Tag: Unpopular Opinions

Sometimes you find tags in which you are not even tagged, but want to do. Janita @Jamsu Dreams is a big fan of tags and has some of these. This is one of them and you can read her answers by clicking the link above.

Well, you must be curious for my unpopular opinions now, so here we go! Keep Reading »

WWW-Wednesday #17 | 1 August 2018

WWW-Wednesday #17 | 1 August 2018

It’s already August, time flies! Besides the fact that it’s a new month, it’s also another Wednesday. So, how was my reading week? Spoiler: Less productive than I hoped and this is mainly to blame on the extreme heat we faced on Thursday and Friday. However, I stuck to my TBR, wow! Keep Reading »

Books I’m looking forward to | second half of 2018

Books I’m looking forward to | second half of 2018

It’s that time of year again where we start looking forward to the books we can expect to read in the second half of the year. My blog post with Dutch titles can be found here. I already started drafting this article in the beginning of July, but I had difficulties with retrieving information regarding new releases. However, I will still show you my highly anticipated reads of this month as well. Keep Reading »

WWW-Wednesday #16 | 25 July 2018

WWW-Wednesday #16 | 25 July 2018

It’s another Wednesday, a boiling hot one. In fact, this entire week has been hot, but I didn’t really managed to be super productive regarding reading. Moreover, I DNF’ed 2 books. Yup, it was that kind of week. Keep Reading »

Review: Adam Silvera – History Is All You Left Me

Review: Adam Silvera – History Is All You Left Me

When I read They Both Die At The End during my holiday last April, I knew that I wanted to read Adam Silvera’s other books as well. I decided to start with History Is All You left Me since this will find it’s Dutch release in the end of this year. I can tell you, this book was down in two sittings. Keep Reading »

WWW-Wednesday #15 | 18 July 2018

WWW-Wednesday #15 | 18 July 2018

It’s Wednesday again and time for another recap of my reading week. However, I will do it differently this week due to lack of time. How? In pictures instead of in written text. Keep Reading »

Review: Becky Albertalli – Leah On The Offbeat

Review: Becky Albertalli – Leah On The Offbeat

When I saw the announcement for this book, I knew I wanted to read it. I love Simon’s book and Leah is his best friend, so yeah. However, I had to wait. I put in on my wish list for a summer swap, but I read it as soon as I could. Why? Because of all the drama about this book on Twitter. Keep Reading »