Here we go back with my seasonal recommendations! During summer I wrote three recommendations posts, one with contemporary books, another one with fantasy novels and a last one with classics. I decided to go with moods for Autumn as we all have a different one at this time of the year: those who want to get cosy, those who want to get spooked and those who want to study all day every day.
Without further ado, here are three books to read this Autumn if you are in a cosy mood!
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As a white straight (though on the ace spectrum) cisgender woman, I always felt represented in literature. Growing up on the Internet I soon understood that it wasn’t the case for many, many people. Ever since I started my own book blog and bookstagram I’ve been trying to present tons of diverse books so people can see themselves in it. I also try to let those people speak for themselves, as I did two years ago with a blog post in which readers part of the LGBTQIA+ community recommended some books. (I wouldn’t want to make it all about me and to erase anyone, I only want to promote others voices as I can.)
Today I decided to highlight five diverse books which I believe are perfect reads for this Autumn, all with aesthetics!
(All pictures come from Pinterest.)
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It has been hard for me this year to find new favourites. As time passes I become more and more critical when it comes to books. That’s why I wanted to honour some of my last 5 stars reads on this blog post, to maybe make you want to pick them up too. Some I gave five stars because they blew my mind, some because they entertained me until the end, others even because they made me cry and feel represented…
So here we go for my last 5 stars reads, but in aesthetics!
Warning: None of those pictures are mine, I found them all on Pinterest. I apologize for not having found who took them originally.
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It’s back to school season! Though I know it’s not everyone’s favourite or that not all of you are actually going to school anymore, I still wanted to present you some books I think would be great for September.
So without further ado here are five books to take with you on your first day back to school!
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And just like that it’s the end of those summer recommendations! I am now going missing until September because I’m currently in Corsica, relaxing and working on some things for my new job. I can’t wait to be back to you!
For now, let’s jump into some classics to read this summer!
Continue reading Five books to read during summer | Part 3, classics ⛱
Before jumping onto this blog post I wanted to take the time to thank Marie and Alexandra who both nominated me for some Book Blogger Awards categories! It feels surreal to have people enjoying what I’m doing here, I truly find myself a new passion next to Instagram with this blog and I’m incredibly happy to see that you all seem to enjoy it too. So a big thank you to everyone and to those two amazing bloggers!
Now, let’s jump right in into the second part of my summer recommendations and let’s talk fantasy!
Continue reading Five (actually four) books to read during summer | Part 2, fantasy novels ☀️
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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