Book Review #7 – Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo

Hey there, I finally finished reading Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo. It wasn't a difficult novel to read but it was quite dense, it had a lot of detail, and wasn't a book you could read in broken one-chapter-at-a-time pieces because there was a lot to keep up with. I didn't read the Grisha Trilogy prior… Continue reading Book Review #7 – Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo

OuiPlease Review – A Francophile’s Subscription Box! Is it Worth the Cost?

Hey there, It's been a while since I reviewed anything other than books, but a big mail day finally arrived: OuiPlease arrived at my doorstep (as did my first - and only - Ipsy subscription, but I'll review that another day!). OuiPlease is a "Luxury subscription box ... delivering the finest full-sized French beauty, jewelry,… Continue reading OuiPlease Review – A Francophile’s Subscription Box! Is it Worth the Cost?

Take a Step Into a Bibliophile’s Paradise: James Street Bookseller is a Wonder to Behold!

Hey there, If you're a reader/book lover from Hamilton Ontario, let me tell you about this gem I just discovered. The James Street Bookseller. Now, me having just discovered it doesn't mean it's new by any means! Monique, the lovely owner of the shop, told me that they've been there for six years! Where has it… Continue reading Take a Step Into a Bibliophile’s Paradise: James Street Bookseller is a Wonder to Behold!

Book Review #2 – The Miniaturist by Jessie Burton

Hey there, It's time for another book review! I finally finished The Miniaturist by Jessie Burton,  which wasn't by any means a long book, but just goes to show the difference in time I can dedicate to reading on a weekend versus a weekday. I will not divulge any spoilers in this review, but there will be… Continue reading Book Review #2 – The Miniaturist by Jessie Burton