The first two months of the year have flown by! I thought it would be fun to look back to the books I’ve managed to read so far, and to see if and how many books I can cross off the Beat the Backlist TBR. I think I’m going to write these updates every 2 […]
Normally I write down a couple of my favorite reads each month, in this monthly favorites article. Today I’m going to look back to 2018 entirely and write down 1 favorite of each month, so 12 books in total. Curious to see which books ended up on my favorite list this year? Continue reading… In […]
Today’s the last day of 2018. What a month… what a year! It all has flown by so quickly. I’ll be writing a 2018 wrap-up very soon as well. In this Monday Memories article, I’ll be focusing on the month of December. December has been such a busy, stressed and fun month at the same […]
This is going to be a big one you guys! So I won’t be adding a synopsis of every book, like I normally do. But I’ll put links in the book titles so you can click them and you’ll be able to read the synopsis on Goodreads right away! This month’s book haul will include: […]
I swear to God, in another life I was a dragon. I love collecting books, merchandise, jewelry and so many other stuff. Of course, the most important thing in life to me is the Love of my family and friends, but I cannot deny I love material stuff as well. I sometimes feel like a […]
The lovely Melanie from TBR and beyond tagged me for this awesome Christmas related book tag.
Where do you buy your books from? Do you ever pre-order a book and if so do you do this in store or online? On average, how many books do you buy a month? Do you use your local library? If so- how my books can you/do you borrow at a time? What is your […]
I recently published a Bookish Article about the RARE event; telling you about the event I’m going to attend in September ’19, which authors are attending and more – and the Meet the Author Monday – RARE unicorn authors article. Originally, I created ‘Meet the author Monday’ to publish author Q&A’s but I thought it […]