This is why you need to add ‘The Turn of the Key’ to your winter reading list

I don’t purchase books too often, but when I do, it’s typically because I have a hunch that the book in question will be one that endures several re-reads from me, based on what I can pull from the synopsis. And that’s exactly what’s happened with a book I recently snagged from Indigo’s titled ‘The … More This is why you need to add ‘The Turn of the Key’ to your winter reading list

This is why Ghost Files should be on your reading list

If you’ve been following my blog for a little while, you’re likely aware of my fascination with the paranormal. I find the supernatural world positively enthralling, and while it simultaneously scares the shit out of me, I’m always educating myself further on the topic. I went to Indigo’s with my sister about a month ago … More This is why Ghost Files should be on your reading list

The Girl on the Train

I recently finished reading Paula Hawkins’ The Girl On The Train, and I wanted to dedicate a post to it because I found it so riveting. Categorized as a psychological thriller novel, this story follows the characters of Rachel, Anna, Megan, Scott and Tom, and the dramatically complicated sense of interconnectedness that exists between them. The … More The Girl on the Train

Think You Know Everything About Harry Potter?

I came across an interesting article a couple of days ago discussing some potentially unknown facts about the Harry Potter series. I personally consider myself a Potterhead, but there were some items discussed in the article I was unaware of. Harry and J.K. Rowling share the same birthday (June 31) Rowling developed the names of the four Hogwarts houses … More Think You Know Everything About Harry Potter?

Book Review: The Subtle Art of Not Giving A Fu*K: A Counterintuitive Approach To Living A Good Life

Self-help books are not exactly what I would refer to as my genre of preference. I have nothing against them specifically, however, I would rather read a book with a with a tremendous storyline that has me gripping the pages in anticipation. I had heard about Mark Manson’s text The Subtle Art of Not Giving A … More Book Review: The Subtle Art of Not Giving A Fu*K: A Counterintuitive Approach To Living A Good Life

The Importance of Reading Classic Literature

I personally enjoy reading. It has always been something I have found pleasure in doing, with the exception of having to read rather dry texts throughout my university career, and I believe reading is an incredibly beneficial practice. It enhances both the mind and the imagination, and for some, it is a means to achieve … More The Importance of Reading Classic Literature

My Favourite Novels

In lieu of the post I created several days ago regarding some supposed interesting facts about myself, I thought I would do a similar post by listing my favourite texts and novels. I love literature and arguably always will, therefore I must acknowledge that this list is not something I hastily pulled together. It demonstrates … More My Favourite Novels

Book Review: Thomas Maltman’s Little Wolves

I discovered Thomas Maltman’s novel Little Wolves whilst searching through the bookcase in our house in hopes of designating some new reading material. I was unsure of where exactly this book came from and eventually learned that my sister purchased it from Chapter’s at a discounted price. I had never heard of nor read any … More Book Review: Thomas Maltman’s Little Wolves

Book Review: Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them

J.K. Rowling is undoubtedly responsible for sparking my passion towards reading and writing. As a child her Harry Potter texts were the first books that I truly immersed myself within, and my love for this series continues to this day. I have re-read each and every Harry Potter book at least five times, and I … More Book Review: Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them