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9 Bookish Summer Activities to Try Right Now

#1. Book Club: One of the activities I recommend to try this summer is to join a book club. This is probably one of the greatest places to meet new people, make some friends and dedicate time to read. If... Continue Reading →

Summer (and not only) must haves every true book lover will fall in love with

It is no secret that I love books. In addition, summer is my favorite season during which I have more time to read books. I always have one in my bag but the feeling laying down on the beach exploring... Continue Reading →

Upcoming Book Releases in June (part 2)

Summer is the best time of the year to start a new book! Here are six fresh and new releases to enjoy during the long days and chilly nights!

Let the Summer Begin With These New Releases

#1. The Right Stud by Tia Louise and Ilsa Madden-Mills — Sexy Romance — "Jax Roland is famous. He’s arrogant. He’s a real estate dealmaker, and the sexy, muscled host of The Right Stud, the number one home improvement show on the... Continue Reading →

New Book Releases To Start The Summer With

With long days and chilly nights, summer is the best and most favourite part of the year for all of us. Here are the new releases to enjoy the season. #1. Regrets Only by Erin Duffy — Women's Fiction — "Featuring a... Continue Reading →

Short Books That Are So Quick To Read That You Can Finish Them In A Weekend

Now you do not have excuse to miss reading books.

Review: The Little Bookshop On The Seine (The Little Paris Collection, Book 1) by Rebecca Raisin

I bought The Little Bookshop on the Seine just to have another easy read on me. I was sick and tired of reading serious books and decided that it is a high time to escape a real life – just... Continue Reading →

Upcoming Book Releases in May

#1. Bro Code by Kendall Ryan — Sexy Romance — She's falling for her older brother's best friend. "When I sneak into his room to prove him wrong, things go from crazy to downright sinful. And it turns out, Barrett’s right. There’s... Continue Reading →

The Best World’s Shortest Stories That Say It All

#1. Bad Luck by Alan E. Mayer: I awoke to searing pain all over my body. I opened my eyes and saw a nurse standing by my bed. “Mr. Fujima,” she said. “You were lucky to have survived the bombing... Continue Reading →

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