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Questions for a Reader #1

This will be the first post in a new series here on the blog. A series I have called Questions for a Reader. In this series, readers that I know will answer the same 5 questions about their reading and... Continue Reading →

July Books

July was definitely better book-wise than June. I finished 3 books in July but I'm still 8 books behind in my reading challenge so that's not good. I need to get more organised with my reading so I'm thinking about... Continue Reading →

Review: Sharp Objects (May contain semi-spoilers)

"Fresh from a brief stay at a psych hospital, reporter Camille Preaker faces a troubling assignment: she must return to her tiny hometown to cover the murders of two preteen girls"... That is how the description of Sharp Objects by... Continue Reading →

Review: The Zookeeper’s Wife (may contain semi spoilers)

"TheΒ New York TimesΒ bestseller: a true story in which the keepers of the Warsaw Zoo saved hundreds of people from Nazi hands"... It might be a best seller but I understand why it only has 3 1/2 stars on Goodreads. I... Continue Reading →

7 Books for Summer – My Summer Reading List

Seeing as I am 7 books behind schedule, I thought I would do a "7 books for summer" reading list to get organised with my summer reading (and I also really like lists). As I don't really have any plans... Continue Reading →

June Books (or a lack thereof)

So, June what happened? I didn't even finish a single book in June. But I had such a hard time with The Zookeeper's Wife (spoiler alert it was so bad! I will give a full review later). And because I... Continue Reading →

May Books

Wow, May came and went so fast. Half of the year is almost done, can you believe it!? Well, time flying is not what we are here to talk about today. It's May books time, so here is a recap... Continue Reading →

April Books

April was another month where I only finished two books! That means I'm now four books behind schedule according to Goodreads. I really need to step up my reading game if I'm going to finish the 2017 reading challenge. It's... Continue Reading →

Top 5: English Classics

Today's post is, as the title reveals, about my favourite English classics. I studied English at university and at my uni it consisted of British, Irish and Northen American literature, history and language (phonetics, syntax, morphology and language history). So... Continue Reading →

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