Message in an egg

Hi everyone!

This is a tutorial is inspired by Bethany Mota. It’s a really easy gift that is recommended for Easter but it can be good whenever you want! This tutorial will help you make ann egg with some glitter and a message in it!

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6 Months Blogiversary!

Hello!

This is a bonus post because today I realized that exactly six months ago I started writing in english! I decided that all the other stuff doesn’t count so much because it wasn’t a serious thing…

I want to say thank you to my followers and to people that supported me. I know I have only 69 followers on twitter and 12 on tumblr but hey keep calm!

A lot of people helped me and I wanted to thank you again after the wrap-ups posts!

Have a great week,

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Quote of March

The quote of the month:

“Promise me you’ll always remember: You are braver than you believe, stronger than you seem, and smarter than you think.”

– A.A. Milne, Winnie-the-Pooh

I’m happy if you suggest me some quotes (I give credits!)

K.T. Hanna guest post! + Giveaway!

Hi everyone!

Today I’m participating to the blog blitz hosted by YA Bound Book Tours. So for this post they gave me a guest post so let’s start and read until the end to see more links and the giveaway!!

Let’s start with a short intro about the book, then ther’e the guest post, about the author, some helpful things and the giveaway!

 

28801635Parasite by K.T. Hanna

  • Genre: YA, sci-fi
  • Released: February 2016 by Amaranthine Press

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Review: The Urban Boys: Discovery of the Five Senses by K.N. Smith

Hi everyone!

A week ago I finished this book for a blog tour that the Me, Myshelf and I blog hosted.
So let’s start with the review! I know I’m late for the tour but I had some blog related problems and so I decided to post it anyway!

 

  • Genre: fantasy (and for me YA and paranormal too)
  • Published: in 2015 by Two Petals Publishing
  • Pages: 292
  • Edition: only kindle or ebook

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