I love reading recommendations post. There’s nothing more fun than finding a book similar to a book I loved to read! I love recommending books myself, but I feel like I suck at it. Like, what if I’m the only one who things this book is like that other one? What if it doesn’t make sense? I thought I’d just give it a shot and see what happens. Today’s recommendation post is all about portal fantasies! Read more
Down The TBR Hole is a meme created by the wonderful Lia @ Lost In A Story and I honestly wish I’d known about it sooner! Sometime last year – or even the year before that – I suddenly got very overwhelmed by the state of my TBR. It wasn’t manageable anymore and I couldn’t really tell what I actually wanted to read and what I was once interested it. A little while ago I discovered exclusive shelves and that changed my life! But still, I’ll always be working on my ever-changing TBR. That’s why I’ll be going down my TBR hole today! Read more
I love doing Waiting on Wednesday posts because really get to dive into a future release and I just get so incredibly excited about the books I pick for these posts! This week, I dove into the world of Spindle Fire and its sequel Winter Glass by Lexa Hillyer. Here’s a bunch of reasons why I can’t wait for this book! Read more
Today is an incredible day for releases. Last week, I shared my five-star review of Children of Blood & Bone and today, I’m sharing my review of another different, but incredible book: To Kill A Kingdom by Alexandra Christo. It’s a book about a siren princess and a siren-killing crown prince, inspired by The Little Mermaid. It’s one of the best books I’ve read so far this year, and here’s my spoiler free review!
Isn’t it awkward when you fail at your own meme? I guess it’s just really bad beginner’s luck on my part, and I am so sorry! You might have done today’s prompt already, but feel free to still link it up anyway, because I really want to read your posts! Anyway, today’s prompt is all about your own country in English books. I live in the Netherlands, so I’ll be discussing Dutch things in international books! Read more
There’s three ways to go at this post title; It’s either a veeeeeery long tag, or it’s a tag about long books. Or maybe it’s a very long tag about very long books? You’ll see in a minute, because Annemieke @ A Dance With Books tagged me to do this and I happily oblige. I have a love-hate relationship with long books because I kinda love them but they can also intimidate me very much (I’m looking at you, Order of the Phoenix…) Anyway, let’s get on with it! Read more
OMG. Guys, I seriously don’t know how to make a TBR anymore. Like, how many books can I read in a month? Do I have any unread books on my shelf? Is there anything I need to read for my blog? Do I alternate between reading on my iPad and reading a physical book? I usually always knew what I was going to read next, but now…. It was actually difficult to put together a TBR! Read more
I didn’t do a wrap up in January because I barely read anything and I was in a huge slump. Then I decided to combine it with my February wrap up but I read so much in February that I took it out again! Basically, it’s been a bit weird these past few weeks, hehe. I’m glad to say the amazing books I read this month got my out a reading (and blogging) slump, and I hope everything goes according to plan and I can continue my regular blogging schedule! Anyway, here’s what I’ve read in February. Read more
Woah, woah, woah. Children of Blood & Bone is an absolutely incredible book. Tomi Adeyemi’s debut is a West-African inspired fantasy story and it’s definitely unlike anything I’ve ever read before! I started reading it while I was in a reading slump but once I picked it up, I just couldn’t put it down! I literally used every spare minute I had during the day to read and I’m just so sad we have to wait for the next instalment! The book isn’t officiall out yet, but my review is completely spoiler free!
Hey guys, I’m back with a new video! I’m finally getting out of my reading and blogging slump and thought I’d do a video on one of my favourite things: AUDIOBOOKS! It’s actually crazy I haven’t made a video about this before… Anyway. the video speaks for itself but I needed a place to share this with you and share some info about all the books I mentioned. I hope you enjoy watching the video! Read more