I love music; it’s something that’s been in my life since day one. Today, I thought I’d share some of the music I currently love (or are just simply stuck in my head), so you can maybe discover new sounds. ❤ track one // “stone cold,” demi Lovato ” I was your amber, but now she’s your… Continue reading listening on repeat
Hello, my pretty chickens! Welcome to a new segment on Thin Paperbacks called Mail Time with Linh, where I patiently wait for packages to come and unwrap them! Today I bring you July’s LitJoyCrate unboxing, a book subscription box company for readers of all ages, from toddler to adult. As a LitJoyCrate rep, I was sent… Continue reading mail time with linh: litjoycrate july unboxing
Hola, my pretty chickens! I’ve actually read an average amount of books in July *gasps* and here’s a mini recap and review session of all those books, along with a TBR list (that I probably won’t follow, let’s be honest) of the books I’d like to read in August. Let’s get into it! july wrap-up… Continue reading july wrap-up & august tbr
Bring out the champagne flutes and sparkling apple juice, kids! It’s time to celebrate! Why is it celebration time, you may ask? There are many causes of celebration. I’ll list them out for you: I’ve hit over 100 followers on my blog. What!? It feels weird that I’ve made it to such an important milestone.… Continue reading a mini celebration & a big thank you
We’re a little over halfway through the year, and I’ve finally read 50 books (but I’m still a good 29 books behind my goal haha)! I saw Vivian from Inked in Pages do the Mid-Year Freak Out tag where you freak out over the books you’ve read so far this year, and it looked too fun… Continue reading mid-year freak out tag
Carry On // Rainbow Rowell genre: YA, fantasy, romance, LGBT rating: ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ (5 stars) edition: firdt edition, hardcover, 522 pages publisher: St. Martin’s Griffin (October 6th, 2015) goodreads | amazon | barnes & noble | book depository Simon Snow is the worst chosen one who’s ever been chosen. That’s what his roommate, Baz, says. And… Continue reading carry on: book review
The Legend of Tarzan was disappointing. Let’s talk about why.