Collecting Books

Collecting Books

Book collections come in all shapes and sizes. Some of us bookworms have several shelves stacked with 400 books, some of us only have a little cabinet with 10 inside. Some of us only read ebooks and some of us prefer physical ones. Some of us always go to the library and some of us… Read More »

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Seven Deadly Sins Book Tag

Seven Deadly Sins Book Tag

I found this tag at ontheothersideofreality her blog and had never seen it before. I really liked all the questions and wanted to answer them for myself. Question of the day: What book would you like to own most?   Greed: What are your most expensive and inexpensive books? My most expensive book is my copy of… Read More »

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April OwlCrate Unboxing

April OwlCrate Unboxing

OwlCrate time! Woot! The theme for the April OwlCrate was “Head Over Heels” and it was so cute and contemporary. Adorable box. Let’s just tumble right on in. In the crate this month we got the book (with a sticker!) and 5 other bookish goodies, as well as a chapter sample from upcoming Umberland by Wendy… Read More »

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April Wrap-Up

April Wrap-Up

Guys! This month I read so many books. And I really loved almost everything I read! This month I read a grand total of 15 books! A round of applause, if you please because this is a new personal record for me! So let me break it down a little for ya. I read: 5… Read More »

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April Fairyloot Unboxing

April Fairyloot Unboxing

The theme for this month’s Fairyloot was Dreams and Wishes and I’m telling you, these boxes keep getting better and better. I may say that every single unboxing but holy smokes! This month was spectacular. Included in the April Fairyloot  was a stunning mug designed by the uber talented Risa Rodil with the very appropriate (if… Read More »

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Bookshelf Tour

Bookshelf Tour

I have been fitting more and more books into my single bookshelf for about 3 months now. I could tell that the planks of my cheap Ikea Billy bookcase weren’t going to support the weight of all books anymore and figured it was about time to get a second shelf. So I travelled to Ikea… Read More »

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Hauling All The Books

Hauling All The Books

I have an obsession with watching book hauls on youtube. They are my crack cocaine. So I thought I’d do one myself. Now bare with me, because I’m not totally sure how to do this in text form. This book haul consists of purchases from January-March. HERE WE GOOOOOOOO.            … Read More »

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The Bone Sparrow Review

The Bone Sparrow Review

This review is spoiler free I was walking through Waterstones and came across a book called The Bone Sparrow. I had never heard about it before, but when I read the synopsis on the back of the book, I was sold. This book is about a young boy named Subhi who is born in an Australia… Read More »

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Wintersong by S. Jae-Jones Review

Wintersong by S. Jae-Jones Review

Wintersong by S. Jae-Jones, my first 5 star book of the year. For me it means a lot to rate a book 5 stars, because I rarely do. This book was incredible in so many ways. Most of the times I take of half a star or even a whole star when I don’t like… Read More »

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25 Bookish Facts About Me

25 Bookish Facts About Me

Today I’m going to share 25 bookish facts about me with you, so that maybe you can get to know me a bit better! Let’s jump right into the post. English isn’t my first language, Dutch is. The first English book I ever read was A Game Of Thrones by George R R Martin. I currently… Read More »

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