Monthly Archives : June 2017

Book Review - Modern Cinderella by River Laurent | Blushing Geek

Book Review – by River Laurent


I have to say that while reading the first chapter, I already have an idea that I will like this one, and I was right. I love the writing style of the author and I also love that there’s no frustrating and annoying scenes (unless you include Tamara’s cunning and b*tchy behaviour).

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Book Review - Delilah by Niki Danforth | Blushing Geek

Mini Book Review – Delilah by Niki Danforth


Delilah by Niki DanforthSeries: Ronnie Lake Murder Mystery, #2Published January 11, 2016 by Pancora PressGenre: Suspense, Thriller, Mystery80 pagesFormat: eBookSource: AuthorRating: 4 out of 5 starsFind on GoodreadsGet it on Amazon: Steve Lyla wants nothing more than to grant his elderly father’s dying wish, to find his sister’s killer. Is 50-something, student-sleuth Ronnie Lake ready to take on a cold case more than forty years…

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8 Father and Daughter Bonding Ideas | Blushing Geek

8 Father and Daughter Bonding Ideas


Father’s Day is just around the corner and everyone of us obviously been saving that day to spend with our first man, which is our dad. Of course it’s not just on Father’s Day that we should treat our dad but it should be everyday if possible.

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Temple of Leah: A Majestic Shrine Made Of Love in Cebu | Blushing Geek

Temple of Leah: A Majestic Shrine Made Of Love in Cebu


As I’ve said on my previous article which is about the famous Sirao Flower Garden, my Aunt wanted to visit Temple of Leah but as a part of the half day tour, I decided to include the latter. So after indulging to the wonderful flower farm in Sirao, we then went to the majestic Temple of Leah.

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Book Review - Searching for Gatsby Niki Danforth | Blushing Geek

Book Review – Searching for Gatsby by Niki Danforth


To be honest, I was really skeptical when I decided to read this book. Why’s that? Well, the reason why I love reading in the first place was because of the suspense/thriller/mystery genre. What’s the connection? Well, because of that reason, I tend to get picky in this genre that I don’t easily get impressed. But man!!!! This book surprised me.

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