Dear Monday, i’m so sorry to tell you this, but today, today Monday, i absolutely hate you. i’m usually okay with the start of a week. I’m not happy about it, but i’m okay. Monday = new week = new possibilities, right? But for some reason, it is terribly hard for me to be my … Continue reading The One When I Hate You.
Played on : Xbox One Gone Home was not really what i expected it to be and i think that, because of those expectations, i didn’t enjoyed it as much as i could have. In my mind, before i started, this was gonna be horror...or at least some kind of darker story. it may be … Continue reading Sarah plays GONE HOME
I think that by looking at the title, you guys have no idea whee the hell i’m going with this blog post, do you? Don’t worry, i don’t really either but there’s a couple of things i want to share with you so i’m making this kind of messy post with a little bit of … Continue reading Christmas decorations, high anxiety and red velvet.
I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. I had such a good time reading this book! It was exactly what i wanted and it was extremely well-done. Ryan is just an interesting character. He's stuck in a difficult position and i couldn't stop feeling bad for him. I just … Continue reading Blog Tour- review – Loud Music by Gloria L Geiger
Ohh, a tag! haven't done one of those in a little while. This one is called the Netflix book tag, it was made for me, haha. 1. Recently Watched// The last book you finished readingThat would be my Harry Potter reread and obviously it was perfect!! 2. Top Picks// A book/books that have been recommended … Continue reading The Netflix book tag
oh, look at that. Sarah reread a Harry Potter book...how surprising. But hey, since i talk about everything I read, it’s only fair that i give a quick mention of this one too. Chamber of Secrets was always my least favorite HP, but i feel like my last two reread may have change it all. … Continue reading Reread : Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets
Paul Sheldon. He's a bestselling novelist who has finally met his biggest fan. Her name is Annie Wilkes and she is more than a rabid reader - she is Paul's nurse, tending his shattered body after an automobile accident. But she is also his captor, keeping him prisoner in her isolated house. This book took … Continue reading Review : Misery by Stephen King