Almost a year ago, my husband & I took our second trip to Japan. It was a very spur of the moment sort of trip, planned about a month or so in advance. It was a trip that, overall, was very bittersweet. It was an amazing vacation, but we were only able to go because… Continue reading My 2016 Japan Trip; Photo Post! (part 1)
Hello, friends; allow me to introduce myself! I am Kai & I am a professional book jumper! What is a book jumper, you may ask? Well, for me, it’s an individual who does exactly that: jumps from book to book. This can occur for many reasons! The individual is in a slump & is changing… Continue reading Do You Even Book Jump?
Apparently, it has been a year since I registered this blog with WordPress. Has it really been a year?! According to WP it certainly has! How time flies, huh? I am honestly a little shocked. I mean, I knew it was coming up, but to actually hit the year mark. Wow! [Now, my actual first… Continue reading It’s Been a Year (kind of)
Two of my favourite things ever are books & tattoos. While trying to think of some content I could do this month, I went & did a net search and came across this tag game involving both of those things! Originally created by TheBookBrood over on YouTube, I am excited to take it for my own… Continue reading Tattoos & Books Tag!
I don’t know about you all, but sometimes I think of a tag game idea that I’d love to do so I do a quick internet search to see if it’s been thought of & done before. It just about always has been. Every time. My creativity is lacking, it seems. But that’s okay. Now I… Continue reading You & The Tag Don’t Mesh: A Discussion
We are officially one week into 2017! Which means it is now a good time to look over the past year in reading & see how everything went down, even if it is a smidge late. I wasn’t entirely sure how to do such a big wrap-up, but I got tagged by my good friend… Continue reading End of Year Survey; 2016
Crooked Kingdom by Leigh Bardugo (Six of Crows #2) Synopsis (taken from GoodReads) Kaz Brekker and his crew have just pulled off a heist so daring even they didn’t think they’d survive. But instead of divvying up a fat reward, they’re right back to fighting for their lives. Double-crossed and left crippled by the kidnapping of… Continue reading Crooked Kingdom Review