Series I Am Not Going To Finish, Part 1

One of the amazing things about literary cons is talking to other book lovers. During YALFest, I was talking to Liesbet from Zwartraafje about series that we don’t want to finish. She was planning on doing a blog post about it, and I think it’s an amazing idea. So I’m going to do it too. (Sorry…

Series I Need To Finish, Part 3

And on to my third list of series I need to finish! The rules are staying exactly the same as in part 1 and part 2; with this list, I’m challenging myself to finish five series of which all the books have been released and which I really should have read by now. This time around,…

Dewey’s 24 Hour Readathon April 2018

I LOVE doing a readathon once in a while to really push me to read as much as possible and basically have the excuse to do so. So I never hesitate even one second to do a readathon if I’m able to. This time around: Dewey’s 24 Hour Readathon. The preparations Dewey’s readathon was the…

6 Series That Are Better Than Any Stand-Alone

Back in February I shared 6 Stand-alones That Are Better than Any Series for Single Awareness Day. And yes, it’s fun to read stand-alones, but isn’t it amazing to delve into a story and be able to live in it for multiple books? To see the characters grow and develop? Today I’m sharing the exact opposite: 6…

Anticipated 2018 Spring Book Releases

SPRING IS FINALLY HERE! I’m so over snow and freezing temperatures, and I’m in dire need of some sunshine! I can’t wait to sit outside in a bar with a glass of wine reading a good book. It may be one of these amazing books that’s going to be released this spring, what a list…

Words I Learned Through Reading, Part 1

Sometimes I come across a word in a book I’m reading that entices some serious world love in me. I don’t always know the meaning, but the fact that the word was incorporated in the text warms my heart. In this week’s blog post, I’m sharing six of those words, their meaning and the book…

7 Feminist Books You Should Read Next

With it being International Woman’s Day today, I’ve found the most perfect excuse to share my favorite feminist reads with you all. I personally adore a good feminist book that makes me think about our world and all the books on this list definitely do this. Am I Normal Yet? by Holly Bourne Almost any…

4 Amazing Books That Were Translated from Dutch To English

Today is International Mother Language Day and as it is so often the case with these kind of days, I got inspired to create a list for you. I myself am Belgian and my mother language is actually Dutch. Perfect excuse to present you with a list of books that have been translated from Dutch…

6 Stand-alones That Are Better than Any Series

Apparently today is Single Awareness Day and to celebrate I wanted to share 6 stand-alone books that will rock your socks off! Let’s be honest, we all love a good series, but sometimes it’s just more appealing to read a book where the story is finished and you don’t have to wait a year to…

5 Books That Get A Little Bloody

This might be a weird thing to say, but I always get weirdly excited whenever the main character in a book gets or talks about her period. No matter whether it’s an adventure, contemporary, historical or whatever novel, I just love it when it is mentioned. Call me crazy, but it sometimes annoys me how…

My Top 17 Books Read in 2017

Okay so, when it comes to reading and reviewing, I have one big problem. I can never remember which books I read the month before (which, you know, isn’t REALLY that surprising seeing that I read around 12 books every month) and now I want to give you my top 17 books I read in 2017….

Anticipated 2018 Winter Book Releases

Ugh, I’ve already been freezing my butt off for weeks and hey winter hasn’t even officially started yet! Winter is definitely the season I dislike the most. It’s cold, dark, stupid snow is fluttering around, it’s dangerous on the road… Thank God there is also one good thing that happens when the season changes: a…