“She tore a bun apart, savoring the rich savory-salt taste of the pork, the chewiness of the white dough. She washed it down with a swig of black super sweet coffee.” – City of Bones
“She took a sip – no milk and lots of the sugar, the way she liked it.” – City of Ashes
Although I have only just finished reading City of Bones and City of Ashes I can already tell you, Clary love’s black coffee sweetened with lots of sugar – and it sounds utterly divine. I am not a big hot coffee drinker, I prefer tea, but I absolutely love iced coffee. Don’t get me wrong I don’t mind hot coffee and it doesn’t taste bad… so long as it has been sweetened with plenty of sugar. There is just something so delightful about an iced coffee on a hot summer day than an iced tea. Continue reading “Clary’s Super-Sweet Coffee”
It’s official: I have hopped on The Mortal Instruments bandwagon. Though the series made its’ debut in 2007 I had only heard of the series about a year ago from a friend when I expressed interest upon seeing the trailer for the movie. At the time not much came of that interest as I was extremely busy moving into my first apartment several months prior. Ahhhh the sweet bliss of adult life and the empty wallet that accompanies it. Continue reading “The Mortal Instruments”
I was intrigued by this book initially because of my undying love for WWII. I would not go as far as to call myself a history buff but I am indeed completely taken aback by WWII. As I have several historical fiction books just waiting to take me on a new adventure I fear this is only the first review of many. I’m sorry
not sorry in advance!
Normally I buy ebooks via Barnes and Noble since I have a Nook HD but since I was given an iTunes gift card for christmas by my Mother I opted to purchase this as an audiobook. I had looked into getting a few audiobooks to listen to while I run on the treadmill at the gym anyway, so this was a perfect oppurtunity. I’m not sure about you but I get ridiculously bored on the treadmill, I start staggering a bit then my mind wanders. I have concluded that audiobooks are the BEST IDEA EVER – for me at least. Continue reading “Once We Were Brothers”