If you don’t know, Dracula by Bram Stoker is one of my favourite books of all time, which is kinda funny as I hated it when I first read it (I was 12 years old and had to read an abridged version for school). But it all changed when I had to read it for university, the whole text this time. I fell in love with it and then have been re-reading it quite a few times over the years. Obviously, I have to re-read it this October and surprisingly a lot of people told me they wanted to join me.
That’s why I’m officially launching a Dracula readalong for October, called “A Vampire at Notre-Dame”.
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A few days ago, Olivia @ Liv’s Library, Desi @ Pastel Pages and Mackenzie @ Mackenzie Lane announced that they were hosting a two weeks long Gilmore Girls readathon. I’ve been loving this tv show for years now (the joke is that after watching it for more than five years I still haven’t finished it, but I’m finally eight episodes away from the end) and have been meaning to do another fun readathon after loving way too much the Magical Readathon 2019.
On this post I’ll tell you all about my TBR for it but also all the fun activities I planned next to it!
Continue reading Gilmoreathon: My TBR and others ☕️
TW// mentions of suicide in the introduction
When it comes to mental health, I have only been honest around here. If you have been reading me for a while you may then know that I tried to commit suicide several times in my life. If I talk about it so freely online, it’s only because I wish I would have found others talking about it when I was younger and when I was feeling alone. Well, as it is Suicide Prevention Month, I thought it was only normal to dedicate a blog post to it.
I didn’t want to trigger anyone with this blog post so instead of recommending books which dealt with suicide (I can never read those books, so that’s why I avoided it) I decided to recommend five books which will hopefully make you feel less alone and maybe bring you hope.
Continue reading Suicide Prevention Month | Five books which will make you feel less alone 💛
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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If you don’t know, this year I participated in the second part of the Magical Readathon, which was called the N.E.W.T.s Readathon. I participated in the first part back in April and totally rocked it! Well, I had just as much fun with this second part in August and it helped me find my love reading again.
Without further ado, here’s my wrap-up of the N.E.W.T.s Readathon 2019!
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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 ⛱