Spring is here and summer is fast apporaching, it’s getting to that time during the year when exams are nearly done with (thank God!) and the endless stream of summer is calling for adventures, and long days with a book whilst the sun beams in through the window. Christian romance is a very niche category […]Read more "carrington springs series by erynn mangum"
There seems to be an unspoken rule in our generation, that it’s okay to be you, unless you no longer fit into societies standards of ‘being you’ or ‘normal’. We have gotten to the point where we are all so different, that different, strange, unique, call it what you want – is now the new […]Read more "sunday musings: it’s okay to be you"
in comparison to my last post I wrote, the weather has drastically changed; the sun has been beaming for three days straight in contrast to the turmoil of weather we’ve experienced since the start of this year. I don’t think it’s a coincidence that it’s aligned with us entering the second quarter of the year. […]Read more "a small reminder: exams + health"
it’s currently raining and grey outside. I left the house this morning, jumped on the bus with Penny and Sparrow ringing through my ears, whilst trying to avoid any possible eye contact with the other human beings on the bus. however, one lady caught my eye and a smile was shared between us – it’s […]Read more "mid-week musings: stillness"
Yes, it is the end of march and I’m reading christmas books! Christmas has no limits for me – everyday is christmas day. I’m very much an enthusiast for (romance) books set around christmas, as they tend to be light-hearted and an easy read. I originally read one of Rosie Blake’s books – How to Get […]Read more "how to stuff up christmas by rosie blake"