September Wrap-up

September turned out to be an insanely good reading month for me. I don’t know how, but I managed to read no less than 26 books! I’m quite pleased about that, of course:) Ann Brashares – Forever in Blue (The Sisterhood of the Travelling Pants #4) Out of all four of these books, this one … More September Wrap-up

August Wrap-up

Hopefully from now on, I’ll really be able to keep my blog up to date! I read quite a few great books this last month, so if you’re curious, do check them out! Be sure to let me know in the comments if you spot any favorites:) Amanda Foody – Daughter of the Burning City … More August Wrap-up

July Wrap-up

I hope to also post my August wrap-up soon, to catch up completely. From then on, I’ll try to post a lot more than just wrap-ups! I have quite a few review copies to get through, so you can expect my reviews of those, but I’ll also try to come up with fun other topics … More July Wrap-up

June Wrap-Up

I haven’t been able to pay a lot of attention to my blog, but I’m back, and I intend to stay! Hopefully I can catch up with my belated wrap-ups soon and actually share some more elaborate reviews and such:) Rick Riordan – The Hidden Oracle (Trials of Apollo #1) Rick Riordan definitely played on … More June Wrap-Up

May Wrap-Up

Another long overdue wrap-up! In May, I read no less than 20 books, 11 of which were written by Rick Riordan. I’m sure certain people will be proud (they know who they are), and I had a lot of fun reading them! #readriordan, people! Sarah J. Maas – A Court of Wings and Ruin (A … More May Wrap-Up

April Wrap-Up

Hi loyal reader! I’m sorry for having abandoned my blog for so long, but I’m finally back. I haven’t posted a wrap-up since March, but I figure it might be nice to share all my reviews of my past reads anyway, and I’d like to have all my reviews in one place, so I’ll be … More April Wrap-Up

March Wrap-Up

In March I got into a bit of a reading slump, which means I didn’t get as much reading done as I’d hoped. I still managed to read 16 books, but a lot of them were quite simple and thus very quick reads. Vanshika Prusty – Rebel (How it all ends #1) Read my review … More March Wrap-Up