After reading both Everless and Evermore and especially after disliking Evermore, I decided to skip out on Sara Holland’s new book Havenfall. However, people kept posting positive things on social media, so I decided to try it myself.
And here I am, trying something new again. I found that the past Top 10 Tuesday lists and The Friday Five’s were not for me, so I decided to look further and stumbled upon this meme, called #SixForSunday.
As I stated before, April flew by in the blink of an eye. However, we had lovely weather, especially the first week of the month. I managed to read a lot of books, the most of the year so far.
Despite all the quarantine and social distancing stuff, April flew by in the blink of an eye. This month I placed a monsterous pre-order for all Dutch books I definitely want until September 1 and I got myself some more books. Most of them were on my wishlist, others were available for a discounted price. […]
I have to admit something and I know people will stare at me now… But, I have never read a Stephen King book. Or that was before I read The Institute earlier this month. I’m not the greatest fan of the thriller/horror genre, so I just didn’t want to read any of his books. However, […]
Welcome to something new here on the blog! After seeing this meme around for several years, I finally decided to join The Sunday Post as off today. I’m trying new things every once in a while and this is one of them.
Spring has officially sprung, because for the entire duration of this event so far, we had no single raindrop overhere. Bookending spring will only last a few more days, and I hope to be able to smash out one or two more prompts after this. Today I’ll be talking all about second chances. This prompt […]
After reading Circe last year and rating it 5 stars, I instantly knew I wanted to read The song of Achilles. However, I found the ebook quite expensive – I wanted to read it in Dutch – and I forgot all about it. That was until I saw an online book club running with this […]