10 Best Book Subscription Boxes

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Book subscription boxes are one of the most amazing ways to surprise yourself, or your dear ones, with monthly box full of bookish accessories. Most of the book subscription boxes can be personalised by genres, so you get to read exactly the books you wish to. There are even some monthly box clubs that send […]

Classics You Should Read Based On Your Zodiac Sign

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Human kind has always been interested in astrology. While some believe in astrological patterns and rules, others are more likely to deny its importance. However, people cannot help but notice how zodiac signs really do describe certain personalities who share similar virtues as well as flaws. It is also no secret that there are many kinds […]

Viking Fantasy Tale: Sky In The Deep

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Sky In The Deep by Adrienne Young Can two warring tribes put aside their mutual hatred, differences, and unite in order to defeat greater enemy? Sky In The Deep by Adrienne Young explores the most important human categories like: hatred, survival, family, betrayal, love; while at the same time giving us thrilling fantasy. STORY Seventeen-year-old […]

Why Artists Think You Should Have A Journal

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When I was a kid, I remember how I used to write (or doodle) everything in my special journal. Just like many kids would do. We’d hide them under our dreamy pillows – keeping our secrets away. Then we all grew up, but so few of us actually kept the habit of keeping a journal. […]

Steel, Blood, & Fire: When Fantasy Meets Dark

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Steel, Blood, & Fire by Allan Batchelder One of my favorite genres to read is definitely fantasy. When you devote yourself to a certain genre, it is no wonder that, at one point, you will start to notice how some figures, tropes, and even plots repeat in many fantasy books. As I started to read […]

Norse Mythology: Old Myths For Modern Readers

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Norse Mythology by Neil Gaiman Norse Mythology by Neil Gaiman is definitely one of the most exciting this year’s releases, and we can totally understand why. Not only does Gaiman’s Mythology center around the vivid, unforgettable Nordic myths, but it also tells the old stories in a more modern manner. WRITING As soon as you […]

Heartless: Alice in Wonderland Retelling

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Heartless by Marissa Meyer Heartless is a retelling of Alice in Wonderland by Marissa Meyer, the author of popular Lunar Chronicles series. Retellings have always been somewhat troublesome. There are certain expectations from readers which have to be surpassed in order for a retelling to work. It also has to be quite original, and focused […]

And I Darken: Fierce Femininity


And I Darken by Kiersten White And I Darken is a dark, gritty and compelling novel, set in Transylvania at the height of the Ottoman Empire. Dealing with alternate history, it is more political than your typical YA fantasy, but that is also what makes this novel attractively original. STORY One thing that immediately intrigues […]

12 Most Beautiful Journals

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12 Most Beautiful Journals If you’ve ever thought that keeping a journal might not be your thing, you may want to reconsider it again. A journal can be your faithful companion, always there whenever you feel overburden by your thoughts, when you wish to write something down. It can also be a great way to […]

Exclusive Caraval Book Giveaway

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  You must have heard about it, the single most anticipated book of 2017! But, whatever you’ve heard about Caraval, it doesn’t compare to the reality. It’s more than just a game or a performance. It’s the closest you’ll ever find to magic in this world. Welcome, welcome to Caraval―Stephanie Garber’s sweeping tale of two […]

Dead Again: Murder Mystery

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Dead Again by Susan Lynn Solomon People are creatures of puzzles and riddles. That is the only way I can explain my secretive, yet undeniable attraction towards articles on unsolved murders, as well as the fiction books exploring such ‘cold cases’. That’s also the reason why I’ve picked up Dead Again by Susan Lynn Solomon. […]

Arrival: Detective & Alien World

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Arrival by Alex Slade I must admit I was quite intrigued by this book before I’d even picked it up. While I hadn’t read anything from Alex Slade before Arrival, the intriguing genre blend of science fiction and crime fiction appealed to me as much as its gorgeously designed book cover. STORY The first character […]