Hey! How are you? Today I’m excited to bring you my June wrap-up. I can confidently say it was the best month of 2019 so far. I read some great books! Continue reading
Hey! How are you today? I hope you’re good! In this post I want to show you my progress on my 2019 ‘to be read’-list. Let’s start! Continue reading
Hey guys! Can you believe we are already halfway through the year?? It’s already Mid Year Book Freak Out Tag time! This year has been quite different from the last as I’ve been reading a lot less. Nevertheless, I’m excited to do this tag! Continue reading
Today I wanted to show you the books I added to my collection in the last six months. It’s a relatively small haul with only three books. I’m really excited to show you them!
Hey! It’s time to tell you about the books I read in April. Overall, I quite liked them. On a personal level, April was a great month for me as well. I did some awesome things. 🙂 Let’s get into this wrap-up. Continue reading
Yet another month, yet another wrap-up! How are you today? I hope you’re good. I really was in the last month. I truly took the time to enjoy life. Let’s get into my reading and blogging! Continue reading
Do you also get that feeling? Wanting to pick up a book so bad, but not being able to? Well, that’s the situation I’ve been in recently. I’m reading three books for school and I’ve started one just for fun. It’s not exactly smart to be picking up another book as I’m already stressed out. Still, I’ve been itching so bad to re-read these books. I’m hoping I can get to them soon. Continue reading
Today, I wanted to recommend you some of my favourite novels that feature characters from the LGBTQIAP+ community. I’ve read quite a bit of those in the last year, but still not enough. There are still so many perspectives and identities that I haven’t read about. This list is definitely not finished as I’ll want to add more books in the future. I can always make a part 2, right? If you have any good recommendations of your own, let me know! Let’s get into mine!
I don’t cry often because of books. I think I’ve only ever cried about six books. Those books mean something special to me now, because they were so emotional. so today, I want to talk about and recommend them to you! Continue reading