Let's talk about books! Let's be real, that's one of the few things I'm really good at, haha! Because of Saar's illness, I didn't really read this month. I much rather wanted to take care of her than to read, and after her passing I didn't feel like it even more!But, I did read some… Continue reading Reading Wrap-Up: April 2019
Let's start this party month with some books! I love books, I can't have enough of them! Let's take a look at all the books I added to my collection over the month of April! Murder Underground by Mavis Doriel Hay Continental Crimes edited by Martin Edwards I absolutely adored Mavis Doriel Hay's other book,… Continue reading April 2019 Book Haul
I wrote a similar post a few months ago, but honestly, thanks to Goodreads and especially fellow blogger and goodreads user Chaima I realised there are so many more books I'm excited for! All links for the pre-order are affiliate links, but feel free to use your own way to pre-order them! 🙂 the Descendant… Continue reading New releases I’m excited for!
February hasn't been a good reading month for me, but March definitely made up for it! I'm honestly surprised by it, as I got really ill this month plus I worked 6 days a week! Let's get started, as per usual I will skip the picture books, but you can find them on Goodreads if… Continue reading Reading Wrap-Up: March 2019
I asked on Instagram whether you guys wanted to see more hauls from me, and a lot of you said yes! So here we are with my very first book haul. I'm not sure how I'm going to do it, so if you have any constructive criticism, don't be afraid to leave a comment! :)… Continue reading March Book Haul!
Ok, that title sounds weird, but I just really love to collect Little Women by Louisa May Alcott! Why? It's my absolute favourite book of all time and let me tell you why. In case you don't know what Little Women is about, here's a short synopsis: Meg is the eldest and on the brink… Continue reading Collecting Little Women
A little while ago, I read Stories for Boys who Dare to be Different and that one made me emotional. Very emotional. I read a lot of children's history books, I really love the trend of those books like Goodnight Stories for Little Girls, Little Leaders and the like. But Stories for Boys is different.… Continue reading Review: Stories for Kids who Dare to be Different by Ben Brooks
I love middle grade, they are such fun books and they really deserve some more love. A lot of grownups look down on middle grade because it's for children. But there's nothing wrong with being an adult and reading children's books! So if you want to branch out into middle grade, here are some of… Continue reading How to get into middle grade books
As you can read in my Life Update I've been incredibly busy, so I wasn't really able to as much this month as I did last month! But that's ok, considering February only has 28 days (can you tell I'm trying to make myself feel better lol?). So let's go! Also yes, I forgot to add… Continue reading Reading Wrap-Up: February 2019
It's been a while since I last wrote a review on an adult book! So let's start with one of the funniest detectives I've read recently: Excellent Intentions. Stats: Published originally: 1938 Pages: 205 Rating: 4 stars Genre: detective/mystery Age group: adult Country: United Kingdom 'From the point of view of the nation, it's a… Continue reading Review: Excellent Intentions by Richard Hull