-A.M. Aguilar 

Top 5 May Reads

Mystery Thriller, YA Fiction, High Fantasy & YA Contemporary 

June is here, it’s finally midyear, 2021. That means… yeah, you guessed it. Monthly wrap up coming your way! I thought May would be the month where I would read the least because my classes started the 21st, but I actually read quite a lot before classes started. And even in classes I sneaked my books in and read when I could 😉 So today I bring you my Top 5 Reads of May…

-A.M. Aguilar

Top 5 March & April Reads

Mystery & Horror Fiction, Fantasy, High Fantasy & YA Fiction, Contemporary

It’s officially the fifth month of 2021, May just started and that means we are getting closer to mid-year. It also means we are all posting our monthly reading wrap ups; today I’m posting both March and April’s because I forgot to write it last month 🙂 so thank you all for your patience. The books I will talk about today are all part of my all-time favorite books shelf <3 

-A.M. Aguilar

Villains I’d Join at Conquering the World

My favorite book villains & villainess + my fair reasons for this 😉

I guess it is common knowledge that the part we, book lovers, enjoy the most from a Fantasy novel is the antagonist of the story. Those morally grey characters that usually have a fierceful and powerful idea to save the world and/or their people from danger but the execution of it usually involves death of millions or the destruction of the world as we know it so… yeah 😀 Not the means to get there my friends!

-A.M. Aguilar

How Did I Read 100 Books in 2020

I do believe something very magical can happen when you read a book

If you’ve read the short paragraphs that I’ve written for my “Welcome” page in the blog, then you may recognise this one: I have been known for reading a lot of books in my spare time. I’m the kind of person you will see reading everywhere: at the breakfast table, through the morning, in between classes, before going to sleep, even when I go to the bathroom. I literally read anywhere and everywhere.

-A.M. Aguilar

Top 5 Jan & Feb Reads

YA Fiction, Paranormal Fiction, Fantasy Fiction, & a Romance Novel

Helloooo my dear book lovers, it’s been a while since I’ve posted and I apologize for it. Second year of college + online classes = not the best combination. I’ve been really busy with assignments, exams and group projects, so I haven’t had time to sit down and write much. But I finished exams yesterday 🙂 so I thought today was the perfect chance to write this short wrap up!

-A.M. Aguilar

Top 5 December Reads

Fantasy & Fiction, YA Fiction, Historical Fiction, Science Fiction

I know, I know: “Andrea, but we’re in February.” And I know that, but I’ve been so busy since we began college in January, that I didn’t have time to sit down and write this December wrap-up 🙁 But the biggest thank youu to all of you for being patient with me! I still wanted to share this wrap up specifically so bare with me.

I’ve missed writing and reviewing so much but second year of college + online classes don’t go well together hahaha 😉 

-A.M. Aguilar

Favorite Fictional Places I’d Love to Visit!

Vividly and Wonderfully Described Fictional Settings

If there is something that we remember the most from our favorite books, are the book settings. Time periods, eras are part of a book’s setting too, but it is mostly the places the characters visit that we end up remembering: strange decorated houses, huge schools, unique stores, magnificent palaces and kingdoms and many more interesting places.

Some authors have the incredible ability to describe places and fantasy worlds in a way that you are mesmerized and have the desire to visit those places too.

“Books are the plane, and the train, and the road. They are the destination, and the journey. They are home.” -Anna Quindlen

-A.M. Aguilar

Top 5 Oct & Nov 2020

Mystery, Fantasy Fiction, YA Fiction, Fairytale Retellings

It is December 1st , book lovers. I’m amazed at how fast this year went by (and I’ve probably said this every month) but it is true! I feel like yesterday was March 13 and lockdown was starting here in Honduras, but no. We’ve been on quarantine for 8 months so far! To be honest some months have felt longer and dreadful than others, but it’s finally December and 2020 is coming to an end.

-A.M. Aguilar

Books I think Everyone Should Read…

Precious Lessons, Dazzling Writing Styles and a Devastating Love Story

What makes certain books become our favorites? Some may say that they were immersed in a certain character and that character’s book became part of their life. Others can say that a book changed the way they felt about themselves or the world, the way they view life. Or they may choose a book as favorite because they read that book at a certain period of their lives and it is now attached to that memory.

“It was books that made me feel that perhaps I was not completely alone.” -Cassandra Clare

-A.M. Aguilar 

Top 5 September 2020

High Fantasy, Fiction, Contemporary & Self Help

HELLOO EVERYONEE! I’m finally back 😀 . And I’m incredibly sorry that I haven’t been active on my blog. I’ve missed writing and reviewing so much but college has just swarmed me with work and exams. I’m finally over with everything so I can’t wait to get back to writing and talking to you guys 😉 .