‘Twas The Night Before Christmas Read-Along | Bookmas Day #12

I decided to do a little read-along of the ‘Twas the Night Before Christmas for the last day of Bookmas. Featured is our Hallmark version of the book that my mother has been reading to us kids since I was young. Enjoy the video and let me know what your favourite version looks like in the comments down below!   If you want to see the other posts in the Bookmas blog series you can click here.  This website uses affliate links, you can find more information about it here. 

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Completed Book Series Gift Guide: Bookmas Day #2

Book dragons horde books and what would make a better gift than to give them an entire completed series? We do love our matching covers, lol. So today I thought I would give you a completed book series gift guide! On my blog I read and review primarily young adult fiction so those are primarily going to be my recommendations, although I have added a space for middle grade as well.  So in this post I have created three different levels of readers for you to choose from: Beginner Bookworm (someone just starting out on their reading journey), Advanced Book


Reading Socks | Bookmas Day #6

Welcome to the sixth day of Bookmas! Inspired by the 12 days of Christmas carol I have created a blog series where I am going to give bookish and non-bookish gift ideas for the reader in your life, talk about my favourite part of the holidays, holiday books and so much more. ♬ ON THE FIRST DAY OF BOOKMAS CHRISTINE RECOMMENDED TO ME ♬ READING SOCKS!  The feature of today’s slightly early Sock Sunday would make a great gift to any reader; they are Reading Socks! You can find them in Canada at any Indigo or Chapters. When I first heard that Chapters

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December Hopefuls | Bookmas Day #1

On the first day of Bookmas Christine recommended to me… my December Hopefuls. I cannot believe that it is already December! It is time to start celebrating the holiday season with hot drinks, cozy sweaters, sitting in front of the fireplace and spending time with family and friends. It is also the start of my 12 Days of Bookmas! To get us started with I thought I would tell you guys what I’m hoping to read this month. I’m not planning on too much cause you know how busy it can get this time of year, but I also want

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Books by Canadian Authors to Read on Canada Day

Hello everyone and for those Canadians out there, happy Canada Day! With everyone going on right now I know we can’t really get out to celebrate. So instead while you are relaxing, instead take a gander at these three books that have Canadian authors! I tried to get a variety of books including: middle grade, diverse authors, different genres and more recent releases. So let’s jump right in! Nevers- Sara Cassidy Resourceful fourteen-year-old Odette is on the move again, traveling as a stowaway on a cheese cart with her hapless mother, Anneline. They are in Burgundy, France, in 1799, fleeing

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The Starless Sea | Audiobook Review

By: Erin Morgenstern Length: 18 hours, 34 minutes Publisher: Penguin Random House Genres: Young adult, fantasy, magic realism, romance, adventure, mystery, action.   Goodreads | Indigo | Barnes & Noble | Book Depository | iBooks DISCLAIMER: This review contains spoilers, you have been warned. Read at your own risk! All readers wish that a book from the library could set them on their own adventure. The Starless Sea does exactly what every reader (or at least this one) would love to have in real life. For me, this is a book for readers and for book lovers alike. That alone

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May Hopefuls: a little bit of everything!

  Welcome to my May Hopefuls! I have quite a few this month, because let’s face it with this quarantine I’m not doing too much else. Setting a large goal of eight books, I’ve got a bit of everything from manga to middle grade and audiobooks to adult historical fiction. So let’s dive right in. Spy x Family Vol 1. By: Tatsuya Endo Book in a Nutshell: An action-packed comedy about a fake family that includes a spy, an assassin and a telepath! Why I’m Interested: This is the only manga I have on my list and it is one


2020 Reading Goals

Hey guys! I’m aware it is pretty much the end of January, but I still wanted to get my reading goals for 2020 out there. I really want to get organized and have a productive year and I feel like having my goals announced and in the public view might keep me more accountable to them. I’m trying not to be too ambitious, but enough to keep me busy throughout 2020. So let’s jump in to the six goals I have for the year! 1: Read 50 Books I swear I’m going to keep adding this one until I manage



My name is Christine and I have a slight book addiction problem. I spend most of my spare time reading and when I’m not reading I’m doing reviews. I love all things concerning books and would love to share my experiences with you!
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