Ten Characters I Won’t Forget

“When writing a novel a writer should create living people; people not characters. A character is a caricature.” ― Ernest Hemingway, Death in the Afternoon They either left my heart broken or their stories let my soul be taken or they're just handsome to be forgotten! - THE HANDSOME 1. Gale of The Hunger Games Series by Suzanne Collins The Who: Katniss Everdeen's… Continue reading Ten Characters I Won’t Forget

DAY Fifteen

I am halfway now in the 30 Day Book Challenge! Yikes! Here’s the question: 15. A character who you can relate to the most. I think I will give two characters because there are two ladies from the novel that I can relate to. First is Mia of If I Stay. I can relate to… Continue reading DAY Fifteen

DAY Four

Again, 30 Day Book Challenge is beckysblogs' awesome idea! Here’s the question for the challenge’s Day Four. Book turned into movie and completely desecrated. Don’t judge the book by its movie. I have come to conclude that this statement is really true. With the question for the day, I think The Fault in Our Stars movie version… Continue reading DAY Four

BOOK READS: A Review of ‘Where She Went’ by Gayle Forman

After liking If I Stay (If I Stay, #1)  a lot, I can't wait to have my eyes on its sequel. But maybe because of too much excitement, I ended up getting frustrated while reading the first 50 or more pages of the book. Is it just me?, or sequels are really not as great… Continue reading BOOK READS: A Review of ‘Where She Went’ by Gayle Forman