April will be here tomorrow, and so will be the OWLs Magical Readathon 2020! If you don’t know, last year I joined this readathon and had the most fun. It was absolutely amazing and I rocked it, becoming successfully a portioneer. If you want to go back to my Magical Readathon 2019 journey, here are my wrap-ups for the OWLs and the NEWTs.
Anyway, let’s talk about my TBR for the OWLs Magical Readathon 2020!
Continue reading O.W.L.’s Magical Readathon 2020: my TBR 📚🔮
Last year I started a new blog post series which is all about matching covers with seasons, not because of what is on them but because of their colours. I already did it for Autumn and for Winter.
Today I am back to it, ready to match book covers with Spring! And because Spring means everything delicate and flowers starting to bloom for me, here are some of my favourite pastel covers.
Continue reading Seasons & Books | My favourite pastel covers 🌸🌿
It’s been a while since I last talked about my reading habits. Last year I was writing about my favourite places to read, for example, and I adored writing this blog post. So I decided to talk more about those little things, like I did when I wrote how I track my reading, because we are all different when it comes to reading: some will read with bookmarks, some read without the dust jacket of their books, some love to read on their bed and some can’t read with music in their ears.
So, to start this series of blog posts about reading habits, today I’m going to talk about my reading routine at home!
Continue reading My reading routine at home 👩💻📗
In February I watched a few movies and a small number of tv shows’ episodes. I simply didn’t have the time to dedicate to it, which makes a tad sad because I need to catch up on a lot of my tv shows and there are still so many movies I want to watch. Well, now that we’re in lockdown I’ll probably have the time to do it all, right?
Anyway, here is everything I watched in February!
Continue reading What I watched in February 🖥✨
The world is a scary place, and I am now working from home. That allows me to have more time for reading, but also for blogging. I know I was a bit absent for the past few weeks but I’m now back, and I hope to write a lot of blog posts ahead of their scheduling date.
Today I am here to tell you all about those three Star Wars books I want to read right now, as it was part of my 2020 bookish resolutions to read more Star Wars novels!
Continue reading Three Star Wars books I want to read right now 💫📚
February has been, yet again, an amazing month. It wasn’t filled with many book blogger opportunities like January but it’s been filled with friends, events, books and more. I had the best of time and didn’t see the days pass by. I’m also proud to say that I’ve been depression and anxiety free ever since October of 2019 and living a healthy life with a healthy brain is everything. I’m incredibly proud of myself and I feel like a new person.
Basically despite the world dying and going crazy, I am living my best life this 2020.
So who’s ready for my February wrap-up?
Continue reading February wrap-up, favourites and others 💓
If you don’t know, I am a huge Shadowhunter fan and have been for a huge part of my life. The Mortal Instruments series isn’t necessarily my favourite but The Infernal Devices and The Dark Artifices ones are, so I have a lot of love for this world and all it brought me.
Over the years a lot of people have told me they wanted to start this huge series but there were too many series inside of it, and therefor they didn’t know where to start. I once filmed a video about it but I thought it could help more people if it was written.
So, in honor of Chain of Gold being finally released today, here are all the ways to read the Shadowhunter Chronicles!
Continue reading How to read the Shadowhunter Chronicles ➰📚