Showing posts from March, 2015

March Wrap-Up

Hey Guys!
It's the end of March and this is my end of the month wrap-up.
My wrap-up is a bit small as I have been watching too many Korean Dramas and I haven't been in the reading mood this month.

Breakfast at Tiffany's by Truman Capote
So I read Breakfast at Tiffany's because of the premise of the film. I had never seen the whole film before I read the book. But when I picked this book up I really enjoyed it. I only liked Breakfast at Tiffany's than the rest of the stories as they were a little confusing to me. 

If I Stay by Gayle Foreman
I picked this book up because I saw the film trailer and I wanted to see it. After reading it, I am not quite sure if I want to see the film. This book was about a girl's choice into wanting to stay alive or say goodbye. I liked the general story and how Mia was able to see all her family and her boyfriend but the ending was predictable and I didn't enjoy the book than I hoped I did. 

The Sin Eater's Daughter by Melinda Sali…

March 2015 Book Haul

Hey Everyone!

This is my March Book Haul.

I have a total of 9 books to show you all.

So I am going to mention three of the books that I didn't receive at the end of February now.

(Bottom row - left to right)

Lux Beginnings by Jennifer L. Armentrout - I have seen this book floating around on BookTube and since I enjoyed White Hot Kiss, I took the chance and purchased this.

Valkyrie by Kate O'Hearn - I have the second book in the series and I have been meaning the get the first book before I read the second.

Still Alice by Lisa Genova - I saw the movie trailer starring Julianne Moore and I was very curious with the book.

(Top row)

Secret Garden by Johanna Basford

Enchanted Forest by Johanna Basford

I saw the book Enchanted Forest on Casey Ann Books Youtube channel. I didn't know about Adult Colouring books and immediately ordered mine on Book Depository. I have done a blog post about this last week which you can find here

(Top to bottom)
The Rose Revived by Katie Fforde - I have a huge l…

Kill Me, Heal Me

So recently, I had finished watching Kill Me, Heal Me. This is a Korean Drama and I have been obsessed over them for 4 years now. 

This drama is about a 28 year old man called Cha DoHyun with D.I.D (Dissociative Identity Disorder) or Multiple Identity Disorder. He is the third generation chabol in his family's company and has kept his disorder from then. After a traumatic event that occurred when he was a child, Cha DoHyun lost his memories and in order to not feel the emotional pain, he created 6 different personalities. 
He meets a psychiatrist, Oh RiJin, through one of his personalities who has a close attachment to her. She discovers about his disorder and keeps it a secret. She is then asked to be Cha DoHyun's secret physician and tries to help him cope with the people sharing his head and help him with his forgotten memories. 

Shin SeGi is the dangerous but more emotional personality. He has a strong feelings towards Oh RiJin and has tried many times for her to love him and…

Enchanted Forest by Johanna Basford.

For the last two days, I have been obsessed with this book and I can't stop.
Enchanted Forest by Johanna Basford is an Adult colouring book. Johanna Basford is an amazing illustrator and Enchanted Forest is her second released colouring book. 
I haven't had a colouring book for a very long time and when I saw this, I immediately purchased it.
I also have Secret Garden and I can't wait to start on it.  

If you have not got either of these books. Then I demand you to buy one right now. This book is fantastic. The detail on the illustrations are amazing and you will fall in love with this book.
I have spent so much time with these books. It is truly addicted and the illustration is beautiful.
You can get this on Amazon and on Book Depository.
I hope that you get the chance to buy this book and enter back into your childhood. 
Happy Colouring xx

Love, Rosie Movie Review

Hey Guys!
This is my first movie review.
This post will be about Love, Rosie starring Lilly Collins (Abduction, Snow White and the seven dwarfs) and Sam Claflin (The Hunger Games and Snow White and The Huntsman) 

This film is based off the book Where Rainbows Ends by P.S I Love You writer Cecelia Ahearn. 
The film is about two childhood friends growing up and separating their lives into other relationships. But the film is about the friendship between Rosie and Alex, and the confusing factor... Can friends be something more?
My personal view of this film is that I liked it. I didn't hate it. There were many changes from the book to the film but I am not judging what was put onto screen. 
When I saw the film trailer, I was very curious about the book and I am very happy that I read it. As I said earlier, there were many changes to the final script. 
The film follows Rosie in the most part of the film, as she has a bigger character development. She starts as a teenager, then becomes a moth…

February Book Haul 2015

Hey Guys!
I have another Book Haul for you.
I have 7 books to show you. In January I showed you 21 books and I am proud of this months book haul. 
Also, I have purchased a few other books but I haven't received them yet so I will include them in my March Book Haul.  
So here are the 7 book that I have got this February.

After finishing Throne of Glass by Sarah J. Maas. I then purchased the rest of the series. Crown of Midnight, Heir of Fire and The Assassin's Blade.

I knew that the second book of Veronica Mars was coming out and I had to purchase it. Note that the bottle next to it is marshmallow shower gel and it's amazing. 

The Sin's Eater's Daughter by Melinda Salisbury and Angelfall by Susan EE. 

Breakfast At Tiffany's by Truman Capote. I have always wanted to read this book since I saw the film. The cover is gorgeous and I cannot wait.
I hope you guys liked this book haul. I am sorry for the late post.
Hope to see you in another post.
Happy Reading xx