WWW Wednesday #7 | September 11,2019

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Gah! How I missed doing WWW Wednesdays! ❤ It’s been such a long time since I’ve had a quick reading update for you guys and I’m really sorry for that. Life is just so freaking hectic lately (but fun kind of hectic, I must say ;). So here’s a quick update for ya! P.S. I’m slowly getting back to historical romances lately so don’t be surprised if I have a lot of them in my lists below 😉

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Like I said, I’m slowly getting back to historical romances lately and I couldn’t be happier! ❤ I thought I have long outgrown the genre, but ever since I discovered #romancelandia in Instagram – and oh how friendly and wonderful the romance bloggers are there!!! – I was inspired to read from the genre again. I must say,  best decision ever! Now I’m discovering so many new-to-me authors like Sarah Maclean, Nalini Singh, and Kennedy Ryan. Of course my ultimate favourite Julia Quinn will always have  a special shoutout from me forever! 😉

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Because of Miss Bridgerton and The Girl With The Make Believe Husband are books one and two of the Rokesby series by Julia Quinn, respectively. This series is a prequel to the very well-known and well-loved (and is gonna be a Netflix series soon!!!) Bridgerton series!! 🙂 I loved both of these book so much that I instantly got into the third book in the series – see The Other Miss Bridgerton  in currently reading above. 😉

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I’m really quite undecided still, but I’m putting all three of these titles here because I have started all of them but stopped at some point. Oh the shame I’m feeling right now. 😉 I know, all these are such high-rated books but I don’t know, I wasn’t just feeling any them when I read them I guess.


So that’s my quick update for you! I wanna know what you guys are currently reading too and how are you liking them so far?

*WWW Wednesday is a meme hosted by Taking on a World of Worlds. 

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Book Talk: Long Shot by Kennedy Ryan

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Friday Check-In #2: July 5, 2019

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Friday Check-In is meme I sorta created here to give you guys an update about what I’m currently reading as end the week, and my overall reading plans for the weekend. If you’re doing it as well, please don’t forget to tag me so I can have a peak into your weekend reading plans, too! 🌟 Continue reading

Mid-Year Freak Out: 2019! a.ka. Why Is It All About Daisy Jones?

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Oh god, it’s July?! Somebody please tell me how the first six months went by THAT fast. Phew. Today I’m doing the mid-year tag, and a couple of blinks later I’m probably be doing the Year End tag already. Crazy.

But in the mean time, let’s review how the first half of 2019 went. Continue reading

Top Ten Tuesday: Most Anticipated Releases for the Second Half of 2019!

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I honestly thought that I’m going to have a hard time doing this Tuesday’s prompt because if you’d personally ask me what releases I’m anticipating for the second half of 2019, I would tell you point blank that I don’t have any. 😅 Seriously, I’m so bad with keeping up with new releases and their publication dates. I’ll just know when a book’s out when…well, they’re out.

So I tried looking into my Goodreads TBR and as it turns out, I have quite a lot of “wanna reads” that are gonna be released on the latter half of 2019. So yay! I have a list! 🥰

Without further a do (which is basically me just saying that I should shut up now and just proceed with this post!), here’s my Top 10 Most Anticipated Releases for the Second Half of 2019!

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Blog Tour: Patron Saints of Nothing by Randy Ribay

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(Disclaimer: I received this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review. I would like to thank Penguin Random House for the opportunity to review this gem, and Bookworms Unite PH for making this blog tour possible.)

Patron Saints of Nothing is THE book that all Filipino readers long for, whether they know it or not. Continue reading