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WELCOME TO THE SLIPSTREAM: A Blunt Illustration of Family and Growing Up

    "It was the thing I was most curios about in the whole world, because if I knew who Mom really was, I'd know who I really was."     Welcome to the Slipstream by Natalka Burian Published on June 6 2017 by Simon Pulse Format: Hardcover Links:  Book Depository Affiliate Link || Amazon || Goodreads Reminiscent of… Continue reading WELCOME TO THE SLIPSTREAM: A Blunt Illustration of Family and Growing Up

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[Blog Tour + International Giveaway] MONSTERS & ANGELS by Anne Marie Andrus

Monsters & Angels by Anne Marie Andrus  Publication date: October 11th 2017 Genres: Historical, New Adult, Paranormal Romance Fledgling nurse Sorcha Alden knew she had the skills to save lives, but she never dreamed that her own life would be the one in danger. Driven by tragedy to honor her family name, Sorcha embarks on a journey that takes… Continue reading [Blog Tour + International Giveaway] MONSTERS & ANGELS by Anne Marie Andrus

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Belle’s Bookish Tales || WHY I STILL WRITE REVIEWS

I used to think that the sole purpose of a book blog was for reviews. As I navigated through these foreign lands, I understood that there where no rules when it comes to be being a book blog: if it's about books, write. If it's not, then relate to books. Well, it was a very… Continue reading Belle’s Bookish Tales || WHY I STILL WRITE REVIEWS

Guest Post · mental health

Guest Post on Mental Illness ||Bipolar II: The Importance of a Correct Diagnosis

Happy Sunday, my darling dreamers! So continuing with out mental health series, today's guest post highlights the importance of being diagnosed correctly. I haven't had the experience myself, so I really want to thank Nina from Looseleaf Reviews for bringing this to my blog. When I was sixteen, I was diagnosed with general anxiety and… Continue reading Guest Post on Mental Illness ||Bipolar II: The Importance of a Correct Diagnosis

Guest Post · mental health

Guest Post on Mental Illness|| Living with Anorexia, Depression and Anxiety as a Young Person

When we talk about mental illness, there's already a picture in our head of what we think it looks like. We always see the after picture of it, when really we should try to understand how it begins. To be able to know how it starts gives us a chance to point out patterns that… Continue reading Guest Post on Mental Illness|| Living with Anorexia, Depression and Anxiety as a Young Person