Oh my gosh! Goodreads! Mad! They removed the function that shows you your most read authors. My friends, this is a true tragedy. I simply cannot function without an abundance of statistics. Actually, I think I’ve come to the conclusion that half the reason I enjoy reading is FOR the statistics. What can I say?
Sooooo my birthday was in May and we all know what that means. YUP. This is a big haul. I got a lot of books. There are many books to show off and I am so EXCITED. Not only that, but I also have more than one audiobook to share with you because I exchanged a previous audiobook for another. EXCITING. Continue reading
We all have our things that we go a little extra on, don’t we? Well, there’s cover buying and then there’s this. I love to choose books because the cover design is stunning – it’s the worst reason supposedly to choose a book but it rarely does me wrong. But I will often spend an extra penny just to get the edition of a book I really want; to get that version of the cover that looks prettiest.
Seeing as we have little else to do in April as the whole world shuts down for quarantine, it’s excellent time to get onto some of these new releases! I am personally quite excited for the all the reading time I’m going to have! Continue reading
Did you know, 131 years ago today the Eiffel Tower was opened to the public at the World Fair for the first time?! What an exciting anniversary this is. Is the Eiffel Tower something you want to see? Or something you’ve already visited?! I will never forget seeing it for the first time and being utterly confronted by how positively enormous the damn thing is.
I have been so conflicted because I forgot to do my January wrap-up (honestly, I’m still laughing at myself for something missing that). But I decided (as you can see) to do a combined wrap-up! And before you freak out, it’s fine, this won’t be unbelievably long. February was a reading FLOP. Floppier than Peter Rabbit’s ears. Continue reading
My big and exciting (exciting? idek) question for you today, is are you in isolation? This is like the most epic dystopian novel come to life right now, isn’t it?! Obviously, it’s quite serious too so no dismissing that – BUT – it made me think that I want to go rogue and pick my own topic for this week.
Hello, everyone! I can’t believe we’re over a week into March already, the days are flying by. I was really good with my self-control in February. I think after the intimidating onslaught of books from Dec/Jan, I found the will to say NO to buying anything new (well, to fewer books, I guess). Continue reading