I know, I know, March isn't over yet. The reason I am wriring this post now is that I started reading Victor Hugo's Notre Dame de Paris last night, and being a big 600-page book there's no way I'm gonna finish it before Sunday. So here we are 🙂 March was a great month for… Continue reading What I read in March | 7 books!
Good evening everyone! I am finally writing this blogpost! I always get excited when I see other people's book related purchases, and as I have been buying a lot of books lately I decided to show them all as well. Two things happened during the past month that made me add quite a few books… Continue reading Book Haul | Birthday presents & more
The first few months of 2019 have been especially stressful and challenging for me. As I mentioned in my previous post, university gave me one of the worst anxiety crisis I have ever had, leaving me exhausted, scared and disappointed. During these weeks, I have been trying really hard to get back up on my… Continue reading As of March 2019: what have I been up to?
This post is coming super late, but lately my life hasn't gone exactly how I planned and I have been struggling to keep up with everything. Still, I promised myself I would publish this, so here I am. Like every year, I love to take part in the Goodreads reading challenge. As soon as 2019… Continue reading 10 books I want to read in 2019
December is here and it started in the best way for me. My parents were away for the weekend, and I was planning to just get a lot of sleep and lock myself up in my bedroom to study as much as I could while I was alone. However, I had a sort of breakdown… Continue reading December, alone time & tiny book fairs | Diary #04
I am in the midst of a severe reader’s block. It happens periodically, but it’s still a weird feeling considering how much I have read during the summer. That’s one thing about me I have noticed: I either read compulsively and get through 6 books a month, or don’t read anything at all for weeks.… Continue reading Reader’s block: how to overcome it
I take little trips to the public library every single week. No matter how many books I already have on my night table and no matter how many books I keep on buying in the meanwhile. I just enjoy being in public libraries, scanning the shelves and picking up a book here and there, reading… Continue reading Frog by Mo Yan | Book Review
I will start by saying that this book made me cry. A lot. I was halfway through it, and I already knew I was going to cry at some point. I felt it build up inside of me. I managed to hold it in until the end, but once I reached the last page I… Continue reading Please Look After Mom by Kyung-Sook Shin | Book Review