Through the Wormhole

Hello Loves,

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A bookworm is simply someone who is fascinated by books. Whether the genre,I’m sure many people can relate what its like to be a bookworm. I can easily classify myself as a book worm. Ever since I can remember, I have always been interested in books and the beauty and mystery beyond their covers.

Books are deeply personal things. Each of us form unique bonds with the characters we read about,its like we know them,we also relate to the storyline and enjoy all sorts of genres from romance to fantasy and magic.

I was so blessed to read 3(three) amazing amazing books this month,and on a personal note they are-a-must-read and can be a great gift item to yourself or the book lover in your life.

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Charmed and Enchanted by Nora Roberts.
Nora’s work is the greatest paradise for dreamers. Its a fantasy novel that involve magic and are little bit like magic themselves. The book really transported me to the point of insanity. It had the flashlight-under-the-bedsheet urgency. I loved loved it.

Pegasus by Danielle Steel and Safe Haven by Nicholas Sparks…

These books made my heart race,both have beautiful love story and a happy ending. Books staying with you long after the final page might be cliche but these books did it.

Every fully developed character in ‘ * the three books’ slowly becomes a friend whether you love them hate them or somewhere in between my lovelies.

            Live and love
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7 thoughts on “Through the Wormhole

      1. Yaaaay another book wormie.😃😃. Thank you Ameena. Its actually my first time ever to actually read three books in three weeks. Am super excited and proud of my self. I think a crime novel will be on my to-do list next month. Any favorite authors in that line of genre?

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  1. Lovely! Your photos are gorgeous! I’ve only read one of these, ‘Safe Haven’, which I loved! Going to pick up the other two next time I’m at the book store. I will say that if you have yet to see the movie version of Safe Haven, don’t. I held the book and cried because what I loved so much about the book, the movie ruined or worse yet, left out altogether.

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