I've been wanting to make my blog more fun, and creative, so this is just one of many things that I want to add to wordly goods. I do have to give credit to other bloggers, because I've been seeing posts titled "Top Ten Tuesday" and "Standalone Sunday", and I really wanted to make something … Continue reading Wishful Wednesday
I had been eagerly anticipating this book, it came out this month. I wrapped up reading it last night, and I couldn't wait to post a review of it. Flame in the Mist was a surprising and fresh read, so far I haven't read a book like it! It's set in ancient Japan, so the … Continue reading Flame in the Mist (by Renee Ahdieh) review
Wow, my first award! Awesome! Thank you so much for this award Sofia! Please check out her blog, it's great and she posts thoughtful and fun topics. 🙂 RULES You must acknowledge who has nominated you and also share their links. Share 11 facts about yourself. Answer the 11 questions that you have been … Continue reading Liebster Award (My first award!)
I have been wanting to read this book ever since I read and loved the Throne of Glass (also written by Sarah J. Maas) series. I finally read it, and it was everything I hoped it would be! Amazing story, Sarah J. Maas is one of my favorite authors. She wrote A Court of Thorns and … Continue reading A Court of Thorns and Roses review (by Sarah J. Maas)
Hey everyone! Today, I received an achievement saying that I've been here on WordPress for one year!!! Wow, I honestly can't believe it. I want to thank my followers, when I started this blog, I was completely new to blogging, and had no idea if anyone would find my book reviews helpful. You guys have … Continue reading One-year anniversary on wordly goods!
Malala Yousafzai is one incredible young woman. I had heard on the news when she was shot by the Taliban on her way home from school. She was only fifteen years old then. I was shocked, horrified, but most of all, confused. Why would someone shoot a girl just because she went to school? As … Continue reading I am Malala: How one girl stood up for education and changed the world (book review)
Welcome, welcome! Welcome to Caraval! Beware of getting swept too far away! And that's exactly what happened to me. Caraval is a fun, refreshing, and mysterious read. Really, I couldn't tell what was going to happen, the ending was not predictable, and the characters shined. The whole idea of Caraval was magical, it's a great … Continue reading A review of Caraval (by Stephanie Garber)
Hey everyone! I haven't been blogging much, due to busy and unpredictable life, but I just finished reading an amazing book. I wanted to write a review about it, because it's one incredible story that all readers need to check out. Strange the Dreamer. I saw the title and thought, "What kind of book is … Continue reading Strange the Dreamer (by Laini Taylor)