! There's just something about going in and seeing all the creepiness happening! I really enjoyed reading this book so come and see what i thought about it!

2-in-1 Horror Book Review || Same Author, Same Spectacular Stories

I know that technically the spooky season is over but at the same time, some people watch Christmas movies in like July. So it's totally okay to read this post about 2 excellent horror books that can certainly be read any day of the year!

A Golden Fury by Samantha Cohoe (Review) || A story balancing family and fortune

Thea and her mom are so close to finally creating The Philosopher's Stone, but in a fit of fury, her mother destroys it. Thea knows she can recreate it and so she sets out to so exactly, but she finds it's not the easiest path to take. Find out in my review what I liked about this book and the interesting concept of the Stone!