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Predictable Mysteries (That I Loved Anyway)

Hi all!  I used to think that every good mystery-thriller needed a great plot twist.  These days, I know better.  Today I’m sharing with you six mystery-thriller books that I adored despite them being, for the most part, predictable.  Don’t worry - I’m not giving out any spoilers; “predictable” is different for everyone. All synopses… Continue reading Predictable Mysteries (That I Loved Anyway)

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Eight TV Shows I Want to Watch in 2020

Hello friends! It's no question that I'm bad at keeping up with tv shows - I get bored, abandon them, or simply forget about them completely. With most shows it feels like the creators are milking them way past their limit, making them feel empty and meaningless. However, that has never stopped me from wanting… Continue reading Eight TV Shows I Want to Watch in 2020

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Rereading My Favorite Books of the Decade: Part 1

Ahh, I can already see this project eating up my time - and during the exam period because of course - but I'm excited so we are doing this. That's right, I'm about to reread ten of my favorite books from the decade, and I'm scared, excited, and, well, overwhelmed, so if you have a… Continue reading Rereading My Favorite Books of the Decade: Part 1

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The Worst Reads of the Second Half of 2019

Hello friends! I don't think "worst" read lists are all that popular these days, at least I don't really see them around, but I love to write and read them. I think ranting is fun especially if you find fellow readers/bloggers who are on the same opinion as you, or if someone tells you why… Continue reading The Worst Reads of the Second Half of 2019

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The Best Reads of the Second Half of 2019

Hello friends! If you know me at all, you likely know that I read a lot, which is why I opted for making my yearly favorites and least favorites lists bi-yearly in 2019. This means that at the beginning of July, you've already gotten my favorite reads of the first half of the year, and… Continue reading The Best Reads of the Second Half of 2019

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2019 November, aka the Month of Mediocre Books and Hey, I Met Leigh Bardugo!

Hello friends! The closer we get to the end of the year, the more quickly time seems to fly by. I feel like the month has just started, and yet, when I'm penning these lines, we're already more than halfway through November... which means that the end of the semester is fast approaching, and I'm… Continue reading 2019 November, aka the Month of Mediocre Books and Hey, I Met Leigh Bardugo!

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The Best & the Brightest: My Favorite 2019 Releases

Hello friends! If you're a part of the book-blogging community, and/or if you have a Goodreads account, I'm sure you've heard about the Goodreads Choice Awards, a yearly readers' choice (😂) award where we are supposed to be celebrating the best books of 2019. Of course, this could be a great thing, however, there have… Continue reading The Best & the Brightest: My Favorite 2019 Releases

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The Creepiest Apartments Await You in Lock Every Door by Riley Sager

No visitors. No nights spent away from the apartment. No disturbing the other residents, all of whom are rich or famous or both. These are the only rules for Jules Larsen's new job as an apartment sitter at the Bartholomew, one of Manhattan's most high-profile and mysterious buildings. Recently heartbroken and just plain broke, Jules… Continue reading The Creepiest Apartments Await You in Lock Every Door by Riley Sager

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7 Unreliable Narrators You Don’t Want To Miss

Love them or hate them, unreliable narrators can make a book 1000x more fun. There's something so captivating about a person who might be lying through their teeth while pretending to be completely transparent. Don't get me wrong, not every unreliable narrator is skillfully written - but they don't deserve a bad rep just because… Continue reading 7 Unreliable Narrators You Don’t Want To Miss