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…

February 2018 Reading Wrap-up

With only 7 books read this is officially the worst reading month I’ve had since I started this blog back in June 2017. I don’t really mind though. I have never set myself a number of books I should read and I’m not starting now. Aside from the number of books (okay yeah so I usually…

8 Book-To-Movie Adaptations That Are Being Released In 2018

I’m not the biggest movie-goer in the world, I’d rather spend my time in my beloved book world. But when my beloved book world comes to the big screen, you have my attention. I feel like we’re getting very spoiled in the book-to-movie adaptation department in 2018 and here are 8 movies I’m extremely looking…

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…

It’s Kind of a Funny Story

This book ended up somewhere at the bottom of my TBR shelf over the years. I can’t remember when I got it, but I do know it’s been sitting there for quite some time. When I was looking for a book that would scratch one of the prompts off my Popsugar reading challenge, I finally picked It’s Kind of a Funny Story up, barely remembering what it was about.

Can You Hate The Author And Love The Book?

Lately, there is once again a lot to do about authors attacking reviewers when the latter write something in a review that the authors don’t like. Some of these reviews can possibly attack the authors, but that’s definitely not always the case. I even saw a reviewer that wrote a positive review with only one…

January 2018 Reading Wrap-up

With only one day of the month to go, I managed to hit the mark of what’s a good reading month for me (reading 10 or more books). Between having a crazy work month and spending every Saturday working in my house to-be, I had so little free time that I’m still impressed with how many…

The Exact Opposite of Okay, already the best book I will read in 2018

I have to say that I was super excited to read The Exact Opposite of Okay right up until I read the short description. Yikes, a contemporary about a sex scandal, no way that this was going to be a book for me. But it was my last YALC ARC and I was determined to finish my crazy plan of reading every ARC before its release date. Sigh…

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…

Naondel, one gut-wrenching feminist read

I freaking ADOOORED Maresi, the first book in his series, so it comes to no surprise that I couldn’t wait to read Naondel. My expectations were sky-high, but I had no doubt that they would be fulfilled. I just knew I was going to love this feminist read, but that is always a dangerous mindset to begin a book.

I’m Dreaming Of The Ultimate Readathon-con

After the discovery that Silent Book Clubs exist, I suddenly also have hope that a very particular dream of mine could actually come true. The first readathon I ever did was a Dewey’s 24 Hour Readathon and during that readathon I immediately dreamed of one day attending an event where it was being done by a…