Showing posts from November, 2014

Tiny Book Buy Haul

Basically I got paid (YAY!!!)
So I purchased some books.
Only a few. I didn't go crazy on the book buy but I am looking forward to reading them. 

So the first book I purchased is Girl Online by Zoe Sugg also known as Zoella. I have been super super excited for this book to come out. Everyone in the blogging world knows Zoe and her blog and YouTube channel. Her career as a YouTuber is incredible and her journey to reach a huge following on her channel. I haven't started reading it yet but I will soon and I will definitely do a book review.

I am currently reading this book and I love it soo much. This is The 100 by Kass Morgan, this book is now a TV show in America with the same title with Eliza Taylor playing Clarke. I really like the show and did not know it was based off a book. I am only half way finished. I am not much into the Sci-fiction novels but this is a really good book.

I also purchased the second book in The 100 trilogy. This is The 100 Day 21. Basically it has been 21 …

Grace's Guide The Art Of Pretending To Be An Adult By Grace Helbig

Grace Helbig is a very popular American YouTuber, She records videos in her own home and makes fun of herself and other people(in a straight face).
I have been of a fan of her channel for not that long and I really like her sense of humor, a lot of confusion on her face and I really love her channel.
Her book is a healthy guide of tips on what to do if you are in need of help. Like how to host an adult party, how to do an interview and lots more. These tip are so hilarious, the pictures in the book are very funny so you are constantly entertained at every page you turn, the pages are colourful and over all a fantastic book. 
You can get this book on Amazon or any bookshop. 
*no one has asked me to write a review. This is my own opinion*

Book Series That I Have Read And Won't Buy

So I was searching Book Tubers videos and I discovered a video called Series I Won't Finish. This is by the Youtuber ReadByZoe and it was a very interesting video. 
She basically explains that she purchased some books from a series and explains why she stopped buying them.
So I will be doing something else. Before I got a job, I always went to my school Library (OMG they still exist!!) and I borrowed lots and lots of books. The truth is, I borrowed these books due to browsing but I realized that after reading them in a series I didn't want to spent too much money on a book series that I would never read again.
I'll explain. So you buy a book and you read it, you found it really good and add that book into your book collection but the truth is you haven't picked up that book since you finished reading it. While your always going to be buy books, that one book that you read years and years ago is now collecting dust and tiny spiders (I once found a spider crawling on the si…

Burn For Burn Trilogy by Jenny Han

This book series would have to be my favorite by Jenny Han. Also this book was written by Siobhan Vivian. 

Burn For Burn was released in September 2012. This book follows Mary, the shy new girl, Lilia the popular Asian cheerleader and Kat, the Rebel. All Three girls have one thing in common, they want revenge. Lilia used to trust boys but after what happened at the end of summer, she hates them and wants to protect her little sister from them. Ever since the beginning of High school, Kat has been over ridden of rumors from one of her oldest friends who abandoned her after the death of her mother. And Mary is haunted by the memory of a boy she liked, who bullied her until she tried to commit suicide.

Fire With Fire was released in August 2013. This second book gets heated up (Nice pun, Steph. Idiot.) After what happened at homecoming in the first book, Lilia and Kat try to move on and forget what happened. Mary still harbors her hatred over Reeve(the guy who bullied her and called her Bi…

The Summer Trilogy By Jenny Han

So I did a book review from Jenny Han and now I have a new one.

The First book, The Summer I Turned Pretty was released in May 2009. This book follows Belly, every beginning of the summer she goes to a summer beach out in Cousins. She has always done this every single year and it seemed to be a tradition. She goes with her Mum and her other brother Steve. She shares this beach house with her mum's best friend, Susannah and her two sons. Conrad is the eldest and Jeremiah is the youngest. Belly has always had a crush on Conrad but it seems that Conrad is very distant and harsh towards Belly.

The Second book, It's Not Summer Without You was released in April 2010. It is a year later after The Summer I Turned Pretty and a lot has changed. Belly loses the most important person in her life, Susannah dies from cancer and a lot changes after that. We look through flashbacks that Belly and Conrad dated each other but Conrad became mean to Belly and broke up with her *I am sensing a patter…

Splurge from Pay Day

So Last week I was paid from work and I didn't hesitate and went shopping and here is what I bought.

So I went to Boots and purchased my shampoo and conditioner. I am really loving VO5, they are very good for my hair and excellent when I dye it. 

Also from Boots I purchased. Soap and Glory Eyebrow Pencil in Hot Chocolate £8.00. VO5 Nourish Hair Mist £3.99. Barry M Kohl Eye Pencil in Black and Blue, both at £2.99.

I also went on Amazon and purchased some books. The Summer Series and the Burn Series by Jenny Han. I also purchased another book but the parcel arrived after I snapped these. The book was Born Wild by Julie Ann Walker *romance novel. Shh* 

I took a trip to Claire's accessories and purchased some headbands and a cute panda dust plug.The Panda Dust Plug was £3.50 while the headbands were around £3-£5 each.

After Claire's I went into Clinton's and purchased some Yankee Candles. I purchased Amber Moon in a Medium Jar £15.71, Black Coconut in a Medium Jar £15.71 a…