Feel Me Fall, from James Morris

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Hello, lovelies! Today I’m back with a full review for Feel Me Fall, from James Morris. I have received this book in exchange for an honest review and the moment is here.

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Secrets and survival in the Amazon
Emily Duran is the sole survivor of a plane crash that left her and her teenage friends stranded and alone in the jungles of the Amazon. Lost and losing hope, they struggle against the elements, and each other. With their familiar pecking order no longer in place, a new order emerges, filled with power struggles, betrayals, secrets and lies. Emily must explain why she’s the last left alive.
But can she carry the burden of the past?
Discover the gripping new adventure novel that explores who we are when no one is watching, and how far we’ll go in order to survive.

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Me after finishing this book:

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Mini Reviews: Non Fiction #2

Hello, dearies! I’m back with another batch of mini reviews! Today’s theme is Non Fiction #2! =D I’ve been on the mood to read guides and Art books, so here are more of my reviews for miscellaneous Art books and guides!

In this post, you’ll find mini reviews for:

  • Barbara Purchia & E. Ashley Rooney – Glass Art: 112 Contemporary Artists

  • Britt Johansson – Tattoo Lettering & Banners

  • Marlene Houghton – In Focus Essential Oils

  • Rutter Bethany – PLUS+

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Mini Reviews: DIY #1

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Hello, dearies! I’m back with another batch of mini reviews! Today’s theme is Non Fiction & DIY! =D I’ve been on the mood to read guides and DIY books, so here are more of my reviews for the ones in the DIY department!

In this post, you’ll find mini reviews for:

• Betty Barnden – The Crochet Stitch Handbook
• Debra Valencia – Embroidered Lettering
• Elizabeth Heiskell – The Southern Living Party Cookbook
• Helen Driggs – Metal Jewelry Workshop
• Shannen Chua – Huggable Amigurumi
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Mini Reviews: Art #1

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Hello, loved ones! I’m back with another batch of mini reviews! Today’s theme is Non Fiction & Art! =D I’ve been on the mood to read guides and DIY books, so here are my reviews for the ones in the Art department!

In this post, you’ll find mini reviews for:

• Diane Cardaci, William F Powell, Nolon Stacey – Drawing: Basic Textures in Pencil
• Jane Maday – Draw and Paint Super Cute Animals
• Jerry Yarnell – Country Scenes in Acrylic
• Véronique Sabard, Vincent Geneslay & Roger Druet – An Introduction to Calligraphy

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Mini Reviews: Non Fiction #1

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Hello, panda lovers! This is not a training session. Please, don’t’ panic. This is not a scam, this blog hasn’t been hacked. I’m actually writing some reviews after a year and seven days, the legend came back to life! =D

In this post, you’ll find mini reviews for:

• Georg Simmel – The Art of the City: Rome, Florence, Venice
• Jane Merrill, Keren Ben-Horin & Gail Demeyere – The Sweater: A History
• Maggie O’Farrell – I Am, I Am, I Am: Seventeen Brushes with Death

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Mini Reviews: Edgar Allan Poe #1

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Hello, dearings! I’m alive yet again =D I have been making some solid progress on my readings, which brings us here today: MORE MINI REVIEWS! This time, our theme is Edgar Allan Poe, as I’m reading this pretty and giant book with his main works =) I’m not done yet, hence the ‘part 1’ deal, haha!

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Just remembering that the mini reviews deal is a combination of inspirations from Cait, of The Paper Fury, and from Lindsey, of @thepagemistress, and that I do those with books that: a) I really liked, but the book didn’t change my life; b) regardless of my feelings, were too short for a complete review; c) regardless of my feelings, weren’t unforgettable.

In this post, you’ll find mini reviews for these Edgar Allan Poe’s books:

  • The Pit and the Pendulum

  • The Fall of the House of Usher

  • The Black Cat

  • The Cask of Amontillado

  • The Masque of the Red Death

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Mini Reviews: MM Romance #4

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Hello, world! Despite lack of recent evidence, I’m still alive and breathing! I’m just having a really hard time to go back to my blogging schedule – I don’t have a good excuse. But today I’m back and with reviews! THE MIRACLE.

On another bunch of mini reviews, I’ll talk about more gay romances that I have read over the year and haven’t reviewed yet =)

Just remembering that the mini reviews deal is a combination of inspirations from Cait, of The Paper Fury, and from Lindsey, of @thepagemistress, and that I do those with books that: a) I really liked, but the book didn’t change my life; b) regardless of my feelings, were too short for a complete review; c) regardless of my feelings, weren’t unforgettable.

In this post, you’ll find mini reviews for:

  • Amanda Young – Crushing

  • Harper Logan – Groomed to Perfection (The Neeson Boys #2)

  • Harper Logan – Baby Daddies (The Neeson Boys #3)

  • Hawke Oakley – Love Me, Hate Me (SERIES #)

  • Mia Kerick – Scarred

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Words I’ll never say again

Hello =) Despite all odds, I’m alive! I do know it doesn’t feel like it, but I swear I’m breathing and slacking as usual.

I’m going to end your curiosity here and now: the words I’ll never say again are “I’m back” and similar stuff. This doesn’t mean that I’m shutting the blog down, I just can’t keep promising things that I’m not sure I’ll manage to fulfill.

On May 29th, last date which I posted, I truly believed that I was back, but just because we believe in something, it doesn’t mean it’s real. After many problems with my internet service, I fell on what was my worst reading slump ever. I feel quite ashamed, to be honest, but today, September 24th, market my first finished book since May.

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I AM BACK!

HELLO, PRETTIES! I MISSED YOU ALL SOO MUCH!! ❤

You must be wondering why the hell did I disappear once again without any traces. Yeah, not a great story, but not the saddest either: it’s all about internet connection.

My signal fell down sometime in the morning of May 11th and the company couldn’t figure out the problem. After weeks stuck with my shit phone connection that barely allows me to open 95% of my apps and an almost 5 yeard olf phone, I couldn’t even write a note to you all about the problem.

At some point of this morning, my signal was finally restored and I’m glad to announce that I’ll do my best to restore my late posts on the blog during the next days ❤

In case you were wondering what I have been doing without internet, I can assure you: I barely touched books these weeks. I learned that I like reading with my internet on, to check stuff online that I see on the story, check in on Goodreads, see what other people think of the series, stalk the authors, etc etc etc. After two weeks of pure hell, I have no shame in admiting that I’m addicted to being connected.

In other news, during this forced hiatus, I discovered that I love K-Pop (Korean Pop to those who, like me, didn’t know what this was) with all my heart. All the fan service and the cute asian boys just messed up my head for life. I’m seriously thinking of doing a new section here on the blog, with a post per week more or less, talking about my new finds of this world on that week. STILL JUST A THOUGHT, BUT SERIOUSLY, HOW CAN THOSE PRETTY GUYS KNOW EXACTLY WHAT GOES ON INSIDE MY HEAD? HAHAHAHA

In case you ever wanted to know how Anneliseland (my head) looks like inside, just watch this video (they even added my addiction to sodas and coolers):

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The Things They’ve Taken, from Katie McElhenney

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Good day, world! Welcome to my review for The Things They’ve Taken, from Katie McElhenney =D I’ve received my review copy from YA Reads through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review and this is it! THANK YOU SO MUCH, GUYS! ❤

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All Lo Campbell wants is to be a normal teenager – to go to one high school, live in one place, and have one real friend. Instead, she travels the country with her mother, chasing the unknown, the “what else” that’s out there…

Until one day, the “what else” chases back.

Determined to rescue her mom from whatever supernatural being took her, Lo will need more help than a badly dressed demon obsessed with country music. She’s going to need a Tracker – and lucky for her, she finds one. Shaw is strong, good-looking, possibly available, and utterly infuriating. Sure, he may have secrets, and his help costs more than a brand-new car, but she’ll have to deal with him if she wants to find her mother – and get her home alive.

Me after finishing this book:

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