With the snow storm heading our way, I thought it might be a nice idea to bring back the TV Show Recommendations and present you my newest obsession: Quantico. I mentioned this TV show in my fall 2015 TV guide, but I thought it deserved its own post!
When Grand Central gets blown up by a terrorist group, Alex Parrish, FBI agent, is the prime suspect: she was the only one found on the bombing site. But things aren’t what they seem. Alex actually finds out that someone she has met at Quantico, the FBI academy, is trying to frame her. To prove her innocence, Alex has to dig in her past – and has to doubt everyone she ever met at Quantico.
Through flashbacks, details on the lives of a group of young FBI recruits and their instructors are revealed, bringing us one step closer to finding out who is truly behind the biggest terrorist attack on New York since September 11th, 2001. View Post
You is a thriller written by Caroline Kepnes. When a beautiful, mysterious girl ends up in the bookstore where Joe Goldberg works, he does what most people would do: he googles the name on her credit card.
Guinevere Beck is all over the Internet: she has a public Facebook account and tweets incessantly, giving to Joe everything he needs to know about her.
After orchestrating a “unexpected” meeting at a bar he knows she will be at one night, Joe slowly starts taking control over Beck’s life, driving her to him. Joe is willing to do everything to get his dream girl, even if it means murder. View Post
I did it! I survived my first week back at university!
Since you guys seemed to have liked My First Week at University post, I thought doing a winter edition might be a good idea. Who knows, maybe I could turn this into a series and post one every new semester? So here’s what my first week at uni this semester was like. View Post
Since I will be returning to university tomorrow, I thought the best way to kick off this new semester was to establish myself goals for the next four months.
After I’ve recaped how my first semester went, it was a lot easier to know what to base my goals for the winter 2016 semester on. View Post
One of my favorite things about the holidays
(besides Christmas) is the end of the year. Let me explain: I love the idea of New Year, New Me, yearly favorites and new year resolutions (although I never respect them).
In that spirit, I have decided to share with you today my favorite books of 2015. Some of them were published this year, but some of them I only discovered in 2015, even though they were released before. All of those books definitely deserved a five-star review, and here’s why. View Post