Hello again, my lovely readers! I know I promised the review for The Bear And The Nightingale, but that’s still brewing, my lovelies. So sincerely sorry! I want to make it a good one… But in the meantime, I’ve knocked one more block off my huge ARC mountain from last year, so let’s talk about… Continue reading Mine by Katie Crawford A good study on love and loss, but…
Hey all. It’s the middle of January and I’ve already realized my list of books that won’t count towards reducing my pre-2o17 TBR is quite big already, so… I’m doing a book haul post! Cause I’ve never done one, and I want to talk about these awesome books I got… And, do we really need… Continue reading Book haul #1 – January My first book haul!
I’ve obviously been joining quite a lot of reading challenges lately, but I have to say, this must be the most fun one. At least, I think it will be. It’s called Mount TBR, hosted by My Reader’s Block, and the goal is to climb your mountain of books as high as you can! Meaning, to… Continue reading This is me joining Mount TBR Or how I signed up to read at least 36 books of my pile
Hi everyone, today I’m finally going to review Faithful by Alice Hoffman. Originally, this was the first book I read this year. But I was having one of those “book too good to write review” things again. And now I’ve reviewed Throwing My Life Away, but still haven’t reviewed Faithful. Tut tut, Evelina. Actually, this… Continue reading Faithful by Alice Hoffman Or my magical read of New Year's Night
So it’s time for me to own up to the fact that I like fun books. Girly books. Highschool nostalgia books. CHICK BOOKS. Cause I’ve been waaaaay too intellectual to read any fun stuff. It was all a no-no, cause I mean, you’ve got to read all the tough stuff so everyone knows you sleep… Continue reading Throwing My Life Away by Liz Czukas Or how I found out #nostalgia is a thing and I'm a total #softie
I’ve been procrastinating a lot! I’ve wanted to post my results for a while, but the holidays and work got the better of me, so here I am, trying to put all of this into one post, although I know I really shouldn’t. So judge me. But here it goes. First of all, since I… Continue reading Bout of Books readathon and the results of BICothon! AKA what books you're going to see on my blog for the upcoming week(s)
So I’ve just finished this very awesome read that I am dying to put into a review. Like RIGHT NOW. NAO. I liked it so much I literally found the author’s website, clicked “email” and wrote a message basically along the lines of PLEASE KEEP WRITING FOR THE LOVE OF GOD DON’T STOP. You guys should… Continue reading 50 000 reasons to read Senlin Ascends by Josiah Bancroft …I don't literally have 50 000, but that's the equivalent sum of their weight
So I’ve been participating in a reading challenge this week and I’ve noticed it’s surprisingly very motivating (and not intimidating at all). And since I’ve stumbled upon another challenge this week, I’m going to, drumroll… …Commit for an entire year. These lovely people over at Herding Cats & Burning Soup are organizing a Blogger Shame… Continue reading Reading Resolutions for 2017 Let's join more of 'em reading challenges, shall we?
A stunning cover and the promise of a heart-warming story – who wouldn’t want to get their hands on this? That’s precisely how I’ve felt ever since I saw this book on NetGalley back in autumn. Unfortunately for me, the book was already archived when I found it – which meant I couldn’t request the… Continue reading Lantern by Chess Desalls Or my first finished #BICOthon read
Now I know it’s a little bit late, but I’ve stumbled upon Read.Sleep.Repeat’s Baby It’s Cold Outside Read-a-thon today, and it seems so much fun that I can’t stop myself from taking part – even if I’m a day late! Basically, it’s a year-end holiday challenge to catch up with your reading and just generally go… Continue reading I’m participating in The Baby It’s Cold Outside Read-a-Thon! And you should too