October Wrap-up

In October, I read 27 books, which I believe is the lowest amount of books I've read all year. I don't know exactly why this is the case, because I have been enjoying a lot of books and have definitely gotten out of my reading slump. I guess I've just been reading quite slowly, which... Continue Reading →

Review: Victoria Lee – The Fever King & The Electric Heir

Today's blogtober prompt is "Favourite book of the month", so I wanted to share a review. It's always very hard for me to choose an actual favourite, but I had a really great time rereading The Fever King and reading The Electric Heir this month, so this duology is definitely high on my list of... Continue Reading →

My Spooky October Reads

At the start of the month I shared my spooky TBR, and I wanted to look back and see how many of those books I actually ended up reading. TBR I put these 10 spooky books on my TBR: Emily Lloyd-Jones – The Bone Houses Kiran Millwood Hargrave – The Deathless Girls Leigh Bardugo –... Continue Reading →

Blogtober Day 25: Book Review

Since this week is #AceAwarenessWeek, and today's blogtober prompt is "Book review", I wanted to review a book with asexual representation. I'll warn you ahead of time: I wasn't the biggest fan of this book. But I think it's important to be honest on my blog and not only share glowing reviews. I also think... Continue Reading →

Blogtober Day 15: Characters With Bad Luck

When thinking about characters with bad luck, my mind quickly jumped to two characters in my favourite funny books, who just seem to have the absolute worst of luck. Both of these books are also perfect if you're missing summer, since they're both set during the summer holidays. Birdie Milano - Boy Meets Hamster Fourteen-year-old... Continue Reading →

Meeting V.E. Schwab

Yesterday, my sister and I went to Utrecht for a YA event where V.E. Schwab would be attending. Since she's one of my favourite authors, I really wanted to go, even though big(ger) events are really out of my comfort zone. So we took a trolley to fit all of our (well, my) books that... Continue Reading →

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