Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda was quite an interesting read. It really made me question towards whether I’m falling out of love with contemporary novels or not. It did take me 100 pages to really get into the story which was quite disappointing yet it did leave me intrigued waiting for the real Blue… Continue reading Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda by Becky Albertalli (SPOILER FREE)
I’m so glad I read The Mastery of Love by Don Miguel Ruiz. It was such a beautiful book that left me filled from head to toe with love. Transcending! I highly recommend that you pick up this book if you are interested in the deeper meaning behind relationships, connections, love, self-love and life itself.… Continue reading The Mastery of Love by Don Miguel Ruiz (SPOILER FREE)
The Road of Us by Sarah Maamari was the most beautiful poetry book I have ever read in my entire life. It was beautifully written, relatable, raw and honest. I absolutely loved it! It was filled with emotion that I was able to connect with having gone through my own break up last year. I… Continue reading The Road of Us by Sarah Maamari (SPOILER FREE)
11/5: It’s so weird to think, like actually think, about how we are literal living, breathing things. That we have lives. That we have things to do on this earth. I felt a little bit insignificant today thinking about how what us humans think of as normal and what we do within a day is… Continue reading A look into my diary: 11/5:
I’ve expressed my love for reading pretty clearly over this blog but something you may not know about me is … I love to sing. Singing has always been something that I’ve loved to do from singing to the radio in the car when I was young to now singing with my guitar surrounded by… Continue reading Sidney & Singing !!
Ambica Uppal is a Toronto based Poet who recently wrote a poetry book titled, Malhaar, ready to be released this year on the 18th of April. I absolutely LOVE poetry and was unbelievably flattered that she asked me to read her ARC yet unfortunately I was disappointed with the results. While I enjoyed the three… Continue reading Malhaar by Ambica Uppal (SPOILER FREE)
City of Fallen Angels, the fourth book in The Mortal Instruments series, by Cassandra Clare was such a fun book to read. It was humorous, revolved around Simon and involved a lot of new characters such as Kyle and Camille. I really enjoyed this book yet see why some consider it as the weakest in the… Continue reading City of Fallen Angels by Cassandra Clare (SPOILER FREE)