I missed the opportunity to present a little reading summer guide last year, so here it is. In this series I will present you five books from three different genres which I believe are great for summer (contemporary, fantasy and classics).
So here is the first part of this series: let me present you five contemporary reads for the summer!
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I have never been the kind of girl to love summer. As a baby I used to be terrified of water (my parents told me it was impossible to make me take a bath and that I would scream even when they went into the sea) and then I started to dislike the heat as a teenager. Eventually I started being okay with everything that made summer: the heat, the sea, mostly ice creams and more. For once I actually am excited about it and to enjoy every second of it! And to do so I obviously made myself a small TBR.
So here are five books I want to read this summer! ☀🌊🍦
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June has been intense. I had to study non-stop for my competition to become a literature teacher (I’ll have the results this week and I am terrified) (I JUST GOT THE NEWS AND I PASSED!!! I AM A LITERATURE TEACHER!!!) and that’s mostly all I did. I stopped watching tv shows because of it, I haven’t read a lot – I just studied and tried to calm my anxiety and depression. I did go out a few times but that was it.
I’m really glad that this month is over because it has been so challenging and I hope that July will be full of good news! No matter what, July means the release of Spider-Man: Far From Home, of the third season of Stranger Things and my departure to London for YALC 2019!
So let’s finally wrap-up June! 🌞
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I am so excited to be writing this blog post because it’s one of my favourites to post every year. In 2017 I did the tag on YouTube, but last year I did it here and I’m now obsessed with the idea of having blog posts to re-read to be able to see when certain books came into my life.
So without further ado, let’s dive right into the Mid Year Freak Out Book Tag, created by Chami and Ely!
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This weekend I will take the oral exams of my competition to become a literature teacher. I am awfully nervous and my depression has really suffered from it. Because of it, I haven’t been able to focus enough to create content for here. I decided to take a quick break but I will be back from posting in July! I’ll miss you all. 💗
All the love,
June is Pride Month, so it made sense that I would have to write a little bookish blog post related to it!
Though I do not identify as part of the LGBTQIA+ community (I am demisexual/asexual and though there are a lot of thoughts on our place in the community I never felt as if I belonged to it) I still believe it’s important to talk about it, especially during June.
Last year I let people from the community talks for themselves and recommend some books to which they identify. This year I decided to share with you all five books I loved which has a character from the LGBTQIA+ community.
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A few days ago the amazing Lauren @ Twenty-Seven Letters nominated me for the Versatile Blogger Award. I am always so happy to see people tagging me in their blog posts (like what, people actually think of me and read what I write?!), so thank you so much Lauren for this nomination – it truly means a lot! 💗
If you don’t know the rules of the award, here they are:
- Thank the person who nominated you
- Leave a link to their blog
- Tell us 7 things about yourself
- Nominate 15 bloggers you’ve discovered recently or follow regularly
Let’s jump right into it!
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