December 2018 Reading Wrap-up

December is always a great reading month for me. The short days, the cold, the Christmas break, they all result in a lot of reading so I was very curious to see how many books I would be able to read. Most importantly of course, what the quality of my reading would be. And here…

My 2019 Reading Resolutions

After wrapping up my 2018 reading resolutions, it was time to think about my 2019 reading resolutions. How do I want to challenge myself? Which goals do I want to reach? What do I want to accomplish? Goal 1: Continue my book buying budget Look, if I don’t keep an eye on my book buying expenses,…

My Top 18 Books Read in 2018

Time to sit down and think about my top 18 books read in 2018. Even though I think this is a fun, important post, I takes AGES to draft. Which books were my absolute favorite? How do they rank? It took some puzzling and nail-biting (and turning the whole list upside-down three times), but here…

Anticipated 2019 Winter Book Releases

Bring on the blankets, hot cocoa, sweaters and socks, it’s time for winter! Luckily, there will be a LOT of new releases to get me through the long evenings. Without further ado, here are all the books I’m desperately looking forward to. Fated by Teri Terry I’m just one girl. What can I do? Sam’s…

My 2018 Reading Resolutions, How Did I Do?

We’re over the half of December, and that’s a good moment for me to check how I did during my 2018 reading resolutions as I’ll be writing up my 2019 reading resolutions soon. Yeah, I still have a few days to make sure I complete my goals, but that’s not really going to be a…

The November 2018 Clever Ruse Illumicrate Unboxing

After the amazing surprise of the September box, I got an even bigger surprise when I learned that I was also getting the November box as a gift! EVEN MORE SCREAMING HAPPENED. The only clue I wanted to know (and I stayed away from all other clues) was that the book featured had was inspired by…

November 2018 Reading Wrap-up

Winter time equals to blankets, hot cocoa and books to me, and I’ve definitely enjoyed the cosy and comfortable evenings so far. Here are all the books I read during those moments. Dry by Neal Shusterman & Jarrod Shusterman I’ve read a few Shusterman books by now and I immediately want to read this one…

Fall 2018 Book Haul

Welcome to a new segment on my blog! I love seeing and reading everyone’s book haul posts, but as I’m not allowed to buy more than two books a month (damn book buying budget), I never actually wrote any myself. I went a little crazy this Fall in the book buying department (and now I’m definitely feeling…

How I’m Showing Off My Bookish Travels

Ever since I came across the Guardian’s The world’s 10 best bookshops article years ago, I’ve been slightly obsessed with amazing bookstores and libraries. Whenever I’m going on a trip, I immediately search for all the bookstores and libraries I want to visit while I’m there. And I’m not too proud to admit that some…

Dry, or how I hugged my water bottle

I’ve come to love Shusterman as an author during the last couple of years, so I keep an eye out for any book he publishes. When that latest release is about a modern day drought where the taps are suddenly not providing water any more, I don’t need any more incentive. I just knew I was going to love Dry.