Read my Divergent Movie Review here:

OK, so, where do I begin.

I just saw this trailer about in hour ago, and now I believe that I can put my thoughts into words.

First off, I LOVE this trailer! It’s action packed and shows that an AWESOME movie is upon us! I love “Tris’s” short hair! I think it blends into the story very well!

I also love the intense music in the background, especially the part where Caleb talks at the beginning.

Watching this trailer really makes me want to re-read Insurgent!

What were your thoughts on the Insurgent Trailer? Tell me below!

Good Night Book Worms!

NaNoWriMo 2014: Chapter 5

Today I chose to walk home instead of taking the bus. “Why are we walking today? I’m so hungry!” wined David. “I think it would be better to get some fresh air, before we hear what’s going on at home.” I say. “Why? What’s going on?” Sometimes I forget that David’s only 4, and does not know the current events.
“Nothing, just the usual.” I reply calmly, so David does not make any more speculations. As we are walking, I remember that there is a bakery down the street that’s good, and lucky for me, cheap. “Hey, want to go to the Bakery down the street?” I ask David. More time spent away from home. “YES!” screams and shrieks David. At least someone is happy.
While walking I spot a police car very close to the bakery. “This doesn’t look good.” David whispers. I grasp on to his hand, and slowly we walk close to the bakery.
“What’s going on?” I ask the police officer. “This was the last place Smool went before getting sick, in hospital. If you’re planning on getting in, make your way home.” We do as we are asked. “Maybe tomorrow we can make cookies at home.” I tell David. “Okay.” David replies, unenthusiastically.
I wish there was one place where I could go to avoid going home.

Holiday Reading: 12 Days of Books Tag!

Hey guys!

Today I’m going to be doing the 12 Days of Books Tag! I was not tagged by anyone, but I thought it would be SUPER fun! This tag was created by one of my favourite book bloggers, Ashley from Down the Book Hole, here’s the original tag:! Lets get started!

On the first day of Christmas
my true love sent to me:
A Partridge in a Pear Tree  : The Partridge Stood Alone In The Pear Tree? What is Your Favorite Stand Alone?

My favourite stand alone is Since You’ve Been Gone by Morgan Matson! I was fortunate enough to receive this book from Simon and Schuster Canada! Although, this book is more about the summer time, I still love it anyways! Here’s my review for it:!

On the second day of Christmas
my true love sent to me:
Two Turtle Doves : Love Is In The Air, Who Is You OTP?

OTPs are always so hard for me to chose, because I have SO MANY favourites! But, I think I’m going to have to go with Cinder and Prince Kai from Cinder by Marrisa Meyer! Through all of the obstacles that both of them face, they still keep there love for eachother at heart!

On the third day of Christmas
my true love sent to me:
Three French Hens :  In The Spirit Of Threes, What Is The Best Trilogy Your Have Read?

The best trilogy that I have ever read is by far Divergent by Veronica Roth! I, to this day, am STILL OBSESSED with the Divergent trilogy! Here’s my MOVIE review for Divergent:

On the fourth day of Christmas
my true love sent to me:
Four Calling Birds : Since Series Usually Consist of Four or More Books What Is Your Favorite Series?

My favourite series consits of my ALL TIME FAVOURITE BOOKS! That series is The Land Of Stories by Chris Colfer! I’m obsessed with those books, and always will be! The fourth one is coming out in July 2015 and the LAST one is coming out the summer of 2016! I need them both now!!!!

On the fifth day of Christmas
my true love sent to me:
Five Golden Rings : One Ring To Rule Them All! Who is Your Favorite Villain/Antagonist?

Villain’s are such a key thing in all books! My favourite villain is Sophie from The School For Good and Evil by Soman Chainani. Although, I didn’t really like the story, I LOVED Sophie and Agatha!

On the sixth day of Christmas
my true love sent to me:
Six Geese a Laying : Creation Is A Beautiful Thing! What is Your Favorite World/World-Building?

My favourite world building book is the whole Harry Potter Series! I know you guys are going to MURDER ME because of this, but I have only read the first Harry Potter book! Hopefully, one day I will finish the series!

On the seventh day of Christmas
my true love sent to me:
Seven Swans a Swimming: Who Needs Seven Swans When All It Takes Is One Good Animal Sidekick To Make A Hero Rock! Who Is Your Favorite Animal Sidekick?

My favorite side kick is the little rat that Amy Gumm has from the book Dorothy Must Die by Danielle Paige! Her second book is coming out so soon! Can’t wait for it like me? Read the novella’s! Here’s my book review:!

On the eighth day of Christmas
my true love sent to me:
Eight Maids a Milking: Milk Is So 18th Century! Which Book or Series Takes Beverages/Food To A Whole New Level?

Sadly, I don’t think I’ve read any books that took food or beverages to a whole new level!

On the ninth day of Christmas
my true love sent to me:
Nine Ladies Dancing : Dancing is Just One Skill of a Lady! Who is Your Favorite Kickass Female Lead?

My favorite kick-ass character is Katniss from The Hunger Games!

On the tenth day of Christmas
my true love sent to me:
Ten Lords a Leaping: Leaping Lords? How About Who Is Your Favorite Leading Lad?

My favourite leading lad is Tobias from Four: A Divergent Collection!

On the eleventh day of Christmas
my true love sent to me:
Eleven Pipers Piping: Where Would We Be Without Music? What Is Your Favorite Book or Bookish Thing That Deals With Music? (It can be about music, reference music a lot etc.)

Pretty much, all of Morgan Matson’s books have music as a huge theme! I didn’t want to repeat the same book twice, so I’m choosing Amy & Roger’s Epic Detour by Morgan Matson. I have yet to read this book, but I KNOW it’s going to be AMAZING!

On the twelfth day of Christmas
my true love sent to me:
12 Drummers Drumming: Drum Roll Please…………………….What Is Your Favorite Read of This Year?

I don’t really have a favourite book of this year chosen yet, because I’m still planning on reading more for the rest of the month, but for now it’s going to be The Land of Stories: A Grimm Warning by Chris Colfer!

That’s it for the tag! I tag anyone and everyone who wants to do this! Leave the links to you’re answers below!

Good Night Book Worms!

Holiday Reading: Holiday Book Recommendations!

Hey guys!

Today I’m going to be sharing with you my Holiday Book Recommendations!


Let it Snow by Maureen Johnson, John Green and Lauren Myracle

My True Love Gave To Me by a collection of YA authors

Dash and Lily’s Book Of Dares by Rachel Cohn and David Levithan

The Golden Compass by Philip Pullman

Those are all of the books that I recommend for the holidays! Check back soon for my Let It Snow book review!

Good Night Book Worms!

Holiday Reading: This or That Book Tag!

Hey guys!

Although, this may not be holiday related, I thought it would be fun to do the this or that tag. You can even give this tag to a friend, to see which items that they would prefer, so you can buy them something they like!

Let’s Get Started!

1. Audiobook or book in hand?
Book in hand! I can never concentrate enough when listening to an audio book!

2. Soft cover or Hardback?

3. Fiction or Non-fiction?

4. Fantasy world or Real life issues?
Both. Fantasy world if it was like princesses/fairytale like, but not assassins. Real life issues if it was something I would be interested in, such as the holocaust!

5. Harry Potter or Twilight?
Harry Potter!

6. Kindle, I-pad or other?
I prefer my kobo e-reader!

7. Borrow or Buy?

8. Bookstore or Online?
Bookstore (unless there is an AMAZING deal)!

9. Standalone or Trilogy?

10. Monster read or short and sweet?
Short and Sweet.

11. Stary eyed romance or full of action?
Full of Action! Weird romances make me CRINGE…

12. Curl up in your snuggie or Bathe in the sun?
Curling up in my snuggie by far!

13. Hot chocolate or latte?
Hot Chocolate!!

14. Read the review or decide for yourself?
Decide for MYSELF!

That was the this or that booktag! Check back tommorow for a new holiday post!

Reading, Reading, Reading Turns 1

Today, December 8, is my one year bloggiversery! I cannot believe it’s already been one whole year! You guys mean so much to me, I couldn’t thank you enough. I’m so glad to be part of such an amazing community. I have been in love with reading since I could remember, and didn’t believe my eyes when I heard about blogging. I would also like to say a special thanks to Simon and Schuster Canada, especially Catherine and Michelle. Both of you girls have been SO lovely, and I cannot thank you enough for all of the amazing books you have provided me with. I was so happy when I got to meet Michelle at the Toronto International Book Fair! This community has gotten me so much more involved in all types of books. I would not have read some off my all time favourite books, if it wasn’t for your reccomedations. Each and everyone of you are special. Thanks and NEVER STOP READING!

Thanks for an awesome year.

Good Night Book Worms!

Holiday Reading: Gift Guide for Kids!

Hey guys!

Today I’m going to be sharing with you some of my favorite books for kids! I will be splitting this post up into two categories: Picture Books and Chapter Books!

Picture Books:
Where The Wild Things Are by Maurice Sendak
Green Eggs and Ham by Dr. Seuss
The Very Hungry Caterpillar by Eric Carle
The Paper Bag Princess by Robert Munch
Chrysanthemum by Kevin Henkes
The True Story of the Three Little Pigs by Jon Scieszka and Lane Smith

Chapter Books:
The Land of Stories by Chris Colfer
Whatever After by Sarah Mlynowski
Wonder by RJ Palacio
Dork Diaries by Rachel Renee Russel
Are You There God? It’s Me, Margaret. Click here to see my book review, for this book!

Those are all of my recommendations! Check back tomorrow to see a new post!

Good Night Book Lions!

Holiday Reading: Holiday Reading Gift Guide for Teens

Today’s Holiday Reading Series post, will be about books and bookish related gifts to give to teens.

I will be spiting this post into two categories, one for teens who don’t read and others for teens that don’t.

Teens Who DON’T Read:

For teens who don’t read, we want to try to engage them on all types of books. My recommendation would be to start with books that are popular. Here are my recommendations:

The Maze Runner by James Dashner
Divergent by Veronica Roth
The Fault in Our Stars by John Green
The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins
Harry Potter
The Book Thief by Marcus Zusak
The Giver by Lois Lowry
The Perks of Being a Wallflower by Stephen Chbosky

Teens Who DO Read:

Everyday by David Levithan
Noggin by John Corey Whaley
The Mortal Instruments by Cassandra Clare
The Lunar Chronicles by Marissa Meyer
Dorothy Must Die by Danielle Paige

Those are all of my book recommendations for teens! Check back tomorrow for a gift guide for kids!

Good Night Book Lions!

NaNoWriMo 2014: Chapter 4

My dad became a back-up scientist last year. My family was poor at the time, so it was a pleasure to hear that my father became recruited. He was one of the only people in our community that graduated with honours and a master’s degree in science. When my father found out that there was a job opening for a back-up scientist, we were absolutely thrilled. The pay is amongst the highest range, which we thought we be great for our family.
Although, hearing the news that the scientists predicated the wrong DDK, placed my heart lower than ever before. What would happen to us? What if my father was fined? What if he was fired? I don’t want to know the answers.
I guess when I come home from school this afternoon, I will find out.

Holiday Reading Series! #readingreadingreadingholidays!

Hey guys!

This winter, I decided to make a holiday series on my blog called Holiday Reading Series! Use the hashtag #readingreadingreadingholidays!

Here is my schedule:

December 6: Holiday Reading Gift Guide: Teens
December 7: Holiday Reading Gift Guide: Kids
December 9: Holiday Reading Gift Guide: Adults
December 10: Holiday Book Recommendations
December 11: 12 Days of Books Tag
December 13: Quick Thought #3: What books should I get for picky readers?
December 14: DIY holiday themed book Marks
December 15: Quick Thought #4: How do I make time for reading during the holidays?
December 16: Book Review: Let it Snow
December 17: HAPPY HANUKKAH!
December 18: Tis the Season Book Tag
December 19: XMAS BookTube-a-thon Announcement/TBR
December 20: XMAS Booktubeathon Day 2 Wrap-up
December 21: Fun Things To Do During The Holidays (when you’re not reading…) & XMAS Booktubeathon Day 3/Final Wrap-up
December 22: All I Want for Christmas Book Tag
December 23: Christmas Cracker Book Tag
December 25: Holiday Book Haul
December 27: My Favorite Holiday Beverage

*Any days that are skipped, have a un-holiday related post, that has been pre-scheduled!

I hope you are exciting for this new series!

Good Night Book Worms!