[Blog Tour Review] Gertie Milk And The Keeper Of Lost Things by Simon Van Booy

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[Book Haul] September – Books Showtime and Wrap Up!!

Welcome, October – my birth month!

My birthday is already approaching and I’m not so excited about it, to be honest, but I’m glad if someone sends a gift for me. I will happily accept and appreciate it. *hinting anyone to really send a gift to me* *giggly smirking*

I really love this month even I don’t like the idea that this is the month of creepiness.

Then again, I will be showing you the hauls and purchase I made this September.

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September Haul

♦ (ARC) Timeless: Diego and the Rangers of the Vastlantic by Armand Baltazar ◊

The Rattled Bones by S. M. Harper ♦

Soul City by Mon D Rea ◊

Elemental Ninjas by Mon D Rea ♦


Since I participated two blog tour this September. I already read Girls Made of Snow and Glass by Melissa Bashardoust, and Warcross by Marie Lu. Click the hyperlink for each review I wrote.

I also read The 100 by Kass Morgan which I’m a bit disappointed. See my review here to know why.

As I already using nowadays my Netgalley account, I’ve been given the chance to read four graphic novels that I already review on the site itself and one here on my blog.

I received my PageHabit box for the month of August and I also do unboxing and review it here. I love its content even the featured book the YA Fiction, The Rattled Bones.

This month was awesome as I already making some changes and lots of productivity, though these succeeding days I just don’t feel motivated even in my bookstagram. *sigh

That’s my hauls and wrap up. See you then 😀


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[ARC Review] Quiet Girl In A Noisy World by Debbie Tung

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[Review] The 100 by Kass Morgan

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PageHabit: August Box [YA Fiction] Unboxing and Review

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Have you ever heard some book box subscriptions? Have you heard from one of them, PageHabit?

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[Blog Tour Review] Warcross by Marie Lu

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Disclosure: I got a physical ARC of this book as a blog tour participant. All the opinions view here are mine and mine alone only. Thank you @ Penguin Random House International – G.P. Putnam’s Sons Books for Young Readers and Rafael @theroyalpolarbearreads for hosting this tour and making me a part of it.



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[Book Haul] August – Books Showtime and Wrap Up!!

Hi, Guys!

It is now September so that means time for sharing my book hauls and wrap up this past month, August. It was a great haul by the way and I acquired new bookish items like bookmarks and inspired cards. Also, book sleeves.

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August Haul

Both of Me by Jonathan Friesen ◊

A Million Junes by Emily Henry ♦

Hereville: How Mirka Got Her Sword (Hereville #1) by Barry Deutsch ◊

The First Escape (The Doppel Ganger Chronicles #1) by G. P. Taylor ♦

♦ The Great Mogul Diamond (The Doppel Ganger Chronicles #3) by G. P. Taylor ◊

◊ The Graces by Laure Eve ♦

♦ Price of Eden (Aquarius Rising #3) by Brian Burt ◊

◊ Black Gate Vol. 1 – 3 by Yukiko Sumiyoshi ♦

♦ Made in the Image of the Goddess (The Legacy of Zyanthia #1) by Chantelle Griffin ◊


Aside from the books, I also bought and received bookish stuff like bookmarks, inspired cards and book sleeves. Here are the following items:

⇒ Inspired Percy Jackson Bookmarks (Card and Magnetic) with Poseidon (my Dad hahaha) & my blog logo plus the freebies that crescent and my blog name bookmark :D. All from @the.bookish.marks. Thank you 🙂 You can check their shop too for some awesome bookmarks or you can customize your own, your choice.

⇒ The Legacy of Zyanthia Inspired Cards given to me along with the book by Ms. Chantelle. Thank you, too 😀

⇒ Bookmark from Mr. Burt. Thank you again.

⇒ The DIY bookmarks from Paige, @popthebutterfly which bear my name and handle name in Instagram. Thank you for making that and I really appreciate your efforts.

⇒ Book sleeves [not in the photo sort of I forgot to include] from @therusticlibrary. They are quite good and I love them.

I only read three books from last month which is not good. I will surely catch up this month since I know I have more time this month. By the way, these are the books that I have read and review on my blog:

Ψ Cool As Cucumber (The Absurd Tales of Mr. Griffs #2) by Jonathan & Keren Joseph

Ψ Both of Me by Jonathan Friesen

Ψ Girls Made of Snow and Glass by Melissa Bashardoust

I think that’s all I can say from August throwbacks. Hope you enjoy your short stay 😀


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[Blog Tour Review] Girls Made Of Snow And Glass by Melissa Bashardoust

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Disclosure: I got a physical ARC of this book as a blog tour participant. All the opinions view here are mine and mine alone only. Thank you @Macmillan – Flatiron Books and Karina for hosting this tour and making me a part of it.



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[Review] Both Of Me by Jonathan Friesen

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[Review] Cool As Cucumber by Jonathan & Keren Joseph

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Disclosure: *An ebook copy of this book was given to me by the authors as a gift and I hereby review it with my honest opinion. All of my thoughts expressed here are mine and mine alone as best as reading the novel. Taking this opportunity to give my thanks to Mr. Jonathan and Ms. Keren Joseph for giving me a chance to read their book a second time around.*



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