April Wrap Up

April was another decent reading month for me. *tralaalaaa, yes I'm very consistent, cuz I have read 4 books every month since January* Let's just jump into the wrap-up, shall weee?  YUP.  THOSE WERE ALL THE BOOKS I READ THIS MONTH.  *linked to my goodreads reviews* The Trials of Apollo by Rick Riordan  The Bone [...]

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The Tome Topple Readathon+TBR

The Tome Topple Readathon is BAAACK. Earlier on today, I was watching videos by Caz from Little Book Owl on YouTube (check her announcement video and she had recently posted her Tome Topple Readathon's TBR on her channel, so I got super excited for it! I'm sorry this post is going up late, but GOSH. NAH. IM [...]

Mini Book Reviews #1

Unaccustomed Earth by Jhumpa  Lahiri Jhumpa Lahiri is indeed terrific with words because she will destroy you with only twenty-six letters. I'm serious. I read her book 'The Lowland' two months back and I was simply awe struck and that's how I'm feeling now all over again. The only problem I had was that it [...]

The Story behind seaweedbooks

Hey people!  Today, I'm gonna be sharing with you all the story of how the name 'seaweed books' popped into my head! I was inspired to do this blog post because of my cupcake Zelle over at fragilemyths. Definitely check her wonderful blog if you haven't already.  If you didn't know, I have a goodreads, pinterest [...]

Five Little Pigs by Agatha Christie

Murder is a Drama. The Desire for drama is very strong in the human race. EditMY RATING: 4/5 STARS.  (29TH OCTOBER 2016) *11:30 pm* *in a daze* WHOA. WHOA. just. AMAZING. (30TH OCTOBER 2016) So yesterday night, at 11:30 pm I'd finished this cracker of a book. And I wanted to write my review asap. [...]

Sparkling Cyanide by Agatha Christie 

Rosemary for Remembrance Good news to the people who haven't read this book and yet want to re a this book: This is a non spoilery review! So, read away! MY RATING: 4/5 stars *my Goodreads review, crisp and short* Oh she has done it once again. Christie, you little devil. We get the perspectives [...]