Omari and the People || My First Audiobook Experience

On Twitter, I have a friend who loves audiobooks and occasionally tells me about some of the books she listens to. But frankly, I don’t see where the appeal is in listening to them. I used to think I’d only get distracted. But out of curiosity, I tried listening to some audiobook samples, once or twice. The result was – either the narrators annoyed me, or else, I had to keep holding back a snort.

However, all that has changed now. Ever since Jess The Audiobookworm introduced me to my very first audiobook, which so happens to be Omari and the People, I’ve switched over to the dark side and can now officially say that I’m a convert. I’m just so glad and grateful that my first audiobook experience had been an extremely wonderful and joyful one. Continue reading


October: Color Cover Challenge Results


Hi Lovelies! October is almost coming to an end and now I must announce the results of the Cover Color Challenge that I participated in. Again, this was created by Rachel’s Book Reviews and if you want to visit her master post, just click the link to her blog. 😊

But first things first, I’d like to recap the 6 books I chose to read for this challenge:

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Review || All The Good Parts by Loretta Nyhan


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Title: All The Good Parts

Author: Loretta Nyhan

Genre: Women’s Fiction, Contemporary, Chicklit, Romance

Publisher: Lake Union Publishing

Release Date: Sept. 20, 2016

Ratings: 5 stars ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

Synopsis: “At thirty-nine, Leona Accorsi is broke, single, back in school, and living in her sister Carly’s basement. She’s perfectly content being quirky Auntie Lee to Carly’s four children. That is, until Leona’s doctor tells her that if she wants to have a child, she’d better do it now.

Leona does want a baby. She always has, but the circumstances have never been right. Now she has a huge decision to make: face motherhood on her own or risk missing out on its rewards.

Unfortunately, she’s let her romantic life go stagnant. She barely even knows any single men. She has just a few prospects: a Vietnam vet and partial amputee, his intimidating son, the sweet but troubled man who tutors her niece, and a fellow nursing student she’s never actually met.

As Leona discovers more about each one, she realizes any of them could be the right man for the job. The more important question is, has she become the right woman?”

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