9/11

Image from Pixabay We all thought it was a typical dayLike any otherLittle did we knowThat some evil mindsWill kill and destroyPeople and familiesLeaving a nationOn its kneesWith woundsThat will never close and heal Alex

Top Ten Tuesday/ Questions I Would Ask Authors

Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by thatartsyreadergirl with a new topic every week. I know that this week’s prompt is bookish quotes, but I have done this topic, and I currently have like four quotes in my kindle, and that’s not enough to do a post with. The prompt questions I would ask authors caught my … Continue reading Top Ten Tuesday/ Questions I Would Ask Authors

A Little Bit About The Country I Call Home

Image from Google Even if I was born and grew up in Malta, and I had history lessons from which I remember zero, which is a shame. So, today my friend the internet will answer my questions about the country I live in. The Maltese population? According to the Worldometer, the Maltese population is about … Continue reading A Little Bit About The Country I Call Home

Top Five Wednesday *Rewind*/ Rainy Days

Hosted by Sam @ Thoughts on Tomes and Lainey @ gingerreadslainey. April 24th: Rainy Day Reads 2019 I chose this book for this list because it keeps you want to continue reading from the get-go wrapped in a blanket with a hot drink. A cute way to break gender norms with a Shakespearean play that lessons for today’s … Continue reading Top Five Wednesday *Rewind*/ Rainy Days

A Tale of Two Houses (Defy the Stars #1) by Susan Harris

This book has brought alive and showed a form of how I can enjoy fantasy and classics which I usually don’t like in the way of retellings. My first thought for some reason was that this was based on A Tale of Two Cities by Charles Dickens when I saw the title and to be … Continue reading A Tale of Two Houses (Defy the Stars #1) by Susan Harris